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Between The Bookends

This month at the Roosevelt County Library, Sam Azure will give a tea presentation on May 25 from 5 to 6 p.m.

There are still free books for children, so be sure to bring your children in to pick out a book.

Author Theresa Nichols Schuster will be at Roosevelt County Library for a book talk and signing of Brittle Silver on July 8, starting at 10:30 a.m.

The summer reading program will start July 11 at 1-3 p.m. and will run for six weeks. A kickoff for the program will be held July 11, including a hot dog cookout and sidewalk coloring.

Looking for a new read? Here’s just a few of the newest selections at the library: The Cloisters by Katy Hays: Follow Ann Stilwell as she escapes her past in rural Washington for New York City where she gets a job in a Gothic museum and garden. With its cast of brilliant researchers and characters, Ann finds herself pulled into a mystery revolving around historic Tarot. She must navigate through dangerous games of power and seduction. This book is deeply researched and melds the arcane with the modern.

Dark Angel by John Sanford: A Letty Davenport novel, this is the second installation in the series. Letty takes an undercover assignment that will send her across the country to infiltrate a hacker group. Will Letty and her partner manage to escape this mission unscathed or will a betrayal they aren’t suspecting be their undoing?

In junior chapter books, the library has two new series, the Heidi Heckelbeck series and Pokemon. Follow Heidi through her various shenanigans with fun illustrations and easy-to-read chapters. Or take a journey with Ash and his Pokemon friends on his way to becoming a Pokemon master.

In graphic novels, the library has One Piece by Eiichiro Oda. Read volumes 1-3 and join Luffy and his quirky friends as they start their voyage on the East Blue.

For younger readers, check out Thunder the Wonder Donkey by Beverly Bruemmer. This is a story about a donkey that finds himself in a new home and desperately wants to make friends with his new farm companions. My Powerful Hair by Carole Lindstrom is about a young girl can’t wait to grow her hair for its connection to her culture, family and herself.

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