North Shore Library News: Sept. 20
Silver Bay Public
Toddler Story Time begins Wednesday at 11 a.m. This is a wonderful time to introduce your child to social reading time with other children. Don't worry if your toddler isn't ready to sit still. It's all about an atmosphere of hearing a story and becoming engaged, little by little.
Parents and children are welcome to come early and spend time socializing with other children, playing with puzzles, Legos and other toys that the library provides.
New items at the
"Flicka: Country Pride"
"G.I. Joe: Retaliation"
"Jack the Giant Slayer"
"Olympus Has Fallen"
"Blue Chair Jam Cookbook" by Rachel Saunders
"Eating on the Wild Side" by Jo Robinson
"Edward Adrift" by Carl Lancaster
"Fatty Liver : You Can Reverse It" by Sandra Cabot
"May Cause Miracles" by Gabrielle Bernstein
"Vampires, Bones and Treacle Scones" by Kaitlyn Dunnett
"W is for Wasted" by Sue Grafton
"When Maples Turn Red" by Richard King
"Wonder of North American Agates" by Dan Lynch
"Can We Save the Tiger?" by Martin Jenkins
"I Survived the Japanese Tsunami" by Lauren Tarshis
"Moon and More" by Sarah Dessen
"Volcano of Fire" by Geronimo Stilton
"When the Beat Was Born" by Laban Carrick-Hill
Two Harbors Public
At 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, the library will host a program to discuss alternatives to commercial and professional funerals.
When a loved one dies, you don't have to call the undertaker. True stories, including the remarkable final journey of a Minnesota nurse, as told in "Living Consciously, Dying Gracefully: A Journey with Cancer and Beyond," exemplify end-of-life choices that reflect a family's budget, values and faith traditions. Environmental, economic, psychological and spiritual benefits of home funerals, as well as legal parameters in Minnesota will be discussed.
On Friday, Sept. 27, at noon, the library will show a family movie.
On Saturday, Sept. 28, at noon, the Teen Anime Club will meet. Members are dedicated to celebrating Japanese animation, manga, and having fun in general. New members are always welcome.
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