Full List of New Arrivals



“Catch the Rabbit” by Lana Bastasic — “Winner of the 2020 European Union Prize for Literature, Lana Bastašic’s powerful debut novel Catch the Rabbit is an emotionally rich excavation of the complicated friendship between two women in a fractured, post-war Bosnia as they venture into the treacherous terrain of the Balkan wonderlands and their own history. — Perseus Publishing Annotation

“Meet Me at the Museum” by Anne Youngson — “How subtle. How perceptive…Meet Me at the Museum is gently provoking, delving into how we interact with our children, our spouses, our communities, but mostly with ourselves.” — Minneapolis Star Tribune

“The President’s Daughter” by Bill Clinton and James Patterson — “The President’s Daughter is a smart, taut, utterly fantastic roller coaster that had me holding on for dear life: a combination of every parent’s worst nightmare—a daughter abducted by a terrorist with a scimitar—and the inside world of Washington, DC (a place where, arguably, the knives are pretty damn sharp, too).”―Chris Bohjalian, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Midwives, The Flight Attendant, and Hour of the Witch


“Little Black Book (Bibliophile Mystery)” by Kate Carlisle — “A character-driven mystery with plenty of thrilling escapades to keep the plot moving.” —Kirkus

The Finders” by Jeffrey B. Burton — “Action-packed…an intense, graphic serial killer novel with a likable, aw-shucks hero and a remarkable dog.”–Library Journal (starred review)

“The Keepers” by Jeffrey B. Burton — “When Mace Reid and his cadaver dog Vira are called in to search Washington Park, what they find has them running for their very lives as a they, amidst murder and mayhem, uncover corruption at the highest level, which does not bode well for them.” — Atlas Publishing

“The Stolen Letter” by Paige Shelton — Bookseller Delaney Nichols meets a woman who believes she is Mary, Queen of Scots, reborn; and when the Cracked Spine book shop is royally threatened, she must work to save the shop. By a New York Times best-selling author.” — Atlas Publishing


“Last Best Hope: American in Crisis and Renewal” by George Packer — “Packer has a story to tell about our decline, and he tells it well . . . Packer’s sharp portraits of [America’s factions] are the heart of this book . . . [His] account of America’s decline into destructive tribalism is always illuminating and often dazzling.” ―William Galston, The Washington Post

“Our Team: The Epic Story of Four Men and The World Series that Changed Baseball” by Luke Epplin — “From sandlots to stadiums, Luke Epplin generously offers up the best seat in the stands to revisit when both America and its greatest pastime were changing. Even as the color line impacted the best Black players’ access and opportunities, Our Team is a riveting reminder of the unifying power of sports―and the compelling men who sought to change America one game at a time.” ―Caseen Gaines, author of Footnotes: The Black Artists Who Rewrote the Rules of the Great White Way


“Greater Greensboro Community Visit: Report and Action Plan – November 2019” by the Vermont Council on Rural Development — “Community members identified 4 priority areas for future action: Build Community Wastewater Infrastructure; Improve Community Walkability and Bike-ability; Address Water Quality and Lake Protection ; and Improve Broadband & Cell Service.” Read the final report at

“Kinship Caregivers Guide” by Vermont Department of Children and Families — “A guide for adults who are caring for the children of relatives or family friends” — Vermont Agency of Human Services, Department of Children and Families

“The Nature Conservancy’s Flagship Natural Area” by Gary Miller and Rose Paul

“Wetland, Woodland, Wildland: A Guide to the Natural Communities of Vermont” by Elizabeth H. Thompson — This book is a must-have for anyone wanting to understand Vermont’s forests, wetlands, mountaintops, and shores. Richly illustrated with beautiful line drawings and stunning color photographs, this accessible field guide will delight outdoor explorers and armchair naturalists alike.” —


“Hidden in Plain Sight” by Jeffrey Archer — “….featuring Detective William Warwick, by the master storyteller and #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Clifton Chronicles. William Warwick has been promoted to Detective Sergeant, but his promotion means that he, along with the rest of his team, have been reassigned to the Drugs Squad. They are immediately tasked with apprehending Khalil Rashidi, a notorious drug dealer, who operates his extensive network out of South London.” — Findaway World Lic. Annotation

Turn a Blind Eye” by Jeffrey Archer — “Going undercover to expose corruption in the Metropolitan Police Force, Detective Inspector William Warwick is compromised by a high-profile trial and a teammate’s romantic relationship with his suspect. By the best-selling author of Kane & Abel.” — Atlas Publishing


“We Are the Gardeners” by Joanna Gaines and Kids


“The Wild Robot Escapes” by Peter Brown — “Thought-provoking….Raises poignant quandaries about the nature of love and selfhood.”―Publishers Weekly


“My First Gardening Book: 35 Easy and Fun Projects for Budding Gardeners” by Clare Sayer — “If you’re a budding gardener, you can discover how to sow and grow successfully with My First Gardening Book. In Chapter 1, Getting Started, you will learn all the basics, such as how to prepare soil, sow seeds, choose plants and maintain your garden. In Chapter 2, Grow Your Own, put your skills to good use with projects such as the Tasty Herb Pot, Sunflower Alley and Eggshell Gardens. Chapter 3, Garden Decorations, shows you innovative ways to brighten up your garden, including Painted Pots and Ice Mobiles, and in Chapter 4, Garden Crafts you can combine gardening and craft activities, with fun creations such as Lavender Bags and Pretty Seed Packets. All the projects are explained in child-friendly language so that you can garden independently. You will soon enjoy all the rewards of your work as you watch your plants and flowers grow and blossom.” — Simon and Schuster