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Newsletter 2016-12-02

New Nonfiction:

  • Homeschooling in Wisconsin: At Home With Learning, 7th ed., newly illustrated, by the Wisconsin Parents Association.  The Appendix includes information on homeschooling laws and state statutes.

New DVDs:

  • Saint Nicholas: the Real Story, directed by Stuart Lachlan Bennett.  The true story of Saint Nicholas is revealed.  He was the bishop of Myra, now called Demre, in the country of Turkey, from March 15, 270 to December 6, 343, when he died.  He was a courageous man of god, who stood for the truth at a critical time in church history.
  • The Star of Bethlehem, produced by Rochelle De Sa; directed by Stephen Vidano; and produced by Stephen McEveety.  Frederick A. Larson narrates his research of an astronomical mystery.  A star is described in the Gospel of Matthew heralding the birth of Jesus of Nazareth.

Monday, December 19th seven 1st graders from N-O-W’s CLC Afterschool program will visit Norwalk Public Library from 4 to 5:30 pm.  They’ll make a Santa Claus craft, and listen to The Gift of the Magi, by O. Henry and Robert Frost’s poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, beautifully illustrated by Susan Jeffers.

The N-O-W Traveling Preschool Playgroup will return to Norwalk Wednesday, January 4th from 10 to 11:30 am.  Treats, stories, and games geared for preschoolers, with a chance for caregivers to talk to educators.

Friday, January 6, 2017 from 1:30 to 2:30 pm the Mystery Book Group will discuss Make Me, by Lee Child, the 20th book in the Jack Reacher series.  From NoveList, provided by BadgerLink:  “Jack Reacher is back. Jack gets off a train at an isolated town. Soon, he is learning much more about the town, and its residents are learning not to mess around with Jack Reacher. Readers new to this series will find this book a good starting point, and fans will be pleased to see Jack again. — Jenna Persick for LibraryReads.”

Newsletter 2016-11-18

New Nonfiction:

  • Modern physics and ancient faith, by Stephen M. Barr.  “Explains modern physics to general readers without oversimplification. Using the insights of modern physics, this book reveals that modern scientific discoveries and religious faith are deeply consonant. It is aimed at anyone with an interest in science and religion.”