Two Harbors Public Library
"Elevator Pitch," by Linwood Barclay
"What Rose Forgot," by Nevada Barr
"No Judgement," by Meg Cabot
"A Dog’s Promise," by Bruce Cameron
"A Single Thread," by Tracy Chevalier
"The Christmas Boutique (Elm Creek Quilts #21)," by Jennifer Chiaverini
"A Rustle of Silk," by Alys Clare
"The Water Dancer," by Ta-Nehisi Coates
"The Night Fire (A Renee Ballard and Harry Bosch Novel)," by Michael Connelly
"A Better Next," by Maren Cooper
"Quantum: A Captain Chase novel," by Patricia Cornwell
"The Hours," by Michael Cunningham
"Met Her Match," by Jude Deveraux
"Strangers She Knows," by Christina Dodd
"Akin," by Emma Donoghue
"Bringing Down the Duke," by Evie Dunmore
"Lethal Agent: A Mitch Rapp Novel," by Vince Flynn/Kyle Mills
"Something Read Something Dead (A Lighthouse Library Mystery)," by Eva Gates
"The Shape of Night, by Tess Gerritsen
"The Guardians, by John Grisham
"What Happens in Paradise, by Elin Hilderbrand
"Full Throttle: Stories, by Joe Hill
Silver Bay Public Library
Friday, Nov. 1, 6 p.m. — Astro Bob presents “What is the Aurora and How to Photograph It."
Join us as Bob King explains the aurora borealis and the intricacies of photographing them. Learn more about what causes the Northern Lights and how to anticipate their next appearance. You’ll also learn how to take pictures of the aurora with everything from your cellphone to digital SLR. If it’s clear, Bob will show the moon through his telescope.
Bob is retired after 39 years as a photographer and photo editor at the Duluth News Tribune.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Silver Bay Public Library.
Donate reusable bags
Do you have a surplus of reusable, washable bags that are crowding a closet or cupboard? If you would like to give them a new purpose, consider donating them to the library. When bad weather strikes or a cloud bursts, we like to lend items under good protection.
Thanks for helping preserve your library’s collection.