New books available at Pathfinder
BALDWIN — Come and join us at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 11 for “Wednesday with a Ranger” program at the US Forest Service Building, 650 Michigan Avenue, in Baldwin.
Back by popular demand — “Look - There’s a Bear!” will be hosted by Katie Keen, Department of Natural Recourses Wildlife Technician. This interesting program will include local history of black bears, their habits and biology, and tips for what you can do to discourage bear visits.
The Pathfinder Library will offer it’s annual Summer Reading Contest starting July 1 until Aug. 1. Certificates for a free ice cream cone from Dairy Queen will be awarded to children pre-k through 4th graders who read four books a week and children 5th to 12th grade who read six books a week.
Grand prizes will be awarded at the end of the contest to children who read the most books overall in their group. Sign up sheets are available at the front desk.
Book of the week: “Death and a Pot of Chowder - a Maine murder mystery” by Cornelia Kidd. Maine’s Quarry Island has a tight-knit community that’s built on a rock-solid foundation of family, tradition and hard work. But even on this small island, where everyone knows their neighbors, there are secrets that no one would dare to whisper. (Amazon.com)
New Mystery: “Dark Turns,” by Cate Holahan; “The Girl From Blind River,” by Gale Massey; “Final Resting Place,” by Jonathan Putnam; “Under Your Skin,” by Sabine Durrant; and “The Spook in the Stacks,” by Eva Gates.
New Fiction: “The Favorite Sister,” by Jessica Knoll; “The Death of Mrs Westaway,” by Ruth Ware,;”Honeysuckle Dreams,” by Denise Hunter; “The Fortune Teller,” by Gwendolyn Womack; “Circe,” by Madeline Miller; “Lululemons,” by Lauren Weisberger; “The Book of Lost Fragrances,” by M.J. Rose; “Never Too Late,” by Raeanne Thayne; “The Pharaoh Key,” by Preston & Child; “Say Nothing,” by Brad Parks; and “Our Kind of Cruelty,” by Araminta Hall.
New Kids; “I Love Dad,” by Eric Carle; “Grandpa Green,” by Lane Smith; “I Love You Daddy,” by Jillian Harker; “Quick as a Cricket,” by Audrey Wood; “Please and Thank You Book,” by Richard Scarry; “Sleepy Dog,” by Harriet Ziefert; “Millions of Cats,” by Wanda Gag; “Sue Likes Blue,” by Barbara Gregorich; and “The Big Orange Splot,” by Daniel Pinkwater.
New Audio Books: “Shelter in Place,” by Nora Roberts; “Accidental Heroes,” by Danielle Steel; and “The Which Way Tree,” by Elizabeth Crook.
New DVD: “Red Sparrow,” “Winchester,” “Black Panther,” “Game Night,” “The Accountant,” “The Greatest Showman,” “The Sum of all Fears,” “The Other Boleyn Girl,” “The Duchess,” “Paddington 2,” “Thank You For Your Service,” and “Pitch Perfect 3”.