CINEMA SATURDAY: MCFARLAND, USA (PG), MAIN LIBRARY

Bring the whole family to see Disney's McFarland USA, a feel-good movie about a group of underdogs from McFarland, California who overcame all odds to make it to the Cross Country State Championships. They seemed destined to fail, but as a team they learn that with enough work and determination, they can surprise even themselves. Based on a true story. You won't want to miss this one!

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After Dinner Books: The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman, Main Library

Tom and Isabel Sherbourne live an isolated life as keepers of the lighthouse on Janus Rock in Australia when a boat washes up onshore carrying a dead man and a baby girl. Tom’s instinct to hand the child and man to the authorities is contradicted by Isabel who believes the infant is a “gift from God” and insists they adopt her. This book explores the morality and consequences of their decision.
Books will be available at the Reference Desk.

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After Dinner Books: Paper Towns by John Green, Main Library

Margo Roth Spiegelman is the dazzling, provocative, lifetime crush of Quentin “Q” Jacobsen. During his senior year, she breaks the routine monotony of his everyday life one night by recruiting his assistance in her adventurous plot for revenge, after which she suspiciously goes missing. Q sets out to find Margo using the clues she’s left behind and in the process learns that Margo is not the girl he believed her to be.
Books will be available at the Reference Desk.

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Cinema Saturdays: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (PG), Ogden Valley Branch

Have you ever had a terrible, rotton, no good sort of day? For young Alexander, those days seem to outnumber the bad, and lead him to wonder if he's the only kid on the planet cursed with such luck. Until one day, when his entire family joins the horrible action--and becomes all the stronger for it.

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