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At the Library for August 11, 2015

At the Library for August 11, 2015

Last Updated 2015/08/10

Robert Kurson’s ‘Pirate Hunters’ recounts the recent discovery of pirate ship Golden Fleece, which was gunned down by the British 350 years ago. Roy Henry Vickers’ ‘Orca Chief’ is the

At the Library for July 28th, 2015

Last Updated 2015/07/27

Lester Brown explains how individuals and the planet can benefit from switching from fossil fuels to cleaner and renewable energies in ‘The Great Transition.’ Everyone’s favorite dork returns in her

At the Library for July 21

Last Updated 2015/07/20

Michael Finkel’s ‘True Story’ is indeed the true story of an escaped murderer who was able to evade authorities by posing as Finkel himself, causing a deadly game of cat

At the Library for July 7th, 2015

Last Updated 2015/07/06

Summer reading begins at the Cranbrook Public Library! New arrivals perfect for summer reading includes titles by Stephen King, Janet Evanovich, Judy Blume, Clive Cussler, Terry Brooks, and Nelson DeMile.

At the Library for June 30, 2015

Last Updated 2015/06/29

Amanda Bath charts the tragic loss of life of the Johnson Landing landslides at Kootenay Lake, and how the community struggled to rebuild itself in ‘Disaster in Paradise.’ George Harrison

At the Library for June 23, 2015

Last Updated 2015/06/22

Barry S. Strauss looks at the most famous assassination of all time in his newest book ‘The Death of Caesar.’ Celeste Shally’s ‘Since We’re Friends’ is an fun picture book

At the Library for June 16, 2015

Last Updated 2015/06/15

Norman Leach’s ‘Sam Steele: An Office & a Gentleman’ is a brand new biography of the legendary mustached-mountie just in time for our yearly celebration of him. Megan Cuthbert explains

At the Library for June 9th, 2015

Last Updated 2015/07/09

Jon Krakauer charts a series of sexual assaults at the University of Montana, hoping to illuminate the human toll this crime takes across all American campuses in ‘Missoula: Rape &

At the Library for June 2nd, 2015

Last Updated 2015/06/01

Paul Taylor charts the evolution of life on earth, beginning with the Burgess Shale all the way to our own ancestors in his latest book ‘A History of Life in

At the Library for May 26, 2015

Last Updated 2015/05/25

Amelia Earhart’s airplane, D.B. Cooper’s money, Boudicca’s grave, and KFC’s original recipes have in common? They are all chapters in Daniel Smith’s book ‘100 Things You Will Never Find.’ Preschool