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New Books at the Library

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Someday, Maybe by Onyi Nwabineli. Explore grief, loss and healing from the perspective of a young woman named Eve, who is part of a tight-knit Nigerian family when tragedy strikes. When Eve loses her husband to suicide, her idea of the world -- her happiness, her loving family and her doting husband -- shatters. How will Eve pick up the pieces of her life?

An Italian Girl in Brooklyn by Santa Montefiore
Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six by Lisa Unger
Next in Line by Jeffrey Archer (#5 – William Warwick series)
No Plan B by Lee Child and Andrew Child (#27 – Jack Reacher series)


Atlas of Dogs: Explore the Pas-some World of Pooches illustrated by Kelsey Heaton, written by Frances Evans. Satisfy your canine curiosity with this incredible who’s who of dogs. Meet more than 150 marvelous mutts from around the globe with detailed profiles and beautiful illustrations.

Revenge of the Raccoons by Vivek Shraya, illustrated by Juliana Neufeld
Jo Bright and the Seven Bots by Deborah Underwood, illustrated by Meg Hunt


The Seven Circles: Indigenous Teachings for Living Well by Chelsey Luger & Thosh Collins. The Seven Circles teaches us how to connect with the outdoors, with our community and with ourselves through Indigenous philosophies of health and happiness and intimate stories from the author’s lives growing up in tribal communities. Learn about food, movement, sleep, ceremony, sacred space, land and community.

My Country by George Canyon
The Inner Marriage: A Guide to Masculine & Feminine Polarity Work by Elliott Saxby

Librarian Pick

Iona Iverson’s Rules for Commuting by Clare Pooley. Nobody talks to strangers on the train. It’s a rule. But what would happen if they did? Every day Iona travels by train. Every day she sees the same people, known only by nickname: Impossibly-Pretty-Bookworm and Terribly-Lonely-Teenager. Of course, they never speak. Seasoned commuters never do. One morning, the man she calls Smart-But-Sexist-Manspreader chokes right in front of her. He’d have died were it not for the intervention of nurse Sanjay. This event starts a chain reaction, and this group of people with nothing in common discover that a chance encounter can blossom into much more. It turns out that talking to strangers can teach you about the world around you--and even more about yourself.

Laranda says: “A lovely read, very believable characters who established a network of friends across generations and classes, it was so touching how everyone stepped up to save each other when it was needed despite their varied differences.”

Library Tip

Audio Books: Do you have trouble seeing the words on traditional books? Do you travel lots and are bored of the radio? Do you want to optimize your time while doing mundane chores? Try an audio book! Available on Libby to listen on your device, or as CDs from the library to put in your stereo, we have many audio books available and can order in from other libraries as well. Ask a staff member for any questions.

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