New Titles at the Library

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Week of November 24

New books added are:  Butterfly Palace by Colleen Cobble, and her Hope Beach Series- Tidewater Inn, Rosemary Cottage, and Seagrass Pier;  Z:  A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald by  Terese Fowler;  My Name is Resolute by Nancy Turner; The Wedding Gift  by Marlen Bodden; and three by Ellen Feldman-Lucy, Next to Love, and The Unwitting.  On order is the DVD-Dolphin Tale 2. Books on order are:  Lovely Wild by Megan Hart;  Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Coast Trail by Cheryl Strayed; Pegasus by Danielle Steele;  Prisoner of War:   Six Years in Hanoi by John McGrath and Diary of a Wimpy Kid:  The Long Haul by Jeff Kinney.

 

Week of December 2

Six new books by Colleen Cobble are now ready for your reading pleasure.  These are The Mercy Falls Series-The Lightkeeper’s Daughter, The Lightkeeper’s Bride and The Lightkeeper’s Ball and The Lonestar Series-Lonestar Angel, Lonestar Secrets and Lonestar Homecoming.

 

Week of December 8

 

New books that have been catalogued and read for check out are: The Aloha Reef Series by Colleen Cobble-Distant Echoes, Black Sands, and Dangerous Depths.   The book, Lovely Wild by Megan Hart, is at the library and was ordered to fill a request from a patron.

 

For you history buffs that have a DVD we have a 6-DVD set of The Road to World War II and a 6-set DVD of The Untold Secrets of the Civil War.

 

Week of December 14

 

Three new books by Colleen Coble have been added that complete the Lonestar Series, Rock Harbor Series and Aloha Reef Series.  These are Lonestar Sanctuary, Cry in the Night and Midnight Sea.

 

Week of December 20

New books include Looking for Alaska, An Abundanceof Katherines, Paper Towns and The Fault in Our Stars all by  John Green; Hopeless and Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover; and The Blue Bistro and A Summer Affair by Ellen Hilderbrand.

New DVDs are:  The Lost World:  Jurassic Park, How To Train Your Dragon 2, and The Fault in Our Stars.

 

 

If you are interested in reading stories about Auschwitz and what took place at the gas chambers and crematoriums during World War II, the library received the book, From Hell to Here, an autobiography written by C. J. Cornelius, MD.  He wrote this from tape recordings produced by Benny Hochman, a native of Sidney, NE, who was a survivor of the atrocities at the death camps at Auschwitz-Berkinau and Buchenwald.

 

February 11

 

Several new books have arrived at the library. The View From Here, The Mountain Between Us and A Change in Altitude all by Cindy Myers; The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins, the following by request – The Girl You Left Behind by JoJo Moyes, Still Alice by Lisa Genova, and Ordinary Grace, Trickster’s Point, Tamarack County, Iron Lake, Windigo Island and Northwest Angle all by William Kent Krueger.

 

Coming the end of next month is the DVD Unbroken.

 

 

New titles added to the library are: Blue Moon Promise and Safe in His Arms both by Colleen Coble,; The Homesman by Glendon Swathout, and two requested titles- Fate is the Hunter by Ernest K. Gann and

American Sniper, an Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in the US by Chris Kyle.

 

A new book by Colleen Coble, A Heart’s Disguise, is ready to be checked out. This is the first of a series of six and the rest will be added when available.  The 2015 Caldecott Medal book, The Adventures of Beekle, The Unimaginary Friend, by Dan Santat and the Newbery Medal book, The Crossover, by Kwame Alexander are both ready to be checked out.

 

 

New books that are ready to be checked out are:  Smitten,  Secretly Smitten, and The Smitten Book Club all by Colleen Coble and by request – The Theory of Everything, The Origin and Fate of the Universe by Stephen W. Hawking.   The DVD, Unbroken,  is ready to be checked out.

 

April 1, 2015

New titles at the library are Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania, The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah, Last One Home by Debbie Macomber, and A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler.

 

April 8, 2015

 

New books for the younger set are Life on the Pioneer Homestead by Sally Senzell Isaacs, Silverlicious by Victoria Kann, The Wild Woods by Simon James, The Dentist from the Black Lagoon by Mike Tahler, The School Secretary from the Black Lagoon, and Down on the Farm Cows by Hannah Ray.

 

April 22, 2015

 

Two new titles have been added, Don’t Die My Love and The Year of Luminous Love both by Lurlene McDaniel.

 

April 29, 2015

 

The library has received several new titles during this past week. They are The Year of Chasing Dreams by Lurlene McDaniels, Operation Tree Roper: An Eye Above by Robert A. Polk, The Home Place by Carrie LaSeur, Books 1,2,and 3 of the Rock Harbor Series by Colleen Coble –Beyond a Deoudt, Without a Trace, and Into the Deep, The Prodigal Son by Danielle Steele, and by request Ghost Soldiers by Hampton Sides and Luzon A World War II account of the battles there.

 

New materials at the library are the following books:  by request a set of four by Diana Gabaldon-Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, and Drums of Autumn, and Breath of Scandal and Best Kept Secrets both by Sandra Brown.  The DVD American Sniper is also ready to check out.

 

June 25, 2015

 

New titles for the elementary reader: Nana in the City by Lauren Castillo, Stick and Stone by Beth Ferry  and Tom Lichtenheld, Please, Mr. Panda by Steve Antony, I Don’t Want to be a Frog by Dev Petty, Waiting is not Easy by Mo Willems, and Once Upon a Cloud by Claire Keane.

 

New books for the adults are: The Liar by Nora Roberts, All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, The Rumor by Elin Hilderbrand, and Heaven’s Keep by William Kent Krueger.

 

Three books by David Baldacci-The Innocent, Memory Man and The Hit; Two books by William R. Forstchen-One Second After and One Year After; After the War is Over by Jennifer Robson; Boys in the Trees by Carly Simmon; Take Me with You by Catherine Ryan Hyde; What She Left Behind by Ellen Marie Wiseman; The Silent Sister by Diane Chanberlainn; and two books by Tami Hoag-The 9th Girl and Cold, Cold Heart.

 

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