Exhibits

NonFic: The Amazing Story of the Man who Cycled From India to Europe for Love by Per J. Andersson; Translated from Swedish by Anna Holmwood.

August: NonFiction This is the story of a boy born to a man and woman in Orissa, India.  His father was from a scheduled caste, or outcaste.  The mother was from a tribe, one of the original peoples of India.

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NonFic: Roosevelt and Stalin: Portrait of a Partnership by Susan Butler

August: NonFiction A hugely important book that solely and fully explores for the first time the complex partnership during World War II between FDR and Stalin. Author visit to library on August 16th. – Ellly From the editor of My

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Fic: The Weight of Ink by Rachel Kadish

August: Fiction This book takes place in two time periods.  It’s about a cache of documents found in an old house, dating from the 1600’s, written by a woman scribe, and the contemporary scholars attempting to understand the story within

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Fic: Into the Water by Paula Hawkins

August: Fiction Jules Abbott receives word that her sister Nel has drowned and returns to her hometown. Since she and Nel were estranged for decades, Jules had never met her teenage niece, who responds to her visit with rancor and

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YA: The Road to Epoli, #1 in the Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo Series by Ben Costa

August: Young Adult This comic for young adults will make you laugh!  Great dialogue and quirky characters keep this epic adventure moving. – Robin Nimona meets Adventure Time as a singing skeleton searches for his origins in this full-color graphic

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