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NONFIC: Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff

May: NonFiction Pick This is a talked about book and, whether or not you agree, it is an important read.  It details the first nine months of the Trump Presidency. – Elly With extraordinary access to the West Wing, Michael

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NONFIC: Native Plants for New England Gardens by Mark Richardson and Dan Jaffe

May: NonFiction Pick This is a handy guide to 100 wonderful native perennials, trees, shrubs, ferns and grasses that will thrive in New England gardens.  Beautiful color photography and a wonderful inspiration especially at this time of year. – Elly

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FIC: The Largesse of the Sea Maiden by Denis Johnson

May: Fiction Pick This is a collection of four long stories completed shortly before the author’s death, at 67, of liver cancer, in May 2017. His writing is  hard to describe, but brilliant. I wasn’t sure what the first story

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FIC: Green: a Novel by Sam Graham-Felsen

May: Fiction Pick David Greenfeld is one of the only white kids in Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School.  His parents, hippie Harvard dropouts, won’t even buy him the clothes he wants. He doesn’t fit in.  He’s the narrator of

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J NONFIC: The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s Signs: Use Outdoor Clues to Find Your Way, Predict the Weather, Locate Water, Track Animals–and Other Forgotten Skills by Tristan Gooley

May: YA/J NonFiction Pick This book is packed with great information for the serious nature lover.  Possibly overwhelming as a whole, the interesting and detailed tidbits are worth exploring. – Robin Turn Every Walk into a Game of Detection When

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