Books by the Hundreds

Our May We Suggest Facebook page reached triple digits with 100 followers. In honor of this, here's an eclectic list of books which also have a hundred — of something. Join us on Facebook to get awesome suggestions every week.

One hundred names for love: a stroke, a marriage, and the language of healing by Diane Ackerman

The one hundred: a guide to the pieces every stylish woman must own by Nina Garcia; illustrations by Ruben Toledo

One hundred days: my unexpected journey from doctor to patient by David Biro

Secret wars: one hundred years of British intelligence inside MI5 and MI6 by Gordon Thomas

Romances Set in Scotland

With less than two weeks left in the Connect Your Summer program, you may not have time to plan and go on a trip to Scotland. But you can still read a book to earn your Traveler Badge! As an added advantage, reading about the cool, misty Highlands might help you get through the current heat wave.

Highland heat by Mary Wine

Highland master by Amanda Scott

Highland protector by Hannah Howell

Desiring the Highlander by Michele Sinclair

New Hindi Books

We have our 2011 shipment of Hindi books on the shelves and waiting to be checked out. And, remember, you could read one of these books to earn your Multicultural Badge in the Connect Your Summer program! New titles include:

Cool Food in the Summertime

Summer is the perfect time for entertaining. Local produce is plentiful and the sunny skies let us enjoy outside entertaining. Have a party in your backyard and use these books to impress your guests with your amazing culinary skills. And you can earn your Connect Your Summer Foodie Badge while you enjoy!

Icebox cakes: simply irresistible no-bake desserts by Lauren Chattman; photography by Duane Winfield

BBQ 25 by Adam Perry Lang

Smokin' with Myron Mixon: recipes made simple, from the winningest man in barbecue by Myron Mixon with Kelly Alexander

The ultimate guide to pitcher drinks: cool cocktails for a crowd by Sharon Tyler Herbst

New Urdu Books

We have received our 2011 shipment of books in Urdu and they are on the shelves. Stop by and check them out. New titles include:

Barq-i tabassum by Shaukat Thānvī

Jis tan lagyā ʻishq kamāl by ʻUshnā Kaus̲ar Sardār

Obāmā kī āp bītī by Bārak Obāmā ; mutarjim, Yāsar Javvād

Ṣāʻiqah : Nāvil by Raz̤iyah Baṭ

Barf kā ādamī : afsāne by Sayyidah Nafīs Bāno Shamaʻ

Gardish-i daurāṉ : afsāne,afsānce by G̲ẖulām Ḥasan Baṭ

Adult Fiction Writers' Group

Interested in writing fiction, all types of media or genres, for an adult audience? Join us on Thursday, June 23rd from 6:00-7:00PM for our Adult Fiction Writers' Group.
Dave Richards, a library assistant and a freelance writer for the Eisner Award winning website, Comic Book Resources, moderates. Dave has completed an unpublished science fiction mystery novel and is currently writing a horror novel.

New Romances

Looking for a few good summer reads? Put your name on the hold list for these recently ordered romances. Then relax in your chaise lounge, knowing you will have some excellent beach reads on their way soon.

Hunter's Fall by Walker, Shiloh

Forgotten Sea by Kantra, Virginia

Baby, Come Home by Bond, Stephanie

Dark Awakening by Castle, Kendra Leigh

Silk Is for Seduction by Chase, Loretta Lynda

Romance in Uniform

Ah, the timeless appeal of a man in uniform! The following authors understand this and have written exciting books featuring top-notch alpha heroes.

The unsung hero by Suzanne Brockmann — The first book in Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooter's series about Navy SEALs.

Trial by fire by Jo Davis — Suspense heats up Jo Davis' series on the Firefighters of Station Five — starting with this book.

Be my baby by Susan Andersen — New Orleans Police Officer Beau Dupree is assigned to guard rich girl Juliet Rose Astor Lowell.

Deadly identity by Lindsay McKenna — McKenna's latest stars Cade Garner, a tough Wyoming sherriff.

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