You’ve got to read this! (May 1)

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New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.

NEW BOOK LIST

Adult Fiction

“The Black-Eyed Blonde: a Philip Marlowe Novel” by Benjamin Black

“The Blazing World: a Novel” by Siri Hustvedt

“Bone Deep” by Randy Wayne White

“Boy, Snow, Bird: a Novel” by Helen Oyeyemi

“Clever Girl: a Novel” by Tessa Hadley

“The Lost Sisterhood: a Novel” by Anne Fortier

“Murder in Pigalle” by Cara Black

“Savage Girl” by Jean Zimmerman

“Three Brothers: a Novel” by Peter Ackroyd

“The Trident Deception” by Rick Campbell

“The Visitors” by Patrick O'Keeffe

Adult Non-Fiction

“Beyond Addiction: How Science and Kindness Help People Change” by Jeffrey Foote, Ph.D,

“Early Intervention Every Day!: Embedding Activities in Daily Routines for Young Children and Their Families” by Merle J. Crawford

“Family Whispering: the Baby Whisperer's Commonsense Strategies for Communicating and Connecting with the People You Love and Making Your Whole Family Stronger” by Melinda Blau

“Lawrence Zarian's Ten Commandments for a Perfect Wardrobe” by Lawrence Zarian

“The Leading Indicators: a Short History of the Numbers That Rule Our World” by Zachary Karabell

“The Meat Racket: The Secret Takeover of America's Food Business” by Christopher Leonard

“National Building Cost Manual” edited by Dave Ogershok

“Not I: Memoirs of a German Childhood” by Joachim Fest

“Now I Know Who My Comrades are: Voices from the Internet Underground” by Emily Parker

“Personal Intelligence: the Power of Personality and How it Shapes Our Lives” by John D. Mayer

“The Tastemaker: Carl Van Vechten and the Birth of Modern America” by Edward White




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