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New January Movies

As Above, So Below (Feature Film) Miles of twisting catacombs lie beneath the streets of Paris, the eternal home to countless souls. When a team of explorers ventures into the uncharted maze of bones, they uncover the secret of what this city of the dead was meant to contain. A journey into madness and terror, […]

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Lion Sighting in Hawaii

Lion sends his best wishes from the sunny state of Hawaii. While reading on the beach he is thinking about his friends in Lake Orion who are enjoying all the snow! He also hopes everyone has lots of good books to snuggle in with on those snow days off from school.

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Doggone Readers Maggie

Doggone “Loveable” Readers

Love dogs? Love reading? Maggie and Midas would love to have you read to them. As a bonus each time you read you will receive a stamp. After you have four stamps you can pick a free book of your choice. Call the Youth desk at 248.693.3002 to schedule a time to read to our […]

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Soundtrack

New January Music

Mockingjay Part 1 – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Summary:  One of the most anticipated films of 2014 comes with an equally anticipated soundtrack, which was curated by Lorde and includes her new single Yellow Flicker Beat. Contents:  Meltdown (Stromae feat. Lorde, Pusha T, Q-Tip and Haim) — Dead Air (Chvrches) — Scream My Name (Tove […]

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13 Soldiers by John McCain and Mark Salter book cover

January New Large Print

The library received some wonderful new Large Print titles in January.  Below are a couple we think sound really interesting, but you can see the whole list HERE. John McCain’s evocative history of Americans at war, told through the personal accounts of thirteen remarkable soldiers who fought in major military conflicts, from the Revolutionary War of 1776 […]

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Search: How the Data Explosion is Making Us Smarter by Stefan Weitz

New January Nonfiction

Search: How the Data Explosion is Making Us Smarter By Stefan Weitz Summary:  Search is as old as language. We’ve always needed to find something in the jumble of human creation. The first web was nothing more than passing verbal histories down the generations so others could find and remember how not to get eaten; […]

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