New at the library this week

The library will be open this week despite its proximity to all the movie goings-on, so why not stop by and check out one of these new titles.

Adult titles

seducing-an-angelSeducing an Angel, by Mary Balogh (Fiction)
Labeled a murderess, Cassandra, Lady Paget, arrives in Regency London, where Stephen, Earl of Merton, agrees to make her his mistress. Stephen is no angel, and Cassandra soon realizes that there is a price to be paid for trying to tempt one. (Amazon | Library catalog)

walking-peopleThe Walking People, by Mary Beth Keane (Fiction)
Greta Cahill never believed she would leave her village in Ireland until she found herself on a ship bound for New York. Greta discovers that in America she can fall in love, raise her own family, and earn a living. Her decision to spare her children knowledge of a secret in her past forces her to keep her life in New York separate from the life she once loved in Ireland. Even fifty years later, she fears that it is still possible to lose all when she discovers that her children have conspired to unite the worlds she’s so carefully kept separate. (Amazon | Library catalog)

buffalo-soldiersBuffalo Soldiers: African American Troops in the US Forces, by Ron Field and Alexander Bielakowski (Non-fiction)
This book covers the history of African-American soldiers, from the American Civil War through World War II. Accompanied by color illustrations and rare photographs, the text chronicles the actions of these units, their uniform and appearance and how they were to eventually overcome discrimination and prejudice. (Amazon | Library catalog)

Children’s titles

knuckleheadsKnuckleheads, by Joan Holub (Fiction)
Presents zany versions of four familiar fairy tales, retold to feature hands, feet, and other body parts. (Amazon | Library catalog)

feel-like-a-footI Feel a Foot!, by Maranke Rinck and Martijn van der Linden
(Fiction) Five animal friends, awakened by a strange noise, discover a creature in the dark that seems to be a giant-sized version of each of them. (Amazon | Library catalog)

last-olympianThe Last Olympian, by Rick Riordan (Fiction)
While the Olympians struggle to contain the rampaging monster Typhon, Kronos begins his advance on New York City, where Mount Olympus stands virtually unguarded. Now it’s up to Percy Jackson and an army of young demigods to stop the Lord of Time. (Amazon | Library catalog)
Flyboy of Underwhere, by Bruce Hale (Fiction) (9780060851309)

cool-stuff-explodedCool Stuff Exploded, by Chris Woodford (Non-fiction)
Delve into a host of inventions, objects and gadgets to explore the ways they work. Images and fold-out pages reveal the components of each device and how it works. (amazon | Library catalog)

guide-planetPlanet Earth: Guide to the Planet, by Matthew Murrie and Steve Murrie (Non-fiction) (Amazon | Library catalog)

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