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What's New At Your Library
  Still Alice by Lisa Genova

Feeling at the top of her game when she is suddenly diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease, Harvard psychologist Alice Howland struggles to find meaning and purpose in her life as her concept
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Jul 13   6:00 PM
Book Club and Friends' Meeting

Jul 16   4:00 PM
Carroll and Madison Library Board of Trustees Meeting

Jul 21   2:00 PM
Monthly Yarn and Yack

Jul 25   7:00 PM
Adult Movie Night

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Director's Corner
  Bonnie's Book Blurb

I am about half way through reading Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See" and it is AMAZING!!!! We are reading it for Book Club, as are many libraries around. The book takes places during the Nazi occupation of France in 1941. The two main characters are a blind girl in Paris and a German orphan, whose lives converge. The touching relationship between the girl and her father is so sweet. The dad does so much to protect her from the atrocities around them, much like the relationship between the boy and his father in the very intense book, "The Road". Get you name on the list to get a turn!!!!

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