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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on January 17, 2023 at 4:50 PM by Genesis Gaule
Do you want to make something fun and learn at the same time? Join the UND Chemistry Club at the library for a children's chemistry day! Kids in grades K-5 can come join us Sunday, January 22 @ 2pm More information...
Spare by Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex
With its raw, unflinching honesty, Prince Harry shares a landmark publication full of insight, revelation, self-examination, and hard-won wisdom about the eternal power of love over grief.
941.086 HARRY // Also in e-book, e-audio, and CD
Windfall by Erika Bolstad
The Prairie Woman Who Lost Her Way and the Great-Granddaughter Who Found Her // With journalistic rigor, Erika Bolstad unearths an unexpected family story that sheds light on a history of environmental exploitation and genocide as well as the modern-day consequences of the Great Plains Dream: we could be rich.
Sugar Falls by David A. Robertson & Scott B. Henderson
A Residential School Story // From Governor-General's Award-winning writer David A. Robertson comes this special edition of the timeless graphic novel that introduced the world to the awe-inspiring resilience of Betty Ross, and shared her story of strength, family, and culture.
371.8299 ROBERTSON Graphic Novel
The January 6th Report by Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol
Presents the full text of the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol's report, which addresses the origins of the insurrection, how it was organized and funded and the role of Donald Trump and other high-ranking officials.
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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on December 20, 2022 at 9:25 AM by Genesis Gaule
The Library will be closed December 24-26 (Saturday - Monday) for Christmas. More information...
Musical Tables by Billy Collins
Poems // "America's favorite poet" (the Wall Street Journal) has found a new form for his unique poetic style: the small poem. Here Collins writes about his trademark themes of nature, animals, poetry, mortality, absurdity, and love--all in a handful of lines.
The Story of Love by Beth Wiseman
An Amish Bookstore Novel // Yvonne Wilson is eager to leave her Texas home behind for a dream job as a book store manager in Montgomery, Indiana. Abraham Byler is no lover part of the Amish community, but still a resident of Montgomery. Now on the police force, Abraham must reckon with his pacifist upbringing when his job turns violent. He must also deal with his relationship with the wealthy and aggressive Brianna when his old crush, Yvonne, is back in town.
WISEMAN Bookstore v.2
Numb to This by Kindra Neely
Memoir of a mass shooting // Author Kindra Neely recounts her journey to healing after surviving a mass shooting during her first year of college.
362.88 NEELY Graphic Novel
Thistlefoot by GennaRose Nethercott
The Yaga siblings--Bellatine, a young woodworker, and Isaac, a wayfaring street performer and con artist--have been estranged since childhood, separated both by resentment and by wide miles of American highway. But when they learn that they are to receive a mysterious inheritance, the siblings are reunited--only to discover that their bequest isn't land or money, but something far stranger: a sentient house on chicken legs.
Science Fiction NETHERCOTT
Tag(s): young adult nonfiction, poetry, nonfiction, memoir, history, graphic novels, fiction, fantasy, book notes
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on December 12, 2022 at 9:12 AM by Genesis Gaule
Join us Thursday, December 15 @ 4 pm for Tinkertown! Where we'll be learning about Glow in the Dark Geometry. More information...
A History of the World in 100 Animals by Simon Barnes
Award-winning author Simon Barnes charts the close relationship between humans and animals, finding examples from around the planet that bring the story of life on earth vividly to life, with great insight and understanding.
Solo Leveling by Chugong
The weakest of the weak, E-class hunter Jinwoo Sung has no money, no talent, and no prospects to speak of. And when he enters a hidden dungeon that fateful day, he ends up being left to die in the aftermath of a horrendous tragedy. At death's door, Jinwoo is suddenly invited to be a "player" by a mysterious voice. Desperate to live, Jinwoo jumps at the chance...but what is this strange new leveling system that only he can see?
Young Adult Graphic Novel SOLO
Now I Know edited by Dan Lewis
The Soviets invaded Wisconsin?! and 99 more interesting facts, plus the amazing stories behind them // This book is the ultimate challenge for even the biggest trivia buff. From the time a tomato plant stood up to a volcano to Portland's great garbage battle of 2002, this book will put your general knowledge to the test and explain the most fascinating stories behind the world's greatest facts.
The Emerald Tide by Davis Bunn
Years after his wife's death, art history teacher Derek Gaines has finally made a kind of peace with himself. If anything is truly responsible for Derek making it back from the brink, it's his edifying work as a consultant for auction houses--and indulging a consuming sideline job: tracking stolen art. But Derek's latest hunt will lead him toward challenges both professional and personal that he's not prepared to face. He discovered the art of falling in love again…
Large Print BUNN Miramar v.6
Tag(s): zoology, young adult fiction, trivia, nonfiction, manga, history, graphic novels, fiction, fantasy, book notes, animals