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The Carnival at Bray by by Jessie Ann Foley
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School Library Journal Gr 9 Up-This promising debut, set in the heyday of grunge, tells the story of Maggie Lynch, a displaced Chicagoan and grunge music fan, living in a quiet town (Bray) on the Irish Sea. Maggie was uprooted from her friends, her music scene, and her beloved Uncle Kevin when her romantically fickle mother married her latest boyfriend, resulting in a move to his hometown. During her time of difficult adjustment to Ireland, Maggie falls i...More

The Lion the Mouse by Jerry Pinkney
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Book list *Starred Review* The intricate lion's face that crowds the cover of Pinkney's latest folktale adaptation is unaccompanied by any title or credits, and that is entirely appropriate there are no words inside, either. Through illustration alone Pinkney relates the well-known Aesop fable of the mouse who is captured by a lion, only to be unexpectedly released. Then, when the lion finds himself trapped by hunters, it is the mouse who rescues ...More

Andrew Jackson And The Miracle Of New Orleans by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger
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Three Times Lucky by Sheila Turnage
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Publishers Weekly Eleven years ago, Mo LoBeau arrived in Tupelo Landing, N.C., a newborn baby girl washed downstream during a hurricane and rescued by "the Colonel," a stranger who can't remember anything about his own past. Both are taken in by Miss Lana, owner of the Tupelo Cafe. Mo (short for Moses) loves the Colonel and Lana, but she can't curb her curiosity: isn't anybody missing a lucky newborn? Mo scratches this itch by ...More

A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
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Library Journal Tolle follows up his successful The Power of Now-it's sold two million copies worldwide since 1997-with a plea to reject egotistic ways for a new form of consciousness. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.

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Gilead: A Novel by Marilynne Robinson
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Book list To find out what really happened to her purportedly dead sister, sharpshooting 13-year-old Georgie Burkhardt and her sister's one-time suitor Billy McCabe follow the trail of pigeon hunters and discover far worse going on near Placid, Wisconsin, in 1871. Georgie tells her story in a first-person narrative that rings true to the time and place. She is smart, determined, and not a little blind to the machinations of adults around her, includin...More

A Hungry Lion; or, A Dwindling Assortment of Animals. by Lucy Ruth Cummins
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School Library Journal K-Gr 3-With its macabre humor and delightfully scribbly illustrations, this tale is sure to delight a wide audience of children. Using a metafiction style, the author starts the book with "Once upon a time, there was a hungry lion, a penguin, a turtle, a brown mouse, those two rabbits, etc.," but must stop and repeatedly revise the list as the bevy of animals slowly dwindle to one smugly grinning lion and "that turtle...More

Escape from Mr. Lemoncelloandapos;s library by Chris Grabenstein
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Publishers Weekly Librarians and English teachers will happily recommend this adventurous romp from Grabenstein (the Riley Mack books), which pays playful homage to books and libraries while engaging readers in a fast-paced competition involving research and reasoning skills. Twelve seventh-graders win a chance to spend an overnight lock-in previewing their town's new public library-it's a marvel of technological delights conceived by Luigi...More

Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
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Book list King, not one given to sequels, throws fans a big, bloody bone with this long-drooled-for follow-up to The Shining (1977). The events of the Overlook Hotel had resounding effects upon Danny Torrance, and decades later he's a drunk like his father, wondering what his battle with the ghosties was even for. Dan still feels the pull of the shining, though, and it lands him in a small New England town where he finds friends, an AA group, and a jo...More

The Land by Mildred Taylor
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School Library Journal Gr 7-10-In this prequel to Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (Dial, 1976), readers meet the relatives of the Logan family who lived during Civil War and Reconstruction times. Paul Edward is the son of a slave and her white master. He is treated well by his white half brothers and by his father, who teaches him to read and write. However, he and his sister learn that they are part of the white family in only certain respects. Early ...More

Ketchup Clouds by by Annabel Pitcher
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School Library Journal Gr 8 Up-Sitting alone in her shed, "Zoe" writes letters to a Death Row inmate in Texas, confessing her belief that she's responsible for the death of a boy in her British town. Since he's a murderer, too, she believes he should understand her feelings of guilt and regret. Using a pseudonym and a fake address, Zoe tells her pen pal how she met and developed crushes on two brothers, Max and Aaron, and how thing...More

Bring Up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel
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Publishers Weekly When last we saw Thomas Cromwell, hero of Mantel's 2009 Man Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall, he'd successfully moved emperors, queens, courtiers, the pope, and Thomas More to secure a divorce and a new, younger queen for his patron, Henry the VIII. Now, in the second book of a planned trilogy, Cromwell, older, tired, with more titles and power, has to get Henry out of another heirless marriage. The historical facts are known...More

Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
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Library Journal When she was 11, Taylor Markham was abandoned by her mother at a convenience store. At 17, she resides in a boarding school on Jellicoe Road. The closest person to her is Hannah, a nearby resident and would-be foster mom to the school's misfits. Now Hannah has disappeared when Taylor needs her most. She has been chosen to lead the school in its war with the local "Townies" and visiting "Cadets"-the cadets bein...More

Mirror Dance by Lois McMaster Bujold
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Book list The cloned brother of deformed, charismatic ruler Miles Vorkosigan searches for self-acceptance in a wonderful mixture of court intrigue and galactic warfare. One of a number of memorable tales about Miles Vorkosigan; other recent titles include Cetaganda and Memory.

From Booklist, Copyright © American Library Association. Used with permission.

A Beautiful MInd by Sylvia Nasar
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Book list The shadowy line between genius and madness is exemplified in the life of mathematician John Nash, Strangelovian game theorist of nuclear war, 1994 Nobelist in economics, and schizophrenic. Nasar is a rare author who explicates both calculus and mental disease.

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Publishers Weekly Nasar has written a notable biography o...More

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Michigan police under fire for treatment of 11-year-old girl

The Grand Rapids cops were chasing a middle-aged white woman. They cuffed an 11-year-old black girl. Now they are under investigation.

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 23:33:00 GMT
Why your highway tolls might soon cost more

Americans waste roughly 42 hours per year stuck in traffic, and it's costing them more and more money. NBC News' Tom Costello reports on a tactic that can drive up U.S. highway tolls to nearly $40.

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 00:00:55 GMT
New York governor tells reporter her question is 'disservice to women'

Asked how New York state government would confront sexual misconduct, Gov. Andrew Cuomo told a female reporter, "I think you miss the point."

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 22:06:00 GMT
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PBS announced it was suspending "Tavis Smiley" after an investigation that turned up "multiple, credible allegations." Smiley vehemently denied any wrongdoing.

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