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  • Year Published: 2023

    The Sandman. The complete first season

    There is another world that waits for all of us when we close our eyes and sleep, a place called the Dreaming, where the Sandman, Master of Dreams, gives shape to all of our deepest fears and fantasies. But when Dream is unexpectedly captured and held prisoner for a century, his absence sets off a series of events that will change both the dreaming and waking worlds forever.

  • Year Published: 2017

    My Happy Family

    Literature teacher Manana has been married for 25 years and lives in a three-bedroom flat in Tbilisi with her husband, parents, two adult children, and her son-in-law. But on the evening of her 52nd birthday, she announces to the surprise of her family that she wants to leave. When she packs her suitcase and leaves, the family is shocked and incredulous: Where is she going? What is the reason for the decision? She is past the age of a divorce and has what everyone would call a good husband. But

  • Year Published: 2023

    Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

    After failing to defeat Aquaman the first time, Black Manta wields the power of the mythic Black Trident to unleash an ancient and malevolent force. Hoping to end his reign of terror, Aquaman forges an unlikely alliance with his brother, Orm, the former king of Atlantis. Setting aside their differences, they join forces to protect their kingdom and save the world from irreversible destruction.

  • Year Published: 2022

    My Hero Academia Season 6 Part 1

    An infiltration mission goes awry when the pros accidentally awaken Shigaraki's full potential. Dabi deals an emotional gut punch to the nation while All For One's protege levels cities on the path to his ultimate target: the vessel of One For All, Deku.

  • Year Published: 2022

    Doom Patrol Season 4

    DC's unlikeliest group of heroes, the Doom Patrol, are ready to save the world... kind of. After suffering horrific accidents that gave them superhuman abilities, Cliff/Robotman, Larry/Negative Man, Rita/Elasti-Woman, Jane/Crazy Jane, and Vic/Cyborg, were each left scarred, disfigured, and ostracized, until mad scientist Dr. Niles Caulder brings the outcasts together to treat and protect them. Gritty and irreverent, Doom Patrol follows this part support group, part superhero team as they take on

  • Year Published: 1971

    Roger Corman's Cult Classics - Vampires, Mummies & Monsters

    Time Walker: An alien, once buried in King Tut's tomb, terrorizes a college campus disguised as an ancient mummy. Lady Frankenstein: Dr. Frankenstein's daughter sets out to build her own monster to kill the one created by her late father, which is now running amok. The Velvet Vampire: A female vampire invites a couple to her tranquil estate and she slowly seduces them into her web of death. Grotesque: A gang of violent punks are terrorized by a murderous creature.

  • Year Published: 1973

    An American Family

    In 1973, TV viewers watched dramatic life events unfold in the home of the William C. Loud family of Santa Barbara, California, in The WNET Group's groundbreaking documentary series An American Family. Chronicling the lives of its seven members, the television series made parents Pat and Bill Loud and their five children instant celebrities.

  • Year Published: 2004

    Sharpe's sword collection set

  • Year Published: 2002

    Slap Sho [Motion Picture - 1977]


  • Year Published: 2024

    Patrick and the Whale

    Patrick Dykstra is a man who has dedicated his life to his great passion - diving with and filming whales. Over the years, Patrick has learned how whales communicate, how they perceive other creatures in the water, and how they behave in his immediate presence.

  • Year Published: 2024

    The holdovers

    A curmudgeonly instructor at a New England prep school is forced to remain on campus during Christmas break to babysit the handful of students with nowhere to go. Eventually, he forms an unlikely bond with one of them a damaged, brainy troublemaker, and with the school's head cook, who has just lost a son in Vietnam.

  • Year Published: 1992

    Kung Fu - The Legend Continues- The Complete First Season

    Kwai Chang Caine, grandson of the legendary hero of the Wild West, teams up with his policeman son, Peter, to tame the new Wild West, '90s urban America.

  • Year Published: 2023

    The Color Purple

    A decades-spanning tale of love and resilience and of one woman's journey to freedom. Celie faces many hardships in her life, but ultimately finds remarkable strength and hope in the unbreakable bonds of sisterhood.

  • Year Published: 2022

    Nature- Season of the Osprey

    An osprey soars over a small saltmarsh at the delta of the Connecticut River. From somewhere along the east coast of South America, he has just flown 4,000 miles to the place that is imprinted on his memory since birth, the saltmarsh where he will rejoin his mate.

  • Year Published: 2017

    Sharpe. Complete season one

    Set during the Napoleonic wars of nineteenth century Spain. This fast-moving, hard-hitting action adventure series brings to life all the danger and romance of one of the bloodiest wars in history.

  • Year Published: 2023

    The exorcist. Believer

    Since the death of his pregnant wife in a Haitian earthquake 12 years ago, Victor Fielding has raised their daughter, Angela on his own. But when Angela and her friend Katherine, disappear in the woods, only to return three days later with no memory of what happened to them, it unleashes a chain of events that will force Victor to confront the nadir of evil and, in his terror and desperation, seek out the only person alive who has witnessed anything like it before: Chris MacNeil.

  • Year Published: 2024

    Harry Wild. Series 2

    Harry and her young partner in PI work, Fergus, take on cases from missing persons to murders, but when Fergus's mother turns up, years after abandoning him, they have a deeply personal mystery to solve: Can he trust her?

  • Year Published: 2023

    Vindication Season 3

    A brutal murder rocks East Bank, thrusting Sergeant Gary Travis back into action as he relentlessly pursues justice. Brace yourself for an electrifying comeback as this show explodes onto the screen with eight pulse pounding, edge-of-your-seat episodes in its highly anticipated third season. Prepare for an unforgettable ride of suspense as Chief Tomlinson assigns the high-stakes murder investigation to the determined Tre, while Gary and Becky Travis find themselves embroiled in a personal crisis

  • Year Published: 2023

    Into the Weeds

    Does the most widely used weed killer in the world cause cancer? Into the Weeds: Dewayne "Lee" Johnson vs. Monsanto Company follows the story of groundskeeper Lee Johnson and his fight for justice against agrichemical giant Monsanto (now Bayer, which bought the company in 2018), the manufacturer of the weed killer, Roundup. In 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a branch of the World Health Organization, classified glyphosate - the active ingredient in Roundup as "proba

  • Year Published: 2024

    Grease Double Feature

    GREASE: Grease is the one that you want! Go back to high school with Pink Lady Sandy, leader of the bad-boy T-Birds, Danny, and a-rockin' and a rollin' all-star cast. Available for the first time as a remastered Special Edition and featuring all-new bonus materials, Grease: Rockin' Rydell Edition is the word! GREASE 2: Return to rockin' Rydell High for a whole new term! It's 1961, two years after the original Grease™ gang graduated, and there's a new crop of seniors and new members of the

  • Year Published: 2004

    The up series.

    In 1964 Michael Apted interviewed a group of seven year old children from diverse backgrounds from all over England, asking them about their lives and their dreams for the future. Every seven years, Apted has been back to talk to the same subjects.

  • Year Published: 2024

    Fantastic Machine

    What happens when humanity's infatuation with itself and an untethered free market meet 45 billion cameras…Filmmakers Axel Danielson and Maximilien Van Aertryck once again turn their cameras directly on society, this time to explore, explain, and expose how our unchecked obsession with image has grown to change our human behavior. From Camera Obscura and the Lumiere Brothers to YouTube and the world of social media, the film chronicles how we went from capturing the image of a backyard to

  • Year Published: 2023

    The Dick van Dyke show. Season two

    One of television's most celebrated shows, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" follows the misadventures of comedy writer Rob Petrie. Starring the legendary Dick Van Dyke and Emmy Award winner Mary Tyler Moore. Season two.

  • Year Published: 2005

    Entourage. The complete first season

    Eric, Turtle, and Johnny Drama are dedicated to helping their film-star buddy, Vincent Chase, navigate the absurdities and pitfalls of modern-day Hollywood.

  • Year Published: 2024

    Royal Flying Doctor Service Season 2

    In Australia's red heart with all of its precarious beauty, the modern-day heroes of the Royal Flying Doctor Service navigate private lives as turbulent and profound as the heart-stopping emergencies they attend.

  • Year Published: 2010

    Upstairs, Downstairs. Series five

    "The fifth and final series portrays the post-war period of 1919 to 1930"--Container.

  • Year Published: 1972


    In 1968, Peace Corps veteran David Schickele enlisted his friend Paul Eyam Nzie Okpokam to star in a light-hearted drama about the adventures of a well-educated Nigerian immigrant in San Francisco. Using a docu-fictional style reminiscent of John Cassavetes' Shadows (1959), Bushman observes the foibles of late-1960s African American culture with an outsider's penetrating eye. The film morphs into a documentary when the director's voice abruptly intrudes to narrate its star's fate: Okpokam was ac

  • Year Published: 2023

    Big Sky River- The Bridal Path

    Tara, now settled in Montana and dating Cowboy Boone, works to bring their family lives together but tensions arise, as blending their families will be more of a challenge than anticipated.

  • Year Published: 1941

    Dive Bomber

    A medical flight researcher and a squadron commander put aside differences and risk all to confront the problems of blackout-inducing G-forces and high-altitude sickness.

  • Year Published: 2024

    Mean Girls [Motion picture - 2024]

    From the comedic mind of Tina Fey comes a new twist on the modern classic. New student Cady Heron is welcomed into the top of the social food chain by the elite group of popular girls called "The Plastics," ruled by the conniving queen bee Regina George and her minions Gretchen and Karen. However, when Cady makes the major misstep of falling for Regina's ex-boyfriend Aaron Samuels, she finds herself prey in Regina's crosshairs. As Cady sets out to take down the group's apex predator with the hel

  • Year Published: 2024

    American Star

    An assassin on final assignment arrives in Fuerteventura to kill a man he has never met. But the target is delayed. Instead of following protocol he stays, drawn to the island, the people, and a ghostly shipwreck. When the target returns, the world has shifted. Before everything was simple, now nothing is.

