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New York Times Bestsellers • Bestseller for the Week of July 05, 2020
FICTION
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Brit Bennett
The Vanishing Half

Library Journal After achieving Hopwood and Hurston/Wright honors and debuting big with The Mothers, Bennett here fea
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Click #2  (Last Week: 1 • Weeks on List: 2)  
Elin Hilderbrand
28 Summers
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Delia Owens
Where The Crawdads Sing

Book list Owens' (Secrets of the Savanna, 2006) first novel is a leisurely, lyrical tale of a young woman growing up
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Click #4  (Last Week: 3 • Weeks on List: 9)  
John Grisham
Camino Winds
NONFICTION
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John Bolton
The Room Where It Happened
Click #2  (Last Week: 1 • Weeks on List: 17)  
Ibram X Kendi
How To Be An Antiracist

Publishers Weekly Kendi follows his National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning with a boldly articulated,
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Click #3  (Last Week: 7 • Weeks on List: 91)  
Ta-Nehisi Coates
Between The World And Me

School Library Journal In a series of essays, written as a letter to his son, Coates confronts the notion of race in
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Click #4  (Last Week: 3 • Weeks on List: 16)  
Glennon Doyle
Untamed

Publishers Weekly Motivational speaker Doyle (Love Warrior) writes of divorcing her husband, finding love with Olympi
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Click #5  (Last Week: 8 • Weeks on List: 6)  
Layla F Saad
Me And White Supremacy

Library Journal Saad has written an important book about taking ownership of racist behavior and making changes that
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ALA Notable Books for Children Anthony Awards
British Crime Writers' Assoc. Caldecott Medal Winners
Edgar Awards Hugo Awards
National Science Teachers Association Newbery Medal Winners
Rebecca Caudill Awards RITA Awards
Spur Awards World Fantasy Awards



All libraries in the East Albemarle Regional Library System are currently closed to the public until further notice.

All library locations are offering curbside pick-up for requested materials. Please check with your library for details.

If you have library materials out, please do not concern yourself with overdue items or fines. NO OVERDUE FINES will be charged while our buildings are closed. Library customers are now encouraged to return items to one of our outdoor books drops. Again, NO FINES will be charged for days we are closed to the public.

Our libraries offer many digital resources including eBooks, eAudiobooks and more. Look at the list below on this page as well as your individual County Library’s website.

If you wish to use our online resources and are unsure how to begin, you may call any of our libraries during weekday daytime hours and a staff person will be happy to set up your account, and tell you more about our digital resources.





It is important for individuals to remain informed about recent developments regarding CORONAVIRUS (COVID - 19).

Reliable Sources of Information:

Centers for Disease Control

North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services




Our Cloud Library eBook collection contains popular eBooks for
adults, children and teens. Cloud Library eBooks can be read on
your tablet, smart phone or computer.

eAudiobooks are also available for your listening pleasure. Look for
the eAudio bookshelf or headphone icon on the cover.

In order to check out from the Cloud Library, you must first install the
Cloud Library app on your mobile device or tablet, or the Cloud
Library software on your computer.

You will also need your 14 digit library card barcode number and a
password. This password will be same as the PIN that you use to
access our online catalog for placing holds and checking your
account. If you have
never used this feature of our online catalog, please call or stop by
the library to receive a PIN for your library account. This PIN will be
the password for your Cloud Library account.

For more information, please stop by your local library, or click here.


Electronic Databases

Provides online access to articles (many full-text) from newspapers, magazines, and journals. NC LIVE also provides resources that can be used for homework help, job search assistance, auto repair, downloadable audiobooks, useful websites and much more! Use NC LIVE in your library or log on from any work, school, or home by selecting East Albemarle Regional Library then entering your 14 digit library card number.


IN LIBRARY USE ONLY
Beginning or professional genealogists can access Ancestry.com - the largest collection of family histories on the Web. Also includes U.S. census records, genealogy links, family trees, and printable family tree chart forms. Use at a library Internet computer.


Beginning or professional genealogists can access original page images for all documents - a collection of over 25,000 family and local histories, and U.S. census records. Log on at a library, work, school, or home Internet computer using your valid library card number.


NC Kids Digital Library has over 5,000 eBooks for preschoolers through Grade 4. Over 1,000 of these can be borrowed by more than one user at the same time. (Look for the Never-Ending Reading shelf for these titles.) Access with your 14-digit East Albemarle Regional Library Card barcode and library-assigned PIN.

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