New at the Lamar Public Library for the Week of May 12, 2014

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Added to the Library Collection for the Week of May 12, 2014

Adult Fiction
Forgiving Lies #1: Forgiving lives series by Molly McAdams
Watching You by Michael Robotham
Carnal Curiosity #29: A Stone Barrington novel by Stuart Woods
Tuesday’s Gone #2: Frieda Klein series by Nicci French
The Sea House: a novel by Elisabeth Gifford
Who Left That Body In the Rain? #2: a thoroughly Southern mystery by Patricia Houck Sprinkle
Frog Music: a novel by Emma Donoghue
Night Diver: a novel by Elizabeth Lowell
Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Riding Lessons by Sara Gruen
The Auschwitz Escape by Joel C. Rosenberg
Edge of Black #2: Samantha Owens series by J. T. Ellison
When Shadows Fall #3: Samantha Owens series by J. T. Ellison
Deceiving Lies #2: Forgiving Lies series by Molly McAdams
A Deeper Darkness #1: Samantha Owns series by J. T. Ellison
Overwatch by Marc Guggenheim
Far Gone: a novel by Laura Griffin
The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North
Under A Silent Moon: a novel by Elizabeth Haynes
Ruin Falls: a novel by Jenny Milchman
Come Away With Me #1: With Me in Seattle series by Kristen Proby
The Cold Nowhere#6: a Jonathan Stride novel by Brian Freeman
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Other Terrifying Tales by Robert Louis Stevenson

DVDs (Some available in Blu-ray)
Agatha Christie Marple Series 1, Vol 1, 3, and 4
Captain Phillips
Manchurian Candidate starring Frank Sinatra 1962
Expecting a Miracle
Chasing Amy
Monsters vs. Aliens Cloning Around
Curse of Chucky
August: Osage County starring George Clooney
Catching Fire #2: The Hunger Games
The Desolation of Smaug: The Hobbit

Adult Non-Fiction
The Thing with Feathers: the surprising lives of birds and what they reveal about being human by Noah K. Strycker
Flash Boys: a Wall Street Revolt by Michael Lewis
Long Mile Home: Boston under attack, the city’s courageous recovery, and the epic hunt for justice by Scott Helman
Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson’s lost Pacific empire: a story of wealth, ambition and survival by Peter Stark
Thrive: the third metric to redefining success and creating a life of well-being, wisdom and wonder by Arianna S. Huffington
I Will See You in Heaven by Jack Wintz
The Promise of a Pencil: how an ordinary person can create extraordinary change by Adam Braun
Intentional Printing: simple techniques for inspired fabric art by Lynn Krawczyk
Risk Savvy: how to make good decisions by Gerd Gigerenzer
From Pompeii: the afterlife of a Roman town by Ingrid D. Rowland
The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014 by Carlotta Gall
The 4-ingredient Diabetes Cookbook: simple, quick and delicious recipes using just four ingredients or less! by Nancy S. Hughes
Essentialism the disciplined pursuit of less by Greg McKeown

Young Adult Fiction
Dreams of Gods and Monsters #3: Daughter of smoke and bone by Laini Taylor
Ruins #3: Partials by Dan Wells
Sunrise #3: Ashfall trilogy by Mike Mullin

Juvenile Fiction
Number the Stars by Lois Lowry

Child and Early Reader
Birthday Surprise: Zoobles! by Lana Edelman
Meet the Heroes: Lego Hero factory by Shari Last
Heroes in Action: Lego Hero factory by Shari Last
Caillou: the firefighter by Sarah Margaret Johanson
Caillou Learns to Swim by Sarah Margaret Johanson
Franklin and the Little Sisters by Harry Endrulat
Corduroy Goes to School: A lift-the-flap book by Don Freeman
The Very Hungry Caterpillar: board book by Eric Carle
Pigsty by Mark Teague
The Secret Birthday Message by Eric Carle
How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss

Music CDs
Hungrytown by Hungrytown musical group
Dreamin’ Out Loud by Trace Adkins
Ray Stevens collection by Ray Stevens
Peter Fletcher: plays baroque music for guitar by Peter Fletcher

The library has a large collection of CDs, videos, and DVDs.  You’ll find new movies and those “oldies” you remember.  Ask a librarian if you don’t see what you want.  Some items have been moved to the attic to save space, but these can still be checked out on request.

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