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9/1/2017 New Titles: Something for everyone!

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Non-Fiction:
Autumn, by Karl Knausgaard
Arithmetic, by Paul Lockhart
The Big Lie, by Dinesh D’Souza
Devil’s Bargain, by Joshua Green
The Color of Pixar, by Tia Kratler
Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life, by Hector Garcia
Gentle Discipline, by Sarah Ockwell-Smith

Fiction:
The Room of White Fire, by T. Jefferson Parker
Wonder Woman: Warbringer, by Leigh Bardugo
My Absolute Darling, by Gabriel Tallent
Thief’s Mark, by Carla Neggers
Young Jane Young, by Gabrielle Zevin
The Punch Escrow, by Tal Klein
The Saboteur, by Andrew Gross
Girl in Snow, by Danya Kukafka
Unraveling Oliver, by Liz Nugent
Reincarnation Blues, by Michael Poore
Fast Falls the Night, by Julia Keller
Map of the Heart, by Susan Wiggs
Sulfur Springs, by William Kent Krueger
The Heart’s Invisible Furies, by John Boyne
Charlatans, by Robin Cook
Shattered, by Allison Brennan
The Red Haired Woman, by Orhan Pamuk
The Right Time, by Danielle Steel
Need to Know, by Fern Michaels
All the Dirty Parts, by Daniel Handler
To Die in Spring, by Ralf Rothmann
The Burning Girl, by Claire Messud

Mystery Fiction:
Penhale Wood, by Julia Thomas
Smoke and Mirrors, by Elly Griffiths
The Girl With Kaleidoscope Eyes, by David Handler
Y is for Yesterday, by Sue Grafton
Kill the Heroes, by David Thurlo

large Print:
Gone Gull, by Donna Andrews

Books on CD:
The Burning Girl, by Claire Messud
The Right Time, by Danielle Steel

DVD:
Guardians of the Galaxy 2
Hotel Armadillo
The Wall
Grantchester, Season 3
Soul of the Elephant
Durrells in Corfu
Anne of Green Gables

Children’s Non-Fiction:
Guinness World Records, 2018, by Guinness

Picture Books:
The Bad Seed, by Jory John
Full of Fall, by April Sayre
Uni the Unicorn and the Dream Come True, by Amy Rosenthal
Kisses For Kindergarten, by Livingstone Crouse
Nothing Rhymes With Orange, by Adam Rex

Children’s Fiction:
Thea Stilton and the Frozen Fiasco, by Thea Stilton
Tumble and Blue, by Cassie Beasley

Children’s Graphic:
Dog Man: A Tale of Two Kitties, by Dav Pilkey

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