At the Library for August 7th, 2019


At the Library for August 7th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/08/06

    ‘The Master Plan’ is Chris Wilson’s story of how—after being sentenced to life in prison—he was able to convince a judge to give him a second chance.  


At the Library for July 30th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/07/29

    Terry Gainer charts his life growing up and then growing old at the Banff Railway Station in his new book ‘When Trains Ruled The Rockies.’   Claire Eamer


At the Library for July 23rd, 2019

Last Updated 2019/07/22

    Keith G. Powell tells the fascinating story of Jimmy Peever–Kimberley’s famed one-armed goalie and baseball player–in his brand new novel ‘In the Shadow of Elephants.’   David Hockey


At the Library for July 16th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/07/15

    Jeff Guinn examines the summer road trips taken by Henry Ford and Thomas Edison in his latest book ‘The Vagabonds.’   Van Ho tells her story about being


At the Library for July 9th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/07/08

    Psychologist Lisa Damour’s ‘Under Pressure’ examines the unique stresses teenage girls continue to face in today’s world, and what parents can do to help them through these challenges.


At the Library for July 2nd, 2019

Last Updated 2019/06/30

    David R. Gillham imagines what life have been like for Anne Frank had she lived in his latest novel ‘Annelies.’   Shelley Hrdlitschka documents the life and adventures


At the Library for June 25th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/06/24

    Ian Frisch describes the experience of joining an underground and secretive group of international magicians in his latest book ‘Magic is Dead.’   Ann Eriksson urges young readers


At the Library for June 18th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/06/17

    Barry Strauss looks at the 4 centuries of the Roman Empire through ten of its leaders in his latest book ‘Ten Caesars.’   Hugo invites a tribe of


At the Library for June 11th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/06/10

    Dennis Glover’s ‘The Last Man in Europe’ examines George Orwell’s race against time (he was dying of tuberculosis) to finish his last novel—‘1984.’   Seymour Simon’s ‘Elephants’ explains


At the Library for June 4th, 2019

Last Updated 2019/06/03

    Derek Hayes charts the development of the British Columbia via its railroads in his latest work ‘Iron Road West.’   Jack Challoner’s ‘Stem Lab’ presents kids with 25