New & New To Us April 20 - 26, 2021
Post date: April 26, 2021
Mount Union Borough
Strategic Management Planning Program Report April 2021
by Pennsylvania Economy League; Call # MANU STMP
Observations and Comprehensive Report on Borough of Mount Union
The plum tree by Ellen Marie Wiseman; Call # F WIS
In the fall of 1938, as Germany rapidly changes under Hitler's regime, 17-year-old Christine Bolz, a domestic forbidden to return to the wealthy Jewish family she works for - and to her employer's son Isaac, confronts the Gestapo's wrath and the horrors of Dachau to survive and to be with the man she loves.
The favorite daughter by Ellen Marie Wiseman; Call # F WIS
"...merges the past and present into a haunting story about the nature of love and loyalty--and the lengths we will go to protect those who need us most"--Inside flap of front cover.
The life she was given by Ellen Marie Wiseman; Call # F WIS
"In 1931, Lilly Blackwood was sold to the circus. More than two decades later, nineteen-year-old Julia Blackwood inherits her parents' estate and returns home hoping to erase painful memories of strict rules and forbidden rooms. Instead, she becomes immersed in a mystery involving a hidden attic room and circus photos featuring a striking young girl"-- Provided by publisher.
The favorite daughter by Patti Callahan Henry; Call # F HEN
On her wedding day ten years ago, Lena Donohue experienced a betrayal so painful that she fled the small town of Watersend, South Carolina, and reinvented herself in New York City. Though now a freelance travel writer, the one place she rarely goes is home - until she learns of her dads failing health. Returning to Watersend means seeing the sister she has avoided for a decade and the brother who runs their familys Irish pub - and who has borne the burden of his sisters rift. While Alzheimer's slowly steals their father's memories, the siblings rush to preserve his life in stories and photographs. As his secret past brings Lena's own childhood into focus, it sends her on a journey to discover the true meaning of home