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One was a soldier: a Clare Fergusson/Russ van Alstyne mystery by Julia Spencer-Fleming
The last enemy by Grace Brophy
Join us on Monday, July 23 for an evening of mystery and suspense. We will 'visit' Italy, Sweden, Ireland, France, Japan and more with Adult Librarian Joyce Simowski as she talks about some of her favorite non-American mystery authors. Book talk begins at 7:00 PM in the Purple Room.
Sullivan's Island [Large print]: a Lowcountry tale by Dorothea Benton Frank
Big Stone Gap [large print] by Adriana Trigiani
Lover's leap [Large print] by Emily March
Forsaking all others [large print] by LaVyrle Spencer
Sworn to silence by Linda Castillo. Meet Linda Castillo author of the award winning Amish thriller series featuring Chief of Police Kate Burkholder. Ms. Castillo will talk about her series set in an Ohio Amish community on Tuesday, June 26 at 7:00pm at Nicola's Books in Ann Arbor.
Indomitable will: LBJ in the presidency by Mark K. Updegrove
Angelina's bachelors [Large print]: a novel, with food by Brian O'Reilly; recipes by Virginia O'Reilly
Gabby: [large print] a story of courage and hope by Gabrielle Giffords and Mark Kelly with Jeffrey Zaslow
How it all began [Large print] by Penelope Lively
Need you now [Large print]: a novel by James Grippando
San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge turns 75 on May 27. On that day in 1937 over 200,000 people crossed the bridge on foot and roller skates. The bridge links the City of San Francisco with Marin County. Singer Tony Bennett immortalized the Golden Gate Bridge in the song "(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco". Construction on the bridge began on January 5, 1933 and ultimately cost $35million. Take a virtual walk across the bridge, read about the history of this world famous bridge, or watch the Golden Gate Bridge being constructed.
Golden Gate Bridge [videodisc] by a Ben Loeterman Productions, Inc. film
Canton Seniors Book Discussion Group will meet on Wednesday, June 27 from 2:00-3:00 PM at Canton Public Library in Group Study Room A. This month we are discussing
Old friends by Tracy Kidder — What is it like to grow old in America? Two men, strangers to each other, are assigned to share a room upon moving into a western Massachusetts nursing home. Kidder spotlights the friendship which blooms between Joe, an irascible 72 year old stroke victim, and gentle Lou, 90 and almost blind, who grieves for his deceased wife, tells rambling stories about his past and worries about Joe. Author Tracy Kidder has won Pulitzer Prizes for fiction and non-fiction.