Dear Friends and Book Lovers,
I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, September 15, we will be open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Annex Building in the library’s large parking lot.
Collectors Corner: I need to begin with a big apology from our Collectors Corner manager to the young lady who enthusiastically purchased an incomplete set of Shakespeare along with a very nice biography of the bard by Anthony Burgess. We have many, many books lurking in the dark corners of the cage for the Collectors Corner, and we have discovered the missing two volumes for the beautiful, brown leather gilt-edged set that you purchased. Because of our error, we are offering these to you free of charge. Please pick them up at the cashier’s table.
I am very excited about this sale’s Collector’s Corner with a Kentucky theme in honor of Muhammad Ali. We have a mint condition Life magazine from October 23, 1970 with a fabulous picture of Ali proclaiming Look out—he’s back ($5). OUT OF THE SHADOWS: A BIOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN ATHLETES, is edited by David Wiggins (2006, $5). Wiggins includes a chapter on Ali by Gerald Early, MUHAMMAD ALI: FLAWED REBEL WITH A CAUSE. Billy Reed has written two books that include sections on Ali: FAMOUS KENTUCKIANS (1977, $2) and CELEBRATING 54 YEARS AT FREEDOM HALL (2010, $3—this one is signed!). Ali himself has written THE SOUL OF A BUTTERFLY: REFLECTIONS ON LIFE’S JOURNEY (2013, $3). For children, Newbery-Award winner Walter Dean Myers has written THE GREATEST: MUHAMMAD ALI (2001, $2), illustrated with many great black & white photos.
Thomas Merton, Wendell Berry, Hunter Thompson and Harry Caudill are other Kentuckians of note. We have Merton’s NEW SEEDS OF CONTEMPLATION (1961, $2), THE SEVEN STOREY MOUNTAIN (1998, $2) and ON PEACE (1971, $2) as well as a biography by William Shannon, SILENT LAMP: THE THOMAS MERTON STORY (1992, $2). Wendell Berry’s ANDY CATLETT: EARLY TRAVELS is autographed (2006, $12.50). THE CAUDILLS OF THE CUMBERLANDS: ANNE’S STORY OF LIFE WITH HARRY is also autographed by Terry Cummins with a foreword by Wendell Berry (2013, $5). No Kentucky sale is complete without a copy of Hunter S. Thompson’s FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS (1971, $2).
Our next category is books on Louisville: LOUISVILLE’S BUTCHERTOWN by Edna Kubala (2010, $4), part of the Images of America Series; A PLACE IN TIME: THE STORY OF LOUISVILLE’S NEIGHBORHOODS from the Courier-Journal (1990, $3); TWO HUNDRED YEARS AT THE FALLS OF THE OHIO: A HISTORY OF LOUISVILLE AND JEFFERSON COUNTY by George Yater (1979, $2); FOR LOVE OF LEARNING: AN INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE LIBRARIES (2001, $2); LOUISVILLE PANORAMA: A VISUAL HISTORY OF LOUISVILLE by R. C. Riebel (1954, $2); DROVERS, DEALERS AND DREAMERS: 150 YEARS AT BOURBON STOCK YARDS 1834-1984 by Carl Kramer (1984, $2.50); LOUISVILLE FROM A TO Z by Liz and Monte Martin (2005, $2—signed by Mr. Martin); LOUISVILLE SCENES by Caroline Williams (1970, $2); and ANCIENT ANIMALS LOCKED IN LOUISVILLE’S ROCKS by Larry Steinrock and George and Barbara Conkin (1995, $2).
Everyone loves a ghost story and William Lynwood Montell has written two of them: GHOSTS ALONG THE CUMBERLAND: DEATHLORE IN THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS (1975, $2) and KENTUCKY GHOSTS (1994, $2).
In History, look for UNEVEN GROUND: APPALACHIA SINCE 1945 by Ronald Eller (2008, $2) and DIVIDED LOYALTIES: KENTUCKY’S STRUGGLE FOR ARMED NEUTRALITY IN THE CIVIL WAR by James Finck (2012, $2). The Shakers were an undeniable part of Kentucky history. We have SHAKER STYLE by John Bowman (2004, $2), a large coffee table book in wonderful condition and WHEN TRUE SIMPLICITY IS LEARNED: FINDING SPIRITUAL CLARITY IN A COMPLEX WORLD by Micah and Martin Marty (1998, $2), which is filled with photographs from Pleasant Hill. A 1987 pamphlet by Daniel Hutton, OLD SHAKERTOWN AND THE SHAKERS, is just $1.
