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😔Sorry everyone... LIBRARY CLOSED Saturday, January 25th
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This is book One in a dystopian fantasy series of magic and mayhem. The trilogy was complete in 2019.
The Giller Prize winner from 2007 takes place in 1975. A time when radio was giving place to television in the far north and oil exploration threatens a way of life.
The story of two teenagers during World War II (WWII), one a blind girl in Nazi-occupied France, the other a German orphan boy pressed into service by the Nazi army.
The Zookeeper's Wife is a non-fiction book written by the poet and naturalist Diane Ackerman. Drawing on the unpublished diary of Antonina Żabińska, it recounts the true story of how Antonina and her husband, Jan Żabiński, director of the Warsaw Zoo, saved the lives of 300 Jews who had been imprisoned in the Warsaw Ghetto following the German invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939.
This is book one of a story arc of 10 books featuring adolescent amateur detective Flavia de Luce. Written by english author Alan Bradley, these are delightful twisty mysteries.
I'm breaking my rules here with a current title but anyone who reads Canadian author Terry Fallis will be delighted with this 2019 title about a teenager and the game of golf.

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