  • Year Published: 2023

    The Crime is Mine

    After a struggling actress stands trial for the murder of a lascivious producer in 1930s Paris, she ascends to scandalous stardom with her lawyer roommate. A new life of fame, wealth, and tabloid celebrity awaits, until the truth comes out.

  • Year Published: 2006

    Sharpe's challenge

  • Year Published: 2017

    Sharpe. Complete season two

    Sharpe is back with three more edge-of-your-seat, feature-length episodes set during the Napoleonic wars of 19th century Spain.

  • Year Published: 2023

    Joan Baez - I am a noise

    Neither a conventional biopic nor a traditional concert film, this documentary is a raw and intimate portrait of the legendary folk singer and activist that shifts back and forth through time as it follows Joan on her final tour and delves into her extraordinary archive, including newly discovered home movies, diaries, artwork, therapy tapes, and audio recordings. Baez is remarkably revealing about her life on and offstage, from her lifelong emotional struggles to her civil rights work with MLK

  • Year Published: 2023

    The Dick van Dyke show. Season one

    One of television's most celebrated shows, "The Dick Van Dyke Show" follows the misadventures of comedy writer Rob Petrie. Starring the legendary Dick Van Dyke and Emmy Award winner Mary Tyler Moore. Season one.

  • Year Published: 2002

    We were soldiers

    Lt. Col. Hal Moore is the commander of the First Battalion, Seventh Cavalry. As part of the Pleiku Campaign of late 1965, Moore is assigned to action at Landing Zone X-Ray in the Ia Drang Valley, an area known to be overrun by North Vietnamese troops and nicknamed "The Valley of Death." Moore soon finds himself and his men contained to an area about the size of a football field, surrounded by more than 2,000 enemy troops and engaged in the first major battle of the war. Heroism becomes the order

  • Year Published: 2024

    Miss Scarlet and the Duke Season 4

    In Miss Scarlet and The Duke Season 4, Eliza has taken over the business of Nash & Sons (not that he has any sons) and things are not going entirely smoothly, although help comes from some familiar sources. Outside of work, her relationship with William "The Duke" Wellington builds towards a looming decision that will shape both their lives.

  • Year Published: 2006

    Entourage. The complete second season

    After three months shooting an indie film in NYC, the boys are back in La-la-land.

  • Year Published: 2015


    Victoria, a young woman from Madrid, meets four local Berliners outside a nightclub. Sonne and his friends promise to show her a good time and the real side of the city. But these lads are in trouble and they owe someone a dangerous favor that requires repaying that evening. As Victoria's flirtation with Sonne deepens into something more, he convinces her to come along for the ride. As the night takes goes on, what started out as a good time quickly spirals out of control.

  • Year Published: 2022

    Paris Police 1905

    It's Christmas Eve and an unidentified corpse is discovered in the Bois de Boulogne gardens and Inspector Antoine Jouin investigates the murder. Or was it suicide? It's a case that takes him deep into Paris' secret underbelly and into the heavily wooded park on the outskirts of Paris. In this place, people go to seek out and satisfy their darkest desires surreptitiously. This time, Jouin must venture off the beaten track, but at what cost? Under pressure from journalists and politicians, Police

  • Year Published: 2023

    On fire

    Inspired by true and harrowing events, On Fire tells the story of an ordinary man who finds his world suddenly torn apart as devastating wildfires rip through the surrounding countryside. With precious moments ticking by, he must flee with his son and pregnant wife if they have any hope of surviving the rapid forces of Mother Nature.

  • Year Published: 2014

    Upstairs, downstairs- the ultimate collection

  • Year Published: 2022


    A chance encounter between charismatic actress Lana Clarkson and legendary music producer Phil Spector ended in a fatal shooting that forever warped his legacy. How could one of the most important figures in 20th-century pop music also be a monster? This four-part docuseries peels back the layers of one of Hollywood's most tragic crimes to paint a more human portrait of Lana Clarkson and the deeply disturbed man convicted of her murder.

  • Year Published: 2023

    Lawmen- Bass Reeves

    It follows the journey of Reeves and his rise from enslavement to law enforcement as one of the first Black U.S. Deputy Marshals west of the Mississippi. Despite arresting over 3,000 outlaws during his career, the weight of the badge was heavy, and he wrestled with its moral and spiritual cost to his beloved family. This release features over two hours of special features, including an exclusive interview with Production Designer, Wynn Thomas (Malcolm X, Hidden Figures).

  • Year Published: 2024

    All Creatures Great & Small Season 4

    It's Spring 1940 and with Europe at war, the community in Darrowby are pulling together more than ever before. With Tristan away serving, Siegfried and James bring in some extra hands to help around the practice: highly efficient bookkeeper Miss Harbottle, and student vet Richard Carmody.

  • Year Published: 2012

    Project X [Motion picture - 1987]

  • Year Published: 1993

    Household Saints

    Nancy Savoca's star-studded indie gem Household Saints is a chronicle of a spirited Italian American New York family that perfectly balances humor, tragedy, and pathos. Joseph Santangelo is a butcher with a wicked sense of humor who "wins" his wife Catherine in a pinochle game. Over the protests of his mother who talks to ghosts and makes deals with saints, Joseph marries Catherine. When the old lady dies, her spirit is channeled into her granddaughter Teresa who yearns to serve God. Perfectly e

  • Year Published: 2022

    Saint Omer

    Bringing a documentarian's sense of open-ended inquiry to her first narrative feature, writer-director Alice Diop constructs a morally and emotionally layered courtroom drama unlike any other. When she travels to Saint-Omer, France, to attend the trial of a young Senegalese woman accused of murdering her infant daughter, novelist Rama finds herself shaken to the core by a case that proves to have profound resonances with her own life. Interweaving complex themes of mother-daughter bonds, immigra

  • Year Published: 2007

    The life of Christ. Volume 3

    Chronicles events in the life of Jesus of Nazareth, from his birth in a Bethlehem stable to his crucifixion and resurrection.

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  • The Familiar

    In a shabby house, on a shabby street, in the new capital of Madrid, Luzia Cotado uses scraps of magic to get through her days of endless toil as a scullion. But when her scheming mistress discovers the lump of a servant cowering in the kitchen is actually hiding a talent for little miracles, she demands Luzia use those gifts to better the family's social position. What begins as simple amusement for the bored nobility takes a perilous turn when Luzia garners the notice of Antonio Pe´rez, the di

  • Never Too Late

    Recently widowed Kezia moves from San Francisco to New York, determined to start fresh. She sells her home and her late husband's company, freeing herself from board responsibilities. She settles in a midtown penthouse near her adult daughters and befriends her movie-star neighbor, Sam. When a crisis hits the city, Kezia and Sam bond over volunteering, leading to a transformative friendship. While her daughters focus on their love lives, Kezia learns that her changes open new horizons.

  • Extinction

    Erebus Resort, occupying a magnificent, hundred-thousand acre valley deep in the Colorado Rockies, offers guests the experience of viewing woolly mammoths, Irish Elk, and giant ground sloths in their native habitat, brought back from extinction through the magic of genetic manipulation. When a billionaire's son and his new wife are kidnapped and murdered in the Erebus back country by what is assumed to be a gang of eco-terrorists, Colorado Bureau of Investigation Agent Frances Cash partners with

  • Daughter of Mine

    When Hazel Sharp, daughter of Mirror Lake's longtime local detective, unexpectedly inherits her childhood home, she's warily drawn back to the town, and people, she left behind almost a decade earlier. But Hazel's not the only relic of the past to return: a drought has descended on the region, and as the water level in the lake drops, long-hidden secrets begin to emerge…including evidence that may help finally explain the mystery of her mother's disappearance.

  • Fate breaker

  • City in Ruins

  • Three-Inch Teeth

    A rogue grizzly bear has gone on a rampage, killing, among others, the fiance´ of Joe's daughter. At the same time, Dallas Cates, who Joe helped lock up years ago, is released from prison with a list of six names tattooed on his skin. He wants revenge on the people who sent him away. Using the grizzly attacks as cover, Cates devises a method of violence identical to the bear killings and sets out to methodically check off his list.

  • The Age of Revolutions

  • Medgar and Myrlie

    Myrlie Louise Beasley met Medgar Evers on her first day of college. They fell in love at first sight, married just one year later, and Myrlie left school to focus on their growing family. Medgar became the field secretary for the Mississippi branch of the NAACP, charged with beating back the most intractable and violent resistance to black voting rights in the country. Myrlie served as Medgar's secretary and confidant, working hand in hand with him as they struggled against public accommodations

  • After Annie

    When Annie Brown dies suddenly, her husband, her four young children and her closest friend are left to struggle without the woman who centered their lives. Bill Brown finds himself overwhelmed, and Annie's best friend Annemarie is lost to old bad habits without Annie's support. It is Annie's daughter, Ali, forced to try to care for her younger brothers and even her father, who manages to maintain some semblance of their former lives for them all, and who confronts the complicated truths of adul

  • The Missing Witness

    Detective Kara Quinn is back in Los Angeles to testify against a notorious human trafficker, finally moving past the case that upended her life. But when the accused is shot in broad daylight, the chaotic scene of the crime turns up few reliable bystanders. And one witness, a whistleblower who might be the key to everything, has disappeared. After another person close to the case is killed, it's clear that anyone who knows too much is in danger, and tracking down the witness becomes a matter of

  • The Princess of Las Vegas

    Crissy Dowling has created a world that suits her perfectly. She passes her days by the pool in a private cabana, she splurges on ice cream but never gains an ounce, and each evening she transforms into a Princess, performing her musical cabaret inspired by the life of the late Diana Spencer. Some might find her strange or even delusional, an American speaking with a British accent, hair feathered into a style thirty years old, living and working in a casino that has become a dated trash heap. O

  • 10% Happier

    After having a nationally televised panic attack on Good Morning America, Dan Harris knew he had to make some changes. A lifelong nonbeliever, he found himself on a bizarre adventure involving a disgraced pastor, a mysterious self-help guru, and a gaggle of brain scientists. Eventually, Harris realized that the source of his problems was the very thing he always thought was his greatest asset: the incessant, insatiable voice in his head. We all have an inner narrator. It's what has us losing our

  • The Truth About the Devlins

    T.J. Devlin is the charming disappointment in the Devlin family, all of whom are lawyers at their eponymous law firm, except him. He works at the firm as its investigator, after rehab for alcoholism and a stint in prison. One night, T.J.'s older brother John tells him that he killed his client, an accountant, in self-defense, during a fight that ensued after John had confronted the accountant with evidence of embezzlement. T.J. and John hurry to the scene, but they find that the accountant has v

  • The Courage to be Disliked

    Already an enormous bestseller in Asia with more than three million copies sold, it demonstrates how to unlock the power within oneself to be the person listeners truly want to be.