Other Kentucky books include: BAPTISTS IN KENTUCKY 1776-1976, edited by Leon Crismon (1975, $2); CLARK’S KENTUCKY ALMANAC AND BOOK OF FACTS (2006, $2); NATURAL WONDERS OF KENTUCKY: EXPLORING WILD AND SCENIC PLACES by Ardi Lawrence (1999, $2); BIRTH OF BEREA COLLEGE by John Rogers (1933, $2); SELECTED KENTUCKY LITERATURE, edited by Joy Pennington with works by Wendell Berry, James Still, Jesse Stuart and more (1980, $2); THE KENTUCKY by Thomas Clark (1970, $2); KENTUCKY QUILTS by Mary Washington Clark (1976, $2); HEALTH AND SANITATION THROUGH THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY by W. L. Heizer and Mrs. V. O. Gilbert (pre-1919, $3—contains a Health First Reader for children at the end with delightful, old-fashioned illustrations); and KENTUCKY CHRISTMAS TRIVIA by Carole Marsh, a pamphlet for $1.50.
We have eight biographies: IRREPRESSIBLE: THE JAZZ AGE LIFE OF HENRIETTA BINGHAM by Emily Bingham (2015, $2); MUD CREEK MEDICINE: THE LIFE OF EULA HALL AND THE FIGHT FOR APPALACHIA by Kiran Bhatraju (2013, $4); A PEARL IN THE STORM: HOW I FOUND MY HEART IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OCEAN by Tori Murden McClure (2009, $2); SINGING FAMILY OF THE CUMBERLANDS by Jean Ritchie (1980, $2); FINALLY, BOB COOK BOOK ON BO McMILLIN by Bob Cook ($5.50); PAULINE’S: MEMOIRS OF THE MADAM ON CLAY STREET by Pauline Tabor (1972, $2); THE FIRST NEW DEALER: WILLIAM GOEBEL by Urey Woodson (1939, $2.50); and BRANDEIS AT 150: THE LOUISVILLE PERSPECTIVE from Butler Books (2006, $2.50).
Now I have some fiction for you, beginning with the very popular Silas House and CLAY’S QUILT (2001, $2). Five more novels include THE MAN WHO LOVED BIRDS by Fenton Johnson (2016, $2); THE ANTICS OF LIZA JANE: THE STORY OF A KENTUCKY GAL by Barbara Hillyard (1955, $2); ROSE ISLAND: AN ALMOST ACCURATE ACCOUNT OF DAYS GONE BY, written by Terry Chambers (2018, $2); ALEXANDRA CAMPBELL: PRIVATE EYE by Amanda Lamkin (2018, $2—a serial killer is loose on the streets of Louisville!); and KINFOLKS: THE WILGUS STORIES by Gurney Norman (1977, $2).
We have one very exciting music CD in mint condition: MOUNTAIN MUSIC OF KENTUCKY with various folk artists (1996, $3), praised as “the greatest Kentucky record ever issued and one of the greatest records in the entire literature of American folk song.” You’ll hear everything from “Amazing Grace” and “Wayfaring Stranger” to “Born in Old Kentucky” and “Clap, Shout and Shriek” with the Holiness Church.
I will finish, as I often do, with cookbooks and food: SOUTHERN BELLY: THE ULTIMATE FOOD LOVER’S COMPANION TO THE SOUTH by John Edge (2000, $2.50—with a chapter on Kentucky and the author’s signature); A FEAST FOR THE EYES: RECIPES FROM AMERICA’S GRANDEST VICTORIAN NEIGHBORHOOD by David Domine (2010, $2.50—the neighborhood is Old Louisville and Mr. Domine has signed the book); THE KENTUCKY HOUSEWIFE by Mrs. Lettice Bryan (a pristine facsimile of the 1839 edition, $2); THE COURIER-JOURNAL KENTUCKY COOKBOOK, edited by John Finley (1985, $2); THE COURIER-JOURNAL & TIMES COOK BOOK by Lillian Marshall, including 91 favorite Cissy Gregg recipes (1971, $2.50); SALADS, SOUPS AND STEWS by Camille Glenn (1983, $2); and a pamphlet, HISTORIC HOMES: KENTUCKY HERITAGE RECIPES for $1.
