Get Your Hands On These New And Upcoming Titles
After a long, hot summer, September is here with a cornucopia of great new book releases.
Four friends thought they’d retired as international assassins, but now they find themselves the target in Deanna Rayburn’s thriller "Killers of a Certain Age." Get a head start on spooky season with "A Ghost in Shining Armor" by Therese Beharrie, when Gemma starts falling for Levi, not realizing that he’s a ghost.
Explore the role wetlands play in the environment and how humans have interacted with them in Annie Proulx’s "Fen, Bog, and Swamp." Disability activist Alice Wong shares art, essays and fiction in her scrapbook style memoir "Year of the Tiger."
After a disastrous start to Middle School, a talking dog offers David Bravo the chance to go back in time to fix the moment where it all went wrong, if only he could pinpoint where that moment was in Mark Oshiro’s middle grade book "You Only Live Once, David Bravo."
Teen readers will be moved by Zoulfa Katouh’s "As Long as the Lemon Trees Grow" where a traumatized Syrian teen is torn between staying and helping her country devastated by Civil War or helping her pregnant sister-in-law escape to Europe.