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DC Trip DB83782 6 hours 23 minutes by Sara Benincasa read by Nora Achrati First-year teacher Alicia Deats is chaperoning a sophomore class trip to Washington, DC. Stay at Home, Books 1–3 DB83532 18 hours 3 minutes by Jeffrey Allen read by Jeff Allin Three mysteries, written between 20, feature stay-at-home dad Deuce Winters, who becomes the unofficial sleuth of his small Texas town. One Coffee With DB84214 6 hours 41 minutes by Margaret Maron read by Gabriella Cavallero First in the series featuring NYPD homicide detective Lieutenant Sigrid Harald. Violence, strong language, and some descriptions of sex. Lady Midnight: The Dark Artifices, Book 1 DB84241 26 hours 42 minutes by Cassandra Clare read by Emily Maixner After the war that brought the Shadowhunters to the brink of oblivion in the Mortal Instruments series, Shadowhunter Emma Carstairs searches for her parents’ killer. In these romantic supernatural thrillers, an elite FBI unit investigates crimes that involve the paranormal. Some violence, some strong language, and some explicit descriptions of sex. Kill Switch DB84365 17 hours 58 minutes by Jonathan Maberry read by Ray Porter Joe Ledger and his team from the Department of Military Sciences are sent to investigate an incident at a secret base underground in Antarctica. Her husband and daughter love the house, but Laurie begins to hear things. Unhooked DB84446 9 hours 58 minutes by Lisa Maxwell read by Catherine Byers Constantly uprooted by her erratic and terrified mother, Gwen longs for a normal life. Discusses creation myths, Greek philosophers, religious representations, scientific investigations and feuds, filmmaking, and the development of artistic movements such as Romanticism. Thinking Critically: Legalizing Marijuana DB83891 2 hours 31 minutes by John Allen read by Jeff Allin Examines the debate surrounding the growing movement to legalize marijuana for medical and/or recreational use. How We Live Now: Redefining Home and Family in the 21st Century DB83824 11 hours 41 minutes by Bella De Paulo read by Kristin Allison Social scientist explores the many diverse experiments of living in twenty-first century America that challenge old concepts of what it means to be a family and have a home. The Night Parade DB83839 7 hours 29 minutes by Kathryn Tanquary read by Erin Jones When Tokyo native Saki unintentionally invokes a death curse while visiting her grandmother in the country, she must enter the dangerous spirit world at the Night Parade and attempt to perform deeds that can break the curse. Includes tales of the king of gods, Zeus; the god of the underworld, Hades; and the goddess of wisdom, Athena. Includes tales of the thunder god Thor, the one-eyed god and Allfather Odin, and the trickster god Loki. But then mean-girl Connie is assigned as her partner! Instead, her parents get her a cute farting pony who turns out to have other uses too! (A brief guide to using the Internet, designed for seniors. Battle nurse and amateur sleuth Bess Crawford, who is friends with Philip’s son, is visiting when Philip is arrested for the incident. A high cash reward tempts him to start an investigation into the murders, but he also catches the notice of the serial killer. Meanwhile, Zoe Strachan’s childhood secrets could destroy her carefully constructed life as the two women’s lives intersect. Krewe of Hunters, Books 15–17 DB82879 28 hours 28 minutes by Heather Graham read by Eva Wilhelm Books fifteen through seventeen. Little Girls DB84517 11 hours 39 minutes by Ronald Malfi read by Cynthia Farrell Laurie moves back to her childhood home after her father’s suicide. The Ruby Circle DB84737 10 hours 5 minutes by Richelle Mead read by various narrators With their forbidden romance exposed, Sydney and Adrian face the wrath of both the Alchemists and the Moroi, as Sydney hunts down a former nemesis and Adrian discovers a secret about spirit magic. Uses examples from outside of physics to explain concepts like Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Details research into rocketry in both America and Germany, as well as the impact of World War II and the Cold War. Light: A Radiant History from Creation to the Quantum Age DB83835 14 hours 3 minutes by Bruce Watson read by Andy Pyle Journalist chronicles historical and contemporary explorations into the nature of light, both scientific and artistic. Treasury of Greek Mythology: Classic Stories of Gods, Goddesses, Heroes, and Monsters DB84126 3 hours 35 minutes by Donna Jo Napoli read by Nancy Lynne Walters Collection of Greek myths, introducing the most prominent beings in the ancient Greek pantheon. Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge DB83667 3 hours 18 minutes by Donna Jo Napoli read by Gregory Maupin Collection of Norse myths, describing the gods, goddesses, heroes, and monsters of ancient Scandinavia. Spirit Week Showdown: The Magnificent Mya Tibbs DB83881 4 hours 50 minutes by Crystal Allen read by Marsha Rehns Spirit Week is ramping up and fourth-grader Mya is positive that, with the help of her best friend Naomi, they can win the coveted VIP tickets to the Fall Festival and see her idol Cowgirl Claire. The Princess and the Pony DB83927 0 hours 6 minutes by Kate Beaton read by Colleen Delany Princess Pinecone wants a real war horse for her birthday. Summerlost DB84026 4 hours 55 minutes by Ally Condie read by Phoebe Strole Following the sudden deaths of her father and her autistic younger brother, Ben, Cedar spends the summer working at a Shakespearean theater festival, makes a new friend, and comes to terms with her grief. Incluye secciones de seguridad básica y sugerencias para el correo electrónico.Only send correspondence about editorial matters to: Publications and Media Section, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, Washington DC 20542-0002. Hayden is passionate about reading and gained a reputation for ensuring community access to libraries, whether online or in person. Violence, some strong language, and some descriptions of sex. Warheart DB84206 15 hours 36 minutes by Terry Goodkind read by Andy Pyle Richard is dead, and the Sword of Truth is in Kahlan’s