Dear Friends and Book Lovers,
I’ve decided to start off each newsletter with our hours of operation, just so you know: Saturday, August 3, 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:  Let’s begin with the ever-popular old books:
• PASSAGES FROM THE AMERICAN NOTE-BOOKS by Nathaniel Hawthorne (1900, $2)
• ROMOLA by George Eliot (Pre-1910, $2)
• MASTER OF BALLANTRAE (1909, $2) and LETTERS (1925, $2) by Robert Louis Stevenson
• THE ILIAD by Homer (1912, $2)
• THE FRENCH REVOLUTION by Thomas Carlyle (pre-1900,$2)
• HISTORY OF PHILIP THE SECOND by William Prescott (1886, Volume III, $2)
• A MANUAL OF COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC by John Hart (1883, $3)
• THE STAGE AND THE SCHOOL by Katharine Ommanney (1939, $2)
• EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY IN THE INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS IN THE UNITED STATES by Isaac Clarke (1898, $4)
• AN ADVANCED ENGLISH GRAMMAR by George Kittredge and Frank Farley (1913, $2)
• HISTORY OF THE EARTH AND ANIMATED NATURE by Oliver Goldsmith (1856, $2)
• SONGS AND BALLADS by Herman Rave (1893, $5)
I have just one work of newer fiction:
• THE YANKEE FROM TENNESSEE, a biographical novel of Andrew Johnson, by Noel Gerson.  Gerson wrote hundreds of historical works, some under the pen name of Donald Clayton Porter, others as Dana Fuller Ross.
We have more books about Indiana, and there will be a cart with overflow Indiana books.
• SHERMAN MINTON: INDIANA’S SUPREME COURT JUSTICE by William Franklin Radcliffe (signed by the author, 1996, $5)
• HISTORIC HOMES OF NEW ALBANY, INDIANA by David Barksdale & Gregory Sekula (2015, $3)
• THE INDIANA BOOK OF RECORDS, FIRSTS AND FASCINATING FACTS by Fred Cavinder (1985, $2)
• FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT: A COLLECTION OF RECIPES FROM ST. MARY OF THE KNOBS from Morris Press (2010, $2)
• HONK IF YOU’RE A HOOSIER by Toby McDaniel (signed by the author, 2001, $3)
• INDIANA PLACE NAMES by Ronald Baker and Marvin Carmony (1975, $2)
• FAMILIAR TREATISE ON CHRISTIAN BAPTISM by James Wood, professor in New Albany Theological Seminary (1850, $8)
• REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEW ALBANY, INDIANA, revised & compiled by George Hester (1904, $5)
• RECIPES ON THE GO from the NAFC School Bus Drivers Association (2004, $2)
• THE MOVING WALL, a DVD on Clark County’s fallen heroes (2009, $2)
• WINEING YOUR WAY ACROSS INDIANA: RECIPES, HISTORY AND SCENERY by Becky Kelley with photos by Kathy Woodhouse (signed by the authors, 2017, $3)
In children’s books, we have the following:
• In the Tiny Elf Library, all from 1968 and all selling for $1, BABY DEER, TIMMY TRAIN, BRAVE BUSTER BEAR, TILLIE THE TURTLE and MY PETS
• THE REAL MOTHER GOOSE with illustrations by Blanche Fisher Wright (1964, $2)
• THE TALE OF TAI AND WU AND LU AND LI by Evelyn Young (1940, $2)
• JACK LONDON, a biography by Shannon Garst (1945, $2)
• GIANT GOLDEN MAKE-IT BOOK from McCall’s, designed by John Peter (1968, $2)
• THIS IS OUR LAND by Josephine Pease with lovely pictures by Esther Friend (1967, $5)
• A VISIT TO THE CHILDREN’S ZOO by Barbara Hazen (1972, $2)
• LITTLE GOLDEN PICTURE DICTIONARY by Nancy Hulick (1973, $3)
• BOB: WATCHDOG OF THE RIVER by Lynn Hall (1974, $2)
• HOME AND SCHOOL STUDY GUIDE TO THE BOOK OF KNOWLEDGE (1970, $2)
In closing, I have some very nice autographed books:
• AVENUE OF MYSTERIES by John Irving (2015,$6)
• DON’T GO by Lisa Scottoline (2013, $3)
• REASON FOR HOPE by Jane Goodall (1999, $4)
• STRANGER SUNS, a leather-bound Easton Press first edition by George Zebrowski (1991, $5)
