Exhibits

J NonFic: The Princess and the Warrior by Duncan Tonatiuh

August: Juvenile NonFiction This is a retelling of a Mexican legend about the origin of the volcanoes outside Mexico city. This book has appealing, bold colored illustrations, which truly pull you into another time and accompany this adventurous and moving

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J NonFic: Isaac the Alchemist: Secrets of Isaac Newton, Reveal’d by Mary Losure

August: Juvenile NonFiction This biography highlights the interesting story of Isaac Newton.  It is filled with the kind of details that will hook kids who are always asking ‘Why?’ – Robin A surprising true story of Isaac Newton’s boyhood suggests

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Pic Fic: The Sea Hunt by Anne Burger

August: Young Readers Follow two children out on their boat as they explore the ocean, competing to find the “weirdest” sea creature.  Detailed observations describe each find and are accompanied by water-colored line drawings, which provide an impression of a

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NonFic: Killers of the Flower Moon By David Gramm

July: NonFiction A tale of deep greed, perpetrated against the Osage Indians, who had purchased land which was hilly and rocky, to protect themselves against the western expansion.  When they became rich from the oil reserves under their land, they

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NonFic: Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape America by Frances FitzGerald

July: NonFiction Northeast Harbor Library  Board of Director member and political journalist  Frances Fitzgerald  has written another superb book (Her previous book, Fire in the Lake: The Vietnamese and the Americans in Vietnam.)   This one centers on the roiling conflict

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