New at the Library this week:
New in the library for adult fiction are “The Secret Wife” and “No Place for a Lady” by Gill Paul; and in large print “The Girl Who Knew Too Much” and “The Other Lady Vanishes” by Amanda Quick. Adult nonfiction includes the biography “The Mastermind: Drugs, Empire, Murder, Betrayal” by Evan Ratliff about Paul Calder Le Roux, the powerful internet-enabled drug lord cartel. More adult educational lecture DVDs with course guidebooks from The Great Courses selection are “The World’s Greatest Geological Wonders: 36 Spectacular Sites”; “Customs of the World: Using Cultural Intelligence to Adapt, Wherever You Are”; “Mastering Stage Presence: How to Present to Any Audience”; “Museum Masterpieces: the Metropolitan Museum of Art”; “People and Culture of the World”; “Writing Creative Nonfiction”; “Money Management Skills”; “Boosting Your Emotional Intelligence”; “The Mayo Clinic Guide to Pain Relief”; “The Aging Brain”; and “A Children’s Guide to Folklore and Wonder Tales”.
For junior fiction there are two new Starlight Animal Rescue novels: “Wild Cat” and “Dark Horse” by Dandi Daley Mackall; “A Swiftly Tilting Planet”, the 3rd book in A Wrinkle in Time series by Madeleine L’Engle; and “The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle” by Leslie Connor, a suspense novel involving bullying and murder. In junior nonfiction we’ve added the biography “The Girl Who Drew Butterflies: How Maria Merian’s Art Changed Science” by Joyce Sidman.
For the younger kids there’s “Rescue & Jessica: a Life-Changing Friendship” by Jessica Kensky about a service dog who is paired with a girl who has lost her legs. So come on in and check us out.
New magazines are Consumer Reports, North Dakota Living, Diabetic Living, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and Self-reliance.