American traitor by Brad Taylor. Pike Logan is on the desperate hunt for a man who is about to betray his country – and ignite a horrific new world war.
Better luck next time by Julia Johnson. A charming story of endings, new beginnings, along with the complexities and complications of friendship and love, set in late 1930s Reno.
Bloodline by Jess Lourey. Perfect town. Perfect homes. Perfect families. It’s enough to drive some women mad…After moving to her fiancé’s hometown, Joan thinks something is off with the town. Her fiancé tells her she’s being paranoid. He might be right. Then again, she might have moved to the deadliest small town on earth.
Cobble Hill by Cecily von Ziegesar. This chronicles a year in the life of 4 families in an upscale Brooklyn neighborhood as they seek purpose, community, and meaningful relationships – until one night a raucous Neighborhood party knocks them to their senses.
From these broken streets by Roland Merullo. A galvanizing historical novel of Nazi-occupied Naples and the rage and resistance of a people under siege.
He started it by Samantha Downing. A road trip to scatter their grandfather’s ashes – and claim their inheritance – takes a strange turn for three adult siblings.
The heiress by Molly Greeley. Pride and Prejudice side-trip: the story of Anne de Bourgh, the heiress Darcy was expected to marry.
If I had two wings by Randall Kenan. Mingling the earthy with the otherworldly, these ten stories chronicle ineffable events in ordinary lives.
The moment of tenderness by Madeleine L’Engle. A genre-bending story collection that transcends generational divides and reminds readers that hope, above all, can transform suffering into the promise of joy.
Neighbors by Danielle Steel. A woman opens her home to her neighbors in the wake of a devastating earthquake, setting off events that reveal secrets, break relationships, and bring strangers together to forge powerful new bonds.
Nora by Nuala O’Connor. A bold re-imagining of the life of James Joyce’s wife, muse, and the model for Molly Bloom in Ulysses.
The once and future witches by Alix Harrow. In the late 1800s, three sisters use witchcraft to change the course of history in this novel of magic and the suffragette movement.
Outlawed by Anna North. The Crucible meets True Grit in this adventure story of a fugitive girl, a mysterious gang of robbers, and their dangerous mission to transform the Wild West.
Pretty little wife by Darby Kane. A twisty domestic suspense novel that asks one central question: shouldn’t a dead husband stay dead?
The prophets by Robert Jones. A stunning debut novel about the forbidden union between two enslaved young men on a Deep South plantation, the refuge they find in each other, and a betrayal that threatens their existence.
Ready player two by Ernest Cline. In a sequel to Ready Play One, Wade Watts discovers a technological advancement and goes on a new quest.
The Resolutions by Brady Hammes. Three fractious main characters are brought to life and their reunion is turned into a life-changing journey.
Secret Santa by Andrew Shaffer. The Office meets Stephen King dressed up in holiday tinsel in this fun, festive, and frightening horror-comedy set during the horror publishing boom of the ‘80s.
Some go home by Odie Lindsey. A searing novel that follows 3 generations – fractured by murder, seeking redemption – in fictional Pitchlynn, Mississippi.
Sorry I missed you by Suzy Krause. Quirky, humorous, and utterly original – this is a heartwarming story about friendship, ghosting, and searching for answers to life’s mysteries.
The Sweeney sisters by Lian Dolan. The sisters gather in Southport, CT for the funeral of their father, a brilliant writer. An unexpected guest at his wake, however, will shift the foundations of their lives. A warmhearted portrait of love embracing true hearts.
Sweet water by Cara Reinard. What did her son do in the woods last night? Does a mother really want to know? This is an unsparing account of “rich people problems” that goes on forever – like all the best nightmares.
Ties that tether by Jane Igharo. At 12 years old, Azere promised her dying father she would marry a Nigerian man and preserve her culture, even after immigrating to Canada. Her mother has been vigilant about helping. But when she meets a man who is…white…and seems so right for her, things get complicated.