  • The Phoenix Crown

    Versailles, 1912. At the height of an intoxicating Paris summer, a mysterious American millionaire attends a sumptuous costume ball with his bride, on whom he has bestowed the legendary Phoenix Crown, a priceless relic of Beijing's fallen Summer Palace. The party of the century kicks off with three hundred guests, nine hundred bottles of champagne, and one quest for justice that spans two continents and six years. San Francisco, 1906. In a bustling city of newly minted millionaires and hopeful u

  • Insomnia

  • Only the Brave

    In Nazi-era Berlin, Sophia Alexander shoulders immense responsibility after her mother's death, managing her family and aiding the resistance. Amidst Hitler's tyranny, Sophia assists in her sister's daring escape from Germany, endures personal losses, and joins the Sisters of Mercy. Despite danger, she persists in rescuing Jewish children, defying surveillance and persecution, determined to help those in need, even at the risk of her freedom.

  • Close to Death

  • The Turtle House

    It's spring 1999, and 25-year-old Lia Cope and her prickly 73-year-old grandmother, Mineko, are sharing a bedroom in Curtain, Texas, the ranching town where Lia grew up and Mineko began her life as a Japanese war bride. Both women are at a turning point: Mineko, long widowed, moved in with her son and daughter-in-law after a suspicious fire destroyed the Cope family ranch house, while Lia, an architect with a promising career in Austin, has unexpectedly returned under circumstances she refuses t

  • The House of Hidden Meanings

    Stripping away all artifice, RuPaul recounts the story of his life with breathtaking clarity and tenderness, bringing his signature wisdom and wit to his own biography. From his early years growing up as a queer Black kid in San Diego, navigating complex relationships with his absent father and temperamental mother, to forging an identity in the punk and drag scenes of Atlanta and New York, to finding enduring love with his husband Georges LeBar and self-acceptance in sobriety, RuPaul excavates

  • Toxic Prey

  • The Ghost Orchid

    LAPD homicide lieutenant Milo Sturgis sees it all the time: Reinvention's a way of life in a city fueled by fantasy. But try as you might to erase the person you once were, there are those who will never forget the past, and who can still find you. A pool boy enters a secluded Bel Air property and discovers two bodies floating in the bright blue water: Gio Aggiunta, the playboy heir to an Italian shoe empire, and a gorgeous, even wealthier neighbor named Meagin March. A married neighbor. An illi

  • Camino Ghosts

  • Build the Life You Want

    Arthur C. Brooks and Oprah Winfrey invite you to begin a journey toward greater happiness no matter how challenging your circumstances. Drawing on cutting-edge science and their years of helping people translate ideas into action, they show you how to improve your life right now instead of waiting for the outside world to change. With insight, compassion, and hope, Brooks and Winfrey reveal how the tools of emotional self-management can change your life, immediately. They recommend practical, re

  • The Summer Book Club

  • The Interpretation of Dreams

    In his iconic, landmark work, acclaimed psychoanalytic Sigmund Freud introduces his theory on the unconscious mind and how it is related to dreams. Here, Freud reveals how dreams can be interpreted as the mind's wish to settle an unresolved conflict.

  • It Had to be You

    The two identical brothers seemed perfect in every way, handsome, intelligent, popular, until a shocking summer night when one brother killed his parents in cold blood while the other brother had an iron-clad alibi. But which twin was where during the murders? And is it possible the two of them planned the perfect crime together? Years later, the twins are long estranged, each of them claiming to be convinced that the other is responsible for the death of their parents. Married now with children

  • End of Story

  • She's Not Sorry

    Meghan Michaels is trying to find balance between being a single mom to a teenage daughter and working as a full-time nurse. While on duty at the hospital one day, a patient named Caitlin arrives in a coma with a traumatic brain injury, having jumped from a bridge and plunging over twenty feet to the train tracks below. But when a witness comes forward with shocking details about the fall, it calls everything they know into question. Was Caitlin pushed and if so, by whom and why? Meghan has alwa

  • Reading Genesis

    For generations, the book of Genesis has been treated by scholars as a collection of documents, by various hands, expressing different factional interests, with borrowings from other ancient literatures that mark the text as derivative. In other words, academic interpretation of Genesis has centered on the question of its basic coherency, just as fundamentalist interpretation has centered on the question of the appropriateness of reading it as literally true. Both of these approaches preclude an

  • Funny Story

    Daphne always loved the way her fiance´ Peter told their story. How they met, fell in love, and moved back to his lakeside hometown to begin their life together. He really was good at telling it...right up until the moment he realized he was actually in love with his childhood best friend Petra. Which is how Daphne begins her new story: Stranded in beautiful Waning Bay, Michigan, without friends or family but with a dream job as a children's librarian, and proposing to be roommates with the only

  • Fourteen Days

    One week into the COVID-19 shutdown, tenants of a Lower East Side apartment building in Manhattan have begun to gather on the rooftop and tell stories. With each passing night, more and more neighbors gather, bringing chairs and milk crates and overturned pails. Gradually the tenants, some of whom have barely spoken to each other, become real neighbors. In this Decameron-like serial novel, general editor Margaret Atwood, Authors Guild president Douglas Preston, and a star-studded list of contrib

  • Lost man's lane

  • The Burning

    Newlywed Chief of Police Kate Burkholder is awakened by an urgent midnight call summoning her to a suspicious fire in the woods. When she arrives at the scene, she discovers a charred body. According to the coroner, the deceased, an Amish man named Milan Swanz, was chained to a stake and burned alive. It is an appalling and eerily symbolic crime against an upstanding husband and father. Kate knows all too well that the Amish prefer to handle their problems without interference from the outside w

  • You Like It Darker

    You like it darker? Fine, so do I," writes Stephen King in the afterword to this magnificent new collection of twelve stories that delve into the darker part of life, both metaphorical and literal. King has, for half a century, been a master of the form, and these stories, about fate, mortality, luck, and the folds in reality where anything can happen, are as rich and riveting as his novels, both weighty in theme and a huge pleasure to read. King writes to feel "the exhilaration of leaving ordin

  • Expiration Dates

    Daphne Bell believes the universe has a plan for her. Every time she meets a new man, she receives a slip of paper with his name and a number on it, the exact amount of time they will be together. The papers told her she'd spend three days with Martin in Paris; five weeks with Noah in San Francisco; and three months with Hugo, her ex-boyfriend turned best friend. Daphne has been receiving the numbered papers for over twenty years, always wondering when there might be one without an expiration. F

  • Wandering Stars

    Colorado, 1864. Star, a young survivor of the Sand Creek Massacre, is brought to the Fort Marion Prison Castle, where he is forced to learn English and practice Christianity by Richard Henry Pratt, an evangelical prison guard who will go on to found the Carlisle Industrial School for Indians, an institution dedicated to the eradication of Native history, culture, and identity. A generation later, Star's son, Charles, is sent to the school, where he is brutalized by the man who was once his fathe

  • Table for Two

    The millions of listeners of Amor Towles are in for a treat as he shares some of his shorter fiction: six stories set in New York City and a novella in Los Angeles. The New York stories, most of which are set around the turn of the millennium, take up everything from the death-defying acrobatics of the male ego, to the fateful consequences of brief encounters, and the delicate mechanics of comprise which operate at the heart of modern marriages. In Towles's novel, Rules of Civility, the indomita

  • The Hunter

    It's a blazing summer when two men arrive in a small village in the West of Ireland. One of them is coming home. Both of them are coming to get rich. One of them is coming to die. Cal Hooper took early retirement from Chicago PD and moved to rural Ireland looking for peace. He's found it, more or less: he's built a relationship with a local woman, Lena, and he's gradually turning Trey Reddy from a half-feral teenager into a good kid going good places. But then Trey's long-absent father reappears

  • The Kingdom, The Power, And the Glory

    Evangelical Christians are perhaps the most polarizing, and least understood, people living in America today. In his seminal new book, journalist Tim Alberta, himself a practicing Christian and the son of an evangelical preacher, paints an expansive and profoundly troubling portrait of the American evangelical movement. Through the eyes of televangelists and small-town preachers, celebrity revivalists and everyday churchgoers, Alberta tells the story of a faith cheapened by ephemeral fear, a pr

  • The hidden life of trees

  • Supercommunicators

    We all know people who seem capable of connecting with almost anyone. They are the ones we turn to for advice, the ones who ask deep questions but also seem to hear what we are trying to say. What do they know about conversation that makes them so special? And what can they tell us about how communication really works? Supercommunicators, Charles Duhigg argues, understand, some by intuition, some by hard-won experience, that there is a science to how human beings connect through words. They unde

  • Land of Hope- An Invitation to the Great American Story

    A narrative on American history that seeks to provide a clear and informative account of events that have shaped the country and caused the current state of affairs.

