Library News: April 30New items at Silver Bay Public Library, Author presentation
New items at Silver Bay Public Library:
“Shotguns and Shooting,” Michel McIntosh; “Bedtime at the Swamp,” Kristyn Crow; “Holly’s Halloween,” Alison Heller; “Complete Book of Papercraft,” Lynne Garner; “Cool Stuff 2.0,” Chris Woodruff; “Lucid Intervals,” Stuart Woods; “Double Comfort Safari Club,” Alexander McCall Smith; “Haunted Waters,” Jerry Jenkins; “100 Artisan Textiles,” Sandra Salamony; “Starting up on Your Own,” Mike Johnson; “Complete Worst-Case Scenario Survival handbook: Man Skills,” Joshua Piven; “Who Pooped in the Black Hills,” Gary Butterfield Robson; “Sasha & Malia Obama,” Sarah Tieck; “The Shuttle,” David Baker; “Running on the Cracks,” Julia Donaldson; “Men and Dogs,” Katie Crouch; “International Space Station,” David Baker; “If I Were an Astronaut,” Eric Brown.
“Amelia,” “Blind Side,” “Hurt locker,” “Other side of Heaven,” “Express,” “Flow”
Story Time will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 28 at the Silver Bay Public Library. For more information, contact the library at (218) 226-4331.
Stephen Dahl, author of “Knife Island - Circling a Year in a Herring Skiff” will be at the Two Harbors Public Library to talk about his book, fishing, and his hobby of making harps at 6:30 p.m. May 10.
Dahl’s earlier years include work in Norway, a year of study in Denmark and graduate work in Scandinavian literature and languages at the University of Minnesota.
He has commercially fished in Alaska and, for the last 24 years, the North Shore of Lake Superior.
This Friends of the Library program is free.