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  • I Am Malala

    by Malala Yousafzai

    I Am Malala. This is my story. Malala Yousafzai was only ten years old when the Taliban took control of her region. They said music was a crime. They said women weren't allowed to go to the market. They said girls couldn't go to school. read more
  • The Lost Island

    by Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child

    Gideon Crew--brilliant scientist, master thief--is living on borrowed time. When his mysterious employer, Eli Glinn, gives him an eyebrow-raising mission, he has no reason to refuse. Gideon's task: steal a page from the priceless Book of Kells, now on display in New York City and protected by unbreakable security. read more
  • The Way Forward

    by Paul Ryan

    THE WAY FORWARD challenges conventional thinking, outlines his political vision for 2014 and beyond, and shows how essential conservatism is for the future of our nation.read more
  • Mean Streak

    by Sandra Brown

    From #1 NYT best-selling author Sandra Brown comes a heart-pounding story of survival, that takes the age-old question, "Does the end justify the means?" and turns it on its head. Dr. Emory Charbonneau, a pediatrician and marathon runner, disappears on a mountain road in North Carolina. By the time her husband Jeff, miffed over a recent argument, reports her missing, the trail has grown cold. Literally. read more
  • The Choir Director 2

    by Carl Weber

    Carl Weber takes readers back to church in his latest drama-filled novel, the much-anticipated sequel to the NYTbestseller, The Choir Director. It's been three years since Aaron Mackie succeeded in helping his friend and mentor, Bishop T.K. Wilson, dig his ministry out of financial ruin. Aaron decides the time is right to propose to Tia Gregory, the church secretary who caught his eye and inspired him to become a one-woman man. read more
  • Private Down Under

    by James Patterson, Michael White

    The world's most exclusive detective agency opens a new office - in Australia!

    With the best detectives in the business, cutting edge technology and offices around the globe, there is no investigation company quite like Private. Now, at a glittering launch party overlooking the iconic Opera House, Private Sydney throws open its doors . . . read more
  • The Falcon Throne

    by Karen Miller

    A royal child, believed dead, sets his eyes on regaining his father's stolen throne.
    A bastard lord, uprising against his tyrant cousin, sheds more blood than he bargained for.
    A duke's widow, defending her daughter, defies the ambitious lord who'd control them both.
    And two brothers, divided by ambition, will learn the true meaning of treachery.

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  • The Rush

    by Edward Dolnick

    A riveting portrait of the Gold Rush, by the award-winning author of Down the Great Unknown and The Forger's Spell. In the spring of 1848, rumors began to spread that gold had been discovered in a remote spot in the Sacramento Valley. A year later, newspaper headlines declared "Gold Fever!" as hundreds of thousands of men and women borrowed money, quit their jobs, and allowed themselves- for the first time ever-to imagine a future of ease and splendor. read more
  • Your Best Life Now

    by Joel Osteen

    10th Anniversary Edition: Updated with New Chapter & Foreword.
    Pastor Joel Osteen asks everyone to examine what he or she really believes. Why is this important? Because we will become what we believe. read more
  • The Broken Eye

    by Brent Weeks

    New York Times bestseller The Broken Eye continues the spectacular Lightbringer series from the New York Times bestselling author of The Black Prism and The Blinding Knife.

    As the old gods awaken and satrapies splinter, the Chromeria races to find the only man who can still end a civil war before it engulfs the known world. But Gavin Guile has been captured by an old enemy. read more
  • When Paris Went Dark

    by Ronald C. Rosbottom

    WHEN PARIS WENT DARK evokes with stunning precision the detail of daily life in a city under occupation, and the brave people who fought against the darkness. Relying on a range of resources---memoirs, diaries, letters, archives, interviews, personal histories, flyers and posters, fiction, photographs, film and historical studies---Rosbottom has forged a groundbreaking book that will forever influence how we understand those dark years in the City of Light. read more
  • A Blind Spot for Boys

    by Justina Chen

    Shana has always had a blind spot for boys. Can she trust the one who's right in front of her? Sixteen-year-old Shana Wilde is officially on a Boy Moratorium. After a devastating breakup, she decides it's time to end the plague of Mr. Wrong, Wrong, and More Wrong. Enter Quattro, the undeniably cute lacrosse player who slams into Shana one morning in Seattle. Sparks don't just fly; they ignite. read more
  • Designated Daughters

    by Margaret Maron

    When Judge Deborah Knott is summoned to her ailing Aunt Rachel's bedside, she assumes the worst. Thankfully when she arrives at the hospice center she learns that Rachel hasn't passed; in fact, the dying woman is awake. But the Knott family's joy quickly gives way to shock...read more
  • No Nap! Yes Nap!

    by Margie Palatini

    Mama says, NAP.
    Baby says, NO NAP!

