Full List of New Arrivals



“Forever Home” by Graham Norton — “Wonderful. . . . Dark, funny, full of emotional intelligence and gripping from the start . . . beautifully written.” — Daily Mail

“Fourth Wing” by Rebecca Yarros — “Dragons and war, passion and power…Fourth Wing is dazzling. Rebecca Yarros has created a world as compelling as it is deadly, and I can’t wait to see where she takes it next.” ―Nalini Singh, New York Times bestselling author

“The Fox Wife” by Yangze Choo — “Equal parts detective story, folktale, and family saga, the highly anticipated latest novel by Choo (The Night Tiger, 2019) will appeal to fans of diverse, imaginative literary fiction, historical mysteries like Nilima Rao’s A Disappearance in Fiji (2023), and fantasy like Marlon James’ Dark Star trilogy.” Booklist (starred review)

“The Phoenix Crown” by Kate Quinn — “From bestselling authors Janie Chang and Kate Quinn, a thrilling and unforgettable narrative about the intertwined lives of two wronged women, spanning from the chaos of the San Francisco earthquake to the glittering palaces of Versailles”– Baker & Taylor

“The Women” by Kristin Hannah — “a moving, gripping tale that pays tribute to the under-appreciated skill and courage of combat nurses.” –Booklist, starred review

“The Wandering Stars” by Tommy Orange — “An eloquent indictment of the devastating long-term effects of the massacre, dislocation and forced assimilation of Native Americans, [Wandering Stars] is also a heartfelt paean to the importance of family and of ancestors’ stories in recovering a sense of belonging and identity . . . Wandering Stars more than fulfills the promise of There There.” —NPR


“Missing Persons” by James Patterson — “When a desperate businessman asks him to find his daughter and grandchildren who have disappeared without a trace, Jack Morgan, the head of Private, finds this simple missing persons case turning into something much more deadly, forcing him to face the trauma of his past to save a family’s future.” — Baker & Taylor

“The Edge” by David Baldacci — “A complex, high-powered thriller that will keep the reader guessing . . . This is a winner from a pro.”―Kirkus

“The Ink Black Heart” by Robert Galbraith — “The sixth and most complex novel yet in a unique series. . .  The author does a masterly job of keeping all plot elements in play and in balance, and the complications only add to the satisfaction of the mystery’s eventual solution.”―Tom NolanThe Wall Street Journal


Great Scoops: Recipes from a Neighborhood Ice Cream Shop” by Marlene Haley & Amelia Ryan —  “Great Scoops is a captivating cookbook about artisanal ice cream, the people who craft it and the community that loves them for it. The delightful selection of classic and whimsical flavors reminds us that delicious homemade ice creams can be made year-round and, more importantly, that you’re never too old (and it’s never too cold) to enjoy a heartfelt scoop.” —

“Loon Lessons: Uncommon Encounters with the Great Northern Diver” by James D. Paruk — “James D. Paruk has written a wonderful, personal account of loon biology. He recounts thirty years of adventures with loons, summarizing what we know about them in the context of loons’ basic biology and behavior. Highly readable and informal, this book is for anyone who wants to learn more about loons.”—Charles Walcott, former director, Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology


“Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio”
“What Happens Later”


“Big” by Vashti Harrison
“Bubbie & Rivka’s Best-Ever Challah (So Far)” by Sarah Lynne Reul
“Hornbeam All In” by Cynthia Rylant
“Palace of Books” by Patricia Polacco
“Stargazer and the Solar Eclipse” by Tom Campbell
“The North Wind and the Sun” by Philip Stead
“Vamos! Let’s Go Read” by Raul the Third




“Big Nate Nailed It!” by Lincoln Pierce — “Big Nate is a legend at P.S. 38, where he and friends Francis, Teddy, Dee Dee, Chad, and others manage to make sixth grade interesting with all kinds of pranks, drama, sports, and good times. The all-time leader in detentions, Nate is never far from the spotlight, whether it’s for a freak injury on the soccer field, Halloween costume fail, or stirring up a new episode in his long-running rivalry with grade-grubbing Gina or his teacher nemesis, Mrs. Godfrey.” — Publisher’s Annotation

“Things in the Basement” by Ben Hatke — “Tasked by his preoccupied mother with finding one of his infant twin sisters’ socks in the family’s basement laundry room, a young boy descends into entire worlds in Hatke’s haunted, wondrous museum of a graphic novel.” ―The New York Times, from “The Best Children’s Books of 2023”

“Waverider” by Kazu Kibuishi — “This electrifying conclusion to the #1 New York Times best-selling series follows Emily as she travels to Typhon to confront the fraud who has seized power in the absence of a king and must rely on new friends and old enemies to survive the threat of darkness.” — Atlas Publishing