care. But after she meets Jin, the mysterious rebel running from the Sultan’s army, she unlocks a powerful truth. For example, the title by Margaret Wise Brown would be listed in Children’s Fiction under the Classics subject category and by the last name Brown. The Nine Lives of Jacob Tibbs DB84128 7 hours 14 minutes by Cylin Busby read by David Rutherford After Mrs. The bears Kallik, Lusa, and Toklo, from , and more. She is credited with moving the library’s twenty-two branches into the digital age while serving as chief executive officer (CEO) of the Enoch Pratt Free Library system in Baltimore. from the Graduate Library School of the University of Chicago. The Turner House DB81739 10 hours 37 minutes by Angela Flournoy read by Mare Trevathan Francis and Viola Turner lived in their Detroit home for more than fifty years, raising thirteen children. Books listed in this issue of were recently sent to cooperating libraries. The Star-Touched Queen DB84702 9 hours 24 minutes by Roshani Chokshi read by Priya Ayyar Princess Maya’s arranged marriage turns out much better than she expected, but her husband’s magic and her curiosity may threaten more than her life. As the veil between life and death fails, evil is coming and Kahlan will wager everything in a desperate effort to save the world. The Wild Robot DB84426 4 hours 16 minutes by Peter Brown read by Kate Atwater Roz the robot discovers that she is alone on a remote, wild island, with no memory of where she is from or why she is there. Tibbs, the loyal cat of Captain Natick, has her most recent litter, her kittens are quickly adopted except the runt, Jacob. The Ghostfaces: Brotherband Chronicles, Book 6 DB84722 10 hours 56 minutes by John A. He has lost his sense of taste, and promises Tia what feels like the moon. The Passion of Dolssa DB84512 11 hours 44 minutes by Julie Berry read by various narrators France, 1241. Violence, some strong language, and some descriptions of sex. The Queen of the Night DB83862 20 hours 17 minutes by Alexander Chee read by Martha Harmon Pardee 1882. You Know Me Well DB84699 6 hours 38 minutes by Nina La Cour and David Levithan read by various narrators Mark and Kate sit next to each other in school but are barely acquainted, until they meet at a San Francisco club during Pride Week and help each other over their forbidden crushes. Shares stories of historical figures and present-day residents. Sidewalking: Coming to Terms with Los Angeles DB83780 4 hours 53 minutes by David L. Igniting the American Revolution: 1773–1775 DB83942 20 hours 28 minutes by Derek W. Sticks and Stones: Upside-Down Magic DB84631 3 hours 11 minutes by Sarah Mlynowski and others read by Rebecca Soler Unpredictable magic students, from , continue their studies. Violencia, lenguaje injurioso, y descripciones de índole sexual.
Note: A notice may appear immediately following the book description to indicate occurrences of violence, strong language, or descriptions of sex. By the Numbers DB84934 8 hours 57 minutes by Jen Lancaster read by Allyson Ryan Thanks to Penny Sinclair’s work as an actuary, she is not too surprised when she discovers her husband cheating, and they divorce. He orders his distressingly popular mercenary general, Monza Murcatto, to be assassinated, but she survives and vows revenge.
Yellow Brick War DB84255 8 hours 17 minutes by Danielle Paige read by Laura Giannarelli After the Wizard opens up a portal, Amy, the Revolutionary Order of the Wicked, and their nemesis, Dorothy, end up back in Kansas, powerless. An unknown young writer travels from his home in Ireland, a neutral country, to Paris, where he witnesses the beginning days of war and Nazi rule. However, the libretto is based on a mysterious young girl—the girl Lilliet had once been. We That Are Left DB83801 15 hours 13 minutes by Clare Clark read by Kristin Allison As children, Theo Melville and his two sisters tormented young Oskar Grunewald whenever he and his mother visited. Bright Lines DB84115 12 hours 15 minutes by Tanwi Nandini Islam read by Jennifer Hubbard Ella comes home from college one day to find her cousin Charu’s runaway friend Maya in her bedroom. Reflects on the differences between living in New York and Los Angeles, the image of Los Angeles in the media, and more. Describes travel conditions he and his guides encountered, individuals he met, the cultures he was introduced to, and advice he was given. Details the perspectives, ambitions, people, and events on both the British and American sides that eventually led to the 1776 convention in Philadelphia. Paradise Now: The Story of American Utopianism DB84421 20 hours 36 minutes by Chris Jennings read by J. Linton An examination of five American utopian movements during the nineteenth century. SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome DB84098 23 hours 26 minutes by Mary Beard read by George Holmes Historian explores Roman history, examining, among other topics, how the Romans challenged imperial rule, responded to terrorism and revolution, and invented a new idea of citizenship. A Clatter of Jars DB84372 4 hours 34 minutes by Lisa Graff read by Ellen Archer The magical Camp Atropos is for talented kids, a place to sing campfire songs, practice for the talent show, and swim in the cool lake. But the dream becomes a nightmare when she is accused of murdering her husband and sentenced to life behind bars.
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To get the money back, Juan joins forces with an old friend from his days in the CIA. She loves the farm and wants to stay there forever, but she begins to realize that money is tight, family can be difficult, and even the things she loves have to change. Albert was a wedding present from Elsie’s old love Buddy Ebsen. The First Time She Drowned DB84051 10 hours 21 minutes by Kerry Kletter read by Jorjeana Marie Committed to a mental hospital against her will, Cassie O’Malley signs herself out against medical advice when she turns eighteen.
Elsie decides to take Albert home to Florida, and Homer joins her on the trip. She tries to start over at college, until her estranged mother appears, throwing everything Cassie believes about herself into question.