New Titles at the Library:

New at the Library this week:

New in the library for adults are “Poseidon’s Arrow”, “Typhoon Fury”, “The Pharaoh’s Secret”, and “Havana Storm” by Clive Cussler; large print versions of “Full Wolf Moon” by Lincoln Child and “Night Moves: an Alex Delaware Novel” by Jonathan Kellerman; and by North Dakota fiction writer Mary Ellen Erickson we have “Dontcha Know?: a Cozy Mystery with Humor”.  Two new adult North Dakota biographies are “The Pearson Girls:  a Family Memoir of the Dakota Plains” by Kathy L. Plotkin, a granddaughter of Charles and Inda Pearson who lived on a farm in Emmons County, North Dakota – this is the real-life story of Charles and Inda’s five spirited daughters who grew up during the homesteading hardships of drought, prairie fires, unbearable cold, and crop failures; and “Sister Secrets: a Brother’s Reveal” by Matthew Valan about his two sisters who growing up in the Red River Valley in rural North Dakota were too-late diagnosed with bipolar disorder — now one is dead and the other is in prison.  Adult nonfiction includes “Trace Your German Roots Online:  a Complete Guide to German Genealogy Websites” by James M. Beidler.

Junior books include books #3 – #7 of The Dragon Masters series by Tracey West:  “Secret of the Water Dragon”, “Power of the Fire Dragon”, “Song of the Poison Dragon”, “Flight of the Moon Dragon”, and “Search for the Lightning Dragon”; “Frank Einstein and the Space-Time Zipper”, the sixth Frank Einstein book by Jon Scieszka; “The Terrible Two Go Wild”, the 3rd in the Terrible Two series by Mac Barnett; and the junior biography “A Lady Has the Floor:  Belva Lockwood Speaks Out for Woman’s Rights” by Kate Hannigan.

For the younger children we have “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom” by Bill Martin, an alphabet rhyming story about what happens when the whole alphabet tries to climb a coconut tree.  So come on in and check us out.

New magazines are Horse Illustrated, North Dakota Living, Time, Martha Stewart Living, Shape, Successful Farming, Web MD, Lenswork, People, Sports Illustrated, WWII History, Cooking Light and Health.


These magazines are available for checkout, just as our books,

or you can browse them at the comfortable tables in our reading area.

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