Library news: Sept. 9
By: News-Chronicle, Lake County News Chronicle
The Two Harbors Public Library patio was installed in 2010 and has become a popular spot to sit outside reading, visiting, or using the library’s wireless Internet access.
The patio features engraved pavers with messages honoring or in memory of people. They make interesting reading themselves. Another group of pavers will be added this fall, replacing some of the blank bricks.
Messages can be selected by anyone donating $100 or more to the library. The deadline for inclusion in this year’s group of pavers is Sept. 30. Contact library staff for additional information, 834-3148.
Donate a book
The Friends of the Library are looking for donations of gently used books for their annual book sale at the Two Harbors Public Library, which will be Sept. 16-17. The Friends will accept all categories of books, fiction and nonfiction, as well as movies and CDs. Donations can be dropped off at the library.
On the shelves
Fiction: “ I Gave My Heart to Know This” Ellen Baker, “Quinn” Iris Johansen, “Before I Go To Sleep” S.J. Watson, & “Then Came You” Jennifer Weiner
Nonfiction: “A Stolen Life” Jaycee Dugard & “61 Gems on Highway 61” Kathryn Mayo.
Juvenile: “Matched” Ally Condie (YA) & “Back to School, Splat!” Rob Scotton
New Adult Fiction: “Unsaid” Neil Abramson, “The Tale of Castle Cottage: The Cottage Tales of Beatrix Potter” Susan Wittig Albert, “Only Time Will Tell” Jeffrey Archer, “I Gave My Heart to Know This” Ellen Baker, “The Race” Clive Cussler, “Heartwishes” Jude Deveraux, “Dark Predator” Christine Feehan, “The Omen Machine: A Richard & Kahlan Novel” Terry Goodkind, “Victory & Honor” W.E.B. Griffin, “Flowering Judas” Jane Haddam, “The Woodcutter” Reginald Hill, “The Hypnotist” Lars Kepler, “Northwest Angle” William Kent Krueger, “The Mercy” Beverly Lewis, “Sister” Rosamund Lupton, “The Borrower” Rebecca Makkai, “What Alice Forgot” Liane Moriarty, “Kill Me If You Can” James Patterson and Marshall Karp, “Acceptable Loss: A William Monk Novel” Anne Perry, “Cold Vengeance” Douglas Preston & Lee Child, “Flesh and Bones” Kathy Reichs, “The Kid” Sapphire, “The Lotus Eaters” Tatjana Soli, “Full Black” Brad Thor, “The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making” Catherine M. Valente, “Before I Go To Sleep” S.J. Watson, “Then Came You” Jennifer Weiner, “Beach Lane” Sherryl Woods.
New Adult Non-Fiction: “Arms and Armor” Michele Byam, “A Stolen Life” Jaycee Dugard, “Killer Stuff & Tons of Money: Seeking History & Hidden Gems in Flea-Market America” Maureen Stanton, “Agates of Lake Superior: Stunning Varieties and How They Are Formed” Dan R. Lynch and Bob Lynch—Local Author!, “Adventures Among Ants: A Global Safari With a Cast of Trillions” Mark W. Moffett, “My Child Is Sick!: Expert Advice for Managing Common Illnesses & Injuries” Barton D. Schmitt, “The Best Advice I Ever Got” Katie Couric, “Where Memories Dream: Campfire Stories for the Boundary Waters” Steven Coz, “Back on the Farm” Eric Bergeson, “Russia Lonely Planet)”, “61 Gems on Highway 61” Kathryn Mayo, “Aztec, Inca, & Maya” Elizabeth Baquedano.
For young adults
“Thirteen Reasons Why” Jay Asher, “Happy Hippo, Angry Duck” Sandra Boynton, “Missing on Superstition Mountain”Elise Broachm, “Matched” Ally Condie, “The Maze Runner” James Dashner, “The Heart of Glass” Vivian French. Tales From the Five Kingdoms, Book 3, “Simpsons Treehouse of Horror: From Beyond the Grave” Matt Groening, “Torn: The Missing: Book 4” Margaret Peterson Haddix, “Judy Moody, Girl Detective” Megan McDonald, “Bear With Me” Max Kornell, “Blood Tiesk” Mari Mancusi, “Unwanteds” Lisa McMann, “Tia Isa Wants a Car” Meg Medina, “Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life” James Patterson, “Aggie Gets Lost” Lori Ries, “Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site” Sherri Duskey Rinker & Tom Lichtenheld, “Blackout” John Rocco, “Back to School, Splat!” Rob Scotton, “Splish, Splash, Splat!” Rob Scotton, “Cleopatra’s Moon” Vicky Alvear Shecter, “Mirror, Mirror: A Book of Reversible Verse” Marilyn Singer, “Friends: True Stories of Extraordinary Animal Friendships” Catherine Thimmesh, “Book of Elsewhere: Spellbound” Jacqueline West.