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North Shore Library News: April 8

Two Harbors Public Library

New fiction

• "The Darling Dahlias and the Unlucky Clover (No. 7)," by Susan Wittig Albert

• "Death of an Honest Man," by M.C. Beaton

• "Carnegie's Maid," by Marie Benedict

• "White Houses," by Amy Bloom

• "The Tuscan Child," by Rhys Bowen

• "Burn Bright (Alpha and Omega No. 5)," by Patricia Briggs

• "The Rising Sea (a Kurt Austin Adventure)," by Clive Cussler

• "As You Wish (Summerhouse series No. 3)," by Jude Deveraux

• "The French Girl," by Lexie Elliott

• "The Bad Daughter," by Joy Fielding

• "Raspberry Danish Murder," by Joanne Fluke

• "How to Stop Time," by Matt Haig

• "Force of Nature," by Jane Harper

• "A Whisper of Bones," by Ellen Hart

• "The Hush," by John Hart

• "The Woman Left Behind," by Linda Howard

Silver Bay Public Library

Thursday, April 12, 6 p.m. — Mother and son hike the Pacific Crest Trail

Lisa Topp gives a presentation of a mother and son team hiking the challenging PCT. What were the logistics of hiking the trail: the who, when, what, why and how? Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

Friday, April 13, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Friends of the Library Customer Appreciation Day

Stop in for cookies, coffee, book drawings and conversation. Cotton book bags will be available for the public to personalize. Bring a friend. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

New juvenile nonfiction

• "Factory Robots," by Nadia Higgins

• "Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls V.1," by Elena Favilla

• "Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls V.2," by Elena Favilla

• "What Were the Twin Towers," by Jim O'Connor

• "Where is Easter Island," by Megan Stine

• "Where is the Great Barrier Reef," by Nico Medina

• "Where is Machu Picchu," by Megan Stine

• "Where is Mount Everest," by Nico Medina

• "Where is the Amazon," by Sarah Fabini

• "Who Was Blackbeard," by James Buckley

• "Who Was Dr. Seuss," by Janet Pascal

• "Who Was Ernest Shackleton," by James Buckley

• "Who Was Harriet Tubman," by Yona McDonough

• "Who Was Mother Teresa," by Jim Gigliotti

• "Who Was Sitting Bull," by Stephanie Spinner

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