Call Number – F Harrison
Recommended by – Leah
Written from the perspective of Rasputin’s daughter Masha, Enchantments is the story of the of last days of the Romanovs. After her father’s death, Masha is sent to the tsar’s palace to tend to Alyosha, the bed-ridden hemophiliac tsarevich. While Masha doesn’t have her infamous father’s healing powers, she does posses the power of words; she spends her days regaling Alyosha with rich and fantastic stories – some real and some imagined, which the reader of the novel will find as compelling as Alyosha does.
Call Number – F Pavone
Recommended by – Jeremy
“The Expats” is a fast-paced thriller that introduces us to Kate Moore – a mother and housewife with, shall we say, some secrets. The story bounces around the world with tons of plot twists, double-crosses, and memorable characters. I am not an avid reader of ‘thrillers’ but this is an amazing debut novel by Pavone
Call Number – 641.65 Vinton
Recommended by – Kelley
An amazingly simple guide to drying, freezing, canning and pickling. The book is organized by fruit/vegetable. The instructions are simple and the recipes make you wish for summer harvest of the garden. A must read for even the most beginning of food preservers!
Call Number – JF Williamson
Recommended by – Bailey
J:3:3 is scheduled to expire in eighteen days. He lives in a secure facility called Jason Farms. He loves bright colors; he is very protective of the Brokens; he desperately wants to see the sky. J:3:3—Martyr—is a clone. Both an intriguing novel and an exploration on the sanctity of human life, Replication challenges the reader to examine societal views of personhood and the ethics of human cloning.
Call Number – J 790.13
Recommended by – Hannah
A splendiferous read, chock full of practical jokes, super nifty crafts, and fun how to’s, this book is not only hilariously entertaining but also extremely informative. You will learn everything from how to give your dog a yawn to proper etiquette if you are abducted by an alien.