Saturday, June 11, 2011

New Arrivals for Summer Reading!

  1. Staying Alive: Real poems for unreal times.  Ed. Neil Astley
  2. Whoever Tells the Best Story Wins: How to Use Your Own Stories to Communicate with Power and Impact. Annette Simmons
  3. Bossypants. Tina Fey
  4. Pilgramage: Looking at Ground Zero. Photographs by Kevin Bubriski
  5. What's Eating Your Child? The hidden connection between food and childhood ailments. Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND. Accessible and informative.
  6. Gloriana's Torch.  Patricia Finney.  A novel of the Spanish Armada
  7. Mutiny: The inside story of the true events that inspired The Hunt for Red October. David Hagberg and Boris Gindin.
  8. Winter Garden. Kristin Hannah. Another tear-jerker from the author of Firefly Lane.
  9. Summer People. Elin Hilderbrand.  "A sensitive portrayal of a young motherless woman" (Booklist).
  10. Finally Met Along the Way. Con Hogan. His third collection of short stories.
  11. Ashley Judd: A Memoir.  Ashley JuddDamage.  John Lescroart. An explosive look at the power of revenge...
  12. The Inner Circle. Brad Meltzer. The best-kept secret of the U.S. presidency is about to be revealed...
  13. Vermont Beautiful. Wallace Nutting. Illustrated by the author; captures the true feeling of Vermont and America in 1922.
  14. Purge. Sofi Oksanen. A wonderfully subtle thriller... the tragic consequences of ...Europe's conflicts.
  15.  The Bond: Our kinship with animals, our call to defend them. Wayne Pacelle.
  16. A Heartbeat Away. Michael Palmer. "The best-kept secret of the U.S. presidency is about to be..." 
  17. Toys. James Patterson. "The one with the most toys....dies!"
  18. Unless.   Carol Shields. "The scope of Dickens, the wit of Muriel Spark..." (LA Times)
  19. Infinite Jest.  David Foster Wallace. A depiction of the loneliness of addiction.
  20. The Pale King. David Foster Wallace.  His final, posthumous novel.

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