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Central Piedmont Library - New Titles: June 2021

A list of new materials - books, DVDs, audiobooks, ebooks - added to the library collection each month. Click the title to see more information about it, to place a request, or begin using it.

Leisure Books

Murder is a must by Marty Wingate

Hayley Burke, curator of Lady Fowling's collection of first edition mysteries, is settling into her position at the First Edition Library in Middlebank House. She's even made progress with Lady Fowling's former secretary, the ornery Miss Woolgar. The women are busily preparing for an exhibition that will showcase Lady Fowling's life and letters. Hayley knows the exhibition is a huge undertaking and decides, against her better judgement, to hire Oona Atherton, her former boss from the Jane Austen Centre to help with the planning.
 
Oona is known for being difficult, but all seems to be going swimmingly until she and Hayley uncover a one-page letter that alludes to a priceless edition of MURDER MUST ADVERTISE signed by several Golden Age of Mystery authors. Oona feels this book could be the focal point of the exhibition and becomes obsessed with finding it.
 
When they find clues that appear to point to the book being somewhere in the First Edition Library, Oona is certain she's unraveled the mystery and texts Hayley the good news, but upon arriving back at Middlebank, Hayley finds her old boss dead at the bottom of the stairs. Did her discovery of the rare book get her killed or was it some angry shadow from her past? Hayley must read between the lines to catch a malicious murderer.

Murder most sweet by Laura Jensen Walker

Everyone in Lake Potawatomi, Wisconsin, knows Teddie St. John. Tall, curly-haired Teddie is a superb baker, a bohemian bon vivant, and a mystery writer. Teddie is walking her American Eskimo dog, Gracie, when her four-legged friend finds Teddie's missing silk scarf. Only problem: the scarf is tied tightly around the neck of a beautiful blond woman, the fiancée of a touring British author.

Before you can say "Wisconsin kringle," Teddie becomes a murder suspect. Everyone in town knows all too well that the distinctive scarf was hers. But there are more layers to this case than there would have been on poor Kristi's wedding cake. Tavish Bentley should be bereaved after his sweetheart's strangling. Instead, the dashing Brit takes a shine to Teddie's witty wisecracks and to-die-for cookies, and soon he's mooning over her instead of mourning his bride. That is, when he's not dodging the attentions of Annabelle, an obsessive fan who's taken to stalking him.

And when a second murder shocks the community, the plot thickens to the consistency of fondant as Teddie stands accused of not one, but two, murders. With the help of her friends Sharon and Char, can Teddie clear her name and deliver a killer's just desserts?

Ready player two by Ernest Cline

Days after winning OASIS founder James Halliday’s contest, Wade Watts makes a discovery that changes everything. 

Hidden within Halliday’s vaults, waiting for his heir to find, lies a technological advancement that will once again change the world and make the OASIS 1,000 times more wondrous - and addictive - than even Wade dreamed possible.

With it comes a new riddle, and a new quest - a last Easter egg from Halliday, hinting at a mysterious prize.

And an unexpected, impossibly powerful, and dangerous new rival awaits, one who’ll kill millions to get what he wants.

Wade’s life and the future of the OASIS are again at stake, but this time the fate of humanity also hangs in the balance.

Sleep well, my lady by Kwei Quartey

Hard-hitting talk show host Augustus Seeza has become a household name in Ghana, though notorious for his lavish overspending, alcoholism, and womanizing. He’s dating the imposing, beautiful Lady Araba, who leads a selfmade fashion empire. Fearing Augustus is only after her money, Araba’s religious family intervenes to break them up. A few days later, just before a major runway show, Araba is found murdered in her bed. Her driver is arrested after a hasty investigation, but Araba’s favorite aunt, Dele, suspects Augustus Seeza was the real killer.

Almost a year later, Dele approaches Emma Djan, who has finally started to settle in as the only female PI at her agency. To solve Lady Araba’s murder, Emma must not only go on an undercover mission that dredges up trauma from her past, but navigate a long list of suspects with strong motives. Emma quickly discovers that they are all willing to lie for each other—and that one may still be willing to kill.

The broken spine by Dorothy St. James

Trudell Becket, known to her friends as Tru, finds herself in a bind when her library in lovely Cypress, South Carolina, is turned into a state-of-the-art bookless “technological center.” A library with no books breaks Tru’s book-loving heart so she decides to rescue hundreds of beloved tomes slated for the town dump. Under the cover of darkness, Tru, along with her best friends—coffee shop owner Tori Green and mysterious bestselling author Flossie Finnegan-Baker—set up a secret bookroom in the library’s basement and prepare to open it to their most loyal, trustworthy patrons.

But as Tru and her crew are putting the finishing touches on their new book room, the town manager, who was behind the big push for the library’s transformation, is crushed by an overturned shelf of DVDs. Tru becomes the prime suspect as she hadn’t hid the fact that she hated having all of those wonderful books replaced by tablets and computers. But if she gives the police her alibi, she’ll have to explain about the secret book room and risk losing the books.

Tru knows she’s in a heap of trouble, and it doesn’t help that the officer in charge of the case is her old crush from high school, who broke her teenaged heart. To keep herself out of jail and her beloved bookroom up and running, Tru—with the help of Tori, Flossie, and a brown tabby stray cat named Dewey Decimal—decides to investigate. And faster than you can say “Shhhh!” Tru quickly finds herself on the same page with a killer who would love to write her final chapter. . . .

The eighth detective by Alex Pavesi

Grant McAllister, a professor of mathematics, once sat down and worked all the rules out – and wrote seven perfect detective stories to demonstrate. But that was thirty years ago. Now Grant lives in seclusion on a remote Mediterranean island, counting the rest of his days.

Until Julia Hart, a brilliant, ambitious editor knocks on his door. Julia wishes to republish his book, and together they must revisit those old stories: an author hiding from his past and an editor keen to understand it.

But there are things in the stories that don’t add up. Inconsistencies left by Grant that a sharp-eyed editor begins to suspect are more than mistakes. They may be clues, and Julia finds herself with a mystery of her own to solve.

The frozen crown by Greta Kelly

Askia became heir to the Frozen Crown of Seravesh because of her devotion to her people. But her realm is facing a threat she cannot defeat by sheer will alone. The mad emperor of the Roven Empire has unleashed a horde of invading soldiers to enslave her lands. For months, her warriors have waged a valiant, stealth battle, yet they cannot stop the enemy’s advancement. Running out of time, she sets sail for sun-drenched Vishir, the neighboring land to the south, to seek help from its ruler, Emperor Armaan.

A young woman raised in army camps, Askia is ill-equipped to navigate Vishir’s labyrinthine political games. Her every move sinks her deeper into court intrigues which bewilder and repel her, leaving her vulnerable not only to enemies gathering at Vishir's gates, but to those behind the palace walls. 

And in this glittering court, where secrets are worth more than gold, Askia fears that one false step will expose her true nature. For Askia is a witch gifted with magical abilities—knowledge that could destroy not only her life but her people. As her adversaries draw closer, Askia is forced to make an impossible choice—and no matter what she decides, it may not be enough to prevent Seravesh’s fall. 

The heiress : the revelations of Anne de Bourgh by Molly Greeley

As a fussy baby, Anne de Bourgh’s doctor prescribed laudanum to quiet her, and now the young woman must take the opium-heavy tincture every day. Growing up sheltered and confined, removed from sunshine and fresh air, the pale and overly slender Anne grew up with few companions except her cousins, including Fitzwilliam Darcy. Throughout their childhoods, it was understood that Darcy and Anne would marry and combine their vast estates of Pemberley and Rosings. But Darcy does not love Anne or want her.

After her father dies unexpectedly, leaving her his vast fortune, Anne has a moment of clarity: what if her life of fragility and illness isn’t truly real? What if she could free herself from the medicine that clouds her sharp mind and leaves her body weak and lethargic? Might there be a better life without the medicine she has been told she cannot live without?

In a frenzy of desperation, Anne discards her laudanum and flees to the London home of her cousin, Colonel John Fitzwilliam, who helps her through her painful recovery. Yet once she returns to health, new challenges await. Shy and utterly inexperienced, the wealthy heiress must forge a new identity for herself, learning to navigate a “season” in society and the complexities of love and passion. The once wan, passive Anne gives way to a braver woman with a keen edge—leading to a powerful reckoning with the domineering mother determined to control Anne’s fortune . . . and her life.

The killings at Kingfisher Hill by Sophie Hannah

Hercule Poirot is traveling by luxury passenger coach from London to the exclusive Kingfisher Hill estate. Richard Devonport has summoned the renowned detective to prove that his fiancée, Helen, is innocent of the murder of his brother, Frank. Poirot will have only days to investigate before Helen is hanged, but there is one strange condition attached: he must conceal his true reason for being there from the rest of the Devonport family.

The coach is forced to stop when a distressed woman demands to get off, insisting that if she stays in her seat, she will be murdered. Although the rest of the journey passes without anyone being harmed, Poirot’s curiosity is aroused, and his fears are later confirmed when a body is discovered with a macabre note attached . . .

Could this new murder and the peculiar incident on the coach be clues to solving the mystery of who killed Frank Devonport? And if Helen is innocent, can Poirot find the true culprit in time to save her from the gallows?

The mystery of Mrs. Christie by Marie Benedict

In December 1926, Agatha Christie goes missing. Investigators find her empty car on the edge of a deep, gloomy pond, the only clues some tire tracks nearby and a fur coat left in the car—strange for a frigid night. Her World War I veteran husband and her daughter have no knowledge of her whereabouts, and England unleashes an unprecedented manhunt to find the up-and-coming mystery author. Eleven days later, she reappears, just as mysteriously as she disappeared, claiming amnesia and providing no explanations for her time away.

The puzzle of those missing eleven days has persisted. With her trademark historical fiction exploration into the shadows of the past, acclaimed author Marie Benedict brings us into the world of Agatha Christie, imagining why such a brilliant woman would find herself at the center of such murky historical mysteries.

What is real, and what is mystery? What role did her unfaithful husband play, and what was he not telling investigators?

The nature of fragile things by Susan Meissner

Sophie Whalen is a young Irish immigrant so desperate to get out of a New York tenement that she answers a mail-order bride ad and agrees to marry a man she knows nothing about. San Francisco widower Martin Hocking proves to be as aloof as he is mesmerizingly handsome. Sophie quickly develops deep affection for Kat, Martin's silent five-year-old daughter, but Martin's odd behavior leaves her with the uneasy feeling that something about her newfound situation isn't right.

Then one early-spring evening, a stranger at the door sets in motion a transforming chain of events. Sophie discovers hidden ties to two other women. The first, pretty and pregnant, is standing on her doorstep. The second is hundreds of miles away in the American Southwest, grieving the loss of everything she once loved.

The fates of these three women intertwine on the eve of the devastating earthquake, thrusting them onto a perilous journey that will test their resiliency and resolve and, ultimately, their belief that love can overcome fear.

The postscript murders by Elly Griffiths

The death of a ninety-year-old woman with a heart condition should not be suspicious. Detective Sergeant Harbinder Kaur certainly sees nothing out of the ordinary when Peggy’s caretaker, Natalka, begins to recount Peggy Smith’s passing.

But Natalka had a reason to be at the police station: while clearing out Peggy’s flat, she noticed an unusual number of crime novels, all dedicated to Peggy. And each psychological thriller included a mysterious postscript: PS: for PS. When a gunman breaks into the flat to steal a book and its author is found dead shortly thereafter—Detective Kaur begins to think that perhaps there is no such thing as an unsuspicious death after all.

And then things escalate: from an Aberdeen literary festival to the streets of Edinburgh, writers are being targeted. DS Kaur embarks on a road trip across Europe and reckons with how exactly authors can think up such realistic crimes . . .

The power couple by Alex Berenson

Rebecca and Brian Unsworth appear to have it all. A nice house in the suburbs of Washington, DC. Two well-behaved, healthy teenage children. Important government jobs—Rebecca working in counterterrorism for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Brian serving as a coder for the National Security Agency. Their lives stand to improve even more as Brian, in his off-hours, has just developed and sold a highly profitable app.

However, the Unsworths’ marriage isn’t as perfect as it seems. After two decades together, they’ve drifted apart, talking little and having sex even less. Seeking to revive their strained relationship, they decide for their twentieth wedding anniversary to take their two kids, Kira and Tony, on a European getaway.

They have a blast…until one night in Barcelona when Kira doesn’t come home from a dance club. She’s gone. Abducted. Over the course of a single weekend, the Unsworths will do everything possible to find her—as Kira herself discovers just how far she’ll go to break free of the trap that’s been set for her. And even as Rebecca and Brian come together for Kira, they realize their marriage is more tenuous than they realized.

The safe place by Anna Downes

Emily is a mess. Emily Proudman just lost her acting agent, her job, and her apartment in one miserable day.