On the Special Sale Table: Forty years ago, on September 15, 1978, Muhammad Ali made a comeback at the New Orleans Superdome, regaining the world heavyweight crown from Leon Spinks, who had defeated him the previous February. We are celebrating with a 50% discount in the Sports Section. You can also take your pick of FREE Sports DVDs covering everything from Yoga, Pilates, Hip-Hop Abs, Walking and more! We have great books on other boxers like Sugar Ray Robinson, Jack Dempsey and Sugar Ray Leonard, who has a lot to say about Ali. For the more scholarly, we have GREEK AND ROMAN SPORT: A DICTIONARY OF ATHLETES AND EVENTS FROM THE 8TH CENTURY B.C. TO THE 3RD CENTURY A.D. by David Matz. And, of course, we have plenty of books on baseball, football and basketball. Sports fans won’t want to miss this sale (we even have a soccer romance book, THE CONSEQUENCE by Antonio Soave!).
Now Playing: I was fortunate enough to see the amazing Broadway production of the play THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME, based on the book by Mark Haddon and exploring the world of an autistic boy in first-person depth. The play begins a three-week run at Actors Theatre next Tuesday and we have a copy of the book for you.
Choice Selections Fiction: THE EX-WIFE and THE GOOD SISTER by Jess Ryder; CARNEGIE’S MAID by Marie Benedict; TALL CHIMNEYS by Allie Cresswell; GHOSTED by Rosie Walsh; 223 ORCHARD STREET by Renee Ryan; EVERYTHING WE KEEP and EVERYTHING WE LEFT BEHIND by Kerry Lonsdale; THE MIDNIGHT LINE by Lee Child; and INTO THE WATER by Paula Hawkins.
Choice Selections Non-Fiction: TESLA: THE WIZARD OF ELECTRICITY by David Kent; THE AMY BINEGAR-KIMMES-LYLE BOOK OF FAILURES by Amy Lyle; THE ESSENTIAL DIGITAL DETOX PLAN: HOW TO ACHIEVE BALANCE IN A DIGITAL WORLD by Orianna Fielding; THE LONG, LONG LIFE OF TREES by Fiona Stafford; and THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WORLD WAR II COMPANION, edited by David Kennedy.
Animals & Pets: KITTENS IN COLOR by Anna Pollard; THE BACKYARD BIRD FEEDER’S BIBLE by Sally Roth; WHY CATS PAINT: A THEORY OF FELINE AESTHETICS by Heather Busch and Burton Silver; CAT CATALOG: THE ULTIMATE CAT BOOK, edited by Judy Fireman; BEST FRIENDS FOREVER: ME AND MY CAT by Patricia Mitchell; THE CAT AND THE CURMUDGEON by Cleveland Amory; and THE SIBLEY GUIDE TO BIRD LIFE AND BEHAVIOR, edited by and with illustrations by David Allen Sibley.
Beauty: FACE LIFT AT YOUR FINGERTIPS: AN AROMATHERAPY MASSAGE PROGRAM FOR HEALTHY SKIN AND A YOUNGER FACE by Pierre Cousin and NOT JUST A PRETTY FACE: THE UGLY SIDE OF THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY by Stacy Malkan.
Biography: SHAKEY: NEIL YOUNG’S BIOGRAPHY by Jimmy McDonough; LITERARY LIFE: A SECOND MEMOIR by Larry McMurtry; THESE FEW PRECIOUS DAYS: THE FINAL YEAR OF JACK WITH JACKIE by Christopher Andersen; THE LAST BOY: MICKEY MANTLE AND THE END OF AMERICA’S CHILDHOOD by Jane Leavy; BELOW STAIRS: THE CLASSIC KITCHEN MAID’S MEMOIR THAT INSPIRED DOWNTON ABBEY by Margaret Powell; REPUTATION: PORTRAITS IN POWER by Marjorie Williams; BORN ROUND: THE SECRET HISTORY OF A FULL-TIME EATER by Frank Bruni; DASHIELL HAMMETT by Dennis Dooley; OUTRAGEOUS ACTS AND EVERYDAY REBELLIONS by Gloria Steinem; COMPOSED: A MEMOIR by Rosanne Cash; THE GLASS CASTLE by Jeannette Walls; TOUCH AND GO: A MEMOIR by Studs Terkel; and THE ANDY WARHOL DIARIES, edited by Pete Hackett.
