New this week – April 26, 2016

Week of April 26, 2016

Here is just some of what’s new this week.  Ask for any of these titles at either branch. For tips on how to place a reserve, please visit the Your Account page (for using our online catalogue to reserve a title) or the Waiting Lists page (to get direct assistance).

Almonte Branch

Fictionorchard

At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy  Chevalier
A Likely Story: a library lover’s mystery by Jenn McKinlay
The Last Mile:  an Amos Decker novel by David Baldacci
The Excellent Lombards by Jane Hamilton
The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel
The Shadow of War: the great war series; bk.1 by Stewart Binns

Non-Fictionschools

Residential Schools:  with the words and images of survivors by Larry Loyie
How to Succeed at University (and get a great job!):  mastering the critical skills you need for school, work, and life by Thomas R. Klassen
Bold Expressive Painting:  painting stills for still lifes, florals and landscapes in mixed media by Annie OBrien
The Idea of Canada:  letters to a nation by David Johnston
The Rainbow Comes and Goes:  a mother and son on life, love and loss by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt

DVDsshort

The Fall, series 2
Grace and Frankie, season 1
Boychoir
Remember
Spotlight
The Big Short

Pakenham Branch

Fictionmountains

Cometh the Hour: a Clifton chronicles novel by Jeffrey Archer
Summer Secrets by Jane Green
The High Mountains of Portugal by Yann Martel
Find Her:  a Detective D.D. Warren book by Lisa Gardner

Non-Fictionyes

Getting to Yes With Yourself by William Ury
2014 Writers Market published by Writers Digest Book
True Canadian Heroes in the Air by Arthur Bishop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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