New releases and classics, books by local authors, and a variety of children's and young adult favorites
William Alberts, Muriel Angelil, Doug Brendel, Joel Brown, Robert Brun, Nancy Crochiere, Aine Greaney, Bethany Groff, William Hallett, Paul Janson, Connie Johson-Hambley, Dyke Hendrickson, Marina Dutzmann Kirsch, Martha McManamy, Carolyn Roy-Bornstein, Evelyn Thornton, Colleen Tierney.
New arrivals are prominently displayed on a central bookshelf in our front room
The new arrivals are prominently displayed on a central bookshelf in our front room. This is a great place to look for the latest titles from favorite authors, or new selections from first-time scribes. Some recent new fiction includes, The Light in the Ruins by Chris Bohjalian; Fin & Lady by Cathline Schine; and The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith (pseudonym of J.K. Rowling).
The bulk of our collection is stored on the bookshelves that line the front room of the library. Here you will find great stuff to read: mysteries, thrillers, biographies, bestsellers, books by local authors, historical books, cookbooks, you name it! We also have the backlist books of many popular authors. We specialize in what is known as "a good read."
We have these too!
These are located in the back room of the library. The Children's Room, dedicated to Vivienne and John Gove, is a treasure trove of books for kids, whether they be 2 or 12 years old. We have the old classics like Blueberries for Sal, as well as the latest in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.