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Strong Women, Able To Leap Any Obstacle in 500 Pages Or Less

What do these books have in common? They all have storylines of strong women who overcome obstacles and struggles. Empower yourself and give them a try!

High School Drama and Friendship Book Suggestions

If you are interested in high school dramas and books dealing with friendship you may also be interested in the following book list that we put together based on one of our patron's request:

Teen Book Discussion : Glass

Read Glass by Ellen Hopkins then join us to discuss your favorite chapter or character. Teens going into grades seven through twelve can register online. Pick up a book to check out at the East Reference Desk.

Gear Up For Getting Creative!

Gear up for this year's summer reading theme (Get Creative @ Your Library) by checking out Blue Balliett's Chasing Vermeer or The Calder Game. These art-inspired mysteries are a lot of fun and when you finish you can check out the related games on Scholastic's website.

Positively creepy...

Stephen King is literally the 'Master of Horror', but if you have read everything he's written and you're looking for new authors try Dean Koontz's SHATTERED , THE ICE HOUSE by Minette Walters, F.

Digging for the Truth

Forensic science(often shortened to forensics) is the application of a broad spectrum of sciences to answer questions of interest to the legal system.  Aaron Elkins' Gideon Oliver is a forensic anthropologist, Eve Duncan featured in Iris Johansen's books is a forensic sculptor. Kathryn Fox has a new series featuring pathologist and forensic physician, Dr.

Vacation with the Berenstains

I love the Berenstain Bears! I also love going on vacation. So, when I found this book that combined these two things, I was pretty psyched! It might be fun to read about The Berenstain Bears Out West, too.  Or how about discovering The Berenstain Bears' Seashore Treasure?  All of these would be great to read during a car or plane trip on your way to your own vacation!

Now On Our Shelves...

Looking for something new to read? These debut mysteries are get high marks from readers:

Your Library: A Great Place For the Final Frontier

Calling all Trekkies!  Has the new Star Trek movie inspired you to read the novelizations?  The library has many Star Trek books in the science fiction series section, including The New Frontier, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager series.  The library also owns many Star Trek television series DVDs.  Explore new worlds, right here at your library.

Fan of Law & Order? Watch Boston Legal? You might like...

Looking for a good legal thriller? Read John Grisham or Scott Turow? Check out these award winning authors...

New Spanish Books

Today we're putting some brand new Spanish titles on the shelves. Take a look and find some great nonfiction titles, including: Tierra de todos by Jorge Ramos and En tiempos de guerra : la historia de un soldado by Ricardo S. Sanchez. If you prefer fiction, you might try Mexico acribillado by Francisco Martin Moreno.

Greg Iles fan? Have you read...

Greg Iles’ stories have been described as terrifying, suspenseful, and intense, words which also describe Jefferson Bass's FLESH & BONE, DEJA DEAD by Kathy Reich, Alex Kava's A PERFECT EVIL, DARKLY DREAMING DEXTER by  Jeff Lindsay, or  Karin Slaughter's BLINDSIGHTED.

Quirky Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Fiction Book Suggestions

Science fiction and fantasy can be much more than just chasing down spaceships and dragons. If you like books with quirky characters that don't always fit into a specific genre, give these books a look.

Stranded? Not with these reads.

If you're in the mood for an adventure this summer, check out one of these versions of Robinson Crusoe.  Or, try the real life story of Alexander Selkirk, the inspiration for the fiction tale.

Do you love SPINACH but hate CANDY?!?...well Little Pea does.

Little Pea loves spinach but hates the fact that he has to eat five whole pieces of candy (for dinner) before he can have any spinach (for dessert). Little Pea is a very funny story that children will delight in reading over and over, especially the picky eaters. If you like Little Pea, be sure to check out some of our other books by Amy Krouse Rosenthal:

If You Like Janet Evanovich, Tim Cockey try...

If you enjoy humor with your mystery, like Tim Cockey’s or Janet Evanovich’s stories, you might try Mischief in Maggody by Joan Hess,Carl Hiaasen's Powder Burn, Biggie and the Poisoned Politician by Nancy Bell, Sanibel Flats by Randy Wayne White, Bubbles Unbound by Sarah Strohmeyer, Murder Grins and Bears It: a Yooper Mys

Vote Now!

The general reading public seldom gets a chance to vote for their favorite book and/or author but here's your opportunity to do so. The Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel awards in July at the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival in Harrogate, England.  Laura Lippman, Mark Billingsham, Val McDermid, and Simon Kernick are among the 14 contenders. 

Hercule Poirot to Return to Television

David Suchet is filming 4 new Poirot mysteries for PBS.  Hercule Poirot is Agatha Christie's famous Belgian detective.  Mr. Suchet has portrayed Poirot for 21 years on public television's Mystery! series in over 60 episodes.

Teen Undead Fiction Book Suggestions

If you are interested in vampires and monsters with a hint of adventure and romance you may also be interested in the following book list that we put together based on one of our patron's request: