Summer is here and the library shelves are filled with new summer reads. Everything from light summer fare such as : The Actor and the Housewife by Shannon Hale, As Husbands Go by Susan Isaacs, Aunt Dimity Down Under by Nancy Atherton, Blonde Bombshell by Tom Holt and The Castaways by Elin Hilderbrand, Darling Dahlias and the Cucumber Tree by Susan Wittig Albert, Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner, Fortunate Harbor by Emilie Richards, The Island by Elin Hilderbrand, A Hopeful Heart by Kim Vogel Sawyer, and The Penny Pinchers Club by Sarah Strohmeyer.
To books that will keep you reading long after the lightning bugs are out : Cleopatra’s Daughter by Michelle Moran, Damaged by Alex Kava, The Glass Rainbow by James Lee Burke, A Hidden Affair by Pam Jenoff, Ice Cold by Tess Gerritsen, The Imperfectionists by Tom Rachman, In the Name of Honor by R. N. Patterson, Live to Tell by Lisa Gardner, Lowcountry Summer by D. B. Frank, Mr. Peanut by Adam Ross, Mrs Somebody Somebody by Tracy Winn, The Nobodies Album by Carolyn Parkhurst, Private by James Patterson, The Search by Nora Roberts, My Name is Mary Sutter by Robin Oliviera and Stork Raving Mad by Donna Andrews.
We also have something new for the young adult readers : Erak’s Ransom and The Kings of Clonmel by John Flanagan, The Zombie Chasers by John Klopfer, Theodore Boone: Kid Detective by John Grisham, After All, You’re Callie Boone by Winnie Mack, A Brief History of Montmaray by Michelle Cooper, The Carbon Diaries 2015 by Saci Lloyd, and Chasing Orion by Kathryn Lasky.
Don’t forget to have your camera handy during all these fun-in-the-sun summer days!! Your photos can preserve your summer vacation memories for generations to come! For our faithful scrapbookers, and those who dream of finding the time to scrapbook…you are never to young to begin! Given in memory of Connie Rennerfeldt Holbrook by Russell and Karen Grass : Scrapbooking Just for You!: How to Make Fun, Personal, Save-Them-Forever Keepsakes by Candace Ransom.
However you are spending your summer days and evenings, remember that your library always has something to add to the enjoyment!