New & New To Us April 06 - 12, 2021

Post date: April 12, 2021

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Children's Books

Fiction

The Magic Tree House #32: To The Future, Ben Franklin!
by Mary Pope Osborne; illustrated by AG Ford; Call # ER OSB
"Jack and Annie are whisked back in time by the magic tree house to meet Benjamin Franklin in Old Philadelphia"-- Provided by publisher

Young Adult Books

Fiction

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart; Call # F YA LOC
Spending the summers on her family's private island off the coast of Massachusetts with her cousins and a special boy named Gat, teenaged Cadence struggles to remember what happened during her fifteenth summer.

Adult Books


Fiction

The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner; Call # F PEN
Hidden in the depths of eighteenth-century London, a secret apothecary shop caters to an unusual kind of client©·le. Women across the city whisper of a mysterious figure named Nella who sells well-disguised poisons to use against the oppressive men in their lives. But the apothecary's fate is jeopardized when her newest patron, a precocious twelve-year-old, makes a fatal mistake, sparking a string of consequences that echo through the centuries. Meanwhile in present-day London, aspiring historian Caroline Parcewell spends her tenth wedding anniversary alone, running from her own demons. When she stumbles upon a clue to the unsolved apothecary murders that haunted London two hundred years ago, her life collides with the apothecary's in a stunning twist of fate, and not everyone will survive



Better Luck Next Time: A Novel by Julia Claiborne Johnson; Call # F JOH
"In 1930s Reno, two very different women seeking divorces meet and form an unlikely friendship that is complicated by the handsome young ranch hand who befriends both-and who finds his life unexpectedly upturned by one."-- Provided by publisher



At the edge of the Haight by Katherine Seligman; Call # F SEL
"Maddy Donaldo, homeless at twenty, has made a family of sorts in the dangerous spaces of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. She knows whom to trust, where to eat, when to move locations, and how to take care of her dog. It's the only home she has. When she unwittingly witnesses the murder of a young homeless boy and is seen by the perpetrator, her relatively stable life is upended. Suddenly, everyone from the police to the dead boys' parents want to talk to Maddy about what she saw. As adults pressure her to give up her secrets and reunite with her own family before she meets a similar fate, Maddy must decide whether she wants to stay lost or be found."--Provided by publisher.



Hide in place: a novel by Emilya Naymark; Call # F SEL
"When NYPD undercover cop Laney Bird's cover is blown in a racketeering case against the Russian mob, she flees the city with her troubled son, Alfie. Now, three years later, she's found the perfect haven in Sylvan, a charming town in upstate New York. But then the unthinkable happens: her boy vanishes. Local law enforcement dismisses the thirteen-year-old as a runaway, but Laney knows better. Could he have been kidnapped--or worse?"--Publisher.



The scorpion's tail by Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child; Call # F PRE
"When NYPD undercover cop Laney Bird's cover is blown in a racketeering case against the Russian mob, she flees the city with her troubled son, Alfie. Now, three years later, she's found the perfect haven in Sylvan, a charming town in upstate New York. But then the unthinkable happens: her boy vanishes. Local law enforcement dismisses the thirteen-year-old as a runaway, but Laney knows better. Could he have been kidnapped--or worse?"--Publisher.