Long summer days are great for reading a new book, whether you’re relaxing on the beach or communing on the Metro.
Find these books and more in the Library catalog.
Be sure to check out the twelve linked stories in Morgan Talty’s gritty “Night of the Living Rez.” Monk and Robot return in the much-anticipated gentle novella, “A Prayer for the Crown Shy” by Becky Chambers.
Explore Josephine Baker’s exploits and adventures as a spy in “Agent Josephine: American Beauty, French Hero, British Spy,” by Damien Lewis. Chrysta Bilton’s childhood was anything but conventional with her free-spirited mother, and then she discovered she had at least 35 siblings — including her boyfriend! Read all about it in “Normal Family: On Truth, Love, and How I Met My 35 Siblings.”
Kids and Teens:
Middle Grade readers will be drawn into the Yoruban-influenced fantasy adventure “Children of the Quicksands” by Efua Traoré. Teen readers will be spell-bound by the students trying to end a town curse in “The Witchery.”