At the Library for July 18th, 2017

Updated 2017/07/17

Two new books this week help readers try and understand the past. In ‘Built on Bones’ archaeologist Brenna Hassett looks at our fifteen thousand-year development from simple dwellings to our current mega-cities. Similar in tone is Beebe Bahrami’s ‘Café Neandertal’—a look at the current archaeological puzzle of just who the Neanderthals were, and what their disappearance means to humanity.

Registration for the Summer Reading Club is ongoing all summer–kids can register then and receive their kits for the club. Please check out our website, Facebook page, or call 250-426-4063 Ext: 106 for more information. This is going to be the best Summer Club yet.

The Library also has an adult reading club in full swing as well. Come on down and register anytime—there are lots of prizes to be won this year.

FREE one-on-one tech training session for those of you who want to enhance your current computing skills. We cover many topics including Basic Tablet usage, Basic Computer usage, Windows 10 training, Window 8 + 8.1 training, Window 7 training, Microsoft Suit training, Library E book training, and much more. To register, please contact the Library at (250) 426-4063, or sign up at the front desk.

On display this month are the amazing watercolour paintings by Henry Chadwick.

Our website is up and running at: www.cranbrookpubliclibrary.ca

The Cranbrook Public Library Endowment Fund gives people an opportunity to create a meaningful legacy, to build a strong foundation in the present for the future of the Library. For more information about how you can contribute, please visit:

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ADULT NEWLY ACQUIRED ITEMS:

MacOS Sierra for Seniors: Studio Visual Steps (005.466)
The International Collection: Home Cooked Meals from Around the World (641.59)
Camping British Columbia, The Rockies and Yukon – Jayne Seagrave (796.5409711)
You Gotta Go Here! – John Catucci (917.10474)
Artisanal Preserves – Madeleine Bullwinkel (641.852)
Rest, Play, Grow: Making Sense of Preschoolers – Deborah MacNamara (155.4)
Otolith – Emily Nilsen (819.16)
Chilcotin Chronicles – Sage Birchwater (971.175)
The Nordic Way – Arne Astrup (641.5948)
The Card Catalog: Books, Cards, and Literary Treasures (025.313)
The Creative Spark – Agustin Fuentes (153.3)
Life on the Ground Floor – James Jaskalyk (362.18)
Built on Bones – Brenna Hassett (307.7609)
Calculus for Dummies – Mark Ryan (515)
Chemistry for Dummies – John T. Moore (540)
Mixed Blessings: Indigenous Encounters with Christianity in Canada (266.00899)
North to Bondage: Loyalist Slavery in the Maritimes – Harvey Amani Whitfield (306.36209)
How to Be a Bawse – Lilly Singh (650.1)
Greening Your Cottage or Vacation Property – Joan Bartley (650)
Café Neandertal – Beebe Bahrami (569.986)
Letterman – Jason Zinoman (bio)
I Can’t Make This Up – Kevin Hart (bio)
Dragon Teeth – Michael Crichton (fic) (CD audio)
House of Spies – Daniel Silva (fic) (CD audio)
The Essex Serpent – Sarah Perry (fic) (large print)
Just Like Family — Kate Hilton (fic)
The Simplicity of Cider – Amy E. Reichert (fic)
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor Jenkins Reid (fic)
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail Honeyman (fic)
The Beloved Hope Chest – Amy Clipston (fic)
Fates and Traitors – Jennifer Chiaverini (fic)
Love Story – Karen Kingsbury (fic)
Every Last Lie – Mary Kubica (mys)
The Child – Fiona Barton (mys)
Fierce Kingdom – Gin Phillips (mys)
Midsomer Murders: Series 19 (DVD)

YOUNG ADULT & CHILDREN’S NEWLY ACQUIRED ITEMS:

The Global Community – Daniel E. Harmon (ya 382)
The Boy at the Top of the Mountain – John Boyne (ya fic)
Go for Liftoff: How to Train Like an Astronaut – Dave Williams (j 629.4507)
Daily Life in New France – Anitra Budd (j 871.01)
Road to Upper and Lower Canada – Janet Slingerland (j 971.018)
Aquarium – Lance Jepson (j 639.34)
Puppies – Julia Barnes (j 636.707)