Christian Fiction: SARAH’S SONG by Karen Kingsbury.
Classics: THE COMPLETE STORIES and EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST CONVERGE by Flannery O’Connor; BARRY LYNDON, THE NEWCOMES, VANITY FAIR and THE BOOK OF SNOBS by William Thackeray; CASTLE RACKRENT & ENNUI by Maria Edgeworth; JACOB’S ROOM by Virginia Woolf; LITTLE WOMEN by Louisa May Alcott; ENGLISH HOURS by Henry James; TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Harper Lee; THE JUNGLE BOOK by Rudyard Kipling; THOUSAND CRANES by Yasunari Kawabata; THE COLLECTOR’S BOOK OF SCIENCE FICTION by H. G. Wells (this is filled with the original illustrations from old magazines); TWO POETS by Balzac; THE PILGRIM’S PROGRESS by John Bunyan; OF MICE AND MEN and THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT by John Steinbeck; and ALMAYER’S FOLLY by Joseph Conrad.
Cookbooks: THE SWEDISH TABLE by Helene Henderson; THE NAKED CHEF, HAPPY DAYS WITH THE NAKED CHEF and THE NAKED CHEF TAKES OFF by Jamie Oliver; JAPANESE WOMEN DON’T GET OLD OR FAT: SECRETS OF MY MOTHER’S TOKYO KITCHEN by Naomi Moriyama; SKINNY ITALIAN by Teresa Giudice; THE MEDITERRANEAN DIET by Marissa Cloutier; and THE RAW TRUTH: TRANSFORM YOUR HEALTH WITH THE POWER OF LIVING NUTRIENTS by Jordan Rubin.
Crafts, Hobbies & Collectibles: 50 YEARS OF STOCK CAR RACING: A HISTORY OF COLLECTIBLES AND MEMORABILIA by Ken Breslauer.
Fantasy: GUARDIANS OF THE WEST, KING OF THE MURGOS, DEMON LORD OF KARANDA, SORCERESS OF DARSHIVA, THE SEERESS OF KELL, THE BELGARIAD PART ONE and PART TWO, all by David Eddings and all very nice hardbacks with dust jackets; THE ADVENTURES OF SAMURAI CAT by Mark Rogers; and MERLIN’S RING by Warner Munn.
Fiction: LOLITA by Vladimir Nabokov; THE LAST ANNIVERSARY by Liane Moriarty; FORGOTTEN BOXES by Becki Willis; THE LAST TESTAMENT OF OSCAR WILDE by Peter Ackroyd; A MAN CALLED OVE by Fredrik Backman; THE BONE PEOPLE by Keri Hulme; THE PACT by Jodi Picoult; THE ICE QUEEN by Alice Hoffman; THE VIRGIN BLUE by Tracy Chevalier; EXTREMELY LOUD & INCREDIBLY CLOSE by Jonathan Foer; THE KITE RUNNER by Khaled Hosseini; and THE CASUAL VACANCY by J. K. Rowling.
Gardening: GO NATIVE: GARDENING WITH NATIVE PLANTS AND WILDFLOWERS IN THE LOWER MIDWEST by Carolyn Harstad.