Emily is desperate. Scott Denny, a successful and charismatic CEO, has a problem that neither his business acumen nor vast wealth can fix. Until he meets Emily.

Emily is perfect. Scott offers Emily a summer job as a housekeeper on his remote, beautiful French estate. Enchanted by his lovely wife Nina, and his eccentric young daughter, Aurelia, Emily falls headlong into this oasis of wine-soaked days by the pool. But soon Emily realizes that Scott and Nina are hiding dangerous secrets, and if she doesn't play along, the consequences could be deadly.

The sanatorium by Sarah Pearse

Half-hidden by forest and overshadowed by threatening peaks, Le Sommet has always been a sinister place. Long plagued by troubling rumors, the former abandoned sanatorium has since been renovated into a five-star minimalist hotel.

An imposing, isolated getaway spot high up in the Swiss Alps is the last place Elin Warner wants to be. But Elin's taken time off from her job as a detective, so when her estranged brother, Isaac, and his fiancée, Laure, invite her to celebrate their engagement at the hotel, Elin really has no reason not to accept.

Arriving in the midst of a threatening storm, Elin immediately feels on edge--there's something about the hotel that makes her nervous. And when they wake the following morning to discover Laure is missing, Elin must trust her instincts if they hope to find her. With the storm closing off all access to the hotel, the longer Laure stays missing, the more the remaining guests start to panic.

Elin is under pressure to find Laure, but no one has realized yet that another woman has gone missing. And she's the only one who could have warned them just how much danger they are all in. . .

The Thursday murder club by Richard Osman

Four septuagenarians with a few tricks up their sleeves
A female cop with her first big case
A brutal murder
Welcome to...
THE THURSDAY MURDER CLUB


In a peaceful retirement village, four unlikely friends meet weekly in the Jigsaw Room to discuss unsolved crimes; together they call themselves the Thursday Murder Club.

When a local developer is found dead with a mysterious photograph left next to the body, the Thursday Murder Club suddenly find themselves in the middle of their first live case. As the bodies begin to pile up, can our unorthodox but brilliant gang catch the killer, before it's too late?

The vanishing half by Brit Bennett

The Vignes twin sisters will always be identical. But after growing up together in a small, southern black community and running away at age sixteen, it's not just the shape of their daily lives that is different as adults, it's everything: their families, their communities, their racial identities. Many years later, one sister lives with her black daughter in the same southern town she once tried to escape. The other secretly passes for white, and her white husband knows nothing of her past. Still, even separated by so many miles and just as many lies, the fates of the twins remain intertwined. What will happen to the next generation, when their own daughters' storylines intersect?

Weaving together multiple strands and generations of this family, from the Deep South to California, from the 1950s to the 1990s, Brit Bennett produces a story that is at once a riveting, emotional family story and a brilliant exploration of the American history of passingLooking well beyond issues of race, The Vanishing Half considers the lasting influence of the past as it shapes a person's decisions, desires, and expectations, and explores some of the multiple reasons and realms in which people sometimes feel pulled to live as something other than their origins.

The wicked sister by Karen Dionne

You have been cut off from society for fifteen years, shut away in a mental hospital in self-imposed exile as punishment for the terrible thing you did when you were a child. But what if nothing about your past is as it seems?

And if you didn't accidentally shoot and kill your mother, then whoever did is still out there. Waiting for you.

For a decade and a half, Rachel Cunningham has chosen to lock herself away in a psychiatric facility, tortured by gaps in her memory and the certainty that she is responsible for her parents' deaths. But when she learns new details about their murders, Rachel returns, in a quest for answers, to the place where she once felt safest: her family's sprawling log cabin in the remote forests of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

As Rachel begins to uncover what really happened on the day her parents were murdered, she learns--as her mother did years earlier--that home can be a place of unspeakable evil, and that the bond she shares with her sister might be the most poisonous of all.

The Windsor knot by SJ Bennett

It is the early spring of 2016 and Queen Elizabeth is at Windsor Castle in advance of her 90th birthday celebrations. But the preparations are interrupted by the shocking and untimely death of a guest in one of the Castle bedrooms. The scene leads some to think the young Russian pianist strangled himself, yet a badly tied knot leads MI5 to suspect foul play. When they begin to question the Household’s most loyal servants, Her Majesty knows they’re looking in the wrong place.

For the Queen has been living an extraordinary double life ever since her teenage years as “Lilibet.” Away from the public eye and unbeknownst to her closest friends and advisers, she has the most brilliant skill for solving crimes. With help from her Assistant Private Secretary, Rozie Oshodi, a British Nigerian officer recently appointed to the Royal Horse Artillery, the Queen discreetly begins making inquiries. As she carries out her royal duties with her usual aplomb, no one in the Royal Household, the government, or the public knows that the resolute Elizabeth won’t hesitate to use her keen eye, quick mind, and steady nerve to bring a murderer to justice.

Transcendent kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

Gifty is a sixth-year PhD candidate in neuroscience at the Stanford University School of Medicine studying reward-seeking behavior in mice and the neural circuits of depression and addiction. Her brother, Nana, was a gifted high school athlete who died of a heroin overdose after an ankle injury left him hooked on OxyContin. Her suicidal mother is living in her bed. Gifty is determined to discover the scientific basis for the suffering she sees all around her. But even as she turns to the hard sciences to unlock the mystery of her family's loss, she finds herself hungering for her childhood faith and grappling with the evangelical church in which she was raised, whose promise of salvation remains as tantalizing as it is elusive.

True story by Kate Reed Petty

2015. A gifted and reclusive ghostwriter, Alice Lovett makes a living helping other people tell their stories. But she is haunted by the one story she can't tell: the story of, as she puts it, "the things that happened while I was asleep."

1999. Nick Brothers and his lacrosse teammates return for their senior year at their wealthy Maryland high school as the reigning state champions. They're on top of the world—until two of his friends drive a passed-out girl home from of the team's "legendary" parties, and a rumor about what happened in the backseat spreads through the town like wildfire.

The boys deny the allegations, and, eventually, the town moves on. But not everyone can. Nick descends into alcoholism, and Alice builds a life in fits and starts, underestimating herself and placing her trust in the wrong people. When she finally gets the opportunity to confront the past she can't remember—but which has nevertheless shaped her life—will she take it?

