Get Your Hands On These New And Upcoming Titles
We’re always thankful for books, and this month we’re especially grateful for these new titles!
Fans of Derry Girls will want to read "Factory Girls" by Michelle Gallen, a darkly comic novel set in 1994 about a group of friends working a summer job at a factory in Northern Ireland while waiting for their exam results. For a cozier read, Toshikazu Kawaguchi’s "Before Your Memory Fades" is the third installment in the series that started with "Before the Coffee Gets Cold" about a coffee shop that lets you travel back in time for just a few minutes.
"Ruin of All Witches: Life and Death in the New World" by Malcolm Gaskill explores a witchcraft trial in Springfield, Massachusetts forty years before the Salem witch trials. Novelist Nick Hornby’s "Dickens and Prince: a Particular Kind of Genius" plays tribute to two artists who inspire him, drawing surprising parallels between novelist Charles Dickens and musician Prince, despite their more obvious differences.
Middle Grade readers will want to check out "Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston" by Esme Symes-Smith, the first in a new series about a a group for friends who have to fight the bigotry in their own kingdom before they can help defeat an encroaching evil.
Stevie has a grand plan and several friends to help her carry out a grand romantic gesture to win back her girlfriend Sola, but Atlanta is preparing for a once-in-a-lifetime snowstorm. As they battle the weather, Stevie and Sola won’t be the only couple finding love on this cold night in "Whiteout," a heart-warming teen romance written by the dream team of Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk and Nicola Yoon.