History: SIR FRANCIS DRAKE & THE GOLDEN HIND by Alex Cumming; RUSSIA’S HEROES 1941-45 by Albert Axell; LIAISON: THE GRIPPING STORY OF THE DIPLOMAT SPY AND THE CHINESE OPERA STAR WHOSE AFFAIR INSPIRED “M. BUTTERFLY” by Joyce Wadler; LIFE IN THE THIRD REICH: DAILY LIFE IN NAZI GERMANY 1933-1945 by Paul Roland; WHAT WENT WRONG: THE CLASH BETWEEN ISLAM AND MODERNITY IN THE MIDDLE EAST by Bernard Lewis; THE PRINCE OF THE MARSHES AND OTHER OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS OF A YEAR IN IRAQ by Rory Stewart; THE SOUP HAS MANY EYES: FROM SHTETL TO CHICAGO—A MEMOIR OF ONE FAMILY’S JOURNEY THROUGH HISTORY by Joann Leonard; THE GLORIOUS CAUSE: THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, 1763-1789 by Robert Middlekauff; HOW THE IRISH SAVED CIVILIZATION by Thomas Cahill; and EYEWITNESS TO AMERICA: 500 YEARS OF AMERICAN HISTORY IN THE WORDS OF THOSE WHO SAW IT HAPPEN, edited by David Colbert.
Horror: EXIT TO EDEN and THE WITCHING HOUR by Anne Rice; PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES by Seth Grahame-Smith; DAWN OF THE DREADFULS by Steve Hockensmith; and DRAGONBANE by Sherrilyn Kenyon.
Humor & Commentary: GARFIELD BIGGER THAN LIFE and GARFIELD SITS AROUND THE HOUSE by Jim Davis; AKBAR & JEFF’S GUIDE TO LIFE by Matt Groening; IT CAME FROM THE FAR SIDE by Gary Larson; BLOOM COUNTY BABYLON by Berke Breathed; DOONESBURY DELUXE by Garry Trudeau; and ORAL SADISM AND THE VEGETARIAN PERSONALITY, edited by Glenn Ellenbogen.
Large Print: MOO by Jane Smiley;
Literature: TEN YEARS IN A TUB: A DECADE OF SOAKING IN GREAT BOOKS by Nick Hornby.
Medicine: THE A TO Z GUIDE OF HEALING HERBAL REMEDIES by Jason Elias and Shelagh Masline and DNA USA: A GENETIC PORTRAIT OF AMERICA by Bryan Sykes.
Music: FIRESIDE BOOK OF FOLK SONGS, edited by Margaret Boni.
Mystery: CRIME STORIES by Louis L’Amour.
New & Notable: The Deck of Cards, with 56 original works by contemporary British artists; TRICKS OF THE TRADE: OVER 79 EXPERTS REVEAL THE SECRETS BEHIND WHAT THEY DO BEST, edited by Jerry Dunn; MYTHBUSTERS: THE TRUTH BEHIND 30 URBAN LEGENDS by Keith and Kent Zimmerman; SHOCK VALUE: A TASTEFUL BOOK ABOUT BAD TASTE by John Waters; and A BESTIARY OF BRIDGE by James Kilpatrick.
New Age & Parapsychology: THE COMPLETE PROPHECIES OF NOSTRADAMUS, translated by Henry Roberts; EMERGENCE: THE SHIFT FROM EGO TO ESSENCE by Barbara Hubbard; ZOLAR’S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ANCIENT AND FORBIDDEN KNOWLEDGE; A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE TAROT and THE TAROT REVEALED by Eden Gray; THE EDGAR CAYCE READER by Herbert Puryear; and EDGAR CAYCE ON PROPHECY by Mary Ellen Carter.
Parenting: RAISING YOUR CHILD: THE OWNER’S MANUAL FROM FIRST BREATH TO FIRST GRADE by Michael Roizen and Mehmet Oz.
Philosophy: ON THE GENEALOGY OF MORALITY by Friedrich Nietzsche; THE QUESTION OF GOD: C. S. LEWIS AND SIGMUND FREUD DEBATE GOD, LOVE, SEX AND THE MEANING OF LIFE by Dr. Armand Nicholi; and HOW TO PRACTICE: THE WAY TO A MEANINGFUL LIFE by the Dalai Lama.
Poetry: THE WASTELAND, PRUFROCK AND OTHER POEMS by T. S. Eliot; RISKING EVERYTHING: 110 POEMS OF LOVE AND REVELATION, edited by Roger Housden; THE RAG AND BONE SHOP OF THE HEART: POEMS FOR MEN, edited by Robert Bly; and BELOVED ON THE EARTH: 150 POEMS OF GRIEF AND GRATITUDE, edited by Jim Perlman.
Psychology & Self-Help: SUCCULENT WILD WOMAN: DANCING WITH YOUR WONDERFUL SELF by Sark.