Watch her by Edwin Hill

While attending a gala at Prescott University's lavish new campus, Hester Thursby and fellow guest, Detective Angela White, are called to the home of the college's owners, Tucker and Jennifer Matson. Jennifer claims that someone broke into Pinebank, their secluded mansion on the banks of Jamaica Pond. The more Hester and Angela investigate, the less they believe Jennifer's story, leaving Hester to wonder why she would lie.

When Hester is asked by the college's general manager to locate some missing alumni, she employs her research skills on the family and their for-profit university. Between financial transgressions, a long-ago tragedy, and rumors of infidelity, it's clear that the Matsons aren't immune to scandal or mishap. But when one of the missing students turns up dead, the mystery takes on new urgency. Hester is edging closer to the truth, but as a decades-old secret collides with new lies, a killer grows more determined to keep the past buried with the dead. . . .

We hear voices by Evie Green

Kids have imaginary friends. Rachel knows this. So when her young son, Billy, miraculously recovers from a horrible flu that has proven fatal for many, she thinks nothing of Delfy, his new invisible friend. After all, her family is healthy and that's all that matters.

But soon Delfy is telling Billy what to do, and the boy is acting up and lashing out in ways he never has before. As Delfy's influence is growing stranger and more sinister by the day, and rising tensions threaten to tear Rachel's family apart, she clings to one purpose: to protect her children at any cost—even from themselves.

What you wish for by Katherine Center

Samantha Casey is a school librarian who loves her job, the kids, and her school family with passion and joy for living.
But she wasn’t always that way.
Duncan Carpenter is the new school principal who lives by rules and regulations, guided by the knowledge that bad things can happen.
But he wasn’t always that way.

And Sam knows it. Because she knew him before―at another school, in a different life. Back then, she loved him―but she was invisible. To him. To everyone. Even to herself. She escaped to a new school, a new job, a new chance at living. But when Duncan, of all people, gets hired as the new principal there, it feels like the best thing that could possibly happen to the school―and the worst thing that could possibly happen to Sam. Until the opposite turns out to be true. The lovable Duncan she’d known is now a suit-and-tie wearing, rule-enforcing tough guy so hell-bent on protecting the school that he’s willing to destroy it.

As the school community spirals into chaos, and danger from all corners looms large, Sam and Duncan must find their way to who they really are, what it means to be brave, and how to take a chance on love―which is the riskiest move of all.

B: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion, Ethics

BF1261.2 .M67 2020  Calling the spirits : a history of seances / Lisa Morton

 

 

 

BF161 .H29 2019  10% happier : How I tamed the voice in my head, reduced stress without losing my edge, and found self-help that actually works - a true story / Dan Harris

 

 

BF575.E55 P45 2020  The future of feeling : building empathy in a tech-obsessed world / Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips

 

 

 

BF575.L8 K37 2020  See no stranger : a memoir and manifesto of revolutionary love / Valarie Kaur

 

 

 

BF575.P9 R67 2020  Everyday bias : identifying and navigating unconscious judgments in our daily lives / Howard J. Ross

 

 

 

BF637.B85 L678 2020  Autism, bullying and me : the really useful stuff you need to know about coping brilliantly with bullying / Emily Lovegrove

 

 

BF637.C4 B458 2020  The catalyst : how to change anyone's mind / Jonah Berger

 

 

 

BF637.S4 E383 2020  Move on motherf*cker : live, laugh, and let sh*t go / Jodie Eckleberry-Hunt

 

 

 

BF637.S8 G533 2008  Outliers : the story of success / Malcolm Gladwell

 

 

 

BF697 .S2467 2020  Understanding identity / Rita Santos

 

 

BL600 .K85 2020  The power of ritual : turning everyday activities into soulful practices / Casper ter Kuile

 

 

 

BL65.H36 B78 2016  The book of joy : lasting happiness in a changing world / His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, with Douglas Abrams

 

 

BP130 .M396 2020  The Qur'an : what everyone needs to know / Jane McAuliffe

 

 

 

BQ408 .C435 2020  Monks in motion : Buddhism and modernity across the South China Sea / Jack Meng-Tat Chia

 

 

 

BV4501.3 .H46 2020  Holy chaos : creating connections in divisive times / Amanda Henderson

C: History of Civilization, Biography

CB235 .B595 2020  Black futures / edited by Kimberly Drew + Jenna Wortham

 

 

 

CB440 .W36 2020  Spacefarers : how humans will settle the Moon, Mars, and beyond / Christopher Wanjek

 

 

 

CT217 .M45 2019  50 trailblazers of the 50 states : celebrate the lives of inspiring people who paved the way from every state in America! / written by Howard Megdal ; illustrated by Abbey Lossing

D: World History

D 804.3 S64 1986  Maus : a survivor's tale / Art Spiegelman

 

 

 

D804.5.C45 C55 2020  Survivors : children's lives after the Holocaust / Rebecca Clifford

 

 

 

DA762 .M107 2010  Scotland / Richard MacAndrew

 

 

 

DS71 .C596 2019  The first great powers : Babylon and Assyria / Arthur Cotterell

 

 

 

DT450.435 .L43 2020  From hope to horror : diplomacy and the making of the Rwanda genocide / Joyce E. Leader 

E & F: American History & Western Hemisphere

E184.A1 T393 2021  The United States : a melting pot / by Charlotte Taylor

 

 

E184.M88 L68 2017  Islamophobia and racism in America / Erik Love  print and online

 

 

 

E185 .B56 2019  The Black book / Middleton A. Harris, with the assistance of Morris Levitt, Roger Furman, Ernest Smith

 

 

 

E185.61 .T23 2020  Overground railroad : the Green Book and the roots of Black travel in America / Candacy Taylor

 

 

 

E185.615 .L66 2019  Stay woke : a people's guide to making all Black lives matter / Tehama Lopez Bunyasi and Candis Watts Smith

 

 

E185.625 .K524 2016  Muslim cool : race, religion, and hip hop in the United States / Su'ad Abdul Khabeer

 

 

 

E185.8.M38 S86 2021  The sum of us : what racism costs everyone and how we can prosper together / Heather McGhee

 

 

 

E185.86 .B475 2020  A Black women's history of the United States / Daina Ramey Berry and Kali Nicole Gross

 

 

 

E185.86 .D34 2021  Daily life of African Americans in primary documents / Herbert C. Covey and Dwight Eisnach, editors

 

 

 

E322 .A5195 2020  John Adams under fire : the Founding Father's fight for justice in the Boston Massacre murder trial / Dan Abrams and David Fisher

 

 

