Library Corner for the week of December 23, 2019

Updated 2020/02/07

New Fiction

Empress of Forever by Max Gladstone is a galaxy-saving space opera with a unique band of adventurers.
The Shape of Family by Shilpi Somaya Gowda is a poignant and unforgettable novel about family growing apart and coming back together in wake of a tragedy.
Gone by Midnight by Candice Fox is a thrilling crime story about a missing boy and the hunt to find him.
Dreadfulwater, The Red Power Murders and Cold Skies are mysteries by Canadian author Thomas
King.

New Junior Fiction

Dog Man For Whom the Ball Rolls by Dav Pilkey asks the age old question; can good deeds outdo evil doers?
Woof is a Bowser and Birdie novel by Spencer Quinn about a very handsome and only slightly slobbery dog who can smell lots of things.
Plants vs. Zombies Battle Extravagonzo, Grown Sweet Home and Rumble at Lake Gumbo by Paul Tobin and Andie Tong is full of adventure and foliage strategy.
Thanos by Marvel-Verse is one of the deadliest villains and his greatest tales of conquest.
Big Nate Hug It Out by Lincoln Pierce is a collection of comics of this lovable characher.
The Bad Guys by Aaron Blabey continue with Do-You-Think-He-Saurus?, Superbad and The Big Bad Wolf.
Two Batman books by DC Superheroes are the Five Riddles for Robin and Fun House of Evil.
DreamWorks Troll Hunters by Richard Ashley Hamilton offers a new book in the series with Anger Reborn.
Haunted Teachers by Allan Zullo are ghost stories that are certain to chill!
Gallop to the Sea by Sharon Siamon is set on Nova Scotia’s wild and windswept eastern shore.
The Time Museum by Matthew Loux is a colorful graphic novel about a group of time travelling adventurers.
Geronimo Stilton continues the Reporter series with It’s My Scoop and Stop Acting Around.

New Non-Fiction

Four Who Dared by Kenneth B. Cothliff are inspiring stories of Canadian Airmen in the Second World War. John Reilly offers three books with Bad Law, Bad Medicine and Bad Judgement.

New DVD Entertainment

Tom Hanks stars in The ‘Burbs, an outrageous suspense-comedy that blends slapstick comedy with spine-thrilling mystery.