Reference: THE OXFORD DICTIONARY OF LITERARY QUOTATIONS, edited by Peter Kemp; EATS, SHOOTS & LEAVES: A ZERO TOLERANCE APPROACH TO PUNCTUATION by Lynne Truss; WEBSTERISMS: A COLLECTION OF WORDS AND DEFINITIONS SET FORTH BY THE FOUNDING FATHER OF AMERICAN ENGLISH, compiled by Arthur Schulman; THE STORY OF SPANISH by Jean-Benoit Nadeau and Julie Barlow; and LEARN SPANISH THE FAST AND FUN WAY by Gene Hammitt.
Religion: MIRACLES and GOD IN THE DOCK: ESSAYS ON THEOLOGY AND ETHICS by C. S. Lewis and SPIRITUAL LITERACY: READING THE SACRED IN EVERYDAY LIFE by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat.
Science & Nature: STIFF: THE CURIOUS LIVES OF HUMAN CADAVERS by Mary Roach and THE HIDDEN MESSAGES IN WATER by Masaru Emoto.
Science Fiction: THE YEAR’S BEST MILITARY SF & SPACE OPERA, edited by David Afsharirad; ORPHANAGE by Robert Buettner; WAR DOGS by Greg Bear; PROXIMA by Stephen Baxter; DUNE: THE MACHINE CRUSADE by Brian Herbert; ARMOR by John Steakley; OUT OF THE DARK by David Weber; THE WIND FROM THE SUN, RENDEZVOUS WITH RAMA, THE GARDEN OF RAMA and CRADLE by Arthur C. Clarke; and OUT OF THE SILENT PLANET, PERELANDRA and THAT HIDEOUS STRENGTH by C. S. Lewis.
Also, a huge fan has donated us a number of large Star Trek books in excellent condition: THE STAR TREK ENCYCLOPEDIA and STAR TREK CHRONOLGY by Michael and Denise Okuda; CAPTAIN’S LOGS and CAPTAIN’S LOGS: SUPPLEMENT by Edward Gross and Mark Altman; THE MAKING OF STAR TREK DEEP SPACE NINE by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens; STAR TREK: NEW WORLDS, NEW CIVILIZATIONS by Michael Friedman, with fabulous illustrations by many artists; and CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF STAR TREK: THE STAR TREK FICTION COMPANION by Jeff Ayers.
Social Studies: NO ONE SEES ME, a collection of photographs and interviews with the homeless by David Sleppy.
Sports: A GENTLER STRENGTH: THE YOGA BOOK FOR WOMEN by Paddy O’Brien.
Westerns & American Indians: SIN KILLER, THE WANDERING HILL, BY SORROW’S RIVER and FOLLY AND GLORY, Books 1-4 in the Berrybender Narrative by Larry McMurtry; RIGHT BETWEEN THE EYES by William Johnstone; THE CHEYENNE INDIANS: HISTORY AND SOCIETY by George Grinnell; and FRONTIER STORIES by Louis L’Amour.
Audio Books on CD: NW by Zadie Smith.
Music CDs: THE ASSOCIATIONS GREATEST HITS.
DVD: THE INFORMANT with Matt Damon; SWIMMING POOL with Charlotte Rampling; AMERICAN GANGSTER with Denzel Washington; NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN with Tommy Lee Jones; THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE with Liam Neeson; and NIGHT GALLERY: THE COMPLETE SERIES with host Rod Sterling.
I also have two movies on DVD that are in excellent condition in cases without the wrapping: THE LION IN WINTER with Katharine Hepburn and THE MASK OF ZORRO with Anthony Hopkins. These will sell for twenty-five cents.
FOR THE CHILDREN
Comics: Transformers: Combiner Wars.
For Parents: FROMMER’S NATIONAL PARK WITH KIDS; FROMMER’S 500 PLACES TO TAKE YOUR KIDS BEFORE THEY GROW UP; and TALKING TO FIREFLIES, SHRINKING THE MOON: NATURE ACTIVITIES FOR ALL AGES by Edward Duensing.
