January at the Library
Saturday Storytime for Families with Young Children
Weekly Storytime on Saturdays, January 6, 13, 20 and 27 at 10:30 a.m.
Book Talk and Signing with Peggy Hart on Wednesday, January 24 @ 7 p.m.
Local weaver and author Peggy Hart (www.blanketweave.com) will discuss her new book Wool: Unraveling an American Story of Artisans and Innovation at the Library on Wednesday evening January 24 at 7 p.m. Signed copies of the book will be available for purchase.
Hart’s book Wool is the story of technological and social change, marketing forces, and our choices as consumers. Keeping Americans warm for four centuries, wool has been an essential commodity from colonial times to the present. Its colorful and epic tale has impacted millions of lives, including artisans, inventors, immigrants, merchants, mill owners, millworkers, farmers, slaves and Native Americans.
To all local and regional residents who used the library in 2017! Our profound thanks to you all who continue to keep the library an active, busy community information center and meeting place!
To read stories to children on Saturday mornings.
To facilitate programs or book discussions in the winter or spring with youth or adults.
Library Exhibit: The Library is actively seeking exhibits for January, February, March and April so please consider displaying your collections (of anything) for the community!
New Selections at the Library
Youth Fiction and Fact
Snow and Rose by Emily Winfield Martin (Fairy Tale/Fantasy)
The Boy and the Whale by Mordicai Gerstein (Picture Book)
Lines by Suzy Lee (Picture Book))
William’s Winter Nap by Linda Ashman (Picture Book)
Auntie Poldi and the Sicilian Lions by Mario Giordano (Mystery)
Beau Death by Peter Lovesey (Mystery)
Bryant and May: Wild Chamber by Christopher Fowler (Mystery)
Dark Dawn over Steep House by M.R.C. Kasasian (Gower St Mystery #5)
The Demon Crown by James Rollins (Sigma Force Suspense)
Final Demand by Deborah Maggoch (Psychological fiction)
The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden (Fantasy/Russia)
Ghost of Christmas Past by Rhys Bowen (Mystery)
Insidious Intent by Val McDermid (Suspense)
Little Broken Things by Nicole Baart (Psychological suspense)
The Power by Naomi Alderman (Speculative dystopian fiction)
The Velveteen Daughter by Laurel Davis Huber (Historical fiction)
Bears in the Streets: three journeys across a changing Russia by Lisa Dickey
The Doomsday Machine: confessions of a nuclear war planner by Daniel Ellsberg
The Essential Instant Pot Cookbook by Coco Morante
Prairie Fires: the American dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Caroline Fraser
This is the Place: women writing about home edited by Margot Kahn
Wool: unraveling an American story of artisans and innovation by Peggy Hart
Despicable Me 3 (Animation)
Doc Martin, Series 8 (BBC)
Dunkirk (Mark Rylance)
Kingsman 2: the Golden Circle (Colin Firth)
The Limehouse Golem (Bill Nighy & Olivia Cooke)
Stronger (Jake Gyllenhaal as Jeff Bauman; 2013 Boston Marathon)
Tulip Fever (Alicia Vikander)
Victoria & Abdul (Judi Dench)