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See what books the library staff particularly recommend. Our tastes are all a little different, and we’re always falling in love with new titles.
Anthea is a poor orphan girl who has grown up being passed from relative to relative. When she is forced to move one last time to family she has never heard of, she finds an uncle and cousin who welcome her with open arms. She also discovers a world of wonderful...
The Maltese Falcon meets My Name is Asher Lev in Alaska. An alternate time line puts post World War II Jews in a temporary sanctuary around Sitka....
Ann Cleeves Brooding Shetland Series MesmerizesAnn Cleeves immediately won me over with Raven Black, the first novel in her Shetland Quartet. The...
I'd never read any Sarah Vowell before this book. What a wasted life. Here is a summary of the book from Goodreads: On...
SUMMARY FROM GOODREADS: February 1862. The Civil War is less than one year old. The fighting has begun in earnest, and the nation has...
Annabelle is a quiet young girl growing up in Pennsylvania during WWII. While she is aware of the war and her family does...
Rachel wants nothing more than to be a great soccer player, and she works hard to improve her skills, practicing almost every day with...
It's really impossible not to make comparisons between Andy Weir's new novel, Artemis, and his prior blockbuster, The Martian. The...
Delaney Grace is just a normal girl, living in a world where aliens have recently revealed their presence. They are very similar to humans in...
Finally a book for folks who love the outdoors and would love to enjoy it with their furry partners. My neighborhood isn't a safe place for...
Can one find happiness behind the wheel of a Lamborghini? How about in an nursing home? A dojo? Paula Poundstone's not entirely scientific inquiries...
Atmospheric and eerie, The Beast is an Animal is a tale of power and suspense, prejudice and fear. When the village is faced with hardship, the...
In this fantasy series, instead of one London, there are four: Black, Red, White, and Grey. Each London had it's own magic source, and travelers...
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