  • The Guest

    Iris and Gabriel seem to have it all: a beautiful country home, a daughter taking a gap year in Greece, and their good friends from Paris, Laure and Pierre, always up for a holiday weekend away. But when a young man has a tragic accident in a nearby quarry, Gabriel is the one to find him and hear his final words, leaving Gabriel with a guilty burden. As Iris tries to help ease her husband's trauma, they acquire an unexpected house guest. Their friend Laure has seemingly moved in, her marriage in

  • Demon of unrest

New Adult Fiction Books

  • The chaos agent

    "Artificial intelligence leads to shockingly real danger for the Gray Man in this latest entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. A car accident in Japan. A drowning in Seoul. A home invasion in Boston. Someone is killing the world's leading experts on robotics and artificial intelligence. Is it a tech company trying to eliminate the competition or is it something even more sinister? After all, artificial intelligence may be the deadliest battlefield gamechanger since the creation of g

  • Hidden yellow stars

    "Based on the true story of two World War II heroines who risked everything to save Jewish children from the Gestapo by hiding them throughout Belgium. ... Young schoolteacher Andraee Geulen secretly defies the Nazis in Belgium who are forcing Jews to wear a yellow Star of David. Andraee is not Jewish, but she feels a maternal connection to her students, who are living in constant fear, and decides to take action. No child should have to suffer under such persecution. But what can one woman do a

  • The trouble with paradise

  • Painting Rain

  • Paper Hearts.

    Esther had been dreaming the same dream for weeks. Suddenly, signs of her dream come alive all around her, only the real life version contains the mysterious and kissable Finn. At seventeen Esther told herself she was used to being alone?that she liked it even. Which is maybe why moving in with her uncle and his family, who are practically strangers, feels scarier than the reoccurring dream that won?t stop bothering her. Soon, she?ll be ten hours from the only home she remembers, and the one per

  • Keep your friends close

    "Isolated and embroiled in a custody battle, Mary is desperate for a friend. So when she meets the charming and enigmatic Willa at a Brooklyn playground, their connection feels fated. But during a margarita-fueled moms' night out, Mary shares her darkestsecret about her ex, George, and the next morning Willa simply disappears. No calls, no texts, nothing. Two months later, Mary's divorce is almost finalized, and she's trying to build a new life for her son in upstate New York. On her first day i

  • Just Ella

    I watched in helpless horror as two guards hauled Gavin to his feet and dragged him from the room. My voice was frozen, unable to protest as another guard took hold of my arm, leading me upstairs. From the confines of my room, I stared into the darkness beyond my window, hoping to catch one more glimpse of Gavin. He was gone, and I wondered if he would have been better off if he had never met me.' Ariella was only looking for a distraction, something to break up the monotony of palace life. What

  • Love, unscripted

    "This escapist, summery beach read about a woman who scripted her perfect boyfriend but hates the actor playing him in the on-screen adaptation is perfect for fans of romance, women's fiction, and Hallmark movies"--

  • Desperation Road

  • Life, Brazen and Garish - A Tale of Three Women

  • Tourist Season

  • Skeleton Coast / A Novel of the Oregon Files

  • The idiot

  • The Woman With No Name

  • Daybreak - a novel

  • Pansies - a Spires story

    Alfie Bell is ... fine. He's got a six-figure salary, a penthouse in Canary Wharf, the car he swore he'd buy when he was eighteen, and a bunch of fancy London friends. It's rough, though, going back to South Shields now that they all know he's a fully paid-up pansy. It's the last place he's expecting to pull. But Fen's gorgeous, with his pink-tipped hair and hipster glasses, full of the sort of courage Alfie's never had. It should be a one-night thing, but Alfie hasn't met anyone like Fen before

  • The desert crucible

    John Shefford sets out to rescue three people trapped in Surprise Valley, including Fay Larkin, who, unknown to him, has been forced into a polygamous marriage to a mysterious Mormon leader.

  • La Petite Mort

    "After the death of her estranged grandmother, Marisa Marrero finds herself bequeathed a surprising inheritance: a house in the New Orleans French Quarter, left to her with a variety of bizarre conditions attached. Among the surprising consequences of Marisa's acceptance is a friendship with a man called Jack St. Germaine, an alleged alchemist who may or may not be hiding a questionable history, and a series of encounters with Elisabeth Clavier, a vampire known for hunting mortals for sport. As

  • Twisted lies

    "Charming, deadly, and smart enough to hide it, Christian Harper is a monster dressed in the perfectly tailored suits of a gentleman. He has little use for morals and even less use for love, but he can't deny the strange pull he feels toward the woman living just one floor below him. She's the object of his darkest desires, the only puzzle he can't solve. And when the opportunity to get closer to her arises, he breaks his own rules to offer her a deal she can't refuse. Sweet, shy, and introverte

  • All our yesterdays - a novel

    "Scotland, the 11th Century. Born in a noble household and granddaughter of a forgotten Scottish king, a young girl carries the guilt of her mother's death and the weight of an unknowable prophecy. When she is married, at fifteen, to the Mormaer of Moray,she experiences firsthand the violence of a sadistic husband and a kingdom constantly at war. To survive with her young son in a superstitious realm, she must rely on her own cunning and wit, especially when her husband's downfall inadvertently

  • Business casual

    "Two polar opposites will find out if one night together is enough to get each other out of their systems in the final book in the beloved Lovelight Farms series, publishing as a Berkley original. Nova Porter isn't looking for love, and she certainly hasno explanation for her attraction to buttoned-up, three-piece-suit-wearing, investment banker Charlie Milford. Maybe it's his charm? Or maybe it's his determination to help her fledging business anyway he can. Either way, she's distracted every t

  • Flirty little secret

    "Guidance counselor Lucy Galindo works hard at being Harview High's Most Likely to Blend In. Between managing her anxiety and depression and having never found her place, Lucy knows she'd crumble at the center of attention. So when she spills boiling teaon the hot new teacher (in front of everyone!), it's a nightmare come to life . . . Aldrich Fletcher is having the worst first day: thanks to a clumsy (and well, beautiful) mystery woman, his pants are soaked; his ex-girlfriend is his new co-work

  • Right on cue

    "From the beloved author of Just My Type and Lease on Love comes a new romantic comedy in which a former actress-turned-screenwriter finds herself back in the spotlight, only for her romantic lead to be the one man she can't stand"--

  • Miracles at Promise Lodge

  • No Longer Human

  • The Messy Life of Jane Tanner

  • Keeping Kinley

    Kinley is content tending her apple orchard, until a chance meeting with a childhood friend changes her priorities. Spending time with nobility is not socially acceptable, but Rylan rejects the norm. He pursues her with an easygoing charm, though she doesn't dare hope that their relationship will be a reality. When Kinley's livelihood is threatened, any thoughts of a relationship are set aside as she's thrust into Rylan's world, where commoners and nobility don't mix. The Rylan she encounters th

  • The Z word

    "During a Pride celebration, Wendy notices the beginning of an infection that seems to be turning people into zombies. She and others from the local queer community must team up (despite interpersonal tension) to try and stop the outbreak, discover its source, and survive"--

  • Fervor

  • The Wedding of the Year

  • You'll Like Linton

  • Struck dead

    "When a tragic hit-and-run takes the life of a hardworking family man, multi-millionaire Christopher Hillington becomes the prime suspect, and the whole city of New York alights with speculation as to what happened. But before the NYPD can establish Hillington's guilt, he himself is brutally murdered in his own home. As he lays dying, he scrawls the name Casey Woods with his own blood, and the Forensic Instincts team is drawn into a complex mystery that has placed its president in the sights of

  • Love and Hot Chicken - A Delicious Southern Novel

  • The diver

    "Marta doesn't mean to kill her husband. In fact, she hardly believes that he's dead at all. After a grisly accident leaves her husband drowned at the bottom of Lake Michigan, she begins a frenzied investigation of the afterlife that soon drags in everyone around her, from her mother-in-law to the private detectives parked outside her front door, as she tries to dig herself free of her own deadly mistakes. Meanwhile, Peter is a young paralegal at the firm hired to investigate her role in her hus

  • Exiled shadow - a novel in collage

  • The Painter's Daughters

  • The U.P. trail and The call of the canyon - a novel

  • James - a novel

    "From Percival Everett-a recipient of the NBCC Lifetime Achievement Award and finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, Booker Prize, and numerous PEN awards-comes James, a retelling of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, both harrowing and ferociously funny, told from the enslaved Jim's point of view. When the enslaved Jim overhears that he is about to be sold to a man in New Orleans, separated from his wife and daughter forever, he decides to hide on nearby Jackson Island until he can formulate a plan.

  • Monkey grip - a novel

    "Set in Australia in the late 1970s, Monkey Grip follows single mother and writer Nora as she navigates the tumultuous cityscape of Melbourne's bohemian underground, often with her young daughter Gracie in tow. When Nora falls in love with the flighty Javo, she becomes snared in the web of his addiction. And as their tenuous relationship disintegrates, Nora struggles to ween herself off a love that feels impossible to live without."--

  • The Haunting of Velkwood

  • Little River- The Other Side of Paradise

    Two girls go missing on a topical island. Authorities turn a blind eye to the disappearance and the girls parents try to follow the trail through the dark underbelly of human trafficking. Will they find them in time? How far will they go to save them?

  • The Princess of Las Vegas

  • Glitterland

    "Ash Winters was once the golden boy of the English literary scene, but mental illness has dragged him into a cycle of self-destruction. A chance meeting with brassy Essex-born Darian Taylor may be the first step Ash needs to rebuild his life--if he's able to let go of the class prejudice and dangerous negative self-image that threatens to drown them both"--

  • The Instruments of Darkness

  • Betty Zane

    A new edition of Zane Grey's 1903 debut novel, a dramatization of the life of his great aunt, Betty Zane, a heroine of the American frontier during the Revolutionary War era. It is the first of three books by Grey chronicling the Zane family and the American frontier.

  • I cheerfully refuse - a novel

    "Set in a not-too-distant America, I Cheerfully Refuse is the tale of a bereaved and pursued musician embarking under sail on a sentient Lake Superior in search of his departed, deeply beloved, bookselling wife. Rainy, an endearing bear of an Orphean narrator, seeks refuge in the harbors, fogs, and remote islands of the inland sea. Encountering lunatic storms and rising corpses from the warming depths, Rainy finds on land an increasingly desperate and illiterate people, a malignant billionaire r

  • Riding the Tempest

  • She's Not Sorry

  • Sandcastle Inn - A Hope Harbor Novel

  • Headshot

New Adult Nonfiction Books

  • Extraordinary Women of Christian History- What We Can Learn from Their Struggles and Triumphs

    Engaging and candid narrative combined with provocative questions at the end of each chapter makes the lives of 77 women of church history come alive and stimulates spirited discussion.

