Summer reading allows us to escape the dreariness of winter while allowing us to enjoy the sun and imagine ourselves in another setting. Some new items at the Gardiner Public Library that folks may enjoy this summer are:
Still life with bread crumbs by Anna Quindlen. Broken by city life, an aging woman moves to a small cabin the middle of nowhere where she finds peace, inspiration, and the unexpected love of a husky roofer 30 years her junior.
Cell by Robin Cook. This medical thriller is about the smartphone’s new role in medicine – and will both please and scare fans of the genre. A medical app called iDoc seems to be killing patients. Has it been hacked?
The flight of the Silvers by Daniel Price. A thrilling genre-bending saga about six extraordinary people whose fates become entwined on an Earth far different from their own.
You can date boys when you are forty by Dave Barry. The funny man discusses parenting and other tops about which he knows very little.
Maine Coast & Islands by Christina Tree. Here is an explorer’s guide to help you find some new places in Maine just waiting to be discovered by you.
Five-plant gardens by Nancy Ondra. Here are 52 ways to grow a perennial garden with just five plants.
Our web site at www.gpl.lib.me.us<https://www.gpl.lib.me.us> will direct everyone to our hours and services, including using your library card to download audiobooks or ebooks from home.