A Message from the Barrington Public Library
Calling All Creative Types!
Enter the 3rd Annual Peeps Diorama Contest
April 7 - 14
see the BPL site for more details
For those of you who like hybrid books and/or Star Wars, this may be the book for you. And there are six titles in this series to enjoy. Also, if you go to author Tom Angleberger's website, you can submit photos of your own origami creations. Be sure to follow the guidelines provided.
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda (Origami Yoda #1), 2010
by Tom Angleberger
This book will just about break your heart and mend it together again. The story of two refugees new to America is a book I wish all readers could experience.
The Eleventh Trade, (2018)
by Alyssa Hollingsworth
I just took this out of the public library and it sounds pretty amazing for fantasy fans.
And good news: according to Goodreads this is the first in a series. The opening quote hooked me:
"It is a fact that all who have lived have lived through some loss and heartache. Yes, there is happiness, but everyone alive experiences sadness at one time or another. If you ache you are not unusual - friends disappoint, betrayal is real, and there is always the possibility of losing someone dear. It is worrisome to begin a story beneath shades of shadow and gloom but it is wise to remember that despite all the worry there is magic afoot."
Wizard for Hire (Wizard for Hire #1), (2018)
by Obert Skye
This is an incredibly interesting picture book biography about a well known actress whose real passion was inventing.
Hedy Lamarr's Double Life: Hollywood Legend and Brilliant Inventor, (2019)
words by Laurie Wallmark and pictures by Katy Wu
I was at a bookstore last month when I spotted this gem on a shelf. We don't own it yet but we will be sure to purchase it for the HMS Library.
Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy: A Graphic Novel: A Modern Retelling of Little Women, (2019)
words by Rey Terciero and pictures by Bre Indigo
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