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Library picks


Wups

Wups

— Elvee Bell

Wups is based on a true story. She is a childhood pet given a new lease on life.
It is a love story between her and her master Jack. She is a faithful, loving and obedient dog as well as a protector of jack and his animals. But one day Jack calls for WUPS and she does not come.

Young Readers age 4 to 8
Non-Fiction Adults - Teenagers
Giselle

Giselle

— Sandra Jane Maidwell

Giselle’s story is not the usual one. She can’t tell you about trick or treating, or about airplane rides, or train trips, or museum days. She can’t tell you about parents either, or about brothers and sisters. But, she can tell you about grandfathers, innkeepers, lighthouses, fishermen, a pig named frank, and an island called Almond Island.
Fiction - Sci Fi & Fantasy Children
My parent’s are Aliens … and I don’t like peanut butter!

My parent’s are Aliens … and I don’t like peanut butter!

— Sandra Jane Maidwell

Imagine that your parents are actually from another planet. A planet so far away they didn’t even travel on a space ship to get to you. Thought you had it bad? Rebecca must come to terms with the fact that her adoptive parents are from another universe. Furthermore: who are Rebecca’s real parents anyway, and what will they do to her now that they are “on the loose”? And can’t Ms. Agnes, Rebecca’s teacher, just adopt her already?
Fiction - Sci Fi & Fantasy Children
My child is sick!

My child is sick!

— Barton D. Schmitt, MD, Faap

Treating your sick child can be a daunting experience. You want to ensure the best for him or her, but you also know that every illness doesn’t require a trip to the doctor’s office or emergency department.
Health, Mind & Body Adults
The behaviour guru

The behaviour guru

— Tom Bennett

Being a teacher isn’t all about teaching; new teachers quickly realize that they need to be lion tamers too. Controlling a class isn’t something that comes naturally to everyone – but it can be learned. This no-nonsense guide tells teachers what the teacher training didn’t and offers instant strategies for dealing with the most common
Non-Fiction Adults
How to hear your angels

How to hear your angels

— Doreen Virtue, Ph.D.

This is a step-by-step manual on how to clearly receive messages from your angels and guides. The material was collected from Doreen Virtue’s bestseller Messages from Your Angels and from her workshops.
Religion & Spirituality Adults
We Robot

We Robot

— Mark Stephen Meadows

How close to becoming reality are our favorite science fiction robots? And what might be the real-life consequences of their existence? Robotics and artificial intelligence expert Mark Meadows answers these questions with an irresistible blend of hard science, futurist imagination, solid statistics, and plenty of humor
Non-Fiction - Technology & Computers Adults
Damaged

Damaged

— Alex Kava

Preparing Pensacola Beach, Florida, for a severe hurricane, the Coast Guard finds an oversized fishing cooler filled with body parts tightly wrapped in plastic floating offshore. Special Agent Maggie O’Dell is sent to investigate, despite the fact that she is putting herself in the projected part of the hurricane
Fiction - Mystery & Thrillers Adults
The horns of ruin

The horns of ruin

— Tim Akers

Eva, forsaken by her parents and forgotten by her family was the last child dedicated to the Cult of Morgan. Morgan, god of battle, was assassinated by his brother, Amon. Over time, the Cult of Morgan has been surpassed by other gods, Morgan’s blessings ignored in favor of mechanical miracles
Sci Fi & Fantasy Adults
The almost moon

The almost moon

— Alice Sebold

This is a portrait of a mother –daughter bond that descends into murder. Clair and Helen Knightly are a parent and child locked in a relationship so unrelenting that they have become the center of each other’s worlds.
Fiction Adults
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