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Posted to Book Notes on September 19, 2023 at 11:24 AM by Genesis Gaule
Do you like making doodling and making art? Grab your sketchbook and drop in for a fun, informal drawing time! All ages and skill levels welcome on Wednesday, September 27 from 4:00 - 5:30pm.
by Tania Branigan
Call Number: 951.056092 BRANIGAN
This book uncovers forty years of silence through the stories of individuals who lived through the madness. Deftly exploring how this era defined a generation and continues to impact China today, Branigan asks: What happens to a society when you can no longer trust those closest to you? What happens to the present when the past is buried, exploited, or redrawn? And how do you live with yourself when the worst is over?
by Michael Koryta
Call Number: KORYTA
After discovering seven men murdered aboard their yacht – including two Senate rivals – Israel Pike is regarded as a prime suspect. A troubled man infamous on Salvation Point Island for killing his own father a decade before, Israel has few options, no friends, and a life-threatening secret. Elsewhere on the island, 12-year-old Lyman Rankin seeks shelter from his alcoholic father in an abandoned house only to discover that he is not alone. A mysterious woman greets him with a hatchet and a promise: “Make a sound and I’ll kill you.”
The US Army and the downfall of Japan, 1945by John C. McManus
Call Number: MH 940.5426 MCMANUS
The dawn of 1945 finds a US Army at its peak in the Pacific. Allied victory over Japan is all but assured. The only question is how many more months—or years—of fight does the enemy have left.
by Temi Oh
Call Number: Science Fiction OH
Using the myth of Eurydice as a structure, this riveting science fiction novel is set in a near-future London where it has become popular for folks to have a small implant that allows one access to a more robust social media experience directly as an augmented reality. However, the British government has taken oversight of this access to an extreme, slowly tilting towards a dystopian overreach, all in the name of safety.
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Tag(s): world history, science fiction, politics, phycological fiction, personal narratives, nonfiction, military history, Japan, history, fiction, China, book notes, aging
Posted to Book Notes on September 11, 2023 at 12:06 PM by Genesis Gaule
Come to the library Tuesday, October 3 @ 6:00 pm to visit with Marcie Rendon, author of Murder on the Red River!
by Emily Kenway
Call Number: 362.14 KENWAY
In this book, Kenway brings the caregiving crisis into the light. Blending expert research with insights from her own experience, Kenway shows us that building a world that cares for its caregivers requires us to fundamentally reimagine the role of care in our society, bringing it from the margins to the center of our collective life.
by Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon
Call Number: Fantasy LACKEY Valdemar: Kelvren v.1
On the border between Valdemar and the deadly Pelagirs Forest, the gryphon hero Kelvren returns from a near-fatal self-sacrifice that won him the approval of Valdemar's ground troops, but caused a diplomatic crisis. Frustrated by his lack of a hero's welcome, Kelvren is talked into helping with an expedition by his old friend, Firesong. Just getting the multicultural fleet underway is a challenge, but what awaits them is a situation none of them could expect. // A novel of Valdemar
by Paul Kix
Call Number: 323.0975 KIX
It's one of the iconic photographs of American history: A Black teenager, a policeman and his lunging German Shepherd. Birmingham, Alabama, May of 1963. In May of 2020, as reporter Paul Kix stared at a different photo-that of a Minneapolis police officer suffocating George Floyd-he kept returning to the other photo taken half a century earlier, haunted by its echoes. What, Kix wondered, was the full legacy of the Birmingham photo and the campaign it stemmed from? In this book, Kix takes the reader behind the scenes as he tells the story of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s pivotal 10-week campaign in 1963 to end segregation in Birmingham, Alabama.
by Jessica Goodman
Call Number: Young Adult GOODMAN
Scoring an invitation for membership to the exclusive Legacy Club in New York City is more than an honor. It gives you a lifetime of access to power and wealth beyond any prep school doors and guaranteed safety and security as Legacy Club members always look out for their own. That is, after you make it through a rigorous week of events and the extravagant gala, the Legacy Ball. Everyone expects a night of luxury and excess. No one expects their secrets to come out. Or for someone to die trying to keep them hidden.
Tag(s): young adult fiction, US history, racism, politics, nonfiction, mystery, history, healthcare, fiction, fantasy, book notes, aging, African Americans