New Materials at Kendall Young Library 7/9/14

Adult Fiction:

“Vacationers” by Emma Straub

“Beekeeper’s Ball” by Susan Wiggs

“City” by Dean R. Koontz

“One Plus One” by Jojo Moyes

“Swept Away” by Mary Connealy

“Don’t Ever Get Old” by Daniel Friedman

“Little Mercies” by Heather Gudenkauf

“500” by Matthew Quirk

“Dove Season” by Johnny Shaw

“Save the Date” by Mary Kay Andrews

“To Rise Again at a Decent Hour” by Joshua Ferris

“Problems with People: Stories” by David Guterson

“Let the Dead Lie” by Malla Nunn

“Rush” by Maya Banks

“Bred in the Bone” by Christopher Brookmyre

“Long Mars” by Terry Pratchett

“Untold” by Courtney Collins

“That Perfect Someone” by Johanna Lindsey

“That Night” by Chevy Stevens

“Giving In” by Maya Banks

Adult Non-Fiction:

“National Audubon Society Field Guide to the Night Sky” by Mark R. Chartrand

“Narcotics Anonymous” by Narcotics Anonymous World Services

“Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt” by Michael Lewis

“Crowded Universe: The Search for Living Planets” by Alan Boss

“Napoleon’s Buttons” by Penny Le Couteur

“End of Discovery” by Russell Stannard

“Sex After … Women share How Intimacy Changes as Life Changes” by Iris Krasnow

“Lego Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary” by Simon Beecroft

“Fruitful: Four Seasons of Fresh Fruit Recipes” by Brian Nicholson

“Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden” by Rick Darke

“I Don’t Care if We Never Get Back: 30 Games in 30 Days on the Best Worst Baseball Road Trip Ever” by Ben Blatt

“Eight World Cups: My Journey Through the Beauty and Dark Side of Soccer” by George Vecsey

“Never Trust a Liberal Over Three – Especially a Republican” by Ann Coulter

“Project Kid: 100 Ingenious Crafts for Family Fun” by Amanda Kingloff

“Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff” by Calvin Trillin

“Everybody’s Got Something” by Robin Roberts

“New Life, No Instructions” by Gail Caldwell

“I’ve Never Been to Vegas, But My Luggage Has: Mishaps and Miracles on the Road to Happily Ever After” by Mandy Hale

“Glitter and Glue” by Kelly Corrigan