E546.4 .B73 2020  Galvanized : the odyssey of a reluctant Carolina Confederate / Michael K. Brantley

 

 

 

E840.8.A37 A3 2020  Hell and other destinations : a 21st-century memoir / Madeleine Albright with Bill Woodward

 

 

 

E840.8.L43 J56 2018  John Lewis : get to know the statesman who marched for civil rights / by Jehan Jones-Radgowski

 

 

F1219.76.A78 A9813 2020  Aztecs / edited by Doris Kurella, Martin Berger and Inés de Castro

 

 

 

F1407 .A685 2019  Silver, sword, and stone : three crucibles in the Latin American story / Marie Arana

 

 

 

F264.C4 S36 2017  Charlotte, North Carolina : a photographic portrait / photography by Patrick Schneider ; narrative by Lore Postman Schneider

 

 

F379.N553 L433 2020  Life of a Klansman : a family history in white supremacy / Edward Ball

G: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation

G525.O8  C53 2020  Shipwrecks of the outer banks : dramatic rescues and fantastic wrecks in the graveyard of the Atlantic / James D. Charlet

 

 

 

G870 .W66 2020  Land of wondrous cold : the race to discover Antarctica and unlock the secrets of its ice / Gillen D'Arcy Wood

 

 

 

GN365.9 .M87 2020  Human diversity : the biology of gender, race, and class / Charles Murray

 

 

 

GV1469.3 .C6463 2019  Real games : what's legitimate and what's not in contemporary videogames / Mia Consalvo and Christopher A. Paul

 

 

GV1469.3.M45 A3 2020  Sid Meier's memoir! : a life in computer games / Sid Meier ; written with Jennifer Lee Noonan

 

 

 

GV199.42.N662 F75 2020  Great day hikes on North Carolina's Mountains-to-Sea Trail : the official guide from Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail / edited by Jim Grode

 

 

GV705.4 .L63 2010  Amazing Young Sports People / Mandy Loader

 

 

 

GV708.8 .H377 2020  Sporting gender : the history, science, and stories of transgender and intersex athletes / Joanna Harper

 

 

 

GV838.L44 Y662 2020  The story of Olympic diver Sammy Lee / by Paula Yoo ; additional material by Cheryl Kim ; with illustrations by Dom Lee

H: Social Sciences: Business, Economics, Sociology

HB615 .D63 2018  The playful entrepreneur : how to adapt and thrive in uncertain times / Mark Dodgson and David M. Gann

 

 

 

HC21 .M7413 2019  The global economy : a concise history / [edited by] Franco Amatori, Andrea Colli

 

 

 

HC79.E5 R36 2020  The case for climate capitalism : economic solutions for a planet in crisis / Tom Rand

 

 

 

HD30.3 .M666 2020  Perfectly confident : how to calibrate your decisions wisely / Don A. Moore, PhD

 

 

 

HD4482 .D66 2019  Throwaway nation : the ugly truth about American garbage / Jeff Dondero

 

 

 

HD57.7 .F855 2020  The leader's guide to unconscious bias : how to reframe bias, cultivate connection, and create high-performing teams / Pamela Fuller & Mark Murphy ; with Anne Chow

 

 

HD6065 .K38 2020  Fixing parental leave : the six month solution / Gayle Kaufman

 

 

 

HD9502.U52 S544 2020  Alternative energy : political, economic, and social feasibility / Christopher A. Simon, University of Utah

 

 

 

HD9697.V544 N4828 2020  No rules rules : Netflix and the culture of reinvention / Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer

 

 

 

HE336.S77 M37 2020  The address book : what street addresses reveal about identity, race, wealth, and power / Deirdre Mask

 

 

 

HF5381 .B6787 2019  Earn it! : know your value and grow your career, in your 20s and beyond / Mika Brzezinski with Daniela Pierre-Bravo

 

 

HF5415.1265 .Q46 2016  Social media strategy : marketing and advertising in the consumer revolution / Keith A. Quesenberry

 

 

 

HF5548.325.U6 D86 2020  Bezonomics : how Amazon is changing our lives and what the world's best companies are learning from it / Brian Dumaine

 

 

HG4521 .M284 2020  A random walk down Wall Street : the time-tested strategy for successful investing / Burton G. Malkiel

 

 

 

HJ8015 .W44 2020  The debt delusion : living within our means and other fallacies / John F. Weeks

 

 

 

HM1033 .K83 2020b  The rules of contagion : why things spread - and why they stop / Adam Kucharski

 

 

 

HM1111 .W455 2020  Reading minds : how childhood teaches us to understand people / Henry M. Wellman with Karen Lind

 

 

 

HM1206 .C64645 2019  Communication and social media / [edited by] Joseph P. Mazer

 

 

 

HM671 .S276 2020  Promoting justice / Rita Santos

 

 

HM742 .F335 2020  Fake news in an era of social media : tracking viral contagion / edited by Yasmin Ibrahim and Fadi Safieddine

HM851 .Z36 2020  Cyber republic : reinventing democracy in the age of intelligent machines / George Zarkadakis

 

 

 

HN57 .G55 2020  The loud minority : why protests matter in American democracy / Daniel Q. Gillion

 

 

 

HN90.V64 T39 2021  Volunteers : making our country better / Charlotte Taylor

 

 

HQ1075 .D385 2020  Bathroom battlegrounds : how public restrooms shape the gender order / Alexander K. Davis

 

 

 

HQ1197 .N37 2019  Black feminism reimagined : after intersectionality / Jennifer C. Nash

 

 

 

HQ1236.5.U6 R69 2020  Votes for women! : the American woman suffrage movement and the Nineteenth Amendment : a reference guide / Marion W. Roydhouse

 

 

 

HQ1237 .B3827 2021  Men who hate women : from incels to pickup artists : the truth about extreme misogyny and how it affects us all / Laura Bates

 

 

HQ21 .C456 2020  Ace : what asexuality reveals about desire, society, and the meaning of sex / Angela Chen

 

 

 

HQ519 .G66 2020  We are family : the modern transformation of parents and children / Susan Golombok

 

 

 

HQ75.4.H38 A3 2019  We have always been here : a queer Muslim memoir / Samra Habib

 

 

 

HQ755.8 .M4234 2020  The problem with parenting : how raising children is changing across America / Nancy A. McDermott

 

 

 

HQ76.965 .D947 2019  The queeriodic table : a celebration of LGBTQ+ culture / Harriet Dyer ; text by Abi McMahon

 

