What’s New in October

Adult

“Elsewhere,” Dean Koontz (10/6)

“Forever By Your Side” (Willamette Brides #3), Tracie Peterson (10/6)

“The Searcher,” Tana French (10/6)

“Troubles in Paradise,” Elin Hilderbrand (10/6)

“Invisible Girl,” Lisa Jewell (10/13)

“Jingle All the Way,” Debbie Macomber (10/13)

“Return to Virgin River” (Virgin River #19), Robyn Carr (10/13)

“A Time for Mercy,” John Grisham (10/13)

“Three Women Disappear,” James Patterson (10/26)

“Love Your Life,” Sophie Kinsella (10/27)

“The Noel Letters” (Noel #4), Richard Paul Evans (10/27)

“The Sentinel” (Jack Reacher #25), Lee Child (10/27)

“Shakeup” (Stone Barrington #55), Stuart Woods (10/27)

“Truly, Madly, Deeply,” Karen Kingsbury (10/27)

“You Betrayed Me,” Lisa Jackson (10/27)

Large Print

“The Water Keeper,” Charles Martin

“Children of the Stars,” Mario Escobar

“Two Reasons to Run,” Colleen Coble

“Piecing It All Together,” Leslie Gould

Children

“Guinness World Records 2021” (10/6)

“I Want to Sleep Under the Stars,” Mo Willems (10/6)

“Max Meow,” John Gallagher (10/6)

“Twins,” Varian Johnson (10/6)

“Tristan Strong Destroys the World” (Tristan Strong #2), Kwame Mbalia (10/6)

“Mrs. Bacon is Fakin’,” Dan Gutman (10/20)

 “The Deep End,” (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #15), Jeff Kinney (10/27)

Teen

“Shattered,” Sarah N. Harvey

“One Way,” Norah McClintock

“Watch Me,” Norah McClintock

“Coming Clean,” Jeff Ross

“Mindfulness and Meditation: Handling Life With a Calm and Focused Mind,” Whitney Stewart

“A Song of Wraiths and Ruin,” Roseanne A. Brown

“Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You,” Jason Reynolds

Movies

“Trolls: World Tour”

“Onward”

“Sonic the Hedgehog”

What’s New in September

Here are the books that are coming to Tracy Public Library’s shelves this month.

Adult

“All the Devils Are Here” (Gamache #16), Louise Penny (9/1)

“Chaos,” Iris Johansen (9/1)

“The Christmas Swap,” Melody Carlson (9/1)

“An Ivy Hill Christmas” (Tales from Ivy Hill), Julie Klassen (9/1)

“Killing Crazy Horse,” Bill O’Reilly (9/8)

“One by One,” Ruth Ware (9/8)

“A Question of Betrayal” (Elena Standish #2), Anne Perry (9/8)

“Shadows in Death” (In Death #51), J.D. Robb (9/8)

“The Stone Wall,” Beverly Lewis (9/8)

“Anxious People,” Fredrik Backman (9/8)

“Two Reasons to Run” (Pelican Harbor #2), Colleen Coble (9/8)

“Chance of a Lifetime,” Jude Deveraux (9/15)

“Total Power” (Mitch Rapp #19), Vince Flynn (9/15)

“The Evening and the Morning” (Kingsbridge #0), Ken Follett (9/15)

“The Librarian of Boone’s Hollow,” Kim Vogel Sawyer (9/15)

“The Coast-to-Coast Murders,” James Patterson (9/21)

“The Book of Two Ways,” Jodi Picoult (9/22)

“Funeral for a Friend” (Jonathan Stride #10), Brian Freeman (9/22)

“The Brightest Star,” Fern Michaels (9/29)

“Holding Out for Christmas,” Janet Dailey (9/29)

“The Christmas Cupcake Murder” (Hannah Swensen #26), Joanne Fluke (9/29)

“The Return,” Nicholas Sparks (9/29)

Large Print

“The Solid Grounds Coffee Company,” Carla Laureano

“Isaiah’s Legacy,” Mesu Andrews

Children

“Logan Likes Mary Anne,” (Baby-Sitters Club Graphic Novels #8), Ann M. Martin (9/1)

