Heart of America Library News
Remember to vote! If you have not gotten your mail-in-ballot, fill out the form you received in the mail or stop by the Auditor’s Office at the Pierce County Courthouse. With proper identification, you can pick up the ballot.
The Adult Book Group is meeting on October 6 at 10 AM in the West Room. The selection is “Lab Girl” by Hope Jahren.
Story Hour will be held on two Fridays, October 9 and 30 at 10:15 AM in the Miss Marlys Room, Heart of America Library. Be sure to call and let us know if your children will be attending, as numbers are limited.
The America Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary are sponsoring the American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Contest. The contest is open to secondary school students in Grades 9-12 and offers the opportunity to win scholarship monies at local, district and national levels. Students can enter each year that they meet the grade level requirement. If you are interested, contact John Gustafson, the Oratorical Contest Chairperson, at 701-681-9329.
The young people seemed to be the place we were concentrating this week in the new book department.
The non-fiction young people section has some new titles, “What’s the Big Deal About Elections” by Ruby Shamir; “I Voted: Making a Choice Makes a Difference” by Mark Shulman; “One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote” by Bonnie Worth; and “Right this Very Minute: a table-to-farm book about food and farming” by Lisl H. Detlefsen.
New young people biographies are “Shirley Chisholm is a Verb” by Veronica Chambers; “Immigrant Architect” by Berta de Miguel; and “Who Was Mister Rogers” by Diane Bailey and “Hello, Neighbor” by Matthew Cordell, two books about Mr. Rogers, the America television personality, musician, puppeteer, writer, producer and Presbyterian minister.
New junior easy books are “Federico and the Wolf” by Rebecca J. Gomez; “Red: a crayon’s story” by Michael Hall; “The Invisible Boy” by Trudy Ludwig; “Ronan the Librarian” by Tara Luebbe; “Zero” by Kathrun Otoshi; and “Knot Cannot” by Tiffany Stone. Some of them are for fun and some have a message.
Junior fiction titles new to us are “Eight Princesses and a Magic Mirror” by Natasha Farrant; “A Place at the Table” by Saadia Faruqi; “Oathkeeper” by Erin Hunter, number six in the Bravelands Series; “Music for Tigers” by Michelle Kadarusman; and “Dog Man” Grime and Punishment” by Dav Pilkey, another in the popular Dog Man series.
New magazines this week are People, Better Homes & Gardens, Guideposts, Martha Stewart Living, National Geographic, Real Simple, Birds & Blooms, Country Woman, Farm & Ranch Living, Taste of Home and Cycle World.
The next meeting of the Heart of America Library Board of Trustees will be on Monday, November 9, 2020 at 9 a.m. in the West Room, Heart of America Library.
We have free wifi access, 2 public computers, copy machines and also a fax machine for use by our patrons. Copies are 25 cents for black and white and 60 cents for color. It costs $1 per page to fax.
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