  • The Mango Tree - A Memoir of Fruit, Florida, and Felony

  • Before the badge - how academy training shapes police violence

    "An inside look at how the police academy trains new officers"--

  • Rise Up and Sing! - Power, Protest, and Activism in Music

  • Total garbage - how we can fix our waste and heal our world

    "What happens to our trash? Why are our oceans filling with plastic? Do we really waste 40 percent of our food 65 percent of our energy? Waste is truly our biggest problem, and solving our inherent trashiness can fix our economy, our energy costs, our traffic jams, and help slow climate change-all while making us healthier, happier and more prosperous. This story-driven and in-depth exploration of the pervasive yet hard-to-see wastefulness that permeates our daily lives illuminates the ways in w

  • Secrets of the octopus

    "This book reveals new science and remarkable discoveries about the octopus, one of nature's most elusive and intelligent animals"--

  • A Modern Guide to Human Design - How to Read Your Chart and Align With Your Life's True Purpose

  • The special needs planning guide - how to prepare for every stage of your child's life

    "Written with both compassion and expertise, this bestselling book provides families with a comprehensive guide to planning for the lifetime needs of a child with disabilities. It presents the Five Factors readers need to consider--family and support, emotional, financial, legal, and government benefits--and how to plan for these factors at every stage of a child's life. The second edition includes updates based on current law, fully revised chapters with a wealth of practical recommendations, a

  • Last to eat, last to learn - my life in Afghanistan fighting to educate women

    "Inspired by generations of her family's unwavering belief in the power of education, Pashtana Durrani recognized her calling early in life: to educate Afghanistan's girls and young women, raised in a society where learning is forbidden. In a country devastated by war and violence, heeding that call seemed both impossible and dangerous. Pashtana founded the nonprofit LEARN and developed a program for getting educational materials directly into the hands of girls in remote areas of the country. H

  • Tyranny of dragons

    ''Tyranny of Dragons combines and refines two action packed Dungeons & Dragons adventures Hoard of the Dragon Queen and The Rise of Tiamat into a single sweeping campaign. It also includes a gallery of concept art providing a behind the scenes look at thecreation of an epic adventure spotlighting Tiamat, one of the most legendary foes in D&D. A wonderful re introduction to 5th edition's first published adventures for new fansBegins as a low level adventure suitable for new players and evolves in

  • Praxis core study guide 2024-2025 - 5 full-length practice tests, academic skills for educators, secrets for reading 5713, writing 5723, and math 5733 with step-by-step video tutorials

    "Mometrix Test Preparation's Praxis Core Study Guide 2024-2025 - Academic Skills for Educators Secrets is the ideal prep solution for anyone who wants to pass their Praxis Core Academic Skills of Educators. The exam is extremely challenging, and thorough test preparation is essential for success. Our study guide includes: 5 practice tests available in online interactive format (2 of these printed in the guide); Step-by-step video tutorials to help you master difficult concepts; Tips and strategi

  • H is for hope - climate change from A to Z

    "In 26 connected essays, Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter Elizabeth Kolbert takes us on an illustrated journey through the landscape of climate change and the stories we tell ourselves about the future"--

  • Revolutions in American Music - Three Decades That Changed a Country and Its Sounds

  • Indulge - Delicious and Decadent Dishes to Enjoy and Share

  • Familiarity Breeds Content - New and Selected Essays

  • Missing persons - or, my grandmother's secrets

    "Blending memoir with social history, Clair Wills movingly explores the gaping holes in the fabric of modern Ireland, and in her own family story"--

  • Marvelous Mopheads - Hydrangeas for Home & Garden

  • Why Congress

    To so many Americans, Congress seems obsolete or useless. Why do we even bother with it? Why Congress offers a defense of Congress as the indispensable branch of government, alongside a compelling account of how the institution has become so dysfunctional. At its best in the mid-20th century, Congress solved immense challenges like civil rights, but Wallach's history shows how the subsequent rise of powerful leadership and the decline of committees have left Congress divided and decrepit. As soc

  • The lede - dispatches from a life in the press

    "Calvin Trillin can write just about anything-and has. He covered the Civil Rights movement in the South for Time, chronicled stories from small towns and cities for The New Yorker, and wrote comic poetry for The Nation. He has been called "perhaps the finest reporter in America" (The Miami Herald), "our funniest food writer" (The New Yorker), and "one of the most brilliant humorists of our time" (Charleston Post and Courier). But one of his favorite subjects across the years-a superbly good fit

  • Dear Oliver - an unexpected friendship with Oliver Sacks

    "In this intimate and inspiring book, Susan Barry shares the heartfelt letters through which she and Oliver Sacks became friends, laying bare the meeting of two people endlessly intrigued by the world and its mysteries"--

  • Duty - a father, his son, and the man who won the war

  • Narcotopia - in search of the Asian drug cartel that survived the CIA

    "Nestled in the Golden Triangle of China, Burma, and Nepal, the Wa nation has existed and thrived for over five decades. Like mountain peoples from Chechnya to the Ozarks, the Wa like to do things their own way. A tribal authority called the United Wa State Army (or UWSA) controls their native terrain. The UWSA makes laws, defends the motherland, and builds roads and schools. It even issues driver's licenses. In every sense, it is a government. And as a nation, its armed forces command 30,000 tr

  • Remembering peasants - a personal history of a vanished world

    "A landmark new history of the peasant experience, exploring a now neglected way of life that once encompassed most of humanity but is vanishing in our time. For over the past century and a half, and still more rapidly in the last seventy years, the worldhas become increasingly urban, and the peasant way of life-the dominant way of life for humanity since agriculture began well over 6,000 years ago-is disappearing. In this new history of peasantry, social historian Patrick Joyce aims to tell the

  • Permission to be imperfect - how to strive less, stress less, sin less

    "Popular Bible teacher Kyle Winkler shares the keys to lasting peace, joy, and healing, helping you win the war against toxic emotions and behaviors, spark growth fueled by God's love and grace-not rules and performance-and experience a powerful new way of living. God designed the abundant, victorious life to happen more effortlessly than you imagined!"--

  • The Making of Prince of Persia - Journals 1985-1993

  • The Primary Solution - Rescuing Our Democracy from the Fringes

  • Watch your language - visual and literary reflections on a century of American poetry

    "This collection of graphic reviews, illustrated prose, and visualized poetics addressing the last century of American poetry establishes the roots of Terrance Hayes's poetic influences and reconstructs modes of poetic engagement, demonstrating what makesa poem both move and be moving and illustrating how drawing itself can be a kind of critical, poetic discourse"--

  • Girls Just Wanna Have Funds- A Feminist's Guide to Investing

    "Start your journey to financial success with Female Invest's guide for safe, smart, and sustainable investing. This is an empowering and uplifting money manifesto, aiming to change the tides of financial power. Are you one of the 68% of women worldwide earning less than a man doing the same job? Then you need to make your money work harder, starting now. In Girls Just Want to Have Funds, the trio of founders behind the global movement Female Invest bring you an empowering five-step guide with a

  • Perplexing Plots- Popular Storytelling and the Poetics of Murder

    David Bordwell reveals how crime fiction, plays, and films made unconventional narrative mainstream. A sweeping, kaleidoscopic account written in a lively, conversational style, Perplexing Plots offers an ambitious new understanding of how popular culture has evolved over the past century.

  • Moon Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon

  • You- the story - a writer's guide to craft through memory

    "A deeply personal how-to book for aspiring writers, encouraging them to look inward and excavate their own memories in order to discover the authentic voices and compelling details that are waiting to be put on the page"--

  • Original meanings - politics and ideas in the making of the Constitution

  • The mending directory - 50 modern stitch patterns for visible repairs

    Do you want to make your favorite clothes meaningful and give them new life? Are you intrigued by alternating stars and zigzag stripes? If so, join super-mender Erin Eggenburg as she shows you how to work over 50 fabulous stitch patterns for visible mending. An inspiring guide to eco-conscious, sustainable fashion, The Mending Directory offers 50 modern stitch patterns and sashiko visible mending designs to inspire you to repair your clothes in stylish and trendy ways without having to consume m

  • The only unavoidable subject of regret- George Washington, slavery, and the enslaved community at Mount Vernon

  • Our polyvagal world - how safety and trauma change us

    "Since Stephen Porges first proposed the Polyvagal Theory in 1994, it's basic idea--that the safety we feel impacts our health and happiness--has radically shifted our understanding of trauma and how we can live our best lives. 'Our Polyvagal World' definitvely presents how the Polyvagal Theory can be understandable to all and demonstrates how its practical principles are applicable to anyone looking to live their safest, healthies, and happiest life. What emerges is a worldview filled with opti

  • Fodor's Bermuda

  • Literary theory for robots - how computers learned to write

    "Intelligence expressed through technology should not be mistaken for a magical genie, capable of self-directed thought or action. Rather, in highly original and effervescent prose with a generous dose of wit, Yi Tenen asks us to read past the artifice-tobetter perceive the mechanics of collaborative work. Something as simple as a spell-checker or a grammar-correction tool, embedded in every word-processor, represents the culmination of a shared human effort, spanning centuries.Smart tools, like

  • Rhett and Link Present- the Mythical Cookbook - 10 Simple Rules for Cooking Deliciously, Eating Happily, and Living Mythically.

  • The Year's Best Sports Writing 2023

  • It is finished - a 40-day pilgrimage back to the cross

    "Through forty slices of the story of Calvary, master storyteller and vivid Bible teacher Charles Martin, will walk you back to the cross to look up at it from a different angle each day and ask the Father to reveal to you: What exactly did he mean whenthe dying Jesus said, "It is finished"-what was finished at the cross?When did what Jesus finish at the cross even begin?What does this man's death 2,000 years ago have to do with me today?What is God offering at the cross that I so easily forget

  • Rising Son- The Life and Music of Arlo Guthrie Volume 10

    Rising Son: The Life and Music of Arlo Guthrie, written by award-winning author Hank Reineke, recounts the veteran musician's second act, from the early 1980s to the present. Featuring extensive reflections and commentary from Guthrie himself, this book is the only authorized biography of the renowned folk singer.

