New Items

Welcome to our library.Our new books shelf. 

New Books:

Adult Books:

“Turning Point,” Danielle Steel

“Liar, Liar” (Det. Harriet Blue #3), James Patterson

“Secrets at Cedar Cabin” (Lavendar Tides #3), Colleen Coble

“Crooked Street” (Frost Easton #3), Brian Freeman

“Judgment,” Joseph Finder

“Marry Me by Sundown,” Johanna Lindsey

“That Churchill Woman,” Stephanie Barron

“The Lost Girls of Paris,” Pam Jenoff

“Connections in Death” (In Death #48), J.D. Robb

“The Lost Man,” Jane Harper

“The Wedding Guest” (Alex Delaware #34), Jonathan Kellerman

“Finding Dorothy,” Elizabeth Letts

“The Chef,” James Patterson

“Never Tell” (D.D. Warren #10), Lisa Gardner

“A Willing Murder,” Jude Deveraux

“Chocolate Cream Pie Murder” (Hannah Swensen #24), Joanne Fluke

“California Girls,” Susan Mallery

“Finding Forever,” Nora Roberts

“We Must Be Brave,” Frances Liardet

“The Malta Exchange” (Cotton Malone #14), Steve Berry

“Silent Night,” Danielle Steel

“When You Are Near” (Brookstone Brides #1), Tracie Peterson

“Wolf Pack” (Joe Pickett #19), C.J. Box

“Run Away,” Harlan Coben

“Celtic Empire” (Dirk Pitt #25), Clive Cussler

“The Last Year of the War,” Susan Meissner

“The Cornwalls are Gone,” James Patterson

“Dark Tribute” (Eve Duncan #24), Iris Johansen

“Deep Harbor,” Fern Michaels

“Half Finished,” Lauraine Snelling

“Stone Bridges,” Carla Neggers

“The A List” (Ali Reynolds #14), J.A. Jance (4/2)

“The Tinderbox,” Beverly Lewis (4/2)

“Miracle at St. Andres,” James Patterson (4/8)

“The Patient One” (Walnut Creek #1), Shelley Shepard Gray (4/9)

“Someone Knows,” Lisa Scottoline (4/9)

“Triple Jeopardy” (Daniel Pitt #2), Anne Perry (4/9)

“Two Weeks” (Baxter #5), Karen Kingsbury (4/9)

“The 13-Minute Murder,” James Patterson (4/16)

“The Better Sister,” Alafair Burke (4/16)

“The Department of Sensitive Crimes” (Det. Varge #1), Alexander McCall Smith (4/16)

“Redemption” (Amos Decker #5), David Baldacci, (4/16)

“Neon Prey” (Lucas Davenport #29), John Sandford (4/23)

“The 18th Abduction” (Women’s Murder Club #18), James Patterson (4/29)

“The View from Alameda Island,” Robyn Carr (4/30)

“When We Found Home,” Susan Mallery (4/30)

Large Print:

“The Broken Girls,” Simone St. James

“What it Means When a Man Falls From the Sky,” Lesley Nneka Amriah

“Wuthering Heights,” Emily Bronte

“The Picture of Dorian Gray,” Oscar Wilde

“The Sun is Also a Star,” Nicola Yoon

“Code Name Verity,” Elizabeth Wein

“Black Beauty,” Anna Sewell

“Isaiah’s Daughter,” Mesu Andrews

“The Amish Quilter,” Mindy Starns Clark and Leslie Gould

“The Great Believers,” Rebecca Makkai

“Evergreen Falls,” Kemberley Freeman

“Things Left Unsaid,” Courtney Walsh

“Listen to the Marriage,” John Jay Osborne

“The Shape of the Ruins,” Juan Gabriel Vasquez

“Between Two Shores,” Jocelyn Green

“The Line Between,” Tosca Lee

“Devil’s Day,” Andrew Michael Hurley

“The Girl They Left Behind,” Roxanne Veletzos

Children’s Books:

“Dog Diaries,” James Patterson

“Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild,” Dav Pilkey

“Geronimo on Ice” (Geronimo Stilton #71), Geronimo Stilton

“Bad Kitty: Kitten Trouble,” Nick Bruel

“Pete the Kitty and the Case of the Hiccups,” James Dean

“Dr. Snow Has Got to Go” (My Weirder-est School #1), Dan Gutman

“Max and the Midknights,” Lincoln Peirce

“Warriors in Winter” (Magic Treehouse #31), Mary Pope Osborne

“Hilo: Then Everything Went Wrong” (Hilo #5), Judd Winick

“I Survived the Battle of D-Day, 1944,” Lauren Tarshis

“The 104-Story Treehouse,” Andy Griffiths

“Big Nate: Payback Time,” Lincoln Peirce

“Revenge of the Sis” (Jedi Academy #7), Jarrett Krosoczka

“Eva and Baby Mo” (Owl Diaries #10), Rebecca Elliott

“My Life as a Meme,” Janet Tashijan (4/2)

“Camp,” Kayla Miller (4/23)

Teen Books:

“Someday,” David Levithan

“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” J.K. Rowling

“Queen of Air and Darkness” (Dark Artifices #3), Cassandra Clare

“Dear Evan Hansen: The Novel,” Val Emmich and Steven Levinson

“Dry,” Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman

“Two Can Keep a Secret,” Karen McManus

“Skyward,” Brandon Sanderson


“Ralph Breaks the Internet”

“A Star is Born”

“Bohemian Rhapsody”

“The Grinch”

“First Man”

DVDs, Blu-rays and Video games are available for free.

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