• DEEP COMMUNITY: ADVENTURES IN THE MODERN FOLK UNDERGROUND by Scott Alarik (2003, $3)
• WHAT’S A NICE REPUBLICAN GIRL LIKE ME DOING IN THE ACLU by Sheila Kennedy (1997, $3)
• HARVESTING NATURE’S BOUNTY by Kevin Duffy (2004, $3)
• BACK PORCH TALKIN’-LIVIN’ COUNTRY by William “Uncle Bill” Hornickel (2012, $3)
• WHO’S NEXT by Teddi Robinson (2015, $3)
• SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE by Jennifer Bernard (2016, $4)
• RICH AND OUTRAGEOUS (2015, $3) and UNWRAPPING HIS CONVENIENT FIANCEE (2016, $3) by Melanie Milburne
• SING UNTO THE LORD: A HISTORY OF THE MOUNTAIN ANTHEMS, signed by the director of the Mountain Anthems, Menno Beachy (2006, $4)
On the Special Sale Table:
• The British poet Rupert Brooke was born on August 3, 1887 and died tragically young at the age of 27 in 1915.  During his short life, he made quite an impression on the artists and literary figures around him, not only for his talent as a poet but also for his good looks.  W. B. Yeats described him as “the handsomest young man in England.”  He enlisted in the navy when World War I broke out, but it was not a German bullet but an infected mosquito bite that ended his life on the Greek island of Skyros, where he is buried.  His best-known poem, “The Soldier,” is represented in THE PENGUIN BOOK OF FIRST WORLD WAR POETRY.  We have this in paperback for just a quarter.  In addition, our 50% discount applies to books on art and music (and all those music CDs!).
Choice Selections Fiction:
• JUROR #3 by James Patterson
• THE BROKEN GIRLS by Simone St. James
• THE CLOCKMAKER’S DAUGHTER by Kate Morton
• THE THREE SECRET CITIES by Matt Reilly
• THE DEVIL’S ASPECT by Craig Russell
• THE IMMORTALIST by Chloe Benjamin
• THE TATTOOIST OF AUSCHWITZ by Heather Morris
• THE GREAT ALONE by Kristin Hannah
• SILENT NIGHT and BLESSING IN DISGUISE by Danielle Steel
• THE FALLEN by David Baldacci
• THE DEATH OF MRS. WESTAWAY by Ruth Ware
• THE BOOKSHOP OF YESTERDAYS by Amy Meyerson
• LETHAL WHITE by Robert Galbraith
• THE HIGH TIDE CLUB by Mary Kay Andrews
Choice Selections Non-Fiction:
• JUST KIDS: ILLUSTRATED EDITION by Patti Smith
• THE ORDER OF TIME by Carlo Rovelli
Animals & Pets:
• NESTS: 50 NESTS AND THE BIRDS THAT BUILT THEM by Sharon Beals
• SCATS AND TRACKS OF THE SOUTHEAST: A FIELD GUIDE TO THE SIGNS OF 70 WILDLIFE SPECIES by James Halfpenny
• CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE CAT LOVER’S SOUL by Jack Canfield
• HOW THE ANIMALS DO IT by Larry Feign
Automobiles:
• WHO ME: FORTY YEARS OF AUTOMOBILE HISTORY by Chris Sinsabaugh
Biography:
• MYSTERY OF EVEREST: A PHOTOBIOGRAPHY OF GEORGE MALLORY by Audrey Salkeld
• CLEMENTINE: THE LIFE OF MRS. WINSTON CHURCHILL by Sonia Purnell
• WILLIE MAYS: THE LIFE, THE LEGEND by James Hirsch
• THE LOVE YOU MAKE: AN INSIDER’S STORY OF THE BEATLES by Peter Brown & Steven Gaines
• BACKING INTO FORWARD: A MEMOIR by Jules Feiffer
• AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MARK TWAIN: VOLUME I, edited by Harriet Smith
• FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE by Daisaku Ikeda
• WILL ROGERS: A BIOGRAPHY by Ben Yagoda
• PROMISE ME, DAD: A YEAR OF HOPE, HARDSHIP AND PURPOSE by Joe Biden
• TOMBOY BRIDE: A WOMAN’S PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF LIFE IN MINING CAMPS OF THE WEST by Harriet Backus
• FIRST LADIES: POLITICAL ROLE AND PUBLIC IMAGE by Edith Mayo
• DIARY OF A MAD DIVA by Joan Rivers
Christian Fiction:  Christian fiction fans!  We have received a huge donation of your favorite books, so many we can’t shelve them all.  Here are just three popular authors, and if you want to look at more boxes in the cage, just ask me!  Also, many are in Large Print!
