Exhibits

YA FIC: A Lite Too Bright by Samuel  Miller

June: Young Adult Fiction Pick This multi layered book has something for everyone, it will make you think.  As you meander across the country following clues, experiences bring insights into american history, race, politics, mental illness, friendship and betrayal, and

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J FIC: Bob by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead with illustrations by Nicholas Gannon

June: Juvenile Fiction Pick Bob, with the dynamic duo of Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead writing this sweet friend story, like ET or Jellaby or Beckle, you can’t go wrong! – Robin It’s been five years since Livy and her

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E FIC: Pie is For Sharing by Stephanie Parsley Ledyard and illustrations by Jason Chin

June: Young Reader Pick Pie is for sharing is a great summer read, the detailed active illustrations make you feel like you are sharing in fun summer activities. – Robin. A picnic, a beach, a pie cut into pieces and

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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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