  • Sons, Daughters, and Sidewalk Psychotics - Mental Illness and Homelessness in Los Angeles

  • A paradise of small houses - the evolution, devolution, and potential rebirth of urban housing

    "From the Haitian-style "shotgun" houses of the 19th century to the lavish high-rises of the 21st century, a walk through the streets of America's neighborhoods that reveals the rich history-and future-of urban housing"--

  • Becoming a Screen-Savvy Family - How to Navigate a Media-saturated World--and Why We Should

  • Blood money - why the powerful turn a blind eye while China kills Americans

    "Peter Schweizer investigates the apathy American elites' have about China's undermining of American society"--

  • 36 Ways of Writing a Vietnamese Poem

  • The Achilles trap - Saddam Hussein, the C.I.A., and the origins of America's invasion of Iraq

    "From bestselling and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steve Coll, the definitive story of the decades-long relationship between the United States and Saddam Hussein, and a deeply researched and news breaking investigation into how human error, cultural miscommunication, and hubris led to one of the greatest geopolitical conflicts of our time When the United States invaded Iraq in 2003, its message was clear: Iraq, under the control of strongman Saddam Hussein, possessed weapons of mass destruction

  • Welcome to the Basement - An Upside-Down Guide to Greatness

  • Dinosaurs and prehistoric life.

    The stunning visuals and authoritative text make Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Life a fascinating and revealing encyclopedia that will appeal to the whole family. From the origin of life, through the age of dinosaurs stalked by the terrifying Tyrannosaurus rex, to the earliest humans, this book tells the story of life on Earth. Dinosaurs may be the stars of the show, but the book is truly comprehensive, with fossil plants, invertebrates, amphibians, fish, birds, reptiles, mammals, and even early bac

  • And How Does That Make You Feel? - Everything You (N)ever Wanted to Know About Therapy

New Young Adult Books, Graphic Novels, Manga & Zines

  • Freshman year

    Chronicles the constant angst, hilarity, and self-doubt enmeshed in the experience of going away to college--all through the eyes of an eighteen-year-old burgeoning comics artist.

  • The amazing Spider-Man. Dead Language Volume 06, Dead language. Part 2

    "The shocking story it's all been building to - and your heart is not ready! At last, witness exactly what brought Peter Parker together with his former arch-nemesis, Norman Osborn as past and present collide with the return of the Emissary - and his power is far beyond Spider-Man's abilities. Peter and his allies may figure out a way to win, but the cost of victory will be so immense that you just might hope they don't! Plus: Witness the full fury of Peter's new Spidey suit unleashed! Discover

  • The Gulf

  • Clock striker. I'm Gonna Be a Smith! Volume 1, "I'm gonna be a SMITH!"

    "A young Black girl apprentices to the SMITHS, legendary warrior engineers who once traveled the world making it safer for everyone"--

  • Armed with madness - the surreal Leonora Carrington

    "Reluctant muse and feminist champion... society heiress and rebel refugee... the last of the Surrealists: Leonora Carrington played many roles in her long and extraordinary life. Renouncing her privileged upbringing in pre-war England for the more exciting elite of Paris's 1930s avant-garde, she comes to rub shoulders (and more) with the likes of Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, and Salvador Dalai, after embarking on a complicated love affair with Max Ernst. But the demons that have both haunted and ins

  • Unaccompanied - stories of brave teenagers seeking asylum

    "This book tells the true stories of five brave teens fleeing their home countries of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guinea, on their own, traveling through unknown and unfriendly places, and ultimately crossing into the US to find refuge and seekasylum. Based on extensive interviews with teen refugees, lawyers, caseworkers, and activists, Tracy White shines a light on five individual kids from among the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors who enter the US each year. In stark black

  • King cheer

    Waitlisted by her dream college and questioning her identity, Leah steps down as cheer captain to focus on her future, but when the competition for captaincy goes awry, power-hungry twins take command of the squad and immediately pit the cheerleaders against the basketball team.

  • The girl who sang - a Holocaust memoir of hope and survival

    When the Nazis invade her small Polish town, Enia Feld is separated from her family and forced into hiding and at the mercy of her neighbors, in this gripping graphic memoir of survival and rediscovering your song during the Holocaust.

  • How to love - a guide to feelings & relationships for everyone

    A popular web comic artist presents this humorous, honest handbook, inclusive of all genders and sexualities, that offers valuable insights on everything from first love to self-love and love ever after.

  • Safe Passage

  • Mickey Mouse 1 - The Ice Sword Saga

  • The keeper

    "A young Black girl finds herself trapped between desperation and her family's dark history in this horror graphic novel"--

  • Al Capone

  • The monkey king and I / The Monkey King and I

    "After Monkey Prince finds the jingu bang staff, he realizes controlling it is a whole different problem! It has now stretched so large and long that it has become a nuisance to Atlantis, and so Aquaman goes to find who is responsible for this ginormous golden staff that destroyed so much of his city. The good news is, the Jingu bang can shrink back to normal size, but only the Monkey King is worthy enough to wield its magical properties-will the staff recognize Monkey Prince as good enough to d

  • King cheer / King Cheer

    Waitlisted by her dream college and questioning her identity, Leah steps down as cheer captain to focus on her future, but when the competition for captaincy goes awry, power-hungry twins take command of the squad and immediately pit the cheerleaders against the basketball team.

  • Baltimore. 5, Cult of the Red King

    "Continuing his quest to destroy the Red King, Lord Baltimore heads to the icy Baltic Sea and to northern Russia, but he finds witchcraft in the streets of St. Petersburg and evil in its shadows. With new allies and fearsome new enemies, Baltimore continues his battle to save the world from the Red King. But as his path grows darkers, he may not only lose his way, but those closest to him. Collects Baltimore: The Cult of the Red King #1-#5"--

  • Lissa - a story about medical promise, friendship, and revolution

    "Anna is the daughter of Americans working in Cairo. But she feels more at home with the humble family of her friend Layla, who lives in the doorman's shack adjacent to Anna's apartment building. As the women grow up, their unlikely friendship is put to the test as they each face a family health crisis. Gulfs of misunderstanding emerge, as Anna deals with her family history of breast cancer, and Layla makes difficult decisions about her father's kidney failure. When the Arab Spring in Egypt erup

  • Ruth Asawa - an artist takes shape

    "This graphic biography chronicles the genesis of Ruth Asawa as an artist--from the horror of Pearl Harbor to her transformative education at Black Mountain College to building her life in San Francisco, where she would further develop and refine her groundbreaking wire sculptures"--

  • Nothing special. Volume one, Through the Elder Woods

    "Two not-so-human teenagers and a friendly ghost radish face the fantasy adventure of a lifetime."--

  • Night and Dana

    "When special-effects obsessives Dana and Lily begin work on an eco-horror movie, they realize they've been growing apart. But as everything starts going up in flames, Dana begins to forge her voice as a climate activist"--

  • The Baker and the Bard

  • The closet

    "Thom is moving cross-country with his family and dragging the past along with them. When his child, Jamie, is seeing monsters in the bedroom closet, Thom reassures him that they will stay in the apartment after the move. But Thom is very wrong about manythings and the monsters do continue to find young Jamie"--

  • Rainbow! 1 - Original Graphic Novel

  • 49 days

    Day 1. Gotta get up. Gotta keep moving. This map - it says I have to cross over here. Wait, what's that...? And so begins a graphic novel story unlike any other: 49 Days. In Buddhist tradition, a person must travel for forty-nine days after they die, before they can fully cross over. Here in this book, readers travel with one Korean American girl, Kit, on her journey, while also spending time with her family and friends left behind. Agnes Lee has captivated readers across the world for years wit

  • Frontera

    "Mateo makes the dangerous journey back home to the United States through the Sonoran Desert with the help of a new friend, a ghost named Guillermo"--

  • Doctor Who - the ninth doctor. Vol 2, Doctormania

  • Spider-Gwen- Ghost-Spider - edge of Spider-verse. Vol. 1, 2014-2016

    "On Earth-65, the radioactive spider didn't bite Peter Parker--it bit Gwen Stacy! Now, Gwen fights crime as Spider-Woman--just don't tell her father, the police chief! In the wake of Spider-Verse, Gwen splits her time between school, heroism and playing in her band, the Mary Janes, while dodging NYPD lieutenant Frank Castle! But what really happened the night her world's Peter Parker died, and how does it connect to a new reptilian rampage? Gwen's troubles pile up as her world's Osborns debut an

  • Jim Henson's Labyrinth - Beyond the Goblin City

  • Once upon a time at the end of the world. Book two, The rise and fall of Golgonooza

    "A secluded suburban community is the last thing Maceo and Mezzy expected to find, especially one so well-preserved and well-stocked. As more people come to reside in this settlement called Golgonooza, it flourishes, and becomes a home for Mezzy and Maceo, just as they become home to each other. However, the cracks in Maceo and Mezzy's oasis turn to chasms as their relationship stability (and that of the community) faces its first disasters! What Maceo felt for Mezzy eventually turns to terror a

  • Star Wars Darth Vader 8

  • Nightmare country - the glass house

    "The Corinthian has been turned loose on our realm once more, and this time he sets his sights on the very root of rapacious American capitalism-Silicon Valley. His relentless pursuit of the Smiling Man will carve a bloody path from the C-suite of ProphetCapital to the bowels of a demonic nightclub, and no one will be safe from his reach. Not Ken, living large in the Bay Area since parting ways with Barbie all those years ago. Not Max, a nervous hedge fund manager on the rise who's never quite f

  • Fall Through

  • Amazing Spider-man 5

  • In utero

    "Twelve years after a disastrous explosion, young Hailey is dropped off by her mum at a holiday camp in a dilapidated shopping mall. Alienated from the other kids, she connects with an eerie older teen named Jen...but soon dark horrors awaken, and the twonew friends are caught up in a cataclysmic battle between two terrifying creatures who have been lying dormant all this time"--

  • DC vs. vampires

    "The Justice League has long protected Earth from all manner of foreign and alien invaders over the years, always keeping a vigilant eye to the skies for the next threat. But what if the threat was already walking the Earth...hiding in plain sight...watching...waiting for their moment to strike... A mysterious new vampire lord has already put a plan in motion to conquer the Earth, and his horde are hunting on the streets of Gotham."--

  • Deadendia 3 - The Divine Order

  • Just another story - a graphic migration account

    "When Carlos was nineteen, his mother decided to leave her life in El Salvador. Refusing to let her go without him, Carlos joined the journey north. Together they experienced the risks countless people faces as they migrate"--

  • Void Rivals 1 - More Than Meets the Eye

  • The girl who sang - a Holocaust memoir of hope and survival

    "A heartrending graphic memoir about a young Jewish girl's fight for survival in Nazi occupied Poland, The Girl Who Sang illustrates the power of a brother's love, the kindness of strangers, and finding hope when facing the unimaginable." -- Publisher annotation.

