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News for May 2018

Jim Gaffigan
Jim Gaffigan is one of my favorite comics. If you don’t recognize his name you are probably still familiar with his “Hot Pocket” routine. Food and family provide most of the fodder for his humor. Gaffigan consistently makes me laugh and his humor can be enjoyed by the entire family.
Posted: May 30, 2018
Wicked Deep
The Wicked Deep, by Shea Ernshaw A 200 year old curse haunts the small town of Sparrow, Oregon. Each June, the ghosts of three sisters convicted of witchcraft come back to possess the bodies of three girls and kill boys as their revenge. Penny has known and feared the story her whole life, and when a stranger, Bo, come to town they must find a way to protect each other. 
Posted: May 27, 2018
Meg-Usbourne
Our family loves listening to Encyclopedia Brown audiobooks on car trips. Fortunately, there are lots of Encyclopedia Brown books by David Sobol, but if you do go through them all, there are still other options available at the library. When looking for books like Encyclopedia Brown, you often just find suggestions of book series that are mysteries.
Posted: May 25, 2018
Rules of Magic
The Rules of Magic, by Alice Hoffman
Posted: May 23, 2018
Warriors Series
Warriors Series by Erin Hunter Do you and/or your teen/tween enjoy sci-fi, fiction, animals, and fantasy? Then I have an enjoyable book series suggestion for you! My tween stumbled upon a book in this series, brought it home, and instantly feel in book-love. (I know you guys have been guilty of this!) After researching the series, I became overwhelmed with the dozens of books available within the six sub-series and the stand-alone books.
Posted: May 20, 2018
Anita Shreve
Posted: May 11, 2018
A Single Life short film
A Single LifeAvailable vie KanopyDirected by Marieke Blaauw, Joris Oprins, and Job RoggeveenYear: 2014Running Time: 2 minutes 18 secondsCountry: Netherlands|Kanopy link: https://marion.kanopy.com/video/single-life
Posted: May 9, 2018
Hangman's Daughter
I enjoy historical fiction and mysteries. It seems most of the historical fiction I read takes place in Britain. When I saw The Hangman’s Daughter I was intrigued. When I realized it took place in Germany in 1659 right after the Thirty Years’ War, I knew I had to read it. It was an amazing adventure.
Posted: May 8, 2018

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