HQ766.15 .D45 2019  Medical sexism : Contraception access, reproductive medicine, and health care / Jill B. Delston

 

 

 

 

HQ77.9 .S74 2019  Unbound : transgender men and the remaking of identity / Arlene Stein

 

 

 

HQ77.95.U6 S77 2017  Transgender history : the roots of today's revolution / Susan Stryker

 

 

 

HQ798 .A555 2021  Girlhood : teens around the world in their own voices / Masuma Ahuja

 

 

 

HQ799.2.P6 M362 2020  Youth to power : your voice and how to use it / Jamie Margolin

HT1521 .D84 2021  Racism / by Emilie Dufresne

 

 

HT725.U6 W55 2020  Caste : the origins of our discontents / Isabel Wilkerson

 

 

 

HV1552.3 .D57 2020  Disability visibility : first-person stories from the Twenty-first century / edited by Alice Wong

 

 

 

HV1568 .E86 2020  The power of disability : 10 lessons for surviving, thriving, and changing the world / Al Etmanski

 

 

 

HV4493 .C88 2019  Homelessness, social exclusion and health : global perspectives, local solutions / Fiona Cuthill  print and online

 

 

 

HV5748 .H55 2019  The vaping controversy / Laurie Collier Hillstrom

 

 

 

HV6025 .S69 2021  Examining crime and justice around the world / Janet P. Stamatel

 

 

 

HV6275 .U73 2020  Conspiracy theories : a primer / Joseph E. Uscinski

 

 

 

HV6534.N28 C69 2017  Goat Castle : a true story of murder, race, and the gothic South / Karen L. Cox  print and online

 

 

 

HV6768 .R636 2020  The handbook of white-collar crime / edited by Melissa L. Rorie

 

 

 

HV6773 .L87 2018  Industry of anonymity : inside the business of cybercrime / Jonathan Lusthaus

 

 

 

HV696.F6 S39 2020  On an empty stomach : two hundred years of hunger relief / Tom Scott-Smith

 

 

 

HV7936.C8  B68 2020  Communication skills for your policing degree /  Jane Bottomley, Steven Pryjmachuk, Martin Wright  print and online

 

 

HV8023 .R325 2018  Thriving in an all-boys club : female police and their fight for equality / Cara Rabe-Hemp

 

 

 

HV8699.U6 T435 2021  Let the Lord sort them : the rise and fall of the death penalty / Maurice Chammah

J: Political Science

JC573.2.U6 S44 2020  We should have seen it coming : from Reagan to Trump--a front-row seat to a political revolution / Gerald F. Seib

 

 

JC599.U5 C669 2020  Democracy, if we can keep it : the ACLU's 100-year fight for rights in America / Ellis Cose

 

 

 

JF1525.P8 H69 2020  Lie machines : how to save democracy from troll armies, deceitful robots, junk news operations, and political operatives / Philip N. Howard

 

 

JK1896 .J46 2020  Exploring women's suffrage through 50 historic treasures / Jessica D. Jenkins

 

 

 

JK1967 .P648 2020  Voting in America : examining the facts / H.L. Pohlman

 

 

 

JK1976 .S65 2020  Thank you for voting : the maddening, enlightening, inspiring truth about voting in America / Erin Geiger Smith

 

 

JK1978 .T39 2021  Electing U.S. leaders / Charlotte Taylor

 

 

JK524 .H46 2021  That Tuesday in November : how presidential elections changed history / Mike Henry

 

 

 

JV6201 .W66 2021  Immigration / by John Wood

 

 

JV6346  .D85 2021  Refugees / by Holly Duhig

K: Law

K3260.3 .Y39 2020  When misfortune becomes injustice : evolving human rights struggles for health and social equality / Alicia Ely Yamin

 

 

KF373.G565 G56 2016  My own words / Ruth Bader Ginsburg with Mary Hartnett and Wendy W. Williams

 

 

 

KF373.S743 A3 2014  Just mercy : a story of justice and redemption / Bryan Stevenson

 

 

 

KF373.S7435 A3 2018  Just mercy : adapted for young adults : a true story of the fight for justice / Bryan Stevenson

 

 

 

KF382 .T39 2021  Rules and laws in the United States / Charlotte Taylor

 

 

KF4755 .G65 2020  On account of race : the Supreme Court, white supremacy, and the ravaging of African American voting rights / Lawrence Goldstone

 

 

KF4755 .G756 2020  Gringo injustice : insider perspectives on police, gangs, and law / edited by Alfredo Miranda

 

 

 

KF8745.G56 L478 2019  Becoming RBG : Ruth Bader Ginsburg's journey to justice / Debbie Levy ; illustrated by Whitney Gardner

 

 

KF8972 .C48 2019  Radical enfranchisement in the jury room and public life / Sonali Chakravarti

L: Education

LA217.2 .D39 2020  The cult of smart : how our broken education system perpetuates social injustice / Fredrik deBoer

 

 

 

LB2342 .H55 2020  The college affordability crisis / Laurie Collier Hillstrom

 

 

 

LB3610 .S84 2020  Student protests / Martin Gitlin, editor

 

 

 

LC210.5 .J33 2019  The privileged poor : how elite colleges are failing disadvantaged students / Anthony Abraham Jack  print and online

M: Music

ML3918.P67 S37 2020  Music is power : popular songs, social justice and the will to change / Brad Schreiber  print and online

N: Fine Arts

N6494.P6 S66 2016  Pop art : a colourful history / Alastair Sooke

 

 

 

N7349.A5 A855 2019  Ai Weiwei : good fences make good neighbors / Nicholas Baume with texts by Daniel S. Palmer and Katerina Stathopoulou 

 

 

N7460 .D37 2020  Artcurious : stories of the unexpected, slightly odd, and strangely wonderful in art history / Jennifer Dasal

 

 

 

N8354 .K79 2018  A big important art book (now with women) : profiles of unstoppable female artists--and projects to help you become one / Danielle Krysa, founder of the Jealous Curator

 

NA2540 .K51 2020  The architecture of good behavior : psychology & modern institutional design in postwar America / Joy Knoblauch

 

 

NA2728 .S475 2018  Design integration using Autodesk Revit 2019 / Daniel John Stine

 

 

 

NA737.S68 R87 2017  William Strickland and the creation of an American architecture / Robert Russell

 

 

 

NC1000 .A33 2017  Color design workbook : a real-world guide to using color in graphic design / Sean Adams with Terry Lee Stone

 

NC1806.45 .P67 2020  The poster : a visual history / edited by Gill Saunders and Margaret Timmers

