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November is recognized as Native American Heritage Month in the United States. It is a time to celebrate and honor the rich and diverse culture, history, traditions, and contributions of Native Americans to our country. It’s a great time to educate yourself about different tribes and learn about the struggles that they’ve faced in the past and in the present. Elle has put together a nice display of books including non-fiction and fiction, both adult and juvenile to further your knowledge of Native American History.

The library will be open 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday November 22nd, and closed Thursday November 23rd for Thanksgiving. We will be closed Friday November 24th, but we will have a table in the library meeting room during the Christmas Stroll from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. We will not have programs Wednesday through Friday

We have one non-fiction book available this week. “The Whole-Brain Child” by Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. will provide 12 revolutionary strategies to nurture your child’s developing mind.

Maggie Bird, a retired CIA operative, in small-town Maine tackles the ghosts of her past in “The Spy Coast” by Tess Gerritsen. In “The True Love Experiment” by Christina Lauren, sparks fly when a romance writer and a documentary filmmaker join forces to craft the ultimate Hollywood love story—but only if they can keep the chemistry between them from taking the whole thing off script. “No Time to Say Goodbye” by Kate Hewitt is a heartbreaking and gripping page turner that will make you want to have a box of tissues by your side. The long-awaited fifth book in the Inheritance Cycle series has arrived. Christopher Paolini returns to the World of Eragon in “Murtagh” a stunning epic fantasy set a year after the events of the Inheritance Cycle. Join Dragon Rider—and fan favorite—Murtagh and his dragon Thorn as they confront a perilous new enemy!

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