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David Ward to present Paul Bunyan program June 16

Hours

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.

For just 15-30 minutes each day, you can read for the win! The 2016 Summer Reading Program begins Monday, June 6 and will continue through Saturday, July 30. You may register at the library or at www.krls.org -Wadena Branch Page. This program is for all students in Grades Pre-K to 12. There will be a special magic show to culminate the program on July 30 and grand prizes will be awarded at the end of the program.

Paul Bunyan: Loggin', Legends, and Lore - presented by David Ward

This program is filled with humorous, fact-filled outrageous tales from the Paul Bunyan lore! Meet personal friends of Ol' Paul. Kids will love seeing Paul's giant baby bottle and pacifier, along with other giant props, such as the huge mosquito from "The tale of the Mosquitobees." This program for the whole family will be at the Wadena City Library on Thursday, June 16 at 4:30 p.m. This is another free Legacy Program for our community. Come see Paul before you go to the Parade.

Adult fiction

"Blood Flag" by Steve Martini. Defending a client accused of killing her father, attorney Paul Madriani is drawn into a treacherous conspiracy dating to World War II in this installment in the series. Paul Madriani and Harry Hinds have a new client: Emma Brauer, a woman accused in the "mercy killing" of her aged father, Robert Brauer. Insisting she's innocent, Emma tells Paul about a package sent to her father shortly before he entered the hospital. Bequeathed to him by a member of his unit from World War II, the box contains a key and a slip of paper. Emma fears that this package is connected to her father's death. When Paul's young assistant Sofia is murdered, Madriani is blindsided by the realization that Emma's fears are well-grounded. Digging into Robert's military history, Madriani discovers that other members of the Army unit Robert served with have recently died - under similarly suspicious circumstances. When he finds that the box sent to Brauer relates to a mysterious talisman that went missing at the end of the war - a feared Nazi relic known as the "Blood Flag" - Madriani and Hinds realize they are in for the fight of their lives.

"By Honor Bound" by Norris/Thornton. In April of 1972, SEAL Lieutenant Tom Norris risked his life in an unprecedented ground rescue of two American airmen who were shot down behind enemy lines in North Vietnam, a feat for which he would be awarded the Medal of Honor - an award that represents the pinnacle of heroism and courage. Just six months later, Norris was sent on a dangerous special reconnaissance mission that would take his team deep into enemy territory. On that mission, they engaged a vastly superior force. In the running gun battle that ensued, Lieutenant Norris was severely wounded; a bullet entered his left eye and exited the left side of his head. SEAL Petty Officer Mike Thornton, under heavy fire, fought his way back onto a North Vietnamese beach to rescue his officer. This was the first time Tom and Mike had been on a combat mission together. Mike's act of courage and loyalty marks the only time in modern history that the Medal of Honor has been awarded in a combat action where one recipient received the Medal for saving the life of another.

"Tall Tail" by Rita Mae Brown. At any moment a perfect summer day in Crozet, Virginia - nestled within the Blue Ridge Mountains - might turn stormy and tempestuous, as Harry knows too well when a squall suddenly sweeps in. In a blink, Harry's pickup nearly collides with a careening red car that then swerves into a ditch. Harry recognizes the dead driver slumped over the vehicle's steering wheel: Barbara Leader was nurse and confidante to former Virginia governor Sam Holloway. Though Barbara's death is ruled a heart attack, dissenting opinions abound. After all, she was the picture of health, which gives Harry and her four-legged companions pause. A baffling break-in at a local business leads Harry to further suspect that a person with malevolent intent lurks just out of sight: Something evil is afoot. As it happens, Barbara died in the shadow of the local cemetery's statue of the Avenging Angel. Just below that imposing funereal monument lie the remains of one Francisco Selisse, brutally murdered in 1784. Harry's present-day sleuthing draws her back to Virginia's slave-holding past and the hunt for Selisse's killer. Now it's up to Harry and her furry detectives - Mrs. Murphy, Pewter, and Tee Tucker - to expose the bitter truth, even if it means staring into the unforgiving eyes of history and cornering a callous killer poised to pounce.

