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New Books

The Boy from the Woods by Harlan Coben

A man with a mysterious past must find a missing teenage girl in this shocking thriller from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Run Away.

Enchantress of Numbers by Jennifer Chiaverini

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New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Chiaverini illuminates the life of Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace—Lord Byron’s daughter and the world’s first computer programmer.

Fates and Traitors: A Novel of John Wilkes Booth

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The New York Times bestselling author of Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker returns with a riveting work of historical fiction following the notorious John Wilkes Booth and the four women who kept his perilous confidence.

The Forgotten Home Child

The Home for Unwanted Girls meets Orphan Train in this unforgettable novel about a young girl caught in a scheme to rid England’s streets of destitute children, and the lengths she will go to find her way home—based on the true story of the British Home Children.

Gather at Home: Over 100 Simple Recipes, DIYs, and Inspiration for a Year of Occasions

Popular blogger and lifestyle influencer Monika Hibbs shares her favourite recipes and crafts to bring thoughtful touches to all of life's moments--big or small.

Journey of the Pharaohs by Clive Cussler

Kurt Austin and the NUMA crew risk everything to stop a cutthroat arms dealer from stealing a priceless ancient treasure in the thrilling new novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling grand master of adventure.

Last Girl Standing by Lisa Jackson

The best-selling sibling authors of the Wicked series present the story of a clique of popular girls whose high-school friendship is marked by a tragedy that continues to haunt them decades later.

Lethal Game by Christine Feehan

The sparks of unexpected passion ignite in this electrifying GhostWalker novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan.

Nobody Ever Talks About Anything But the End by Liz Levine

A genuinely moving, funny, and inventive account of loss and grief, mental illness and suicide, from film and TV producer Liz Levine (Story of a Girl), written in the aftermath of the deaths of her sister and best friend.

The Numbers Game by Danielle Steel

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In Danielle Steel’s stunning novel, modern relationships come together, fall apart, and are reinvented over time, proving that age is just a number.

Obsidian by Thomas King

Thumps DreadfulWater’s world is turned upside down when Nina Maslow, the producer of a true-crime reality-TV show, turns up dead after working on a cold case that Thumps has spent years trying to forget. What’s more, someone seems set on taunting Thumps, leaving reminders of the Obsidian murder case around town. Is it possible that the elusive serial killer who murdered his girlfriend and her daughter all those years ago has resurfaced in Chinook? Or is this the work of a copycat looking to mess with Thumps by stirring up memories from his past?

Summer Hours by Amy Mason Doan

Set in the mid ’90s and 2008, Amy Mason Doan’s Summer Hours is a vividly told, unforgettable novel about the unique experience of female coming of age, the seductive power of nostalgia, and what happens when you realize you haven’t become the person you’d always promised to be.
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New DVDs

Hustlers

Joker

The Addams Family

Zombieland: Double Tap

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New Junior and Young Adult Materials

Crocuses Hatch from Snow by Jaime Burnet

When Ada falls for a body piercer named Pan, her cheeky grandmother, Mattie, says she looks like a caught trout with all those hooks in her mouth. Ada soon discovers Mattie is also caught in a perpetual swoon. It isn't just Alzheimer's, or the secret vibrator Ada's mother, Joan, is convinced Mattie has stashed in her room—Mattie is having a passionate affair with a ghost.

The List of Things That Will Not Change

Bea's family may change, but their love for each other does not in this soon-to-be classic by the Newbery Award-winning author of When You Reach Me
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New Children’s Materials

Good Night, Little Blue Truck

Beep! Beep! Beep! It's time for sleep. Say goodnight with Little Blue Truck and friends!

Night of the Vulture! (Marvel: Spider-Man)

Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man tracks down the mysterious villain Vulture with the help of Iron Man in this action-packed Little Golden Book for boys and girls ages 2-5. Little Golden Books are a great way to introduce kids to Spider-Man and the other heroes in the Marvel Universe.

What Makes Me Brave?

Filled from cover to cover with bright pictures of sea turtles and the ocean, What Makes Me Brave? will teach your child about the need to feel brave, even when they feel frightened and alone. Use the discussion questions at the back of this book to teach your child about the important topic of extinction and the need to protect sea turtles today, as well as help your child recognize their emotions and make connections to the world around them. What Makes Me Brave? will assure your child that everyone feels the need to be brave sometimes!

What Makes Me Happy?

Filled from cover to cover with bright pictures of pandas and the beautiful Chinese countryside, What Makes Me Happy? will help your child recognize all the things they have to be happy about, whether it’s yummy food to eat or a loving parent to cuddle. Use the discussion questions at the back of this book to teach your child about the important topic of extinction and the need to protect pandas today, as well as help your child recognize their emotions and make connections to the world around them. What Makes Me Happy? will remind your child of all the things in their life that makes them happy!

What Makes Me Sad?

Filled from cover to cover with bright pictures of polar bears and the icy tundra of the Arctic, What Makes Me Sad? will assure your child that it’s okay to be sad sometimes. Use the discussion questions at the back of this book to teach your child about the important topic of global warming and the need to protect both the polar bears and the planet, as well as help your child recognize their emotions and make connections to the world around them. What Makes Me Sad? will comfort your child with the knowledge that everyone feels sad sometimes, and you can rely on the people who love you to help you feel happy again.

What Makes Me Scared?

Filled from cover to cover with bright pictures of spotted leopards and the beautiful forest, What Makes Me Scared? will assure your child that it’s okay to be scared sometimes. Use the discussion questions at the back of this book to teach your child about the important topic of fears and that it’s okay to tell adults when you’re feeling scared, as well as help your child recognize their emotions and make connections to the world around them. What Makes Me Scared? will comfort your child with the knowledge that everyone gets scared sometimes, including their parents.
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