Mean Streak / Sandra Brown

New August Audiobooks

Mean Streak By Sandra Brown  |  Read by Jonathan Davis Summary:  Dr. Emory Charbonneau, a pediatrician and marathon runner, disappears on a mountain road in North Carolina. By the time her husband Jeff, miffed over a recent argument, reports her missing, the trail has grown cold. Literally. Fog and ice encapsulate the mountainous wilderness and […]

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The Fault in Our Stars: Music from the Motion Picture

New August Music

The Fault in Our Stars: Music from the Motion Picture Summary:  The musical companion to the eagerly awaited drama gathers tracks from some of today’s most compelling artists, among them Ed Sheeran, Ray Lamontagne, Jake Bugg, Grouplove, Birdy, and M83. Contents:  All of the stars (Ed Sheeran) — Simple as this (Jake Bugg) — Let […]

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Chess Piece - Black Knight

Fall Favorites are Back

Now that school’s back in session, your favorite fall youth programs are back! Come to Chess Club on Tuesdays from 4 – 5 pm. You can sign up to read to Maggie or Midas as part of our Mutt Club – Doggone Readers by calling the Youth Services department at (248) 693-3002. Our weekly storytime […]

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Battle of the Books Buzz Has Begun

Fifth graders, have you heard buzz about the Battle of the Books? It’s our reading competition where teams of 3, 4, or 5 fifth graders study a list of librarian-selected books, come up with crazy costumes and team names,  and answer questions about the books in a quiz-show-style tournament. Intrigued? You’ll find out more in […]

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Do or Die by Suzanne Brockmann, book cover

August’s New Large Print

The Library received some wonderful new books in Large Print last month.  Below are two that we think you’ll really enjoy, but you can click HERE to see the whole list. The first case that lawyer Phoebe Kruger tries for her prestigious new firm isn’t going the way she thought it would. Her client, Ian Dunn, […]

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The Kids Will Be Fine by Daisy Waugh

New August Nonfiction

The Kids Will Be Fine: Guilt-Free Motherhood for Thoroughly Modern Women By Daisy Waugh Summary:  A bracing, hilarious manifesto for motherhood as it ought to be: spontaneous, loving, and just a little bit selfish. Pre-chewing toddler food. Flash cards for two-year-olds. Endless hours of school gatherings to sit through in smiling silence. How did motherhood–which […]

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