 

 

NC961.6 .I45 2019  The illustrator : 100 best from around the world / edited by Steven Heller & Julius Wiedemann

 

 

 

ND1390 .C375 2020  The art of still life : a contemporary guide to classical techniques, composition, and painting in oil / Todd M. Casey

 

 

ND2590.A767 S74 2019  Street art / Simon Armstrong

 

 

 

NK1520 .H45 2020  What can a body do? : how we meet the built world / Sara Hendren

 

 

 

NK2116 .H37 2014  The interior design productivity toolbox : checklists and best practices to manage your workflow / Phyllis Harbinger, ASID, CID, NCIDQ  print and online

 

 

NK4340.B6 G35 2020  Classic black : the basalt sculpture of Wedgwood and his contemporaries / Brian D. Gallagher

 

 

NX688.A2 B54 2017  Islamic art : past, present, future / edited by Jonathan Bloom & Sheila Blair

P: Language, Literature

P301.5.I73 K74 2020  Irony and sarcasm / Roger Kreuz

 

 

 

P301.5.P67 B46 2017  Rhetoric, humor, and the public sphere : from Socrates to Stephen Colbert / Elizabeth Benacka

 

 

 

P302.37 .J35 2020  #HashtagActivism : networks of race and gender justice / Sarah J. Jackson, Moya Bailey, and Brooke Foucault Welles

 

 

P40.5.L54 K56 2020  How you say it : why you talk the way you do and what it says about you / Katherine D. Kinzler

 

 

 

P94.5.M432 U654 2020  Apocalypse man : the death drive and the rhetoric of White masculine victimhood / Casey Ryan Kelly

 

 

 

P96.M4 D84 2021  News and the media / by Emilie Dufresne

 

 

PE1121 .B3963 2011  Summer sounds / Marla Bentley

 

 

 

PE1121 .B74 2010  Tasty tales / Frank Brennan

 

 

 

PE1121 .C56 2010  Bullring kid and country cowboy / Louise Clover

 

 

 

PE1121 .E88 2010  Two worlds / Helen Everett-Camplin

 

 

 

PE1121 .E94 2010  Grandad's magic gadgets / Helen Everett-Camplin

 

 

 

PE1121 .J64 2010  Running wild / Margaret Johnson

 

 

 

PE1121 .M67 2010  The mind map / David Morrison

 

 

 

PE1121 .M68 2010  Vinnie's vacation / Antoinette Moses ; series editor, Nicholas Tims

 

 

 

PE1121 .M87 2010  Robinson Crusoe / Nicholas Murgatroyd and Daniel Defoe

 

 

 

PE1121 .R67 2010  Tales of Terror : Edgar Allan Poe and others / selected and retold by Jane Rollason

 

 

 

PE1126.A4 .M33 2010  A little trouble in the Yorkshire Dales / Richard MacAndrew

 

 

 

PE1126.A4 M2237 2011  A little trouble in Dublin / Richard MacAndrew

 

 

 

PE1126.A4 M33 2012  A little trouble in California / by Richard MacAndrew 

 

 

 

PE1128 .M75 2019  Celebrate the American way : a fun ESL guide to English language and culture in the U.S. / Sheila MacKechnie Murtha, M.A., Jane Airey O'Connor, M. Ed.

 

 

PE1128 .M86 2019  ESL, English as a second language : grammar : intermediate & advanced / Mary Ellen Munoz Page

 

 

 

PE1131 .G52 2019  Speak English like an American : you already speak English-- now speak it even better! / Amy Gillett

 

 

 

PN1992.8.C46 K36 2020  Sunny days : the children's television revolution that changed America / David Kamp

 

 

 

PN1998.2 .N484 2019  Show people : a history of the film star / Michael Newton

 

 

 

PN4784.I6 N45 2019  Talk to me : how to ask better questions, get better answers, and interview anyone like a pro / Dean Nelson

 

 

PN4784.O24 W35 2019  The view from somewhere : undoing the myth of journalistic objectivity / Lewis Raven Wallace

 

 

 

PN6727.D836 O38 2020  Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the sower / a graphic novel adaptation by Damian Duffy and John Jennings

 

 

PN6727.J36 W54 2020  When stars are scattered / Victoria Jamieson and Omar Mohamed

 

 

 

PN6728.W26  K62 2019  The walking dead : a continuing story of survival horror / Robert Kirkman, creator, writer, letterer

 

 

 

PR1874 .S34 2020  The Canterbury tales handbook / Elizabeth Scala

 

 

 

PR6110.O44 A85 2012  Ask Alice / Margaret Johnson ; series editor, Nicholas Tims

 

 

 

PR9199.4.T43 A6 2020  How to pronounce knife : stories / Souvankham Thammavongsa

 

 

 

PS3554.A5815 A6 2020  Everything inside : stories / Edwidge Danticat

 

 

 

PS3563.O8749 A6 2019  The source of self-regard : selected essays, speeches, and meditations / Toni Morrison

 

 

 

PS3570.S84 C65 2020  The color of air : a novel / Gail Tsukiyama

 

 

 

PS3603.A44624226 K56 2020  King and the dragonflies / Kacen Callender

 

 

 

PS3603.H4436 W4 2020  We are not free / Traci Chee

 

 

 

PS3604.A5294 D74 2017  Dreadnought / April Daniels

 

 

 

PS3616.I579 S66 2019  A song for a new day / Sarah Pinsker

PS3618.E96 L66 2019  Look both ways : a tale told in ten blocks / Jason Reynolds

 

 

 

PS3618.O3232 Y68 2020  You matter / Christian Robinson

 

 

PS3620.H62455 C46 2020  Cemetery boys / Aiden Thomas

 

 

 

PS3626.H366 A49 2019  Amy Wu and the perfect bao / by Kat Zhang

 

PS508.M54 M43 2020  A measure of belonging : twenty-one writers of color on the new American South / edited by Cinelle Barnes

 

 

 

PS593.O33 A33 2018  The patriot poets : American odes, progress poems, and the state of the union / Stephen J. Adams

 

 

 

PZ5.C14370 Gon 2010  Gone! / Margaret Johnson

 

 

 

PZ7.1.C317 Fel 2020  Felix ever after / Kacen Callender

 

 

 

PZ7.1.C823 To 2020  The total eclipse of Nestor Lopez / Adrianna Cuevas

 

 

 

PZ7.1.G65327 Vam 2019  ¡Vamos! Let's go to the market / by Raul the Third ; colors by Elaine Bay

