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The Sundance Times of Sundance, Wyoming

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THE LIBRARY will be closed Wednesday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.

Library Programming: STO-RYTIME for toddlers and preschoolers Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Stories and fun with November's themes of "Teddy Bears" and "Moose". There will not be storytime on November 11 or 25. LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets every third Thursday at 11 a.m. in the library Wyoming Room. For November the group is reading Chamomile Mourning by Laura Childs. Books are available for checkout at the library. Bring your favorite tea to share with everyone to go along with the Tea Shop Mystery Book! The Lunch Bunch is in search of new members, contact the library if interested. FEEDER READERS DISCUSSION GROUP meets every fourth Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. in the library meeting room. For November they will be discussing A River Runs Through It by Norman MacLean. Books are available for checkout at the library. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD usually meets every first Thursday after the first Tuesday of each month (the date is subject to change). Location rotates between the libraries in Sundance, Moorcroft, and Hulett. Meetings are open to the public. The next meeting is Thursday, November 5 at 1 p.m. in Moorcroft. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY FOUNDATION BOARD usually meets every third Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Location rotates among the three libraries. The next meeting is Thursday, November 19 in Moorcroft. SUNDANCE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY usually meets every second Tuesday, September through May, at 11 a.m. in the library meeting room. Major projects include the annual book sale, Valentine's bake sale, and Open House luncheon Always on the lookout for new members. The next meeting is November 10.

New Fiction: TAKEN by Dee Henderson. Abducted at the age of sixteen and coerced into assisting the Jacoby crime family, Shannon Bliss has finally found a way out. She desperately wants to resume some semblance of normal life, but she also knows she has unfinished business to attend to.

THE LASTTIMEI SAW HER by Karen Robards. In this world, Dr. Charlotte Stone skillfully probes the twisted minds of incarcerated serial killers to help nab those at large. But in the next world, Charlotte's ghostly lover is facing death yet again. THIEF by Mark Sullivan. Robin Monarch is a man with a complicated past and dangerous present. He's been a soldier, a CIA agent, and a freelance operative, but first and foremost Robin is a thief of the highest order. He steals now to give back to the woman who saved his life many years ago. SILENT CREED by Alex Kava. When Ryder Creed responds to a devastating mudslide in North Carolina, he knows that the difference between finding survivors and the dead is time. He and his sturdiest search-and-rescue dog, Bolo, get to work immediately, but there are secrets hidden under the mud and sludge — secrets someone would kill to protect. DEVIL'S BRIDGE by Linda Fairstein. The Manhattan waterfront is one of New York City's most magnificent vistas, boasting both the majestic Statue of Liberty and the George Washington Bridge. But Detective Mike Chapman will discover the peril that lurks along this seemingly benign expanse as he takes on the case of the disappearance of Alex Cooper.

New Non-fiction: AMERICAN WIFE: Love, War, Faith, and Renewal by Taya Kyle with Jim DeFelice. The widow of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle shares their private story: an unforgettable testament to the power of love and faith in the face of war and unimaginable loss.

New Wyoming Room Non-fiction: PIONEER WOMEN: Mid-wives, Doctors, and Healers by Denice Wheeler The previously unknown stories about pioneer women who made their home in southern Wyoming and in Utah. From midwives, who delivered babies under deplorable conditions, to women who partnered with more educated and sophisticated contemporaries. WILL ROGERS, PERFORMER by Richard J. Maturi and Mary Buckingham Maturi. Roger's life and performing career including vaudeville, stage, Ziegfeld Follies, radio, speaking, and motion pictures (both silents and talkies). Also includes sections on Will's children — James, Will Jr., and Mary.

New Young Adult Fiction: TRULY MADLY FAMOUSLY by Rebecca Serle. As Hollywood's newest starlet, Paige finds herself dodging photographers, hiding her feelings for her co-star, and navigating tabloid scandals that threaten to tear her relationship apart and end her career as quickly as it begun.

New Junior Fiction: THE COPPER GAUNTLET by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare. Call and his wolf companion Havoc join Aaron and Tamara in the search for the copper gauntlet, a magical tool that could spell disaster if it falls into the wrong hands.

New Junior Non-fiction: THE FIRST WORLD WAR by Conrad Mason. The story of the First World War, and the people that lived and died fighting it. DINOSAURS by Stephanie Turnbull. Find out about dinosaurs, their world, what they ate, and how they lived! RECIPES FROM MEXICO by Dana Meachen Rau. Awesome recipes from Mexico for morning meals, meats, side dishes, and sweets!

New Easy Reader: THE BE-RENSTAIN BEARS: GOOD DEED SCOUTS TO THE RESCUE by Jan and Mike Beren-stain. The Berenstain Bears rescue a kitten, help their neighbor with chores, and find a lost cub's mother.

New Bible Book: THE PUMPKIN PATCH PARABLE by Liz Curtis Higgs and illustrated by Nancy Munger. A farmer inspires his neighbors when he turns a simple pumpkin into a glorious sight. Donated by Heidi Mills.

New Picture Books: SAY WHAT? By Angela DiTerlizzi and illustrated by Joey Chou. A little boy and his mom wonder what baby animals really mean when they make their adorable baby animal sounds. BEAR COUNTS by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman. Count along with bear as he picnics, swims, and plays with his forest friends!

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Original Publication Date: November 5, 2015

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