YA FIC: Falling Over Sideways by Jordan Sonnenblick

November: Young Adult Fiction Pick Falling Over Sideways for musicians, and fans of realistic fiction with family trauma and bullying. – Robin Check out this book trailer! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=661VUuicrEk   It’s not easy being Claire. (Really.)   Claire’s life is a

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J FIC: The Wizards of Once by Cressida Cowell

November: Juvenile Fiction Pick The Wizards of Once, by the author of the How to Train Your Dragon Series, is the magical adventure of a wizard boy and warrior girl, enemies who join forces to defeat a great evil. –

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PIC FIC: Sleep Tight Farm: A Farm Prepares for Winter by Eugenie Doyle, Becca Stadtlander

November: Young Reader Pick This picture book follows a farm as it prepares for winter harvesting, canning, storing and winter protections.  The lyrical prose and colorful illustration combine to create an new classic, for fans of The Little House, and

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November Exhibit: France Hilbert

The Northeast Harbor Library will open an exhibit featuring Bar Harbor artist France Hilbert on view until November 30th.  The exhibition will feature 50 works by Hilbert, including from her Daily News series, as well as paintings, drawings, and sculpture.

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NONFIC: Zapped: From Infrared to Xrays, the Curious History of Invisible Light by Bob Berman

October: NonFiction This is physics for the non scientist.  While I’m not sure I agree with everything he says, it’s helping me to make sense of the modern world, in which there are so many different  kinds of energy present.

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