New at the Library this week:
New in the library for adult fiction are “Never Tell” by Lisa Gardner; “What Do You Do All Day?” and “A Fireproof Home for the Bride” by Amy Scheibe; “Northern Lights” by Raymond Strom; “A Road We do Not Know: a Novel of Custer at the Little Big Horn” by Frederick J. Chiaventone; “Rewriting History: a Randy McKay Mystery” by Paula F. Winskye; from the Leaphorn, Chee & Manuelito series by Anne Hillerman there are: “Cave of Bones”, “Song of the Lion” in audiobook format, and “Spider Woman’s Daughter” and “Rock With Wings” in both the book and audiobook formats; more of the Chief Inspector Gamache novels by Louise Penny: “Bury Your Dead”, “The Hangman”, “A Trick of the Light”, “The Beautiful Mystery”, “How the Light Gets In”, “The Long Way Home”, “A Great Reckoning”, “The Nature of the Beast”, and Glass Houses”; in large print there’s “Elevation” by Stephen King; and in the western section we have “The Old Wolves”, a Rusty Spurr novel by Peter Brandvold.
Adult nonfiction includes the “The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter” by Magareta Magnusson (in both book and audiobook formats); “Setting Limits With Your Strong-Willed Teen: Eliminating Conflict by Establishing Clear, Firm, and Respectful Boundaries” by Robert J. MacKenzie; and “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup” by John Carreyrou, about Elizabeth Holmes and the biggest corporate fraud since Enron.
North Dakota nonfiction includes “An Average Schmuck Writes a Running Book” by Tracy B. Vetter, a humorous look at running in North Dakota; a new Delorme North Dakota Atlas & Gazetteer”; and in the biography section “The Marquis De Mores: Dakota Capitalist, French Nationalist” and “Alfred Dickey: the Last Good Work of His Life”, the businessman, politician, and philanthropist for whom the Alfred Dickey Free Library in Jamestown is named, written by Keith Norman.
For junior fiction we have “Lion Down” by Stuart Gibbs, book 5 in the FunJungle series; and “The Truth About my Dad”, “Climber the Cat”, and “The Do-Over” all by Georgia Bruton, who grew up in North Dakota, spent much of her life in Florida and now lives in North Carolina.
For the younger kids there’s “5 Minute Nursery Rhymes” donated thru the Striving Readers Grant received by the Rugby Public Schools, includes over 100 classic nursery rhymes, lullabies, and poems. So come on in and check us out.
New magazines include Consumer Reports, Time, Web MD, Horse Illustrated, People, Sports Illustrated, Working Mother, Eating Well, Parents, Successful Farming and Woman’s Day.