New books available at Pathfinder Library
BALDWIN — Come and join us for Wendy and DB from 11 a.m. to noon on Saturday, July 21, at the Pathfinder Library.
Wendy and DB, a dynamic duo/band from Chicago, address the important messages for children and all people that we need to work together, be happy, feel our feelings, take care of our wonderful world and all the folks that live in it. Come and listen to this wonderful event.
Join us for “Wednesday Night With a Ranger” on July 25. The topic will be: The National Trails Act and Wild and Scenic River Act: Celebrating 50 years of the creation and protection of some of Americans’ favorite places.
Fifty years ago, the nation determined a need to protect the special trails and waterways of our country. Dave Jaunese will discuss how you can enjoy the treasures of area rivers and trails and how you can help protect them.
New Fiction: “How It Happened,” by Michael Koryta; “Winter in the Blood,” by James Welch; “The Darkest Child,” by Delores Phillips; “Visible Empire,” by Hannah Pittard; and “The Dependents,” by Katharine Dion.
New Mystery: “Just Between Us,” by Rebecca Drake; “The Names of Dead Girls,” by Eric Rickstad; and “If You Knew Her,” by Emily Elgar.
New Non Fiction: “The Bedford Boys,” by Alex Kershaw; “What the Eyes Don’t See,” by Mona Hanna-Attisha; “Simply Keto,” by Suzanne Ryan; “Goodbye, Sweet Girl,” by Kelly Sundberg; “The Wind On Your Cheek,” by William Schaidach; “The Navajo,” by Clyde Klluckhorn; “The White Man’s Indian,” by Robert Berkhofer; and “A Voice in Her Tribe - a Navajo Woman’s Own Story,” by Irene Stewart.
New Kids: “The First Book of Number Rhymes,” by Pamela Adams; “Grandfather’s Cake,” by David McPhail; “Mr. Buzz the Beeman,” by Allen Ahlberg; “An Elephant & Piggie Biggie,” by Mo Willems; “Mrs.Lather’s Laundry,” by Allen Ahlberg; “Uncle Wiggly to the Rescue;” by Howard Garis; “Mr. and Mrs. Hay the Horse,” by Allen Ahlberg; “Mr. Pig and Sonny Too,” by Lillian Hoban; “Mrs. Plug the Plummer,” by Allen Ahlberg; and “Mrs. Wobble the Waitress,” by Allen Ahlberg.
New Young Adult: “Dog Man and Cat Kid,” by Dav Pilkey,