NEW EBOOKS AND AUDIOBOOKS
- The Lies that Bind by Emily Giffin
- Hush by James Patterson
- The Persuasion by Irish Johansen
- Credible Threat by J.A. Jance
- The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett
- Mrs. Lincoln's Sisters by Jennifer Chiaverini
- A Burning by Megha Majumdar
- Rodham by Curtis Sittenfeld
- Seeing Darkness by Heather Graham
- A Week at the Shore by Barbara Delinsky
- On Ocean Boulevard by Mary Alice Monroe
- To Wake the Giant by Jeff Shaara
- Latitudes of Longing by Shubhangi Swarup
- Dark Mirror: Edward Snowden and the American Surveillance State by Barton Gellman
- Thea Stilton and the Race for the Gold by Thea Stilton
- Pinkalicious and the Pinkadorable Pony by Victoria Kann
- The Puppy Place: Barney by Ellen Miles
- Warriors: A Shadow in Riverclan by Erin Hunter
- Spacebot by Mike Twohy
- Federico and the Wolf by Rebecca J. Gomez
- Coral by Molly Idle
- Who Was Harvey Milk? by Corrine A. Grinapol
FOR TWEENS & TEENS
- · Again Again by E. Lockhart
- A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow
- My Calamity Jane by Cynthia Hand
- Burn by Patrick Ness
- The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes by Suzanne Collins
- We Are Not From Here by Jenny Torres Sanchez
- Just a Boy and a Girl in a Little Canoe by Sarah Mlynowski
- Breath Like Water by Anna Jarzab
Circulation assistant Mochi Fong recommends Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano. Dear Edward tells the story of a 12 year old boy who is the sole survivor of a plane crash and how he deals with the struggle to go on without his family. You feel the weight of his loss and sadness in the beginning but by the end you also feel his hope and triumph in finding a path to move past his tragedy and forward in his life.
Reference librarian Liz Miller-Boose recommends the Tess Monaghan series by Laura Lippman, starting with Baltimore Blues. Tess is a former journalist for a Baltimore newspaper who falls into a private investigator job to help a friend, and finds she is pretty good at it. Not too gory, interesting characters, and a good mystery in each novel all combine to make this a great quarantine series. The series is available on Hoopla
You can access these titles via Libby/Overdrive
Libby is a free app where you can borrow ebooks and digital audiobooks from your public library. You can stream books with Wi-Fi or mobile data, or download them for offline use and read anytime, anywhere.
Download the mobile app from your App Store or visit eBCCLS and get started today!
AND DON'T FORGET THESE OTHER FREE RESOURCES!
Hoopla offers movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone. Access with your library card.
This week's featured Hoopla title is the audiobook of These Women, Ivy Pochoda's new thriller about the hunt to capture a serial killer in South Central Los Angeles. Here is a direct link to this title.
The New York Times
Yes, we have access to the New York Times, from 1861-present day. For access to this resource, do the following:
- Go to millburnlibrary.org/e-resources
- Scroll down until you see the NYT logo and click on it. You'll be taken to a page with a code next to a "REDEEM" button.
- Click "REDEEM."
RBDigital gives you full-color digital access to The New Yorker, Kiplinger’s, The New York Review of Books, and so much more. Read on your desktop, mobile devices, and apps. No waiting!
Universal Class gives you access to over 500 different continuing ed classes, including career training, business, crafts/hobbies, history, DIY, test prep, and much, much more.