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December 9, 2020



Christmas with Carly and Colleen is presented each Thursday at 1 P.M. on Facebook Live. We will be sharing holiday stories old and new and ideas for Christmas crafts. Please like the Harlem Public Library Facebook page to be able watch.

The Book Challenge for December is to read a book on a library display. Check out the books on our Christmas Book Tree as well as in other parts of the library for a great selection of holiday reading.

It is time to pay annual membership dues for Friends of the Harlem Public Library. Dues are $10 to renew or to join as a new member and may be dropped off at the library or sent to Valerie VanVoast, PO Box 172, Turner MT 59542.

The library invites you to participate in our exclusively online Winter Reading Program. Using the READsquared app or website, track books, earn online badges and unlock min-games. The program runs until the end of February. Contact the library for more information.

The latest novel from Dean Koontz is “Elsewhere.” In this suspense-filled story Jeffry Coltrane is trying to maintain a normal life for his eleven-year-old daughter, Amity, after his wife Michelle left seven years ago. A man called Spooky Ed shows up on their doorstep and entrusts Jeffry with an object he calls “the key to everything” and warns him never to use the device. But when the key is accidentally activated Jeffry and Amity discover an extraordinary truth.

“The End of the Day” is by Bill Clegy. This novel delves into the complicated bonds and breaking points of friendship, the havoc secrets can cause, and the healing force of forgiveness.

A new biography by Pulitzer Prize winner Joh Meacham is “His Truth Is Marching On: John Lewis and the Power of Hope.” This is a revealing portrait of the civil rights leader and longtime U.S. congressman.

Author Jenn Lyons has written a new science fiction selection “The Memory of Souls.” “The Price of Valor” is book three in the Global Search and Rescue series by Susan May Warren. The second installment in the “The Lost Queen” trilogy is “The Forgotten Kingdom” by Signe Pike.

Four new Christmas novels include “The Gift of Family” by Mary Monroe, “One Charmed Christmas” by Sheila Roberts, “An Ivy Hill Christmas” by Julie Klassen and “Silent Bite” by David Rosenfelt.

 
 

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