Friday, May 6, 2011

New Books & Library Happenings

Would you be interested in joining a bookclub at the library? What day & time would be best for you? What kind of books would you be interested in reading? Please call Susie at the library if you would be interested and to answer these questions.

New books this week are :
In Adult Fiction:

44 Charles Street by, Danielle Steel
Crunch Time by, Diana Mott Davidson
The Bird sisters by, Rebecca Rassmusen
I’ll Walk Alone by, Mary Higgins Clark
Chasing fire by, Nora Roberts
Toys by, James Patterson
Miles to go by, Richard Evans
The Sixth Man by, David Baldacci
Save Me by, Lisa Scottoline
Bel Air dead by, Stuart Woods
The House on Riverton by, Kate Morton
The Land of Painted Caves by, Jane Auel
Something Borrowed by, Emily Griffin
Praise Jerusalem by, Augusta Trobaugh
The Heart of Texas by, Debbie Macomber
Home Free, Déjà vu & Cross Roads by, Fern Michaels

In Audiobook:
A Raisin in the Sun by, Lorraine Hansberry
Jitters a Quirky Little Audiobook by, Adele Park

In Non-Fiction:
The Best Advise I Ever Got by, Katie Couric
Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by Laura Hillenbrand
Vesle Hans:Little Hans Comes to America by, Leona Hanson Weenas
A Paper Life by, Tatum O’Neil

In Adult fantasy:
Immortal with a Kiss by, Jaqueline LaPore

In Young adult:
Wolves Boys and Other Things That Might Kill me by, Kristen Chandler
What I Saw and How I Lied by, Judy Blundell
Cut by, Patricia McCormick
Black Cat by, Holly Black

In Juvenile Fiction:
Mockingbird by, Kathryn Erskine
Tracker by, Gary Paulsen