“Big Nate: The Gerbil Ate My Homework,” Lincoln Peirce (9/1)

“Grime and Punishment” (Dog Man #9), Dav Pilkey (9/1)

“I Survived the California Wildfires, 2018,” Lauren Tarshis (9/1)

Teen

“Infinity Son,” Adam Silvera

What’s New in August

Here are the new books we have on our shelves, or that are being released in August:

Adult

“The Mockingbird’s Song” (Amish Greenhouse #2), Wanda Brunstetter (8/1)

“Piecing it All Together” (Plain Patterns #1), Leslie Gould (8/4)

“Dead West” (Nils Shapiro #4), Matt Goldman (8/4)

“Choppy Water” (Stone Barrington #54), Stuart Woods (8/11)

“The Midwife Murders,” James Patterson (8/11)

“Royal,” Danielle Steel (8/18)

“Bitter Pill” (Sisterhood #32), Fern Michaels (8/25)

“We Are the Weather,” Jonathan Safran Foer (8/4)

“The Exiles,” Christina Baker Kline (8/25)

“Final Cut,” S.J. Watson (8/25)

Large Print

“The Jerusalem Assassin,” Joel C. Rosenberg

“Starfish Pier,” Irene Hannon

Children

“Hummingbird,” Nicola Davies

“Transportation Then and Now,” Nadia Higgins

“History’s Forgotten Events,” Rachel A. Bailey

“Elephant Calves,” Genevieve Nilsen

“Atoms,” Kennon O’Mara

“Reflectiveness of Light,” Arthur Best

“Pro Football’s All-Time Greatest Comebacks,” Drew Lyon

“Vikings: Scandinavia’s Ferocious Sea Raiders,” Nel Yomtov

“Flower Talk: How Plants Use Color to Communicate,” Sara Levine

“Seashells: More Than a Home,” Melissa Stewart

“I’m Trying to Love Math,” Bethany Barton

“Jack at the Zoo,” Mac Barnett & Greg Pizzoli

“Too Many Jacks,” Mac Barnett & Greg Pizzoli

“Hi, Jack!” Mac Barnett & Greg Pizzoli

“Jack Blasts Off!” Mac Barnett & Greg Pizzoli

Teen

 “Midnight Sun” (Twilight #5), Stephanie Meyer (8/4)

Visit plumcreeklibrary.org or call the library at (507) 629-5548 if you are interested in placing a hold on any of these titles.

We also have many new ebooks, especially for children and teens!

Have a great weekend!

July new releases

Here are the new titles we have coming in for the month of July:

Adult

“The Lost and Found Bookshop,” Susan Wiggs (7/7)

“Cajun Justice,” James Patterson (7/14)

“The Order” (Gabriel Allon #20), Daniel Silva (7/14)

“A Walk Along the Beach,” Debbie Macomber (7/14)

“A Blessing to Cherish,” Lauraine Snelling (7/21)

“The Book of Lost Names,” Kristin Harmel (7/21)

“Half Moon Bay,” Jonathan Kellerman (7/21)

“Near Dark” (Scot Harvath #20), Brad Thor (7/21)

“The Pull of the Stars,” Emma Donoghue (7/21)

“1st Case,” James Patterson (7/27)

“Deadlock” (FBI Thriller #24), Catherine Coulter (7/28)

“Miss Janie’s Girls,” Carolyn Brown (7/28)

“Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Evolution,” Brian Freeman (7/28)

Children

“Karen’s Roller Skates” (Baby-Sitters Little Sister #2), Katy Farina (7/7)

“The Bad Guys in the Dawn of the Underlord,” Aaron Blabey (7/7)

“Act,” (Click 3), Kayla Miller (7/21)

Teen

“Of Curses and Kisses,” Sandhya Menon

“Solstice,” Lorence Alison

“The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” Suzanne Collins

Visit plumcreeklibrary.org or call the library at (507) 629-5548 if you are interested in placing a hold on any of these titles.

We also have many new ebooks, especially for children and teens!

Have a safe and happy Fourth of July!