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LIBRARY CORNER: What’s new this month at the Bowman Regional Public Library

Great news, book club fans! Now that we’ve made it through the holidays, the Library Book Club will resume meeting once a month, beginning this Sunday, January 25th, 2015.

Great news, book club fans! Now that we’ve made it through the holidays, the Library Book Club will resume meeting once a month, beginning Jan. 25. “The Missing Place” by Sophie Littlefield is the chosen book for this month, which is a mystery set in the Bakken oilfield and promises to be very interesting! Again, please join us at 2 pm this Sunday for cookies, coffee and discussion.

Also Jan. 24, Leah King will be giving a craft workshop. We’ll be making fabric stars. The cost is $8 and space is limited so please call or stop in to sign up. The workshop will begin at 1 pm and last about 1 ½-2 hours. If you have a hot glue gun, please bring it! (What did the librarian say about the crafters in the back room? “Careful! Those ladies are packin’ heat!”)

Attention potential writers! We are proud to announce that North Dakota’s own Debra Marquart, author of Horizontal World: Growing Up Wild in the Middle of Nowhere, will be coming to the Bowman Regional Public Library to host a writer’s workshop. The first session will held on Wednesday January 28th from 6:30-8 pm and the second, on February 11th. Please stop in to get details and sign up at www.ndhumanities.org/our-people-our-places-our-stories2015.html.

And if those three invitations aren’t enough to bring you into the library, maybe the thought of filling out a survey to let us know what you really think of our services will! Stop in and take a moment to let us know how we are doing. If you prefer to give your feedback online, check out the Bowman Regional Public Library Facebook page, www.facebook.com/bowmanlibrary, or the library’s website www.bowmanlibrary.com, where you’ll find a link to the survey. We appreciate your time and feedback.

New books this month include a little romance, a little history, and a lot of inspirational fiction! Carrie Jones’ “Need Pixies” series is the latest addition in our romance genre, while nonfiction fans may enjoy “Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis: The Untold Story” by Barbara Leaming. The inspirational fiction selection includes titles by Marta Perry, Tracie Peterson, and Wanda Brunstetter. Also, for those who like action “Redeployment” by Phil Klay promises to hold your interest. (Submitted by the Bowman Regional Public Library)





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