Library events in March
Sunday: closed, Monday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
March Library Highlights
The Wadena City Library and Kitchigami Regional Library System will sponsor The Living Roots of Music featuring Lauren Pelon on Monday, March 10, at 6:30 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Wadena. Ms. Pelon traces the story of music and performs music from around the world on ancient and modern instruments and voice. This will be an interesting and entertaining evening of music.
On Saturday, March 22, a MNSure navigator will be at the Wadena City Library at 10 a.m. He will make a presentation regarding MNSure and also take questions concerning the program. At the conclusion of the presentation and question and answer period, he will help those interested to register for insurance. There will be computers available.
March will be the end of our winter adult reading program, "SnowTime to Read." There's still time to participate—just register and pick up a slip on which to list the books you have read. You can record five books on each slip. Bring in the completed slips and we will drop them in the box for the drawing on April 1. You could win a bag chair, T-Shirt, canvas book bag or a soup mug.
"Cell" by Robin Cook. With "Cell" Robin Cook demonstrates why he is the undisputed king of medical thrillers. Can a smartphone app kill you? You'll believe it can after you read this story, which blasts along faster than a truckload of quad core processors. Equal measures a substantive social commentary that we will all soon have to deal with and a terrifying blood-and-guts tale of what lies right around the technology corner, Cook has delivered a home run worthy of the the writer who has consistently thrilled millions ever since his blockbuster Coma."
"The Forever Girl" by McCall-Smith. Amanda and her husband, David, feel fortunate to be raising their son and daughter in the close-knit community of expats on Grand Cayman Island, an idyllic place for children to grow up. Their firstborn, Sally, has always listened to her heart, deciding at age four that she would rather be called Clover and then, a few years later, falling in love with her best friend, James.
But the comforting embrace of island life can become claustrophobic for adults, especially when they are faced with difficult situations. At the same time that Clover falls in love with James, Amanda realizes that she has fallen out of love with David . . . and that she is interested in someone else. While Amanda tries to navigate the new path her heart is leading her down, Clover finds, much to her dismay, that James seems to be growing away from her. And when they leave the island for boarding school—James to England and Clover to Scotland—she feels she may have lost him for good. As Clover moves on to university, seldom seeing James but always carrying him in her heart, she finds herself torn between a desire to go forward with her life and the old feelings that she just can't shed.
"The Chase" by Janet Evanovich. Internationally renowned thief and con artist Nicolas Fox is famous for running elaborate and daring scams. His greatest con of all: convincing the FBI to team him up with the only person who has ever caught him, and the only woman to ever capture his attention, Special Agent Kate O'Hare. Together they'll go undercover to swindle and catch the world's most wanted—and untouchable—criminals.
"Bound" by Lorelei James, "Concealed in Death" by J. D. Robb, "Delicious" by Lucy Monroe, "Killer" by J. Kellerman, "Do or Die" by Suzanne Brockmann, "Hot in Here" by Lori Foster, "January Thaw" by Jess Lourey, "Kiss and Tell" by Fern Michaels, "Melting the Ice" by Jaci Burton, "Moving Target" by J. A. Jance, "Once in a Lifetime: by Jill Shalvis, "Once Upon a Winter's Heart" by Melody Carlson, "Private LA" by Patterson/Sullivan, "Somewhere in France" by Jennifer Robson, "The Forever Girl" by McCall-Smith, "The Good Lord Bird" by James McBride, "The Swiss Affair" by Emylia Hall, "Where Courage Calls" by J. Oke and "Winter's Thaw" by Mari Carr.
Adult Non Fiction
"3:16 The Numbers of Hope" by Max Lucado, "Authentic Aromatherapy" by Falsetto, "Decoding Your Dog" by American College of Veterinary Behaviors, "Healthy at Home", "The Demographic Cliff" (How to survive the Great Deflation of 2014-2019), "The Love Playbook" by Lula Anthony, "Stressaholic" by Heidi Hanna and "Weeknight Gluten Free" by Kristine Kidd.
Adult Large Print
"I am Malala" by Yousafzai Malala (Biography), "Private L.A." by Patterson, "That Old Black Magic" by Mary Jane Clark, "River Road" by Jayne Ann Krentz, "Standup Guy" by Stuart Woods, "That Old Black Magic" by Mary Jane Clark, "The Arrangement" by Mary Balogh, "Authentic Aromatherapy " by Falsetto, "Healthy at Home", "The Demographic Cliff" by How to survive the Great Deflation of 2014-2019" and"The Love Playbook" by Lula Anthony.
"Does a Bear Wear Boots?", "Does a Beaver Sleep in a Bed?", "Does a Camel Cook Spaghette?", "Does a Panda Go to School?", "Does a Woodpecker Use a Hammer?" by Harriet Ziefert, "Mystery of the Stolen Snowboard" by Warner, "Mystery of the Wild West Bandit" by Warner, "Defy" by Larson, "Fourmile" by Walt Key, "How to Betray a Dragon's Hero" by Cressida Cowell, "Magic Ponies: Pony Camp" by Bentley, "Rainbow Magic: Keira the Movie Star Fairy" by Meadows, Spirit Animals: "Wild Born" and "Hunted", "The Creature Department" by R. P. Weston and "The Sandman and the War of Dreams" by William Joyce.
Junior Non Fiction
"Little Poems for Tiny Ears" by Lin Oliver, "National Geographic for Kids - World Atlas" and "National Geographic How to Speak Dog."
"Cinder: The Lunar Chronicles" by Meyer, "Allegiant" "Divergent," and "Insurgent" by Veronica Roth (Book on CD) and "Allegiant" and " Insurgent" (Book).
"60 Happy Toddler Hits (Ages 2-50),"Bruno Mars - Unorthodox Jukebox," "Drinks after Work" by Toby Keith, "Greatest Hits" by Keith Urban, "Jake Owen: Days of Gols", "Katy Perry: Prism", "Louis Armstrong: The Definitive Collection", "One Direction: Midnight Memories", "Pink: The Truth About Love", "Ready, Set, Roll" by Chase Rice, "See You Tonight" by Scotty McCreevy,"Susan Boyle: Home for Christmas", "Susan Boyle: Standing Ovation", "The Essential: James Taylor", "The Sound of Music" by Carrie Underwood, "Toby Keith: Hope on the Rocks", "Two Lanes of Freedom" by Tim McGraw, "Welcome to the Freak Show" by Hinder and "You Can't Make Old Friends" by Kenny Rogers.
"Best of the Original Evening at the Improv", "Bill Cosby far from Finished", "Bonnie and Clyde", "British Cinema Collection", "Chicken Little", "Donkey Kong Country Kong-Fu", "Enders Game", "Fast and Furious 6", "Freebird", "Game of Thrones", "Gentle Ben"-Season 2, "Homecoming"(A Christmas Story), "Jobs", "Men at Lunch", "Monsters University", "Parks and Recreation" Season One, "Sound of Music Live" with Carrie Underwood, "Taken by Grace", "The Big Red One", "The Colony", "The Kennedy Assassination: 24 Hours After", "The Little Mermaid", "The Peacemaker", "The Princess Twins of LegenDale", "When Calls the Heart" and "The Vampire Diaries" 4th Season.