“Let’s Talk About It,” a book group sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council, will have its first meeting on Wednesday, February 14, at 6 p.m. If you are interested in joining, they still have a few openings.
The library has several new additions to the book shelves.
In the children’s area we have:
My Journey to the Stars, by Scott Kelly;
They All Saw a Cat, by Brendan Wenzel.
Earmuffs for Everyone (How Chester Greenwood became known as the Inventor of Earmuffs), by Meghan McCarthy.
For the Adults:
We Band of Angels (The story of the American women trapped on Bataan), by Elizabeth Norman
Quakeland (On the Road to America’s next devastating earthquake), by Kathryn Miles.
Tom Clancy’s Duty & Honor (a Jack Ryan, Jr. novel), by Grant Blackwook.
Like Melvin, by Jonathan Yars (Jonathan Yars is a pen name for Albion’s own Kyle Keenan)
AUDIO: Destiny of the Republic (a tale of Madness, Medicine and the murder of a President).
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