  • Nothing special / Through the Elder Woods

    "Two not-so-human teenagers and a friendly ghost radish face the fantasy adventure of a lifetime."--

  • Ghost roast

    Fifteen-year-old Chelsea, daughter of a paranormal specialist, risks her hard-won popularity and more when she is drawn into a paranormal romance after discovering her own ability to communicate with ghosts.

  • Five nights at Freddy's. Fazbear frights. Graphic novel collection vol. 4

    From a boy determined to teach the school bully a lesson to a novelty toy that brings good luck with monstrous consequences, this terrifying trio of tales will have FNAF fans on the edge of their seats.

  • A Firehose of Falsehood - The Story of Disinformation

  • Through fences

    "Collection of short comics about life near the US-Mexico border. Touches on issues of immigration, detainment, policing, sexuality, racism, and violence"--

  • Henchgirl expanded

    "Mary Posa hates her job. She works long hours for little pay, no insurance, and worst of all, no respect. Her co-workers are jerks and her boss doesn't appreciate her. He's also a supervillain. Cursed with a conscience, Mary would give anything to be something other than a Henchgirl. This Second Edition printing offers the humor and henching you love, along with an extra, new Henchgirl story!"--

  • Liberated - the radical art and life of Claude Cahun

    "This graphic biography chronicles the life of Surrealist artist Claude Cahun, from their childhood and experiences of antisemitism in France, through the development of their artistic practice in Paris, to their resistance against the Nazis in Jersey, and includes photographs by Cahun and artistic and romantic partner Marcel Moore"--

  • Us

    "What happens when the life you thought you had does a 180 turn? Everything, and yet...nothing. Us is Sara and Diana's love story, as well as the story of Diana's gender transition. Full of humor, heartache, and the everyday triumphs and struggles of identity, this graphic memoir speaks to changing conceptions of the world as well as the self, at the same time revealing that some things don't really have to change. Written, drawn, and colored by Sara Soler, with English translation by Silvia Per

  • Monstress. Inferno Volume eight, Inferno

    "The truth about the death of Maika's mother has been revealed, and Maika has come undone. As her allies scramble to save her soul, they find themselves in the unlikeliest of places--the beautiful and brutal prison planet where the Monstra have long beenlocked away. This visit to the site of Zinn's worst nightmares might just hold the key to Maika's survival--and to the long-buried origins of the Known World"--

  • Miss Truesdale and the fall of Hyperborea

    "One of the last followers of the Heliopic Brotherhood of Ra, the unassuming Miss Truesdale is the recipient of HBR leader Tefnut Trionus's final vision. From meek secretary in Victorian London to a mighty gladiator in ancient Hyperborea, Truesdale is thrust into the past to fight ancient evils and change the future forever"--

  • 49 Days

New Large Print Books, Foreign Language & VITAL Materials

  • Sieve and let die

  • The familiar

  • The French ingredient

  • City of betrayal

    "A year has passed since Elizabeth Bates ran her last con. Life has been simpler, although not nearly as exciting, but she has thrown herself into working to get the 19th Amendment ratified by thirty-six states to become the law of the land. Since every other Southern state has already rejected the amendment, it seems unlikely Tennessee will be an exception . . . but it's their only hope, so the suffragists descend on Tennessee for the final battle. Elizabeth's ability to interact with difficult

  • Every single secret

  • It had to be you

  • After the forest

    "After the Forest is a dark and enchanting fantasy debut from Kell Woods that explores the repercussions of a childhood filled with magic and a young woman contending with the truth of "happily ever after." Ginger. Honey. Cinnamon. Flour. Twenty years after the witch in the gingerbread house, Greta and Hans are struggling to get by. Their mother and stepmother are long dead, Hans is deeply in debt from gambling, and the countryside lies in ruin, its people starving in the aftermath of a brutal w

  • Murder, she wrote- fit for murder

  • The woman in me

  • The Ghost Orchid

  • Worthy

    "A gripping, painfully honest, and ultimately inspirational memoir from global superstar and creator of the Red Table Talk series Jada Pinkett Smith. In a media driven landscape that crafts narratives for our celebrities, Smith recounts her story in an intimate conversation with readers. Along the way, she explores her path to accepting her power as a woman, and her discovery that a strong sense of self is every woman's right and saving grace. An impactful and rare memoir that engages and educat

  • Feline fatale

  • Antiques foe

  • Where you end

  • Lost & hound - a novel

    "Early fall in Virginia means shorter days, cooler temperatures, the blooming milkweeds of summer giving way to fields of fluffy seeds -- and of course, the start of fox hunting season. It's "Sister" Jane Arnold's favorite time of year. And this year, the Jefferson Hunt Club is busier than ever, organizing a fundraising drive to help with the upkeep of their beloved hunting grounds. But the festive season is interrupted by the appearance of a dead body, tied to a chair and placed directly in the

  • The last close call

  • The best that you can do

  • A questionable character

    "It's a busy summer in Booktown. Contractor Jim Stark is in great demand: he's overseeing a number of projects, including Angelica Miles's newly constructed building on Main Street, finishing up the new brew pub, and gutting a stone mansion off Main Street that Angelica bought to be the world headquarters for Nigela Ricita Asssociates. It'll house office space where her marketing staff and the rest of the NR Associates clerical personnel will work. Tricia Miles and Angelica arrive at the mansion

  • A memoir of my former self

  • Agape after all

  • The blonde identity - a novel

    "She only knows three things for certain: 1. She has a splitting headache. 2. The hottest guy she has (probably) ever seen is standing over her, telling her to run. And oh yeah... 3. People keep trying to kill her. She doesn't know who. Or why. But when she sees footage of herself fighting off a dozen men there's only one explanation: obviously. . . she's a spy! Except, according to Mr. Hot Guy, she's not. She's a spy's identical twin sister. Too bad the only person who knows she's not the woman

  • If the boot fits

  • The Morningside

  • Meet the Benedettos

  • Wellness

  • Nightwatching

  • A calamity of souls

    "When two wealthy white landowners are found dead, the whole country immediately thinks it must be Jerome Washington, the hired help, who killed them. He was standing over the bodies when the police responded to an anonymous call and the only one on the property at the time of death. As far as the state is concerned, it's an open and shut case. Jack Lee, born and raised in Freeman County, knows that every man deserves a solid defense and agrees to be Jerome's lawyer, against everyone's better ju

  • The seamstress of Acadie

  • Knowing you

    "Budding artist May Parker is captivated by the Japanese exhibits at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and longs to know more about her mother's heritage--which her mother refuses to speak of because of the heartache she left behind in Japan. Wanting to experience more of the exhibits, May works as a Camera Girl--but her curiosity leads her into danger when a suit of samurai armor becomes the target of an elusive art forger. After ten years apart, May is reunited with her childhood friend Lee

  • Murder on tour

    "Michigan bookshop owner Samantha Washington's tour for the launch of her new mystery novel is a whirlwind success... until life - or rather murder - begins to imitate fiction on the last stop at Michigan's most prestigious literary festival! While Sam wraps up her first whirlwind book tour, Nana Jo has kept Market Street Mysteries running smoothly. The last stop is a prestigious book festival in Sam's hometown of North Harbor, Michigan. But not everyone thinks the guest of honour, bestselling a

  • A short walk through a wide world

  • The little things

    "A decade ago, Rochelle Delany made a decision that changed her life forever. Wanting more than just football games and potluck suppers, she boarded a bus for California and didn't look back. But instead of a glamorous life, she became trapped in a nightmare of labor trafficking. Now, she's made a daring escape and returns home to Ohio. Sandy Fairbrother has a problem with trust. Twice betrayed, he now puts his faith only in God. He's a single dad doing his best to grow his construction business

  • Here in the dark

  • After Annie

  • Summers at the Saints

  • The house of last resort

  • The Chaos Agent

  • All that is hidden

  • The songbird of Hope Hill

  • Flames of wrath

  • Just for the summer

  • The wild side

  • The menopause brain

  • While you were out

  • The curse of Penryth Hall

  • The friendship club

  • Easy money cryptocurrency, casino capitalism, and the golden age of fraud

    "At the height of the pandemic, TV star Ben McKenzie was the perfect mark for cryptocurrency: a dad stuck at home with some cash in his pocket, worried about his family, armed with only the vague notion that people were making heaps of money on something he--despite a degree in economics--didn't entirely understand. Lured in by grandiose, utopian promises, and sure, a little bit of FOMO, McKenzie dove deep into blockchain, Bitcoin, and the various other coins and exchanges on which they are trad

  • Covert Amish investigation

    "A deadly undercover the Amish community she left behind. After a woman in witness protection disappears from Kate Bontrager's Amish hometown, the now Englisch police officer goes undercover--and enters a killer's sights. Partnering with Abram Burkholder, the man she'd hoped to marry nearly a decade ago, is the only way to solve the case. But can they face the past and heal their still damaged hearts...before they both end up dead?"-- Back cover.