• BRUSH OF WINGS, FAMILY, EVERY NOW & THEN, THE CHANCE, CHASING SUNSETS and more by Karen Kingsbury
• THE LOVE LETTERS, THE PHOTOGRAPH, THE WISH, THE GUARDIAN, THE ATONEMENT and more by Beverly Lewis
• THE HAWAIIAN QUILT, THE BISHOP’S DAUGHTER, LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE, A MERRY HEART, THE SEEKERS and more by Wanda Brunstetter
Classics:
• ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND/THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS by Lewis Carroll
• ON THE ROAD by Jack Kerouac
• LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI by Mark Twain
• THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT by John Steinbeck
• THE GIGANTIC BOOK OF SAILING STORIES, edited by Stephen Brennan with works by O. Henry, Wilkie Collins, Joseph Conrad, Herman Melville and more
• THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde
• THE MASTER AND THE MARGARITA by Mikhail Bulgakov
• A JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH by Jules Verne
• THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J. D. Salinger
• LES MISERABLES by Victor Hugo
• TEN GREAT MYSTERIES by Edgar Allan Poe
Cookbooks:
• FARM FOOD: GREEN LIVING by Chef Daniel Orr
• WINE BITES: SIMPLE MORSELS THAT PAIR PERFECTLY WITH WINE by Barbara Scott-Goodman
• PALEO BEGINNER’S GUIDE by Dr. Ryan Lazarus
• THE COMPLETE IDIOT’S GUIDE TO GLUTEN-FREE EATING by Eve Adamson
Crafts & Hobbies:
• CABINETRY: THE WOODWORKER’S GUIDE TO BUILDING CABINETS AND SHELVES, edited by Robert Yoder
• PRECIOUS JEWELLERY: 25 PROJECTS USING PRECIOUS AND SEMI-PRECIOUS BEADS by Cheryl Owen
• Along with several crochet magazines, we have PLUS SIZE CROCHET: FASHIONS THAT FIT AND FLATTER by Margaret Hubert
• CROCHET FOR THE FUN OF IT: OVER 50 QUICK PROJECTS FOR THE CRAFTER-ON-THE-GO by Frida Ponten
• 75 BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES & LITTLE BEASTS TO KNIT AND CROCHET by Lesley Stanfield
• COMFORT KNITTING & CROCHET AFGHANS: MORE THAN 50 AFFORDABLE DESIGNS by Norah Gaughan & Margery Winter
• CROCHETED AFGHANS: 25 THROWS, WRAPS AND BLANKETS TO CROCHET by Melody Griffiths
• BOUND: OVER 20 ARTFUL HANDMADE BOOKS by Erica Ekrem
• MAKING HANDMADE BOOKS by Alisa Golden
Erotic Fiction:
• BODY and SOUL by Audrey Carlan
Fantasy:
• A CLASH OF KINGS by George R. R. Martin
• MAGIC BURNS, MAGIC STRIKE, MAGIC BLEEDS and MAGIC BITES by Ilona Andrews
• ARTHUR SPIDERWICK’S FIELD GUIDE TO THE FANTASTICAL WORLD AROUND YOU by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black
• ICE LAND by Betsy Tobin
• PACIFIC FIRE by Greg Van Eekhout
Fiction:
• NINE PERFECT STRANGERS by Liane Moriarty
• THE STORYTELLER by Jodi Picoult
• STILL ME and THE PEACOCK EMPORIUM by Jojo Moyes
• Many more books by Richard Paul Evans, including THE BROKEN ROAD, THE WALK and WALKING ON WATER
• THE CROSS-COUNTRY QUILTERS by Jennifer Chiaverini
• CLOUD ATLAS by David Mitchell
