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New Books Available This Week @ the Millburn Free Public Library
OUT THIS WEEK
Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama: A Memoir
by Bob Odenkirk
In his new
memoir, Odenkirk chronicles his rise from improvisational comedian in
Chicago and writer for "Saturday Night Live" to his
star-making performances in the hit series "Breaking Bad"
and "Better Call Saul."
“I can’t think
of another entertainer who has improbably morphed so many times, and
all through real genius and determination.”—Conan O’Brien
coronavirus hits Hong Kong, ten-year-old Knox Wei-Evans’s mom makes
the last-minute decision to move him and his siblings back to
California, where they think they will be safe. Suddenly, Knox has
two days to prepare for an international move—and for leaving his
dad, who has to stay for work. As racism skyrockets during COVID-19,
Knox tries to stand up to hate, while finding his place in his new
country. From the author of Front Desk.
has always hoped for a place to belong and a family that cares for
her. Instead, she’s isolated at Merilance School for Independent
Girls, with its strict matrons, shunned by students who ostracize and
torment her for being mute. When she receives a letter from her
uncle, Arthur Prior, inviting her to live at his manor, Olivia leaps
at the chance. However, instead of the big, welcoming family she
imagined, she finds that almost no-one is expecting her.
hook readers with its gripping worldbuilding, well-rounded
characters, and fantastic horror." --Kirkus Reviews