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Library Corner by Gloria Kinley & Library Lines by Andrea Trembath

Library Lines October 11th

Between Sisters by Cathy Kelly. Meet the women of Delaney Gardens, a bustling suburban village in the outer reaches of Dublin. There's Cassie, who's spent her married life doing everything right for her children, husband, and mother-in-law, yet feels so exhausted that "wine o'clock" comes a little earlier each afternoon. There's her sister Coco, who runs a vintage dress shop, but has avoided the complications of romantic commitment. Watching over them is their grandmother Pearl, who, despite caring deeply for her family, is contending with a long-buried secret. And then there's Elsa, the polished face of daytime TV, who's triumphed over demons before, but is now facing her toughest battle yet. At every crossroad these women face, readers are taken deeper into the heart of what it means to be a family. 

From Mountie to Bush Pilot- Saskatchewan boy joins the RCMP and then goes bush flying. This is a story about a young fellow growing up in small town Saskatchewan and wanting to have an interesting career with a reasonable amount of compensation for his efforts. The period of time was the 1930s and that taught him a bit about money. When 25 cents was enough to spend on Saturday night for a picture show or some ice cream. 

Sewing Dress Up- 35 cute and easy costumes for kids including doctor, witch, gladiator, dinosaur and an angel. There are patterns for birthdays, Christmas, Halloween and more.


Krista Law