North Shore Library News: Winter reading program begins
Two Harbors Public Library
New fiction books
• "Waiting for Eden," by Elliot Ackerman
• "Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners," by Gretchen Anthony
• "The Dakota Winters," by Tom Barbash
• "The Mansion," by Ezekiel Boone
• "My Sister, the Serial Killer," by Oyinkan Braithwaite
• "The New Iberia Blues (Dave Robicheaux #22)," by James Lee Burke
• "Siege of Bitterns: Birder Murder Mystery #1," by Steven Burrows
• "A Pitying of Doves: Birder Murder Mystery #2," by Steven Burrows
• "A Cast of Falcons: Birder Murder Mystery #3," by Steven Burrows
• "A Shimmer of Hummingbirds: Birder Murder Mystery #4," by Steven Burrows
• "A Tiding of Magpies: Birder Murder Mystery #5," by Steven Burrows
• "A Town Divided by Christmas," by Orson Scott Card
• "Someone Like Me," by M.R. Carey
• "Fulfillment," by Barbara Delinsky
• "For the Sake of the Game: Stories Inspired by the Sherlock Holmes Canon"
• "Siege of Stone (Sister of Darkness: The Nicci Chronicles Volume III)," by Terry Goodkind
• "The Grey Bastards," by Jonathan French
• "The Enemy of My Enemy (Clandestine Operations #5)," by W.E.B. Griffin
Silver Bay Public Library
• Monday, Jan. 14 — Winter reading program, "Curl Up with a Good Book," begins. Children through grade 12 are welcome to sign up at any time through March 1. There will be fun activities, incentives and drawings. Sign up early and read often.
• Thursday, Jan. 17 — Author presentation Anthony Bukoski. Join us as Tony discusses his newest book, "Head of the Lakes." The program will focus on immigration and discuss how the places we live — Silver Bay, for instance — become familiar to us. The author will read a very short story about the difficulty a refugee — an outsider — faces trying to settle in a northern town. This story concerns ideas we all hold dear, no matter what languages we speak or where we've come from. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
For more information, visit twoharborspubliclibrary.com or silverbay.com.