‘Until Tuesday,’ Luis & Tuesday’s story

Author and Iraq War veteran Luis Carlos Montalvan and his service dog, Tuesday, will be here at the Auburn Public Library August 3 4-7PM  to share the story of how they saved each other.  This event is open to all ages and will include a demonstration of how Tuesday assists Capt. Montalvan in his daily life.  There will be a Q&A session, copies of his two books for sale (“Until Tuesday” and “Tuesday Tucks Me In”), a book signing, and photo opportunities.

Space is limited. Stop by the Reference Desk to pick up your free ticket, or call us for more information.

Don’t miss this amazing event!

KIDS! Meet a Local Hero

Join us on Wednesday July 22nd at 10 am to meet Auburn Police Department Corporal Kris Bouchard and his canine partner, Dutch. Dutch is a pure-bred German Shepard and has been trained at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy along with his handler, Corporal Bouchard. They will give a demonstration of how he and Dutch work together to keep our community safe. Free. For more information, please call the library at 333-6640 ext.3

Telescope available for loan!

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, with my mighty telescope you are not all that far. Thanks to a grant from the Cornerstones of Science, the Auburn Public Library now has a telescope that Auburn Library cardholders can borrow for a one week period. The warmer nights provide an amazing opportunity to introduce yourself or family members to the wonder of astronomy. To reserve the telescope call 333-6640 Ext. 4 or visit us on the second floor of the Auburn Public Library.

TEENS! Comic Book Workshop

Just a reminder that our APL Presents Comic Book Workshop with Mike Jordan is coming up on July 14th & 21st.  Teens who like to draw and/or write and are between the ages of 12-18 are invited to be a part of the staff for this special summer issue of APL Presents.  This program requires pre-registration, and teens registering must be available on both dates. There are still a few spots available. To register, go to the program calendar or call the Reference Desk at 333-6640, ext. 4.

My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me, by Jennifer Teege

My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me, by Jennifer Teege

grandfather“When Jennifer Teege, a German-Nigerian woman, happened to pluck a library book from the shelf, she had no idea that her life would be irrevocably altered.  In the book, she discovers a horrifying fact: Her grandfather was Amon Goeth, the vicious Nazi commandant.  This is the story of Teege’s quest to unearth and comprehend her family’s history.”

Confronting Capitalism, by Philip Kotler

Confronting Capitalism, by Philip Kotler

capitalism“With piercing clarity, Philip Kotler explains 14 major problems undermining capitalism, including persistent poverty, job creation in the face of automation, high debt burdens, the disproportionate influence of the wealthy on public policy, steep environmental costs, boom-bust economic cycles, and more. … Confronting Capitalism delivers a heartening message: We can turn things around.”

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