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Port Jervis Free Library: It’s raining new titles!

It’s raining new titles!

By Sherry Mohan-Neves Port Jervis Free Library We’ve got a downpour of wonderful new titles this week at the Port Jervis Free Library! Check them out. Four new fictions in large print: “Better Off Dead” by Lee and Andrew Child “An Impossible Promise” by Jude Devereaux “The Butler” by Danielle Steel “Foul Play” by Stuart Woods New Christmas-themed fiction: “The Christmas Promise” by Richard Paul Evans “When Christmas Comes” by Andrew Klavan “The First Christmas” by Stephen Mitchell “A Christmas Legacy” by Anne Perry Fiction: “The Stranger in the Lifeboat” by Mitch Albom “Mercy” by Dave Baldacci “Tom Clancy: Chain of Command” by Marc Cameron “Game On” by Janet Evanovich “Murder She Wrote: Debonair in Death” by Jessica Fletcher “Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone”, 888 pages from bestseller Diana Gabaldon “The Surrogate” by Toni Halleen “A Little Hope” by Ethan Joella “The Family” by Naomi Krupitsky “Tenderness” by Alison MacLeod “Fear No Evil: an Alex Cross Thriller” by James Patterson “Our Country Friends” by Gary Shteyngart “Miss Moriarty, I Presume?” by Sherry Thomas “The Donut Trap” by Julie Tieu “The Attic on Queen Street” by Karen White “O Beautiful” by Jung Yun Non-fiction: “Midnight in Washington: How We Almost Lost Our Democracy and Still Could” by Adam Schiff “Spike Lee” by Spike Lee. An oversized biography, short on text and loaded with photos, perfect for Spike Lee fans. “The 1619 Project, a New Origin Story” by Nikole Hannah-Jones “… offers a profoundly revealing vision of the American past and present.” "Crayola: A Visual Biography of the World's Most Famous Crayon" by Lisa Solomon and Crayola, LLC. Fascinating, colorful history of everyone's favorite crayon. “The First Shot” by Brendan Borrell. “The epic rivalries and heroic science behind the race to the Coronavirus vaccine.” “American Comics: a History” by Jeremy Dauber. An encyclopedic survey of this art form. “If you are already a connoisseur of comics, be prepared to be enlightened anew.” – Peter Kuper, award-winning cartoonist and graphic novelist. “The Afghanistan Papers: a Secret History of the War” by Craig Whitlock.

L to r: "The 1619 Project" by Nikole Hannah-Jones, "Crayola, a Visual Biography" by Lisa Solomon, and "The First Shots" by Brendan Borrell.
L to r: "The 1619 Project" by Nikole Hannah-Jones, "Crayola, a Visual Biography" by Lisa Solomon, and "The First Shots" by Brendan Borrell.

All quoted text is from the book jackets and reviews. Visit the library's website at www.portjervislibrary.org to browse all our offerings including print, audio, video and online programs for children and adults. No Internet access? Have your library card handy and call the Port Jervis Free Library at 845-856-7313, ext. 3, and a circulation clerk will help you. Free extended hours of Wi-Fi access are also available to all from the seating areas and parking lots outside the library at 138 Pike Street, Port Jervis, from 8 a.m.-11 p.m. seven days a week.

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