New Books and Movies

These are books and movies that were new in May.   These could also be replacement books. Due to this being published so late, they may be found on the regular shelves.

Easy Reader
Colors — Emily Bolam
Juvenile Fiction
Spill the Beans — Sarah Mlynowski
Garfield: The Monday That Would Not End — Jim Davis
Mr. Lemoncello’s All-Star Breakout Game — Chris Grabenstein
Juvenile Non-Fiction
Mohawk — Katie Lajiness
Dakota — Katie Lajiness
Cree — Katie Lajiness
My Fourth of July — Jerry Spinelli
Young Adult
Broken Throne — Victoria Aveyard
Duel at Araluen — John Flanagan
Young Adult Non-Fiction
Adult Fiction

Willing to Die — Lisa Jackson
The View from Alameda Island — Robyn Carr
Far and Away — Fern Michaels
Hope on the Inside — Marie Bostwick
The Road Home — Richard Paul Evans
The Big Kahuna — Janet Evanovich
The Yankee Widow — Linda Leal Miller
The 13-Minute Murder — James Patterson
On a Summer Tide — Suzanne Woods Fisher
If She Wakes — Michael Koryta
The Never Game — Jeffery Deaver
My Ex-Best Friend’s Wedding — Wendy Wax
The Night Window — Dean Koontz
Blessing in Disguise — Danielle Steel
Never Tell — Lisa Gardner
The Unexpected Champion — Mary Connealy
Resistance Women — Jennifer Chiaverini
My Lovely Wife — Samantha Downing
As Long As We Both Shall Live — Joann Chaney
No Exit — Taylor Adams
Where the Crawdads Sing — Delia Owens
A Stolen Heart — Amanda Cabot
A Borrowed Dream — Amanda Cabot
A Tender Hope — Amanda Cabot
Queen Bee — Dorothea Benton Frank
Hot Shot –Fern Michaels
It’s a Christmas Thing — Janet Dailey
Large Print Fiction
Audio CD’s

The Called Him Preacher — William Johnstone
Buckskin — Robert B. Parker
Riding Shotgun — William Johnstone
Large Print Westerns
Romance (Paperback Books)

Sullivan’s Promise — Joan Johnston
Saving the Mail Order Bride
Large Print Mystery
Science Fiction
Adult Non-Fiction

The Pioneers — David McCullough
The Hot Zone — Richard Preston
Wild Bill — Tom Clavin
Adult Large Print Non-Fiction
Kansas Fiction
Kansas Non-Fiction

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
A Dog’s Way Home

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