Exhibits

YA FIC: We Contain Multitudes by Sarah Henstra

Summer: Young Adult Fiction Pick A friendship grows into love between pen pals.  Two boys come of age encountering bullying, all the difficulties of developing healthy relationships and discovering and maintaining identity. Robin

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J FIC: The Girl Who Sailed the Stars by Matilda Woods

Summer: Juvenile Fiction Pick Looking for another great girl-power adventure?  Oona, a brave girl defies expectations by exploring on the high seas like her sea captain father. Robin

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PIC FIC: Ruby’s Sword by Jacqueline Veissid

Summer: Young Reader Pick A great story of a girl who is ready to adventure just like her big brothers.  Imagination, and independent play bring siblings together in this heartwarming tale.  Nearly everyone will remember or have a scene like

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NONFIC: The Lost Gutenberg, the Astounding Story of One Book’s Five-Hundred Year Odyssey, by Margaret Leslie Davis

June: NonFiction Pick Following the path of one book, one of the 48 remaining original copies of the Bible printed by Guttenberg, one learns about much more than just that story.  The stories about the book business, the agents, the

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NONFIC: Bad Blood:Secrets and Lies in a Silcon Valley Startup by John Carreyou

June: NonFiction Pick This reads like a thriller, it’s unbelievable. In 2014, Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes was widely seen as the female Steve Jobs: a brilliant Stanford dropout whose startup “unicorn” promised to revolutionize the medical industry with

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