    Baby wants to CLAP, DRINK, READ....Anything but NAP!

    Margie Palatini brings her signature humor to this rollicking sing-song read-along, inviting readers on a fast-paced chase through every room in the house as we follow Mommy on her quest to settle Baby down for nap. read more
  • Sweetness #9

    by Stephan Eirik Clark

    "Funny and moving. After this, nothing will ever taste the same again."--T. C. Boyle It's 1973, and David Leveraux has landed his dream job as a Flavorist-in-Training, working in the secretive industry where chemists create the flavors for everything from the cherry in your can of soda to the butter on your popcorn. While testing a new artificial sweetener--"Sweetness #9"--he notices unusual side-effects in the laboratory rats and monkeys: anxiety, obesity, mutism, and a generalized dissatisfaction with life. David tries to blow the whistle, but he swallows it instead...read more
  • postChristian

    by Christian Piatt

    It's the end of Christianity as we know it. But it's not a catastrophe-it's an opportunity. Thousands are walking away from the church. Christians are grappling with their faith. And both believers and nonbelievers wondering-what's coming next? read more
  • Mr. Tall

    by Tony Earley

    The highly anticipated return of Tony Earley, celebrated author of Jim the Boy Two decades after his debut collection Here We Are in Paradise (LB, 2/94) heralded Tony Earley as one of the most accomplished writers of his generation, the rueful, bittersweet, and riotous stories of Mr. Tall reestablish him as a mythmaker and tale spinner of the first rank. read more
  • Our Great Big American God

    by Matthew Paul Turner

    Americans love God. We stamp God on our money, our bumper stickers, and our bodies. With a church on nearly every street, it's hard to deny our country's deep connection with the divine. Yet culture critic Matthew Paul Turner says that God didn't just change America-America changed God. As a result, do we even recognize the "real" God? Ultimately, Turner dares to ask: Does God control the future of America-or is it the other way around? read more
  • Dirty Work

    by Gabriel Weston

    Nancy Mullion, an obstetrician-gynecologist whose botched surgery has put a patient in a life-threatening coma, must face a medical tribunal to determine if she can continue to practice medicine. Nancy's fears about both her patient's chances for survival and whether she will be "undoctored" are made palpable to the reader. read more
  • Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

    by David Shafer

    Three young adults grapple with the usual thirty-something problems--boredom, authenticity, an omnipotent online oligarchy--in David Shafer's darkly comic debut novel. The Committee, an international cabal of industrialists and media barons, is on the verge of privatizing all information. Dear Diary, an idealistic online Underground, stands in the way of that takeover, using radical politics, classic spycraft, and technology that makes Big Data look like dial-up. read more
  • Never Mind Miss Fox

    by Olivia Glazebrook

    A gripping and suspenseful novel about secrets, betrayal, and the power of the past.

    Clive and Martha have been a couple since they met at university; they now have a young daughter, Eliza, and on the surface, all seems well in their family. But neither Martha nor young Eliza know that the story of this happy marriage harbors a secret scene: a momentary betrayal that could have destroyed the marriage before it even began. read more
  • Courage for Beginners

    by Karen Harrington

    Twelve-year-old Mysti Murphy wishes she were a character in a book. If her life were fictional, she'd magically know how to deal with the fact that her best friend, Anibal Gomez, has abandoned her in favor of being a "hipster." She'd be able to take care of everyone when her dad has to spend time in the hospital. And she'd certainly be able to change her family's secret.<read more
  • Just Call My Name

    by Holly Goldberg Sloan

    The happily-ever-after of Holly Goldberg Sloan's acclaimed debut, I'll Be There, is turned on its head in this riveting, emotional sequel about friends, enemies, and how those roles can shift in a matter of moments. Emily Bell has it all. She's in love with a boy named Sam Border, and his little brother has become part of her family. This summer is destined to be the best time of their lives--until a charismatic new girl in town sets her sights on Sam. read more
  • Gus & Me

    by Keith Richards

    Long before there was a band, there was a boy: a young Keith Richards, who was introduced to the joy of music through his beloved granddad, Theodore Augustus Dupree, affectionately known as "Gus," who was in a jazz big band and is the namesake of Keith's daughter, Theodora Dupree Richards. Gus & Me offers a rare and intimate look into the childhood of the legendary Keith Richards through this poignant and inspiring story that is lovingly illustrated with Theodora Richards's exquisite pen-and-ink collages. read more
 

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