New Titles for July 2018


  • Annihilation
  • Death Wish
  • Divergent
  • Delirium
  • Early Man
  • Justice League
  • An Ordinary Man
  • Thor: Ragnarok
  • Disney: A Wrinkle In Time

Adult Fiction

  • End Game, By David Baldacci
  • House of Secrets, by V. C. Andrews
  • Red Sparrow, by Jason Matthews
  • The Rising Sea, by Clive Cussler
  • Someone to Love, by Mary Balogh
  • Undercurrents, by Robert Buettner

Adult Non-Fiction

  • Where Is God When It Hurts?, by Philip Yancy

Christian Fiction

  • Amish Cooking Class: The Celebration, by Wanda E. Brunstetter
  • The Heart’s Appeal: London Beginnings Book Two, by Jennifer Delamere
  • Keys of Heaven: a Healing Grace Novel, by Adina Senft
  • Larkspur Cove, by Lisa Wingate
  • To The Moon And Back, by Karen Kingsbury
  • The Wounded Heart: an Amish Quilt Novel, by Adina Senft

Mystery Fiction

  • Cinco de Murder: A Taste of Texas Mystery, by Rebecca Adler
  • Dead Broke in Jarrett Creek, by Terry Shames
  • Etta Mae’s Worst Bad-Luck Day, by Ann B. Ross
  • A Tangled Yarn: a Yarn Retreat Mystery, by Betty Hechtman

Western Fiction

  • The Stalking Death, by William W. Johnstone
  • Valley of Bones, by Dusty Richards (Large Print)

Teen Fiction

  • Michael Vey: The Final Spark, by Richard Paul Evans
  • Oz: The Complete Collection, Volume 1, by L. Frank Baum
  • Princess In Waiting, by Meg Cabot
  • Requiem by Lauren Oliver

Teen Non-Fiction

  • Matters of Opinion: Food In Schools, by Toney Allman

Teen Graphic Novel

  • Be Prepared, by Vera Brosgol

Juvenile Biography

  • Fab Four Friends: The Boys Who Became the Beatles, by Susanna Reich
  • Who Was Fidel Castro?, by Sarah Fabiny

Juvenile Non-Fiction

  • Music Everywhere!, by Maya Ajmera

Juvenile Easy Fiction

  • Off We Go to Mexico!: An Adventure in the Sun, by Laurie Krebs and Christopher Corr

Juvenile Easy Non-Fiction

  • Hands Around the Library: Protecting Egyp’s Treasured Books, by Susan L. roth and Karen Leggett Abouraya

Picture Books

  • Bringing In the New Year, by Grace Lin
  • Clap, Clap!, by Madalena Matoso
  • Based upon the original work by Sergei Prokofieve of Peter and the Wolf, by Chris Raschka