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At the Library for October 2, 2018

At the Library for October 2, 2018

Last Updated 2018/10/01

    After her plans to live in Africa fall through, a young journalist moves to Yellowknife only to encounter subarctic temperatures, wild animals, and place to call home in

At the Library for September 25th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/09/24

        Alan Stern’s ‘Chasing New Horizons’ is the behind the scenes look of the New Horizon Probe which Nasa launched towards Pluto twelve years ago.   Joseph

At the Library for September 18th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/09/17

Phillip K. Dick looks at what the world would look like had German and Japan won World War Two in his highly acclaimed novel ‘The Man in the High Castle.’

At the Library for September 11th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/09/10

Near-death experiences, cougar attacks, and heart-stopping kayak adventures help tell the story of Joanne Streetly’s life on Vancouver Island in ‘Wild Fierce Life.’ Jane Yolen explains to younger readers the

At the Library for September 4th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/09/04

In ‘Changing Tides’ Kotaro Hayashi presents the personal stories of Japanese-Canadian fisherman and their families who called BC their home before, during and after World War Two. Kari Jones explains

At the Library for August 28th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/08/27

A young German woman hired to be Hitler’s food taster in his mountain retreat plots against him in V.S. Alexander’s ‘The Taster.’ A crow and a tree help out their

At the Library for August 21, 2018

Last Updated 2018/08/19

Squamish resident Jan Redford tells of her life as a nomadic rock climber, a mother, and a woman who risks all to win her future back in ‘End of the

At the Library for August 14, 2018

Last Updated 2018/08/13

After hearing about Yemen’s astonishing history of coffee making, a young American travels there hoping to learn their practice and bring it back to the States. Yet civil war breaks

At the Library for August 7th, 2018

Last Updated 2018/08/05

Your husband crosses the line in his flirtations with another woman at a dinner party. When you confront him, he asks you to stop being insecure and controlling. After a

At the Library for July 31st, 2018

Last Updated 2018/07/30

Cynthia Kane offers suggestions rooted in Buddhist thought and mindfulness for help in eliminating negative self-talk in her latest book ‘Talk to Yourself Like a Buddhist.’ Abby and her friends