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North Shore Library News: Jan. 24

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North Shore Library News: Jan. 24
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SILVER BAY PUBLIC LIBRARY NEWS

Winter reading is here! Kids, join Friday Fundays at the library at 11 a.m. You never know what might be happening. Roast marshmallows, drink hot chocolate, tell stories, do arts and crafts and have other adventures throughout the winter months. Bring your friends! Don’t forget to sign up for the winter reading program, “Snow Time to Read.” Each week that you have read, you’ll be able to come to the library and spin the wheel to win a prize. Upcoming events include:

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Sled dogs of winter, snow-fun activities, Valentine creations, games and puzzles galore, animals in winter, a Dr. Seuss birthday party and more!

New fiction for young readers:

• Carpet People by Terry Pratchett

• Chasing the moon by Carolyn Boehlke

• Cinder: A Chicken Cinderella by Jan Brett

• Fancy Nancy: Just my luck by Jane O’Conner

• Flight of the red bandit by Geronimo Stilton

• High time for heroes by Mary Pope Osborne

• I Even Funnier by James Patterson

• Invasion by Walter Dean Myers

• Mustache baby by Bridget Heos

• National Geographic Kids Almanac 2014

• Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses by James Dean

• Saige, An American Girl by Jesse Haas

• What We Lost in the Dark by Jacquelyn Mitchard

Two Harbors Public Library News

New Art in the Library

Our new artwork is officially in! Yes, you read that right. Almost a year to the day after the programming committee of the library board officially decided upon Tonja Sell and Nancy Miller's proposal for the Legacy art project, it has been installed at the library. The location is upstairs in the original Carnegie portion of the library, just above the fireplace. And we aren’t talking about tiny, little project, either - the person portrayed in the center is almost life-size! You’ll have to come to the library and see it to believe it.

For more about library events, see the web sites www.silverbay.com/library.htm and www.twoharborspubliclibrary.com

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