  • Night for day

  • Everyone is watching

New Children's Materials

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Spanish Materials
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Featured: New Children's Picture Books

  • The king penguin

    King penguin Percival is off to find subjects who will listen to him, as long as they do not eat him first.

  • Helping

    While Mama Bear is away, Papa thinks he can handle everything. The cubs offer to help out when Papa learns that he bit of more than he can chew.

  • Down the hole

    "When a suspiciously polite fox attempts to coax his next meal out of a burrow, he is met with a clever rabbit who has been cooking up a surprise for this very moment!"--

  • The monster above the bed

    "A monstrously fun story that puts a wholesome twist on a familiar fear. Blossom loves jumping snake, swimming in the bog, and playing slime ball. She doesn't love the creepy sounds above her bed that no one else seems to notice. Determined to get to thetop of it once and for all, Blossom hatches a plan that leads her to find courage and a new friend. This is a wholesome twist on a familiar fear that will make you wonder-what do the monsters under our beds think about us?"--

  • Just a worm

    Upset at being called "just a worm," worm sets out around the garden to find out what the other insects do, and discover his own role in keeping the garden healthy.

  • Wild blue - taming a big-kid bike

    Using her boundless imagination, Kayla finds the courage to tame her new big-kid bike--despite falls, bumps and bruises--and the confidence to let go of her fear.

  • Love like chocolate

    "An older sibling teaches a new younger sibling about their family's traditions, all of which revolve around chocolate"--

  • Soren's seventh song

    Convinced whale songs are boring, young humpback whale Soren decides to write his own, catchier tunes, and even when his music is met with less than encouraging feedback, he finds a way to keep composing.

  • Grumpy monkey don't be scared

    "On the spookiest night of the year, Jim Panzee and his jungle friends brave the dark to collect treats. Not only does the jungle look different at night, it sounds different. What's that knock-knock-knock and that HAHA HAHA HAHA? And the smell? PEE-YEW!"Don't be scared," they tell Jim. But then two glowing eyes flash overhead, and looking for treats is almost abandoned"--

  • Two New Years

    A multicultural family celebrates the traditions of two New Years--the Jewish Rosh Hashanah in the autumn, and the Asian Lunar New Year several months later.

  • Like so

    Just as the sun loves the day and the moon loves the waves, a grandmother shows how her family's love is natural and connected to the world around them.

  • I think I think a lot

    "A young girl notices and wonders about the ways she and her classmates approach doing good work, caring about people's feelings, and showing they're grateful. She comes to accept herself just as she is and celebrates the differences between herself and her classmates. "I care a lot. Not more than other kids, just in my own way." Inspired by the author's experience with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), I Think I Think a Lot can be a starting point for discussions about overthinking or obsess

  • A story no one has ever heard before

    "Once upon a time there was a story no one has ever heard before, inspired by a carrot on the run, a knight who'd trade his sword for a pal, and an alien who just wants to get some rest and relaxation. It's a story about how to tell a story. From choosinga main character to crafting a problem to solve to arriving at a satisfying conclusion"--

  • Pearl

    When Pearl, a little gosling who loves to sing all day long, loses her voice, she discovers that, with the support of her friends, she can handle anything that comes her way!

  • Chicken Little and the very long race

    When it is first announced, Chicken Little is not interested in the marathon featuring Hare--until the rest of the flock falls for Hare's fraudulent methods and she becomes determined to prove that Hare is a total fraud.

  • One more jar of jam

    "A girl experiences the cycles of the seasons and of life courtesy of her family's mulberry tree and a communal love of jam"--

  • The world and everything in it

    Celebrates the big things and little things in the world and everything in between.

  • I'm going to be a princess / written by Stephanie Taylor ; illustrated by Jade Orlando.

    This funny, feminist narrative follows Maya as she learns about the achievements of some amazing Black women while pondering what she wants to be when she grows up and is especially captivated by a brave Nigerian princess.

  • A flicker of hope

    "Lucaia loves to watch the monarchs' migration from her home in Mexico with Papaa. But this year, the monarchs' journey north holds extra weight; Papaa is heading north, too, to look for work. He promises her that when 'the weather turns cold and the monarcas return, our winged ancestors will guide me home.' So while he spends the summer months harvesting produce on faraway farms, Lucaia watches the skies for signs of the monarchs'--and her papaa's--return"--

  • Weather together

    Nimbus the pegasus wonders why she cannot be sunny all the time like everyone else, but when she introduces her friend Kelp to her cloud, she finds the unicorn is a very good listener.

  • Way past lonely

    Everyone seems to be busy this weekend and Macy feels lonely until she learns to have some fun on her own.

  • The only way to make bread

    Fresh out of the oven, this warm and toasty picture book explores all kinds of breads, from sourdough to bao!

  • Our wish for you - a story about open adoption

    "In a celebration of open adoption, both a baby's birth mother and his adoptive parents share the same universal wishes for the child"--

  • Don't touch that flower!

    Squirrel is apprehensive about the arrival of Spring until he spots a wildflower and tries to claim it as his own, not understanding his overbearing protectiveness is doing more harm than good. Includes information on flowers.

  • Dinosaur party

    "Granny Pig is throwing a dinosaur party and Peppa and George are invited! Will they have a roaring good time? Find out in this storybook based on the hit TV show!"--

  • Everyone Gets a Turn

  • The spark in you

    A young girl unleashes her inner spark and expresses her creativity and uniqueness during Carnival's lively atmosphere.

  • Dancing hands - a story of friendship in Filipino sign language

    Sam is fascinated by her new neighbors and their ability to talk with their hands, and when she meets Mai, she starts to learn Filipino sign language so they can communicate. Includes dictionary of Philippine signs.

  • The loud librarian

    When loud-voiced Penelope becomes student-librarian, she is determined to prove she is perfect for the job while staying true to herself.

  • Bear's big dreaming

    Worried that they will not have enough dreams for their upocming winter hibernation, Little Bear journeys into the woods and collects dreams of happiness, homecoming, and hope from the different animals in the forest.

  • Buster gets back on track

    Rescued race car Buster tends to let his emotions get the best of him, but with the help of his teammates, he learns how to breathe through his feelings.

  • Why we dance - a story of hope and healing

    A young Indigenous girl's family helps calm her nervous butterflies before her first Jingle Dress Dance and reminds her why she dances.

  • Moomin and the Wishing Star

  • Back to front and upside down!

    While the rest of the class makes birthday cards for the principal, Stanley struggles with his words and letters.

  • Maisy's big book of kindness

    This exuberant celebration of kindness follows Maisy and her friends as they spread joy around them by sharing toys, making cards and gifts, nurturing animals, caring for the environment and looking out for one another.

  • Way past embarrassed

    When Juan finds math hard, he feels embarrassed and acts out in class, but he feels better after seeking help and learning others struggle with it as well.

  • Waaa waaa goes Táwà

    Ta´wa` makes her wishes known in the loudest way possible, even though she's too little to talk. Whenever things don't go her way, her sweet personality disappears. Whether on a walk, at the market or just getting new braids, Ta´wa` is quick to cry "Waaa waa." As the day wears on, her cries become more and more frequent and exasperating as they echo throughout the village. And when night falls and it's time for bed, is there anything the exhausted grow-ups can do to restore peace and quiet?

  • When summer comes - exploring nature in our warmest season

    "Summer is the perfect season for families to embrace the outdoors. When Summer Comes celebrates playing and exploring in the wilderness during the summer months"--

  • Bompa's insect expedition

    "It's time for the twins to go on a nature expedition with Bompa. What marvelous place will they explore this time? Tidepools at the sea? The pond full of frogs' eggs? Maybe deep in the forest? But to their disappointment, they are just exploring outsidethe door. Yet, as they begin to search for insects, they find world-champion flyers, eaters, and weightlifters. And more tiny surprises at every turn! With their Bompa at their side, they find a way to recognize the amazing feats and important r

  • Cupig - the Valentine's day pig

    When a storm blows Cupig's arrows off course, the arrows strike the wrong targets and Cupig must rectify her mistake and get some classic pairs back together.

  • The littlest yak and the new arrival

    As Gertie prepares for the arrival of her new sibling, she worries there will not be enough room in Mummy's heart for two yaks.

  • Princess Pru and the ogre on the hill

    Originally seeing Oggy the ogre, who has moved into the house on the hill, as a nuisance, Princess Pru realizes he is just lonely and, with courage and spunk, arrives on his doorstep to extend her friendship.

  • Lawrence & Sophia

    When Lawrence and Sophia meet and become friends, they find ways to enjoy each other's company without leaving their own safe spots, but when a storm comes, they both venture out of their comfort zones to see if the other is ok.

  • You're Going to Love This Book!

  • Space Cafe

  • Tiny barbarian conquers the kraken!

    "After admiring the new movie poster for Bob the Barbarian Conquers The Kraken, Tiny wants to battle a kraken in the choppy seas, too! There's just one problem: Tiny doesn't know how to swim! Off to the community pool for Tiny's first swim lesson! With aswim cap stretched over his signature barbarian "helmet" and some cool new gear, Tiny learns to blow bubbles, float, dog paddle, kick, and build his confidence in the water. Just in time, because...A tentacled fearsome foe rises from the deep end

  • The Wizard of Oz - the official picture book

    "An official adaptation of the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz film"--

  • Is this . . . Easter?

    "An egg left by a bunny causes comical chaos among a group of animals as they try to come to a consensus on whether it's time to celebrate the holiday--or breakfast"--

  • Water day

    A girl and her community celebrate the arrival of the water man when he comes on his weekly visit to distribute water to a Cuban village. Includes author's note.

  • Jack the library cat

    When a stray cat keeps turning up for story time at the library, he is always shooed away, but when he meets Pascal, a boy who needs a reading buddy, a friendship forms, and now Pascal along with the other children have Jack the cat to read to.