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North Shore Library News: Little libraries on the big lake

Silver Bay Public Library news

Funding from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund provides free art, history and cultural programs at our public libraries through the Arrowhead Library System. If you haven't been to one of the Legacy programs at your library, here's how your friends and neighbors are describing their experiences: Fantastic, wonderful, educational, soothing, relaxing, enthralling, professional, excellent, enjoyable, pleasant, harmonious, delightful, silly, magical, stirring, and memorable. The next opportunity to enjoy a Legacy event comes Nov. 22 at 12 p.m. with a children's program from the Duluth Art Institute. Don't let the kids miss out on something spectacular!

New books


Doing Hard Time by Stuart Woods

Harriet Beamer Strikes Gold

by Joyce Magnin

Longbourn by Jo Baker

Return to me by Lynn Austin

Signature of All Things

by Elizabeth Gilbert

Silencing Eve by Iris Johansen


Blush: A Mennonite Girl Meets

a Glittering World by Shirley Showalter

Stickability: Think and Grow Rich by Greg S. Reid

There's More to Life Than This: Healing Messages, Remarkable Stories, and Insight About the Other Side by Theresa Caputo

When nothing else works: What Early Childhood Professionals Can Do To Reduce Challenging Behaviors by William DeMeo

The Healthy Green Drink Diet: Advice and Recipes For Happy Juicing by Jason Manheim

Juvenile Fiction:

Anomaly by Krista McGee

Butterfly House by Marcia Preston

House of Hades by Rick Riordin

Jewel of Glendragon by Cordelia Evans

Kingdom Keepers by Ridley Pearson

Twins in the park by Ellen Weiss

Two Harbors Public Library news

Halloween movie series

We are showing a different children's Halloween movie at 2:30 p.m. every Friday during October - come in for a good scare! There will also be a special Halloween movie Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 4 p.m.

Classic movies series for adults

and teens

We are starting a monthly showing of classic movies. These are intended for adults and high school students. The first film will be shown at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 19 - a horror film from 1931 that is very fitting for this spooky season. Come see the stars of yesteryear, and enjoy the special effects of a bygone era. Popcorn will be available and there will be an optional discussion, including comparisons to Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's "Frankenstein," following the movie. Also, bring your ideas of other classic films you would like to see and thoughts about the best time for viewings.

New books

Looking to get away this winter? Check out some of our new travel books!

  • Rick Steves' Germany 2013
  • France by Jennifer Ditsler-Ladonne
  • Iceland by Brandon Presser
  • Madagascar Travel Pack by Derek


  • Dominican Republic by Sarah Cameron
  • New Orleans by Fodor's
  • An Explorer's Guide: Arkansas

    by Jana Wood

  • Off the Beaten Path - Missouri

    by Patti DeLano

  • An Explorer's Guide: Kansas by Lisa

    Waterman Gray

  • The Rough Guide to Ecuador & the

    Galápagos Islands by Harry Adès

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