At the Library for July 17th, 2018
A woman’s life goes off track when she decides to care for her son’s ex-girlfriend and her young daughter in Anne Tyler’s ‘Clock Dance.’
Dawn Huebner’s ‘Outsmarting Worry’ helps pre-teens identify and cope with anxiety issues common to their age.
It’s here! It has arrived! Registration for the Summer Reading Club is currently in full swing. Registration is ongoing all summer, so come on down and sign up for your reading log and kit. There are tons of prizes and activities this year. Please check out website, Facebook page, or call 250-426-4063 for more information. There are also reading clubs for teens and adults.
Our Summer Reading Club prevents the dreaded “summer slide”—a state when kids who stop reading over the summer begin to lose some of what they have learned in school. With our reading logs, free events, and hands on learning, the Library aims to provide each young person a fun reason to keep reading, and to read what they like best. The program also helps reluctant readers, and is a perfect excuse for family time.
PRONUNCIATOR is the Library’s brand new language learning app. Learn one of 80 languages for free with your library card. Pronunicator can be used on your smartphone, tablet or computer. Users have access to live courses, self paced learning modules, special interest modules, citizenship preparation and more! All you need is your library card to get started. It can be accessed via our website: https://www.cranbrookpubliclibrary.ca/
LIBBY is the Library’s brand new reading app which finally makes it easy to check out thousands of e-books and e-audiobooks. Simply download the app from here: https://meet.libbyapp.com/. Then simply choose the Cranbrook Library, enter your library card, and that is it. No more passwords, phone numbers, extra software, or different website to navigate through. LIBBY is awesome!
Our website with all kinds of great information and links can be found at: www.cranbrookpubliclibrary.ca
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On display this month is the Mirror of Development, a comparison of the cities of Kimberley and Rossland, by the Columbia Basin Institute for Regional History.
ADULT NEWLY ACQUIRED ITEMS:
The Art of Creative Watercolor – Danielle Donaldson (751.422)
Drawing Calm – Susan Evenson (701.15)
Clock Dance – Anne Tyler (fic)
The Good Fight – Danielle Steel (fic)
The Tuscan Child – Rhys Bowen (fic)
All the Money in the World (DVD)
The Wild West (DVD)
Black Panther (DVD)
The Missing: Season 1 & 2 (DVD)
Call the Midwife: Season 7 (DVD)
YOUNG ADULT & CHILDREN’S NEWLY ACQUIRED ITEMS:
How Does My Home Work – Chris Butterworth (j 621.042)
Say Cheese – Ricki Carroll (j 637.3)
Curiosity: The Story of the Mars Rover – Markus Motum (j 629.395)
Outsmarting Worry – Dawn Huebner (j 155.412)
My Journey to the Stars – Scott Kelly (j bio)
The Boss Baby (j DVD)