What’s New for March 2019

James Patterson, a very prolific and popular writer, has come up with a new series! Co-written with Max DiLallo, The Chef is about Caleb Rooney, a New Orleans police detective by day and a celebrity food truck chef by night. Caleb is accused of committing murder in his official capacity as Major Crimes Investigator. While fighting the charges against him, he discovers that the city is under threat of attack by terrorists who may be local. Check it out for an exciting new read!

With people trying to eat healthier because of various reasons or because of food allergies, there are many diets and specific recipes available. One such way of cooking is gluten-free, dairy-free or sugar-free. Clean Cooking by Elisabeth Johansson has more than 100 such recipes. Check it out for a tasty read!

For our teenage readers who enjoy science-fiction and time travel, the Library has Back to Blackbrick by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald. Cosmo's grandfather, who is suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's, gives him a key that opens up gates at Blackbrick Abbey. When he unlocks them, Cosmo finds himself in the past when his grandfather is 16-years old. As Cosmo learns about what life was like back then, he also learns painful truths about his family. Check it out for a thought-provoking read.

For the young readers, the Library has a new set of books on farming equipment in the series Seedlings. With colorful pictures and large-size text, these books are sure to please all those who enjoy reading or learning about how our food or animal feed is grown. Check it out for a delightful read!

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