"15th Affair" by Patterson & Paetro, "Bloodline" Star Wars by Claudia Gray, "Boar Island" by Nevada Barr, "By Honor Bound" by Norris/Thornton, "Dominated" by Maya Banks, "Don't You Cry" by Mary Kubica, "Echo Burning" by Lee Child, "Extreme Prey" by Sanford, "In the Clearing" by Robert Dugoni, "In the Unlikely Event" by Judy Blume, "LaRose" by Louise Erdrich, "Laughing Through Life" by Larry Moran, "Lilac Girls" by Martha Hall Kelly, "Lone Heart Pass" by Thomas, "Mastered" by Maya Banks, "Murder at the 42nd Street Library" by Lehane, "Never Say Die" by Will Hobbs, "Night Shift" by Charlaine Harris, "Now You See Me, Now You Don't" by Diana Swanson, "Prayers the Devil Answers" by Sharyn McCrumb, "Scandal Nerver Sleeps," "Seduction in Session-The Perfect Gentleman" and "Big Easy Temptation" by Black & Blake, "Something to Hide" by Deborah Moggach, "Strip Search" by Shayla Black, "Tall Tail" by Rita Mae Brown, "The Apartment" by Danielle Steele, "The Caller" by Dan Krzyzkowsky, "The Curious Charms of Arther Pepper" by Phaedra Patrick, "That Darkness" by Lisa Black, "The Gift from Summer Hill" by Jude Deveraux, "The Highwayman" by Craig Johnson, "The Lost Child" by John Hart, "The Weekenders" by Mary Kay Andrews, "Traces of Guilt" by Dee Henderson, "Treasured" by Sherryl Woods, "Walk Through Fire" by Kristen Ashley and "Wilde Lake" by Laura Lippman.

Adult non fiction

"100 Million Years of Food" by Stephen Le, "Arizona & The Grand Canyon" by Fodors "Bite Me" (Lymes Disease) by Ally Hilfiger, "Eat Comp0lete" by Ramsey M.D., "Enemies, Foreign & Domestic—A Seal's Story" by Carl Higbie, "Married and Still Loving It" by Gary D. Chapman, "Memory Diet" by Zucker, "Mind Your Means" by Lucy Lethbridge, "My Losy Brothers" by McDonough, "Outsider in the White House" by Bernie Sanders, "Parent Hacks" by Asha Dornfest, "The 10 percent Entrepreneur" by McGinnis, "The Comeback" by Cheryl Casone, "The King of Skid Row" by James Shaffer, "The Nazi Titanic" by Robert P. Watson, "The New Milks" by Dina Cheney, "The Next Pandemic" by Ali S. Khan, "The Young Skin Diet" by Michelle Lee, "Tied up in Knots" by Tantaros, "WWE: 100 Greatest Matches" and "X Child Stars" by Garver & Ascher.

Biographies

"A Different Kind of Daughter" by Maria Toorpakai, "A Time for Truth" by Ted Cruz, "Her Again—Becoming Meryl Streep" by Schulman, "Prince—The Man & His Music," "The Grand Tour" by George Jones and "True Reagan" by James Rosebush.

Large print fiction

"15th Affair" by Patterson & Paetro, "An Unbroken Heart" by Kathleen Fuller, "Best of My Love" by Susan Mallery, "Criminal Enterprise" by Owen Laukkanen, "Lightning Lingers" by B. Freethy, "Miss Julia Inherits a Mess" by Ann B. Ross, "Most Wanted" by Lisa Scottoline, "Nuss Hykua Ubgeruts a Mess" by Ann B. Ross, "Only Beloved" by Mary Balogh, "The Friends We Keep" by Susan Mallery, "The Things We Keep" by Sally Hepworth and "Troublemaker" by Linda Howard.

Western large print

"End of the Gun" by H. H. DeRosso, "Lawless Range" by Stephen Payne, "The Trouble Kid" by W. Overholser and "Wagon Train West" by Lauran Paine.

Books on CD

"15th Affair" — Patterson, "The Innocent Killer" and "The Humane Economy" — Wayne Pacelle.

Junior fiction

"AVA & PIP — Carol Weston, "Breaking Stalin's Nose by Velchin, "Flying the Dragon" by Lorenzi, "Ghetto Cowboy" by Watson, "I Kill the Mockingbird" by Paul Acampora, "Freakling" by Krumwiece, "Nickel Bay Nick" by Pitchford, "The Great Green Heist" by Varian Johnson, "Almost Home" by Joan Bauer, "An Army of Frogs" by Trevor Pryce, "Better Nate Than Never" by Tim Federle, "Capture the Flag" by Kate Messner, "Escape by Night" by Laurie Myers, "Kizzy Ann Stamps" by Jeri Watts, "Royal Wedding Disaster" by Meg Cabot, "Six Kids and a Stuffed Cat" by Paulsen, "Slacker" by Korman, "The Five Lives of our Cat Zook" by Joanne Rockin, "The Most Important Thing" by Avi, "The Trials of Apollo" (Book One) by Riordan and "Wild River" by P.J.Peterson.

Junior non fiction

"El Deafo" by Cece Bell.

Easy reader

"Dory"s Story" and " Ocean of Color" by Scollon, "Hillary Clinton The Life of a Leader" by Corey and "Jungle Animals."

Easy

"On Bird Hill" by Yolen.

Adult DVDs

"Big Bang Theory" Season 8, "Deadpool," "Easy Rider," "Joy," "No Letting Go," "Orange is the New Black" Season 3, "The Choice," "The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts," "The Good Wife" Seasons 1 - 4 and "The 5th Wave."

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