Under the tulip tree by Michele Shocklee. During the Great Depression, a young woman reporter takes a job interviewing former slaves for the Federal Writer’s Project. There she meets a 101 year old woman whose honest yet tragic past as a slave horrifies her.
Violent peace by David Poyer. World War III is over…or is it? Superpowers race to fill the postwar power vacuum in this thriller.
Anxiety first aid kit by Rich Hanson. A quick-relief guide for calming anxiety and stress right now.
The Black Civil War soldier by Deborah Willis. A stunning collection of stoic portraits and intimate ephemera from the lives of Black Civil War soldiers.
Calm the h*ck down by Melanie Dale. A laugh-out-loud hilarious parenting book that teaches you how to dial back the stress of raising children with the simple premise that we all must need to lighten up a little bit.
College admission essentials by Ethan Sawyer. A step by step guide to showing colleges who you are and what matters to you.
The good assassin by Stephen Talty. The untold story of an Israeli spy’s epic journey to bring the notorious Butcher of Latvia to justice – case that altered the fates of all ex-Nazis.
His Holiness the fourteenth Dalai Lama by Tenzin Tethong. This beautifully illustrated chronicle presents an in-depth, firsthand narrative of the Dalai Lama’s life story and the Tibetan saga.
How can it be gluten free cookbook collection by America’s Test Kitchen.
In case you get hit by a bus by Abby Schneiderman. How to organize your life now for when you’re not around later.
This was Hollywood by Carla Valderrama. From screen legends who have faded into obscurity to new revelations about movies’ biggest stars, this unearths the most fascinating little known tales from the birth of Hollywood through its Golden Age.
NEW CHILDREN’S ITEMS
All because you matter by Tami Charles
Bedtime for sweet creatures by Nikki Grimes
Bunheads by Misty Copeland
Construction site mission : demolition by Sherri Duskey Rinker
Daddy’s Little Princess by G. Todd Taylor
Elevator Bird by Sarah Williamson
Evelyn Del Rey is moving away by Meg Medina
A feel better book for little poopers by Holly Brochmann
Henry’s important date by Robert Quackenbush
I am every good thing by Derrick Barnes
I talk like a river by Jordan Scott
If you come to Earth by Sophie Blackall
Lulu the one and only by Lynnette Mawhinney
Ocean calls: a haenyeo mermaid story by Tina Cho
Outside in by Deborah Underwood
Sometimes people march by Tessa Allen
Speak up by Miranda Paul
Tiger wild by Gwen Millward
Turtle walk by Matt Phelan
Two White Rabbits by Jairo Buitrago
Uncle Bobby’s wedding by Sarah Brannen
Weekend dad by Naseem Hrab
The canyon’s edge by Dusti Bowling
Diary of a wimpy kid : the deep end by Jeff Kinney
I want to sleep under the stars! By Mo Willems
Maya and the rising dark by Rena Barron
Nancy Clancy : secret of the silver key by Jane O’Connor
Nancy Clancy : star of stage and screen by Jane O’Connor
The princess in black and the giant problem by Shannon Hale
5 worlds : the amber anthem by Mark Siegel
The Baby-Sitters Club : Logan likes Mary Anne! by Ann Martin
The bad guys in The One?! by Aaron Blabey
Cat Kid Comic Club by Dav Pilkey
Sparks!: Double dog dare by Ian Boothby
All thirteen : the incredible cave rescue of the Thai boys’ soccer team by Christina Soontornvat
Bill Nye’s great big world of science by Bill Nye
Feathered serpent and the five suns: a Mesoamerican creation myth by Duncan Tonatiuh
The International Day of the Girl : celebrating girls around the world by Jessica Dee Humphreys
The little mermaid by Jerry Pinkney
National Geographic Kids Almanac 2021 by National Geographic
Rainbow revolutionaries : 50 LGBTQ+ people who made history by Sarah Prager
Resist! : peaceful acts that changed our world by Diane Stanley
She leads : the elephant matriarch by June Smalls
Rock ‘n learn : writing strategies
Notes from Booklist, Publishers Weekly, Kirkus, Library Journal, and New York Times Book Review