Saturday, July 18, 2020

NEW EBOOKS AND AUDIOBOOKS from The Millburn Free Public Library



  • The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs
  • Outsider by Linda Castillo
  • The Shadows by Alex North
  • The Golden Cage by Camilla Lackberg
  • A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor by Hank Green
  • Memoirs and Misinformation by Jim Carrey & Dana Vachon
  • The Case of the Vanishing Blonde and Other True Crime Stories by Mark Bowden
  • Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man by Mary L. Trump
  • The Order by Daniel Silva
  • A Walk Along the Beach by Debbie Macomber
  • Cajun Justice by James Patterson and Tucker Axum
  • The Revelators by Ace Atkins
  • Utopia Avenue by David Mitchell
  • A Very Punchable Face by Colin Jost


  • Poesy the Monster Slayer by Cory Doctorow
  • Diana and the Island of No Return by Aisha Saeed
  • Babymouse: Curtain Call by Jennifer L. Holm
  • Something to Say by Lisa Moore Ramée
  • Late Lunch with Llamas by Mary Pope Osborne
  • Pete the Kitty and the Unicorn's Missing Colors by Kimberly Dean & James Dean
  • The Bad Guys: Dawn of the Underlord by Aaron Blabey
  • by-Sitter's Little Sister 2: Karen's Roller Skates by Anne M. Martin


  • Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron
  • The Voting Booth by Brandy Colbert
  • You're Next by Kylie Schachte
  • Found by P.C. Cast
  • Running by Natalia Sylvester
  • The Unstoppable Wasp: Built on Hope by Sam Maggs
  • Keep My Heart in San Francisco by Amelia Diane Coombs
  • The Glare by Margot Harrison

The library's head of public service, Sarah Pardi, recommends The Overstory by Richard Powers: If you are like me, you have a favorite type of tree. Or perhaps you think there is nothing better than the smell of pines in the forest. Which is why I borrowed The Overstory by Richard Powers when I saw it available on Libby. Powers does a beautiful job of describing the modest tree's importance in our ever evolving world. But this is not just a story about trees. It is the story of humans and their connection to the natural world--a relationship that is quite complicated, at times moving and ultimately concerning. Access this title here.

Circulation assistant Cathy Pepin-Toussaint recommends The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. This is a thrilling tale of two sisters living in occupied France during World War II. Vianne and Isabelle are very different in personality and temperament, but they both find the courage to join the Resistance and fight the Nazis invading their country. If you love historical fiction, you will not be able to put this book down.

You can access these titles via Libby/Overdrive

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