Spring break suggestions #3: New fiction!

The Way We Fall, by Megan Crewe: Sixteen-year-old old Kaelyn challenges her fears, finds a second chance at love, and fights to keep her family and friends safe as a deadly new virus devastates her island community.

The Butterfly Clues, by Kate Ellison: When Lo finds a butterfly figurine connected to a recent murder, she is caught up in the deadly mystery.

Bunheads, by Sophie Flack: Hannah revels in the...

Spring break suggestions, part 2: Audiobooks

Doing some driving over break? A 17-hour flight to South Africa, perhaps? May we suggest bringing an audiobook?

Crimebusters and Crossed Wires: Stories from the radio show This American Life, including the hilarious and legendary "Squirrel Cop."

Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins: If you haven't read it yet, catch up with the audiobook in time for the movie!

Kitchen Confidential,...

Spring Break suggestions, part 1

Don't want to lug a stack of books home over Break? These lengthy, gripping books will keep you busy for awhile:

Lone Wolf, by Jodi Picoult: When his distant father is in a car accident, Edward returns home to face family drama and secrets.

The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern: "Waging a fierce competition for which they have trained since childhood, circus magicians Celia and Marco unexpectedly fall in love with each other and...

Dramatic new realistic fiction

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, by Jennifer E. Smith: "Hadley and Oliver fall in love on the flight from New York to London, but after a cinematic kiss they lose track of each other at the airport until fate brings them back together."

Irises, by Francisco X. Stork: When their father suddenly dies, two sisters must make some big decisions about their lives.

Paper Covers Rock,...

Obsessed with Downton Abbey?

You might like these books. (Um, if your librarians don't get to them first.)

Below Stairs, by Margaret Powell: "The classic kitchen maid's memoir that inspired Upstairs, Downstairs and Downton Abbey."

The FitzOsbornes in Exile, by Michelle Cooper: Sequel to A Brief History of Montmaray.

The Beekeeper's Apprentice, by Laurie R. King: Sherlock Holmes...

New fiction!

Check out some of our brand-new fiction for the weekend:








Eve, by Anna Carey: Post-apocalyptic all girls' school... of DOOM

Fateful, by Claudia Gray: Werewolves on the Titanic

Why We Broke Up, by Daniel Handler: How to return your ex's stuff as painfully as possible