What’s New for July

For adult readers who like quirky authors, the Library has the new book by T.C. Boyle aka T. Coraghessan Boyle entitled OUTSIDE LOOKING IN. Set in the 1960s during the Timothy Leary days (look him up to find out more about those days), a psychology Ph.D. student and his wife are drawn into a lifestyle that goes from “researching” the drug to all-out living in a communal house. Check it out for a trippy read!

For fans of history and the Cherokee Nation, BLOOD MOON by John Sedgwick is a fascinating look at the blood feud that existed between two rival Cherokee chiefs from the early years of the United States through the Trail of Tears and into the Civil War. Check it out for an informative read!

Today’s teenagers and younger kids love modern horror figures from television and the movies, but what about the monsters of yesteryear? The Library has a series entitled HOLLYWOOD MONSTERS, which ranges from Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde to Frankenstein. There is also a series on CREEPY CREATURES, which has Bigfoot to Zombies. Check them out for a scary read!

For the little readers, we have new bilingual lift-the-flap by Susie Jaramillo about elephants, baby chicks and little mice. Check them out for a surprise read!


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