Hardback Picture Books: A BUG’S LIFE: FLIK THE INVENTOR from Disney; TIME TO SLEEP, SHEEP THE SHEEP by Mo Willems; MAISY BIG, MAISY SMALL by Lucy Cousins; MADELINE AT THE WHITE HOUSE by John Bemelmans Marciano; LULL-A-BYE, LITTLE ONE by Dianne Ochiltree with pictures by Hideko Takahashi; ONE DAY IN THE EUCALYPTUS, EUCALYPTUS TREE by Daniel Bernstrom with pictures by Brendan Wenzel; THE CAT IN THE HAT: THE MOVIE, adapted by Jesse McCann; TWELVE MORE LITTLE RACE CARS by Scott and Judy Pruett; and WHEREVER YOU GO, MY LOVE WILL FIND YOU by Nancy Tillman.
Paperback Picture Books: WET CATS by Rita Gelman with pictures by Eric Gurney; MOTHER GOOSE with pictures by Tomie dePaola; THE FIRST STRAWBERRIES, retold by Joseph Bruchac with pictures by Anna Vojtech; OTIS AND THE KITTENS by Loren Long; PEANUT BUTTER AND CUPCAKE by Terry Border; CURIOUS GEORGE RIDES A BIKE by H. A. Rey; OVER IN THE MEADOW with pictures by Ezra Jack Keats; MISS MAPLE’S SEEDS by Eliza Wheeler; COAT OF MANY COLORS by Dolly Parton with pictures by Brooke Boynton-Hughes; AS AN OAK TREE GROWS by G. Brian Karas; THE PERFECT PRESENT by Fiona Roberton; BEFORE WE GO TO BED by Sue Mongredien with pictures by Cee Biscoe; LOVE, MOUSERELLA by David Stein; GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS, retold and illustrated by Jan Brett; THE LITTLE WHITE OWL by Tracey Corderoy with pictures by Jan Chapman; DR. DUCK by Steve Smallman with pictures by Hannah George; IF THE SHOE FITS by Gary Soto with pictures by Terry Widener; and IF YOU GIVE A CAT A CUPCAKE by Laura Numeroff with pictures by Felicia Bond.
Series Books: JUNIE B. JONES AND SOME SNEAKY PEAKY SPYING by Barbara Park; NANCY CLANCY: SECRET ADMIRER by Jane O’Connor; BAD KITTY: DRAWN TO TROUBLE and BAD KITTY FOR PRESIDENT by Nick Bruel; THE HARDY BOYS: THE TOWER TREASURE by Franklin Dixon; DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: OLD SCHOOL by Jeff Kinney; and THE SIGN OF THE TWISTED CANDLE, THE SCARLET SLIPPER MYSTERY and THE MYSTERY OF THE BRASS BOUND TRUNK, three Nancy Drew stories by Carolyn Keene.
Non-Fiction: SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS: BUG SCIENCE by Karen Young; CHEMICAL BONDS by Phillip Manning; DOUBLE HELIX: THE QUEST TO UNCOVER THE STRUCTURE OF DNA by Glen Phelan; RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT with 3-D Lenticular Cover; and TRUE STORIES OF THE BLITZ by Henry Brook.
Newbery Shelf: NUMBER THE STARS by Lois Lowry and HABIBI by Naomi Nye.
Ready-to Read: THE TOOTH BOOK, ONE FISH,TWO FISH, RED FISH, BLUE FISH and THE SLEEP BOOK by Dr. Seuss; WHAT THIS STORY NEEDS IS A PIG IN A WIG by Emma Virjan; and BARBIE: I CAN BE A BABY DOCTOR (Level 2) by Susan Marenco.
Young Adult & Intermediate Fantasy: A SHADE OF VAMPIRE by Bella Forrest; THE LIGHTNING THIEF, THE BATTLE OF THE LABYRINTH and THE TITAN’S CURSE by Rick Riordan; THE WORLD OF THE HUNGER GAMES by Kate Egan; THE HUNGER GAMES TRIBUTE GUIDE by Emily Seife; and ONCE UPON A MARIGOLD by Jean Ferris.
Finally a reminder—when you join the Friends of the Library, you are supporting all the library’s programs and resources in your community. Ask at the cashier’s desk when you check out—joining is easy! And don’t forget to go to the library’s website at www.nafclibrary.org to find out about all the neat FREE programs that are available in part because you are a Friends member.