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Featured This Month!
Nicole Brazil – Service Desk Volunteer
Though Nicole is one of our newest volunteers, we can’t imagine the library without her! She is also new to Keizer, having just moved here from San Diego in March.
Nicole volunteers on Mondays and Tuesdays, and when she’s not spending her time with us she can be found volunteering at the Marion County Animal Shelter or, of course, reading.
Nicole’s favorite books are historical fiction, and she especially enjoys those authored by Martha Hall Kelly and Kristin Hannah (our featured author of the month).
Featured Author – Kristin
“Kristin Hannah is an award-winning and bestselling author of more than 20 novels including the international blockbuster, The Nightingale, Winter Garden, Night Road, and Firefly Lane. Her novel, The Nightingale, has been published in 43 languages and is currently in movie production at TriStar Pictures, which also optioned her novel, The Great Alone. Her novel, Home Front has been optioned for film by 1492 Films (produced the Oscar-nominated The Help) with Chris Columbus attached to direct.
Kristin is a former-lawyer-turned writer who lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband. Her novel, Firefly Lane, became a runaway bestseller in 2009, a touchstone novel that brought women together, and The Nightingale, in 2015 was voted a best book of the year by Amazon, Buzzfeed, iTunes, Library Journal, Paste, The Wall Street Journal and The Week. Additionally, the novel won the coveted Goodreads and People’s Choice Awards. The audiobook of The Nightingale won the Audiobook of the Year Award in the fiction category.” From kristinhannah.com
Visit our display which honors some of the well known and lesser known heroes of that time. We have several books and movies that you can check out to learn more about what happened and how to keep it from ever happening again.
The Holocaust was Nazi Germany’s deliberate, organized, state-sponsored persecution and machine like murder of approximately six million European Jews and at least five million prisoners of war, Romany (Gypsies), Slavs (Poles, Russians), Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals and physically and mentally disabled people.