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New Arrivals!

We have an interesting group of new arrivals in our book selections this week.  Biographies on Cesar Chavez and John Quincy Adams shed light on the lives of these two men and the times that brought them to power. A noted historian has delved into the mysteries of why we dress so sloppily in America today and a good short summer read can be found in “Can’t and Won’t” by Lydia Davis.  Adding to our poetry collection is “Sanctuary” by Patricia Monaghan.  This week we are also adding study guides for TASC which has replaced the GED exam and also the study guide for being certified as a “Nursing Assistant”

Here are our latest offerings.

Non Fiction:

“The wildlife friendly vegetable gardener” by Tammi Hartung

“The Lost Art of Dress” by Linda Przybyszewski

“Nursing Assistant, Nurse’s Aide Exam” fifth edition

“Crochet: the complete step by step guide”,    DK Publishing

“TASC: Test assessing secondary completion” (formerly the GED) by Kathy Zahler

“Sanctuary” by Patricia Monaghan

“The Crusades of Cesar Chavez” by Miriam Pawel

“John Quincy Adams: American Visionary” by Fred Kaplan


“A night in Shanghai”  by Nicole Mones

“Sarah Thornhill” by Kate Grenville

“The Lieutenant” by Kate Grenville

“Don’t look for me” by Loren Estleman

“A burnable book” by Bruce Holsinger

“Hyde”  by Daniel Levine

“You should have known”  by Jean Hanff Korelitz

“Can’t and won’t” by Lydia Davis

“The weight of blood” by Laura McHugh

“The visitors” by Patrick O’Keefe

“Kinder than solitude”  by Yiyun Li

“Steal the North” by Heather Brittain Bergstrom

Plan your vacation reading now! For any special requests you can use the link in the sidebar “log in, search and renew” or call the library for one of our friendly staff to help you. Please have  your library card at the ready for both situations.

Happy Summer Reading!