New at the Library this week:
New in the library for adults is another In Death books by J.D. Robb “Ritual in Death & Missing in Death”; the large print versions of “The Forgotten Room”, “The Third Gate”, and “Deep Storm” all by Lincoln Child; another Amish Inn Mystery, “A Fatal Harvest” by Rachael O. Phillips; the western “Hang Him Twice”, a Trail West novel by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone; the science fiction “The Slow Regard of Silent Things”, a Kingkiller Chronicle novella by Patrick Rothfuss; the biographies “Prairie Fires: the American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder” by Caroline Fraser, and “Jackie, Janet & Lee: the Secret lives of Janet Auchincloss and her daughters, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Lee Radziwill” by J. Randy Taraborrelli; and an adult audiobook “It’s all Relative: Adventures Up and Down the World’s Family Tree” written and read by A. J. Jacobs.
For the young adults there’s “Hunger: A Tale of Courage” by Donna Jo Napoli, a historical fiction story about the Irish potato famine in Ireland in 1846.
For the juniors there’s “Love Sugar Magic: A Dash of Trouble” by Anna Meriano the first in a series about a Mexican family that adds a bit of sweet magic to everything they bake in their family owned bakery in Texas.
For the younger children there’s “Valensteins: (a Love Story)” by Ethan Long; and the first four books in the Princess in Black series by Shannon Hale: “The Princess in Black”, “The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party”, “The Princess in Black and the Hungry Bunny Horde”, and “The Princess in Black Takes a Vacation” where Princess Magnolia turns into a superhero when she becomes the Princess in Black. Come on in and check us out.
New magazines this week are Horse Illustrated, Ranger Rick, Christianity Today, Guideposts, Mayo Clinic Health Letter, Money, ND Outdoors, Successful Farming, Time, Self-Reliance, Good Old Days, People, Sports Illustrated, Better Homes and Gardens, Bird Watching, Family Circle, Sky & Telescope, and Smithsonian. It was another week that brought lots of new reading materials.
These magazines are available for checkout, just as our books,
or you can browse them at the comfortable tables in our reading area.