New Books on the Shelves
Did you know that the Library gets new books on a regular basis? Whether the boxes are filled with books for adults, children, or teens that cataloging staff is always busy getting new books ready for the shelves.
This week, we are taking a moment to highlight some of the new books for Adults that came in earlier in the week. These titles, and more, are now available in the New Adult Fiction and New Adult Nonfiction sections of the Library. Whether you are looking for your next psychological thriller or a memoir, we've got you covered. If what you are looking for isn't on the shelf, feel free to ask one of our friendly staff members to place the item on hold for you.
Renowned historian, Annette Gordon-Reed takes a look at our newest federal holiday in On Juneteeth. Known for her award-winning book on Thomas Jefferson's relationship with one of his slaves, this historian isn't afraid to tackle topics that no one else would. Daniel Silva's newest novel, The Cellist, reminds readers why his books are always checked out.
The One Hundred Years of Lenni and Margo follows the story of two dying patients, one young and one old, and the artistic relationship that develops between the two of them. This debut novel by Marianne Cronin has already been optioned for a feature film! Finally, the Today show host, Craig Melvin pays homage to his dad and fatherhood in general in Pops: Learning to Be a Son and a Father.
These are only four of the dozens of books that have come in this week. Stop on by and see what sparks your interest for your next summer read!