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Library picks


The squeaky wheel

The squeaky wheel

— Guy Winch

Today we complain about everything – yet most of us grumble and vent neither expecting nor getting meaningful resolutions. Wasting prodigious amounts of time and energy on unproductive complaints can take an emotional and psychological toll on our moods and well-being. We desperately need to relearn the art of complaining effectively.
Non-Fiction Adults
Atoms & Eden: Conversations on Religion & Science

Atoms & Eden: Conversations on Religion & Science

— Steve Paulson

Here is an unprecedented collection of twenty freewheeling and revealing interviews with major players in the ongoing – increasingly heated – debate about the relationship between religion and science.
Steve Paulson explores this complex subject with a host of intellectual luminaries. The interviewees include Christians, Buddhists, Jews, and Muslims, as well as agnostics and atheists.
Religion & Spirituality - Science Adults
Bivouac

Bivouac

— Kwame Dawes

When his father dies in suspicious circumstances, Ferron Morgan’s trauma is increased by the conflict within his family and his father’s friends over whether the death is the result of medical negligence or a political assassination. Ferron has lived in awe of his father’s radical commitments but is forced to admit that, with the 1980s’ resurgence of the political Right in the Caribbean, his father had lost faith.
Fiction Adults
A billion reasons why

A billion reasons why

— Kristin Billerbeck

Katie McKenna is leading a perfect life with her soon-to-be fiancé, Dexter. And then in walks Luc DeForges, her bold breathtaking ex-boyfriend. Only now he’s a millionaire. And he wants her to go home to New Orleans to sing for a friend’s wedding, as his date. But Katie made up her mind about Luc eight years ago, after a very public breakup.
Fiction - Romance Adults
Season of the witch

Season of the witch

— Natasha Mostert

Gabriel Blackstone makes an excellent living stealing other people’s secrets. When a former lover asks him to look into the disappearance of her stepson, Gabriel’s investigations lead him to a rambling Victorian home where time seems to stand still. Gabriel becomes increasingly bewitched by the house, and by its owners, the beautiful, enigmatic Morrighan and Minnaloushe Monk.
Fiction - Mystery & Thrillers - Sci Fi & Fantasy Adults
I love Mommies and Daddies

I love Mommies and Daddies

— Joy Berry

'I Love Mommies and Daddies' (I Love series) helps children understand the role their parents play in their lives. Joy Berry's pragmatic approach teaches children that Mommy and Daddy love them and that they need to make decisions that keep them safe, healthy, and happy. Like all of Joy Berry's books, 'I Love Mommies and Daddies' speaks directly to the child and acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers.
Comics & Graphic Novels Adults
I love brothers and sisters

I love brothers and sisters

— Joy Berry

I Love Brothers and Sisters (Teach Me About series) introduces sibling relationships to toddlers. Joy Berry’s pragmatic approach will make the reader feel secure in his or her place in the family. Like all of Joy Berry’s books, I Love Brothers and Sisters speaks directly to the child and acts as a problem-solving resource for parents and caregivers.
Comics & Graphic Novels Adults
Kittens love

Kittens love

— Lisa McCue’s

There’s nothing cuter than a kitten!
And there’s nothing more lovable than a kitten doing what it loves- jumping, playing, climbing, napping, and curling up in someone’s lap. You’ll love discovering what these kittens love best of all.

Young Readers age 0 to 4
Comics & Graphic Novels Children
My first Batman book

My first Batman book

— David Katz

A glow –in – the – Dark bat –signal tells Batman there’s trouble. His bat mobile zooms down the street. Batman swings around Gotham city on a bat rope. Six interactive features make for endless fun. For Batman fans of all ages.
Comics & Graphic Novels Children
Indigo Blues

Indigo Blues

— Danielle Joseph

I never asked to be famous – or infamous. Such is my fate for briefly dating (and dumping) Adam Spade. Yes, the Adam from the indie rock band who wrote “Indigo Blues” – the song that gave the band overnight success, propelled them to New York City, and stole my precious anonymity. Now I’m pawed by fans, stalked by reporters, and pegged as a vicious heartbreaker. And Adam is still calling me. Doesn’t he have better things to do?
Fiction - Romance Teenagers
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