• MY DEAR HAMILTON, a novel of Alexander Hamilton’s wife, by Stephanie Dray
• WELCOME TO THE MONKEY HOUSE by Kurt Vonnegut
• ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST by Ken Kesey
• THE CRYING OF LOT 49 by Thomas Pynchon
• DOROTHY PARKER’S ELBOW: TATTOOS ON WRITERS & WRITERS ON TATTOOS, edited by Kim Addonizio & Cheryl Dumesnil (in short stories)
• THE SNOW CHILD by Eowyn Ivey
• ATLAS SHRUGGED by Ayn Rand
• THE RUMOR by Elin Hilderbrand
• ONE HUNDRED YEAR OF SOLITUDE by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Foreign Language:
• BASICS OF BIBLICAL GREEK GRAMMAR by William Mounce
Gardening:
• THE HEIRLOOM TOMATO: FROM GARDEN TO TABLE by Amy Goldman
• EDIBLE WILD PLANTS: A NORTH AMERICAN FIELD GUIDE by Thomas Elias
• WHAT TREE IS THAT: A GUIDE TO THE MORE COMMON NORTH AMERICAN TREES from the Arbor Day Foundation
History:
• AUSCHWITZ: THE NAZIS AND THE FINAL SOLUTION by Laurence Rees
• THE MIND OF WAR: JOHN BOYD AND AMERICAN SECURITY by Grant Hammond
• LIONS OF KANDAHAR: THE STORY OF A FIGHT AGAINST ALL ODDS by Major Rusty Bradley
• DOG COMPANY: A TRUE STORY OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS ABANDONED BY THEIR HIGH COMMAND by Lynn Vincent & Captain Roger Hill
• SUMMER OF LOVE: SAN FRANCISCO 1966-67, a photo-documentary by Gene Anthony
• UTOPIA: THE PERFECT SOCIETY AS SEEN BY WORLD’S GREATEST UTIOPIAN WRITERS & ARTISTS
• PEARL HARBOR: THE WAY IT WAS, DECEMBER 7, 1941 by Scott Stone
• From the Time-Life Epic of Flight series, THE JET AGE, THE FIRST AVIATORS, THE BUSH PILOTS, ARCHITECTS OF AIR POWER and DESIGNERS AND TEST PILOTS
• From the Time-Life World War II series, VICTORY IN EUROPE and THE MEDITERRANEAN
• THE ELUSIVE ENEMY: U.S. NAVAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE IMPERIAL JAPANESE FLEET by Douglas Ford
• TARGET TOKYO: JIMMY DOOLITTLE AND THE RAID THAT AVENGED PEARL HARBOR by James Scott
• BEST LITTLE STORIES FROM THE WHITE HOUSE by Brian Kelly
• NOTHING LIKE IT IN THE WORLD: THE MEN WHO BUILT THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD 1863-1869 by Stephen Ambrose
• NAZI GERMANY AND WORLD WAR II by Donald Wall
• DON’T KNOW MUCH ABOUT GEOGRAPHY by Kenneth Davis
• THE LIBERTY LINE: THE LEGEND OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD by Larry Gara
• LEGENDS OF THE SAMURAI by Hiroaki Sato
• HEROINES OF MERCY STREET: THE REAL NURSES OF THE CIVIL WAR by Pamela Toler
• VOYAGERS OF THE TITANIC: PASSENGERS, SAILORS, SHIPBUILDERS, ARISTOCRATS AND THE WORLDS THEY CAME FROM by Richard Davenport-Hines
• THE DEEP STATE: THE FALL OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE RISE OF A SHADOW GOVERNMENT by Mike Lofgren
• APPIAN ROMAN HISTORY, translated by Horace White
• THE RISE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE by Polybus
• THE FALL OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC by Plutarch
• THE WAR WITH HANNIBAL by Livy
Household:
