Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Exciting News!

The book drop will once again be open for business. As of  5/27/2020, the library will once again be accepting returns. Please, do not make ANY donations at this time.  The library itself will be opening soon, keep an eye to this page for further information.

It will be nice to see you all again.

This weeks list of new books

New Library Books 5/26/2020

Cleaning the Gold, by Lee Child and Karen Slaughter
Journey of the Pharaohs, by Clive Cussler
Hit List, by Stuart Woods
Follow Me to Ground, by Sue Rainsford
This Town Sleeps, by Dennis E. Staples
88 Names, by Matt Ruff
The K Team, by David Rosenfelt
A Thousand Moons, by Sebastian Barry
Run Me to Earth, by Paul Yoon
The Mirror & the Light, by Hilary Mantel
Walk the Wire, by David Baldacci
How Much of These Hills is Gold, by C. Pam Zhang
The Chocolate Cobweb, by Charlotte Armstrong
Barn 8, by Deb Olin Unferth
The Last Passenger, by Charles Finch
After Me Comes the Flood, by Sarah Perry
The Glass Hotel, by Emily St. John Mandel
The Book of Longings, by Sue Monk Kidd
The City We Became, by N.K. Jemisin
The Benefit of Hindsight, by Susan Hill
A Silent Death, by Peter May

Houndsley and Catina at the Library, by James Howe
Miss Rosie's Miraculous Journey, by Kim Q. (local author)
From the Universe to You, by Casey Harrison
Old MacDonald had a Farm, illustrations by Alan and Lea Daniel
Just Grandma and Me,by Mercer Mayer
Vamos! Let's go Eat, by Raul Gonzalez
Spot Sleeps Over, by Eric Hill
The Trouble with Time Travel, by Stephen W. Martin
The Nest that Wren Built, by Randi Sonenshine
Things that go Away, by Beatrice Alemagna
Peter Rabbit's Easter, based on the works of Beatrix Potter
The Imaginaries: Little Scraps of Larger Stories, by Emily Winfield Martin
Goodnight Veggies, by Diana Murray
Bedtime for Sweet Creatures, by Nikki Grimes
Penny and her Sled by Kevin Henkes
Hike, by Pete Oswald
Nesting, by Henry Cole

Twenty-ninth day: Surviving a Grizzly Attack on the Canadian Tundra

1952 Whistle-stop: When Ike Came to Livingston, a lecture presented by Susan Kraft

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

More New Books

More New Books in the Library!
Song of the Crimson Flower, by Julie C. Dao
Layoverland, by Gabby Noone
The Silence Between Us, by Alison Gervais
Where the World Ends, by Geraldine McCaughrean
Infinity Son, by Adam Silvera
Gold Rush Girl, by Avi
A Prairie Dog's Tale: Legend of the star, by Robert Nehls
Gloom Town, by Ronald L. Smith
Here in the Real World, by Sara Pennypacker
The Bat Book, by Charlotte Milner
The Bee Book, by Charlotte Milner
The Sea Book, by Charlotte Milner
Being Frog, by April Pulley Sayre
Bones in the White House: Thomas Jefferson's Mammoth, by Candice Ransom
Working Dogs, by Ben Strong
Devil's Dream, by Shayne Silvers (Count Dracula's predecessor)
Devil's Dream, by Shayne Silvers (ditto)
Pack Dynamics, by Julie Frost (Werewolves, Vampires, Nanotechnology, and an Army-Ranger-Veteran-Turned-PI)
The Other Mrs., by Mary Kubica
The Magic of Communication Styles: Understanding Yourself and Those Around You, by Paul Endress
The Early History of the Hebrew, by A.H. Sayce
Emerson's Essays: The First and Second Series Complete, by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Cooking for a Crew: A Celebration of Charlie Pierson's life, by Leslie Bailey Pierson
How to be a Conscious Eater: Making Food Choices that are Good for you, Others, and the Planet, by Sophie Egan
The Story of More: How we got to Climate Change and Where to go from Here, by Hope Jahren
Some Assembly Required: Decoding four Billion years of life, from Ancient Fossils to DNA, by Neil Shubin
Ordinary Hazards: A Memoir, by Nikki Grimes
Operation Chastise: the RAF's most Brilliant Attack of World War II, by Max Hastings
In the Lateness of the World, by Carolyn Forche
The Death of Sitting Bear: New and Selected Poems, by N. Scott Momaday
Ledger, by Jane Hirtshfield
Survival is a Style, by Christian Wiman
Long Range, by C.J. Box
The Glass Hotel, by Emily St. John Mandel
Texas Outlaw, by James Pattterson
My Dark Vanessa, by Kate Elizabeth Russell
Witch's Oath, by Terry Goodkind
A Conspiracy of Bones, by Kathy Reichs
The Last Odyssey, by James Rollins
The Red Lotus, by Chris Bohjalian
The City We Became, by N.K. Jemisin
The Vanishing, by Jayne Ann Krentz
The Murder List, by Hank Phillippi Ryan
Chidren of Virtue and Vengeance, by Tomi Adeyemi
The Night Watchman, by Louise Erdrich
The Other Mrs., by Mary Kubica
The Numbers Game, by Danielle Steel

