At the Library for December 18th, 2018


At the Library for December 18th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/12/17

    Kim Brooks describes her experience about being convicted of a crime after leaving her child in her car when she ran into a store in ‘Small Animals.’  


At the Library for December 11th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/12/10

      In ‘Beau Dick,’ Justin Barski examines eighty  works by one of our country’s finest artists in Kwakwaka’wakw tradition.   Anna Humphrey’s ‘Megabat” is the humorous tale of


At the Library for December 4th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/12/03

    Many decades ago, a Cranbrook resident demanded that the Cranbrook Library remove Mel Frank’s ‘Marijuana Grower’s Guide,’ from its collection, feeling it was not appropriate library material.  After


At the Library for November 27th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/11/26

    In 1973 a married British couple traveled by bus, train, boat, and rickshaw across Europe and Asia, eventually arriving in Australia. So many people wanted to hear about


At the Library for November 20th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/11/19

    What was so special about ancient Egypt that women could rise to the highest political office in a male dominated society?  Karen Cooney examines this question by examining


At the Library for November 13th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/11/12

    A forester shares his favourite stories with incredible photography in Peter Wohlleben’s ‘The Hidden Life of Trees.’   Sent to a camp to train how to be a


At the Library for November 6th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/11/05

    Cranbrook’s Dave Butler returns with the second part of his Jenny Willson mysteries—‘No Place for Wolverines.’ Winner of the 2018 Arthur Ellis Award for Best First Crime Novel,


At the Library for October 23rd, 2018

Last Updated 2018/10/22

    Kevin Kwan’s humour and satirical trilogy is new this week, which began with ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and ends with ‘Rich People Problems.’   J.R.R. Tolkien’s ‘The Story of


At the Library for October 16th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/10/15

  Long time Kimberley resident and school principal Don Davies spent his retirement hiking, biking and exploring both locally and abroad. He cycled from New York to Alaska, and pedaled


At the Library for October 9th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/10/07

    The ups and downs of minor hockey are tackled from mother’s point of view in ‘Home Ice’—written by Kootenay local Angie Abdou.   A young cosplayer is transported