Michelle picked this book up on a whim and struck gold!
Book groups will find that this true story of survival begs the question…what makes a good life?
Readers who are partial to novels inspired by true events will be both riveted and disturbed by this compassionate retelling of one of America’s most famous abduction cases. Check out this month’s Staff Pick!
If you enjoyed One of Us Is Lying by Karen McManus, then try one of these teen reads…
High demand books that have calmed down make the perfect choice for book groups. Like this one!
In this month’s staff pick, Philomena meets Orphan Train in the story of a young unwed mother who is forcibly separated from her daughter at birth and the lengths to which they go to find each other.
Renee suggests this quirky fantasy inspired by historical events, sure to make you laugh-out-loud!
Fans of The Nightingale and other classic World War II stories will fall in love with this compelling perspective on women at war.
This nonfiction Staff Pick is all about…precision.
Music can play an important role in the struggle for social change. Here are a few of our favorite musician/activists of the past and present.
Mary recommends an atmospheric story inspired by Caribbean folktales.
Mary picks the latest Newbery Award winner, “The Girl Who Drank the Moon.”