The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance During the Blitz, by Erik Larson
Essays, by George Orwell
A Long Time ago in a Cutting Room Far, Far Away . . ., by Paul Hirsch
Barry Sonnefeld, Call Your Mother: Memoirs of a Neurotic Filmmaker, , by Barry Sonnenfeld
Cosmos: Possible Worlds, by Ann Druyan
A Delayed Life: The True Story of the Librarian of Auschwitz, by Dita Kraus
Available soon for Curb Side Pickup.

Friday, May 15, 2020

The Livingston-Park County Public Library will be hosting “Imagine Your Story” Summer Reading Outreach, July 6 – July 30.
Students enrolled in the program will receive a weekly Grab-n-Go Reading Kit designed to encourage summer engagement through outside activities, crafts, and reading challenges. A weekly Virtual Library Program will supplement the Grab-n-Go Reading Kits. Kits will be designed for K-2nd grades, 3rd - 5th grades, and 6th-12th grade students.

The weekly themes include: 
Week 1: “What's My Story?”
Week 2: “My Special Community”
Week 3: “My Amazing Environment”
Week 4: “Montana – My Awesome State”

Enrollment will be held June 1-15. Email a completed registration form (found at this link) to micheleb@mtlib.org or lisas@mtlib.org. Parents can also register their child by phone at 222-0862.

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

New Nonfiction Books

For those of you who felt left out with my last post, here are the new Nonfiction books in the collection.  These will be available for holds and pickups, as soon as they finish their quarantine.

The Yellow House, by Sarah M. Broom
Capital and Ideology, by Thomas Piketty
Operation Chastise: the RAF's Most Brilliant Attack of World War II, by Max Hastings
Some  Assembly Required: Decoding Four Billion Years of Life, from Ancient Fossils to DNA, by Neil Shubin
Ordinary Hazards: A Memoir, by Nikki Grimes

Saturday, May 2, 2020

New Books!

The pipelines have opened and new books have arrived at the library!
The books are available for hold and pickup, while the library remains closed due to Covid-19.
Just go to the CATALOG on this page, and select the books you want, or click on the links below!

Moral Compass, by Danielle Steel
Long Range, by C.J. Box
A Conspiracy of Bones, by Kathy Reichs
The Boy from the Woods, by Harlan Coben
The Poison Garden, by Alex Marwood
A Blight of Blackwings, by Kevin Hearne
The Red Lotus, by Chris Bohjalian
Blindside, by James Patterson
The Deep, by Alma Katsu
You are not Alone, by Greer Hendricks
Celestial Bodies, by Jokha Alharthi
The Bear, by Andrew Krivak.    

Labyrinth of Ice, by Buddy Levy
Tracking Game, by Margaret Mizushima
Apeirogon, by Colum McCann
Treadstone, by Robert Ludlum
The Tenth Girl, by Sara Faring   
Journey of the Pharaohs, by Clive Cussler   
Chain of Gold, by Cassandra Clare
Warsaw Protocol, by Steve Berry