New Books 3/4/19

The latest in series by Charles Todd, Mark Greaney, Lisa Gardner, and Bill Crider along with new fantasy, sci fi, and suspense are awaiting you at your library!   31-Day Food Revolution by Ocean Robbins An eater’s guide to liberation from a toxic food world, offering an action plan for eating food that’s healthy, ethical,… Continue Reading New Books 3/4/19

New Books 2/25/19

  Books for animal lovers – a woman converts her farm into a foster home for dogs, an authority on cats provides a crash course in how to speak cat; books for those longing to slow down – a journalist changes her habits, an author eplores the idea of invisibility in a world of hyper-surveillance;… Continue Reading New Books 2/25/19

New Books 2/18/19

Check out this week’s line-up of new fiction and nonfiction, full of mystery and mayhem, comedy and romance, and information that can make your life better.   Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James Engaged to track down a mysterious boy who disappeared three years earlier, Tracker breaks his own rule of always working alone… Continue Reading New Books 2/18/19

New Books 2/4/19

Whether you are wanting to cook healthy or cook fast, easy, and cheap, or if you are just needing an authoritative voice to give you domestic life-style tips or to give you tips on how to grow your wealth, you will find something to read on this shelf including great next-reads about Dismas Hardy and… Continue Reading New Books 2/4/19

New Books 1/28/19

Start with recipes to prepare wild game, promote healing, or cook in a slow cooker, add lots of mystery and suspense along with an Amish garden, and you are describing this week’s new books! An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks Participating in a psychological study under the mysterious Dr. Shields, Jessica endures intense, invasive sessions… Continue Reading New Books 1/28/19

New Books 1/21/19

  This week’s shelf offers some next-in-series books including characters Dave Robicheaux, Pike Logan, and Vasya, the heroine of the Winternight series, in addition to books by other favorite authors and some new authors to discover. The Best of Us by Robyn Carr During her aunt Helen’s visit, Dr. Leigh Culver takes her to Sullivan’s… Continue Reading New Books 1/21/19

New Books 1/14/19

Science and technology take the front row on this week’s shelf of books.  Four of our selections are listed on the Smithsonian’s Ten Best Science Books of 2018 list, four more will help you improve your technology skills, and another will develop your inner scientist in the garden.   Blogging for Dummies by Amy Lupold Blair… Continue Reading New Books 1/14/19

New Books 1/7/19

With our smartphones we have almost instant access to a plethora of facts covering almost any topic.  However, there is a lot to be said for a serial publication first published in 1868.  Top news stories of the year, U. S. facts and history, consumer information, sports and science are just a few of the… Continue Reading New Books 1/7/19

New Books 12/31/18

An author’s work can be furthered long after they are gone, such as two examples on this week’s shelf.  Tom Clancy passed away in October of 2013, but Jack Ryan, who first appeared in Clancy’s best-seller The Hunt for Red October, is still protecting the United States in Marc Cameron’s Tom Clancy Oath of Office.  In another… Continue Reading New Books 12/31/18

The State of Our Health

For nearly 3 decades, America’s Health Rankings has provided an analysis of national health on a state-by-state basis by evaluating a historical and comprehensive set of health, environmental and socioeconomic data to determine national health benchmarks and state rankings.  In their 2018 Annual Report, Oklahoma is ranked 47th in the nation.  The report lists the… Continue Reading The State of Our Health