• GOOD THINGS FOR ORGANIZING by Martha Stewart
Horror:
• THIRD GRAVE AHEAD by Darynda Jones
• THE DARK AT THE END by F. Paul Wilson
• THE DARK TOWER VII, IT, THE SHINING and more by Stephen King
• BITTEN, STOLEN and DIME STORE MAGIC by Kelley Armstrong
Kentuckiana:
• THE ANGELS’ SHARE, a Bourbon Kings novel by J. R. Ward
• ALL THE LIVING by C. E. Morgan
• THE LAKE OF DREAMS by Kim Edwards
Large Print:
• KISS THE BRIDE: THREE SUMMER LOVE STORIES by Melissa McClone, Robin Lee Hatcher & Kathryn Springer
• HERE COMES THE RIDE, an Andi McConnell mystery by Lorena McCourtney
Literature:
• THE ENDURING POWER OF “TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD” from Life (a 25 cent special issue)
Medicine:
• THE HEALING POWER OF TOUCH: THE MANY WAYS PHYSICAL CONTACT CAN CURE by Karin Sullivan
Mystery:
• DEATH OF A LOBSTER LOVER, a cozy by Lee Hollis
• THE CUCKOO’S CALLING, Robert Galbraith’s (aka J. K. Rowling) first Cormoran Strike mystery
New & Notable:
• THE ART OF SIGN LANGUAGE by Christopher Brown, AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE CONCISE DICTIONARY by Martin Sternberg, THE PROFESSIONAL SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETER’S HANDBOOK by Linda Humphreys and many other books on sign language
• RE-GIFTERS, a graphic novel by Mike Carey
• GIL THORPE SILVER ANNIVERSARY YEARBOOK by Jack Berrill
• THE ART OF INU YASHA, a graphic book by Rumiko Takahashi
• GHOST WORLD, a graphic novel by Daniel Clowes
• THE BOOK OF THE BIZARRE: FREAKY FACTS & STRANGE STORIES by Varla Ventura
• EATING DEMOCRATS, ALIEN PORN, THE ZAMBIAN SPACE PROGRAM AND OTHER TRUE REMARKABLE OCCURRENCES by John Train
• HOW TO BE A GENIUS: YOUR BRAIN AND HOW TO TRAIN IT by John Woodward
• THE WALKING DEAD, a graphic novel created by Robert Kirkman
New Age & Parapsychology:
• FENG SHUI: MIND & BODY, SPIRIT & HOME by Gale Hale & Mark Evans
• ASTROANYALYSIS: YOUR PERSONAL HOROSCOPE
• MEMORIES OF GENESIS by Charles Fillmore
• THE BOOK OF KIN and THE SPACE OF LOVE by Vladimir Megre
• REIKI: THE LEGACY OF DR. USUI by Frank Petter
• THE WAY OF THE PEACEFUL WARRIOR: A BOOK THAT CHANGES LIVES by Dan Millman
• CRYSTAL AWARENESS by Catherine Bowman
Nora & Debbie Fans:
• SWEET TOMORROWS and LAST ONE HOME by Debbie Macomber
Parenting:
• THE CONTINUUM CONCEPT: IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS LOST by Jean Liedloff
Philosophy:
BUDDHA’S LITTLE INSTRUCTION BOOK by Jack Kornfield
Plays:
• THE AMERICAN DREAM & ZOO STORY by Edward Albee
Psychology & Self-Help:
• DAVID AND GOLIATH and OUTLIERS: THE STORY OF SUCCESS by Malcolm Gladwell
Religion:
• INSIDE THE VATICAN by Bart McDowell
Science & Nature:
• OUR WORLD IN SPACE by Robert McCall & Isaac Asimov
• WHOOSH, BOOM, SPLAT: THE GARAGE WARRIOR’S GUIDE TO BUILDING PROJECTILE SHOOTERS by William Gurstelle
• THE SCIENCE AND ART OF TRACKING and NATURE OBSERVATION AND TRACKING by Tom Brown, Jr.
