On The Shelf by Paul 11/29/17

Issue 2017 – 13
What’s New in the Library
Several books, new to the library, have arrived on our shelves, and are just waiting for someone to come check them out and read them. Here they are:

Fiction:
Jonathan Livingston Seagull, by Richard Bach
The Trouble with Tom, by Eunice Banks (local author)
Destroyer Angel & Boar Island, by Nevada Barr (books #14 & 15 in the Anna Pigeon series)
The Fountains of Paradise, by Arthur C. Clarke
Diana’s Altar, by Barbara Cleverly (book #13 in the Joe Sandilands series)
The Empty Throne, Warriors of the Storm, & The Flame Bearer, byBernard Cornwell (books #8-10 in the Last Kingdom series)
Plum Spooky, by Janet Evanovich (book #14.5 in the Numbers series)
The Sound and the Fury, by William Faulkner
The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green
The Jericho Pact, by Rachel Lee
Bring Up the Bodies, by Hilary Mantel (book #2 in the Thomas Cromwell trilogy; winner of the 2012 Man Booker Prize)
The Bees, by Laline Paull
Glass Houses, by Louise Penny (book #13 in the Armand Gamache series)
Maine, by J. Courtney Sullivan
The Puffin of Death, by Betty Webb (book #4 in the Gunn Zoo series)
In This Grave Hour, by Jacqueline Winspear (book #13 in the Maisie Dobbs series)

Non-fiction:
The Black Door, by Richard Aldrich & Rory Cormac
Morning in the Burned House, by Margaret Atwood (poetry)
The Day After Roswell, by Philip J. Corso
Backyard Bandits, by David D. Oliphant, Jr.
The Book of Love, by Rumi (poetry)
Walden, by Henry David Thoreau
The Same River Twice, by Alice Walker

Audio books (CD):
The Elegance of the Hedgehog, by Muriel Barbery
The American Heiress, by Daisy Goodwin
Why We Suck, by Denis Leary
Destiny of the Republic, by Candice Millard
Guilty Wives, by James Patterson
Counselor: A Life at the Edge of History, by Ted Sorenson
Numbers, by Rachel Ward

Audio books (cassette):
Hornet Flight, by Ken Follett
The Bluest Eye, by Toni Morrison

The easiest way to find the books that are new to the library is to go to the shelf directly in front of you when you come in the door. Audio books are shelved on your left, as you enter the library. Of course, we encourage you to browse your way through the entire library. Whoever is on duty at the time will be glad to give you the complete “library tour” (it only takes about five minutes, since we are a small library — but with a big heart).

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