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List updated: 10/06/17
Next update: 10/13/17
DB 87789 Any Day Now – By Robin Carr – SIERRA JONES IS RECENTLY SOBER AND LOOKING FOR A NEW START. SHE MOVES TO SULLIVAN'S CROSSING TO BE NEAR HER BROTHER CAL, AND TO GET AWAY FROM A DANGEROUS MAN. LOCAL FIREFIGHTER CONRAD BOYLE TEMPTS HER TO OPEN HER HEART. UNRATED. COMMERCIAL AUDIOBOOK. 2017

DB 87792 Between - By Angie Abdou - VERO AND SHANE ARE FINDING ADULTHOOD DIFFICULT TO COPE WITH, SO THEY HIRE LIVE-IN HELP FOR THEIR SONS--A FILIPINO WOMAN NAMED LIGAYA. VERO STRUGGLES WITH HER ROLE AS A MOTHER AND WITH JUSTIFYING LIGAYA'S PRESENCE, WHILE LIGAYA STRUGGLES WITH THE BURDEN OF A SECRET SHE LEFT BEHIND AT HOME. UNRATED. COMMERCIAL AUDIOBOOK. 2014.

DB 87788 Miss Julia Inherits A Mess – By Ann B. Ross–WHEN MISS JULIA HEARS THAT MISS MATTIE FREEMAN HAS TAKEN A FALL AND IS IN THE HOSPITAL, SHE WISHES SHE'D SPENT MORE TIME GETTING TO KNOW HER. WHEN THE TUMBLE PROVES FATAL, THE LAST THING MISS JULIA EXPECTS IS TO BE NAMED THE EXECUTRIX OF MISS MATTIE'S ESTATE. UNRATED. COMMERCIAL AUDIOBOOK. 2016.

DB 87631 Rise Of The Robots: Technology And The Threat Of A Jobless Future – By Martin R. Ford - FOUNDER OF A SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FIRM DISCUSSES THE TECHNOLOGICAL DISRUPTION IN THE AMERICAN ECONOMY AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY. EXAMINES POLICIES THAT COULD LEAD TO EITHER GROSS INEQUALITY OR BROAD-BASED PROSPERITY. FOCUSES ON ISSUES IN THE EDUCATION AND HEALTH-CARE INDUSTRIES AS BARRIERS TO ECONOMIC GROWTH. 2015.

DB 87644 Here We Are: Feminism For The Real World – By Kelly Jensen - A GUIDE FOR TEENS ON WHAT IT REALLY MEANS TO BE A FEMINIST. PACKED WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM A DIVERSE RANGE OF VOICES, INCLUDING CELEBRITIES AND PUBLIC FIGURES. FEATURES MORE THAN FORTY-FOUR PIECES. SOME STRONG LANGUAGE. FOR GRADES 6-9 AND OLDER READERS. 2017.

DB 87593 High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist And The Making Of An American Classic – By Glenn Frankel – PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING AUTHOR OF THE SEARCHERS (DB 76467) EXAMINES THE 1952 WESTERN FILM HIGH NOON, STARRING GARY COOPER. HE ARGUES THAT THE MOVIE'S TALE OF INTEGRITY IN THE FACE OF INTIMIDATION WAS INTENDED AS A DELIBERATE REFUTATION OF THE HOUSE UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE (HUAC). SOME STRONG LANGUAGE. 2017.

DB 87659 Amina’s Voice – By Hena Kahn – AMINA, A PAKISTANI AMERICAN MUSLIM GIRL, STRUGGLES TO STAY TRUE TO HER FAMILY'S VIBRANT CULTURE AND BALANCE THE CHANGING DYNAMICS OF FRIENDSHIP IN MIDDLE SCHOOL. WHEN A TRAGEDY STRIKES, AMINA DISCOVERS HOW FRIENDS AND A COMMUNITY CAN COME TOGETHER TO SUPPORT ONE ANOTHER. FOR GRADES 4-7. 2017.

DB 87641 Zoey And Sassafras Books 1-3 – By Asia Citro - IN DRAGONS AND MARSHMALLOWS, BUDDING YOUNG SCIENTIST ZOEY AND HER CAT, SASSAFRAS, USE SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS TO HELP A DRAGON. A MONSTER NEEDS A PROBLEM SOLVED IN TIME TO GO TO A BALL IN MONSTERS AND MOLD. IN MERHORSES AND BUBBLES, MAGICAL CREATURES IN A STREAM ARE IN DANGER. FOR GRADES K-3. 2017.

DB 87668 Famous Friends: Best Buds, Rocky Relationships And Awesomely Odd Couples From Past To Present – By Jennifer Castle - PROFILES SOME OF THE MOST FAMOUS CELEBRITY FRIENDS, FROM STATESMEN JOHN ADAMS AND THOMAS JEFFERSON TO LITERARY GENIUS ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE AND MAGICIAN HARRY HOUDINI. MODERN CELEBRITY FRIENDSHIPS INCLUDE THE BROMANCE OF X-MEN STARS IAN MCKELLEN AND PATRICK STEWART AND TAYLOR SWIFT AND HER SQUAD. FOR GRADES 4-7. 2017.