• THE SAS TRACKING & NAVIGATION HANDBOOK by Neil Wilson
• SPECIAL FORCES SURVIVAL GUIDE: WILDERNESS SURVIVAL SKILLS by Chris McNab
• WILDERNESS FIRST AID by William Forgey
• LISTENING POINT by Sigurd Olson
• BIOPHILIA by Edward O. Wilson
Science Fiction:
• DO ANDROIDS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP, A MAZE OF DEATH, OUR FRIENDS FROM FROLIX 8, THE PENULTIMATE TRUTH, THE COSMIC PUPPETS, IN MILTON LUMKY TERRITORY and CONFESSIONS OF A CRAP ARTIST by Philip K. Dick
• ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD by Ray Bradbury
• THE VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SCIENCE FICTION, edited by Brian Ash
• We have many books with Star Wars themes, both paperback and hardback
• THE LAST COLONY by John Scalzi
Television:
• TOP OF THE ROCK: INSIDE THE RISE AND FALL OF MUST SEE TV by Warren Littlefield
Westerns & American Indians:
• LONESOME STANDARD TIME by Dana Jennings
• HOW CAN ONE SELL THE AIR: CHIEF SEATTLE’S VISION, edited by Eli Gifford
• FAIR BLOWS THE WIND and SACKETT’S LAND by Louis L’Amour
Music CDs:
• As those of you who were at our last sale know, we have received a huge donation of music CDs, over 2,000, and will be selling them again for a quarter each.  We have everything except rap—classical, opera, country, rock, Elvis, Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra and on and on forever.  Please come and take advantage of this incredible offer!
Audio Books on Cassette Tape:
• We have a large donation of books on tape by popular authors like James Patterson, Sue Grafton and David Baldacci—only 10 cents per book if you still have a tape player!
DVD:
• Seasons 1-7 of THE GOLDEN GIRLS, with Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White and Estelle Getty
• THE PINK PANTHER with Peter Sellers
• GODS AND GENERALS with Jeff Daniels
• EVENING with Meryl Streep
FOR THE CHILDREN
Children’s DVD:
• HANNAH MONTANA & MILEY CYRUS: BEST OF BOTH WORLDS CONCERT
• MEET THE SKY DANCERS
• NANCY DREW with Emma Roberts
• AKEELAH AND THE BEE with Laurence Fishburne
• BORATZ: FASHION PIXIES
Back-to-School:
• The kids are heading back to school and we have a big display of books on the subject with Spot, Amelia Bedelia and Stuart off to school along with many more.
Hardback Picture Books:
• THE ABC BUNNY by Wanda Gag
• D IS FOR DOLPHIN by Cami Berg with pictures by Janet Biondi
• BARNYARD BOOGIE: AN ORIGINAL PUPPET BOOK by Jim & Janet Post with pictures by Dan Vasconcellos
• SILENT OBSERVER by Christy Mackinnon
• FIREMAN SMALL by W. Herbert Yee
• ZEN SHORTS by Jon Muth
• SEVEN EGGS by Meredith Hooper with pictures by Terry McKenna
Paperback Picture Books:
• LION LESSONS by Jon Agee
Foreign-Language Books:
• DEUTSCH KONKRET: A GERMAN COURSE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, edited by Gerd Neuner et al.
Series Books:
• Many, many books in the Magic Tree House series by Mary Pope Osborne
• Several books in the Boxcar Children series by Gertrude Chandler Warner
Non-Fiction:
• THE PONY CLUB BOOK, edited by Barbara Cooper
• ANIMAL SKELETONS by Regina Kahney with pictures by Christopher Santoro
Children’s Poetry:
• THE MAGIC WOOD by Henry Treece with paintings by Barry Moser
Young Adult & Intermediate Fantasy:
• HARRY POTTER & THE SORCERER’S STONE, THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS, THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN, THE GOBLET OF FIRE, THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX and THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE, by J. K. Rowling
• DIVERGENT by Veronica Roth
• THE LOST HERO and THE MARK OF ATHENA by Rick Riordan
• THE SISTERS GRIMM: THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS by Michael Buckley
• EVERMORE by Alyson Noel
• CITY OF ASHES by Cassandra Clare
• AMBER HOUSE by Kelly Moore et al.
• GREGOR, THE OVERLANDER by Suzanne Collins
Young Adult Fiction:
• MED HEAD by James Patterson
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.