 

 

PZ7.1.L34397 Mar 2020  Margret & H.A. Rey's Curious George votes / written by Deirdre Langeland

 

 

PZ7.1.L353 Se 2020  Seven golden rings : a tale of music and math / by Rajani LaRocca

 

PZ7.1.M24413 My 2020  My mindful walk with Grandma / Sheri Mabry

 

 

PZ7.1.M4648 St 2020  Stay gold / Tobly McSmith

 

 

 

PZ7.1.S3386 Im 2019  I'm not dying with you tonight / Kimberly Jones, Gilly Segal

 

 

 

PZ7.5.W67 Bc 2020  Before the ever after / Jacqueline Woodson

 

 

 

PZ7.C66998 Fin 2018  Finding Yvonne / by Brandy Colbert

 

 

 

PZ7.D32155 Bl 2019  Black, white, just right / Marquerite Davol

 

 

PZ7.K55625 Lf 2020  The little kitten / Nicola Killen

 

 

PZ7.N225 Ev 2020  Everything sad is untrue : (a true story) / Daniel Nayeri

 

 

 

PZ7.T83 M47L  Tristan Strong punches a hole in the sky / Kwame Mbalia

Q: Mathematics, Computer Science, Sciences

Q141 .F74 2020  Born curious : 20 girls who grew up to be awesome scientists / Martha Freeman

 

 

Q158.5 .Z53 2020  What is science? : myths and reality / Jordanka Zlatanova

 

 

 

Q225 .D43 2017  Making sense of science : separating substance from spin / Cornelia Dean  print and online

 

 

 

QA273 .L55 2020  Probability : theory, examples, problems, simulations / Hannelore Lisei, Wilfried Grecksch, Mihai Iancu

 

 

 

QA276 .S45 2019  The joy of statistics : a treasury of elementary statistical tools and their applications / Steve Selvin

 

 

 

QA276.12 .S665 2019  The art of statistics : how to learn from data / David Spiegelhalter

 

 

 

QA29.L72 H65 2018  Ada Lovelace : the making of a computer scientist / Christopher Hollings, Ursula Martin & Adrian Rice

 

 

 

QA303.2 .K54 2019  The cartoon introduction to calculus / by Grady Klein and Yoram Bauman, Ph.D.

 

 

 

QA76.73.J38 S5932 2018  Kotlin programming : the Big Nerd Ranch guide / Josh Skeen & David Greenhalgh

 

 

 

QA76.73.P98 S74 2020  How to write good programs : a guide for students / Perdita Stevens

 

 

 

QB981 .P34 2020  The little book of cosmology / Lyman Page

 

 

 

QB982 .H658 2019  At the edge of time : exploring the mysteries of our universe's first seconds / Dan Hooper

 

 

 

QC793.26 .V8513 2020  How to find a Higgs boson - and other big mysteries in the world of the very small / Ivo van Vulpen

 

 

 

QC903 .F54 2020  The future we choose : surviving the climate crisis / Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac

 

 

 

QC903.2.U6 K53 2019  All hell breaking loose : the Pentagon's perspective on climate change / Michael T. Klare

 

 

 

QE535.2.U6 H682 2020  The great quake debate : the crusader, the skeptic, and the rise of modern seismology / Susan Hough

 

 

 

QH450 .S85 2019  Pleased to meet me : genes, germs, and the curious forces that make us who we are / Bill Sullivan

QH471 .F95 2019  The biology of reproduction / Giuseppe Fusco, University of Padova, Alessandro Minelli, University of Padova

 

 

QH541.5.S3 H37 2019  Ocean outbreak : confronting the rising tide of marine disease / Drew Harvell

 

 

 

QH582.4 .L54 2020  The secret language of cells : what biological conversations tell us about the brain-body connection, the future of medicine, and life itself / Jon Lieff

 

 

QK603 .S425 2020  Entangled life : how fungi make our worlds, change our minds & shape our futures / Merlin Sheldrake

 

 

 

QL637.9.A5 S9413 2020  The book of eels : our enduring fascination with the most mysterious creature in the natural world / Patrik Svensson 

 

 

QL698.3 .A284 2020  The bird way : a new look at how birds talk, work, play, parent, and think / Jennifer Ackerman

 

 

 

QL776 .M45 2019  When animals speak : toward an interspecies democracy / Eva Meijer

 

 

 

QP136 .J46 2020  Why we eat (too much) : the new science of appetite / Dr Andrew Jenkinson

R: Medicine, Nursing

R123 .S53 2020  Medical terminology doodles / Karen Sladyk

 

 

 

R154.M725 H55 2020  Aaron McDuffie Moore : an African American physician, educator, and founder of Durham's Black Wall Street / Blake Hill-Saya

 

 

R727.3 .G55 2019  How to be a patient : the essential guide to navigating the world of modern medicine / Sana Goldberg, RN

 

 

 

R858 .H37 2019  Information technology and data in healthcare : using and understanding data / David Hartzband

 

 

 

RA399.A1 E47 2020  Which country has the world's best health care? / Ezekiel J. Emanuel

 

 

 

RA418.3.U6 B37 2019  Health disparities in the United States : social class, race, ethnicity, and the social determinants of health / Donald A. Barr

 

 

RA425 .C476 2020  Essentials for health protection: four key components / Emily Ying Yang Chan

 

 

 

RA445 .K24 2020  Who's in charge? : leadership during epidemics, bioterror attacks, and other public health crises / Laura H. Kahn

 

 

RA638 .B47 2020  Anti-vaxxers : how to challenge a misinformed movement / Jonathan M. Berman

 

 

 

RA650.5 .H665 2020  The pandemic century : one hundred years of panic, hysteria, and hubris / Mark Honigsbaum

 

 

 

RA651 .O87 2020  Deadliest enemy : our war against killer germs / Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH and Mark Olshaker

 

 

 

RA776 .H1825 2020  Clean : the new science of skin / James Hamblin

 

 

 

RA777.3 .L54 2019  Questions and answers : a guide to fitness and wellness / Gary Liguori, Sandra Carroll-Cobb

 

 

 

RA780 .W37 2019  The clean body : a modern history / Peter Ward  print and online

 

 

 

RA781.7 .D36 2018  Yoga for amputees : the essential guide to finding wholeness after limb loss for students and their teachers / Marsha Therese Danzig

 

RA999.H66 H67 2019  The hospice team : who we are and how we care / edited by Chaim J. Wender, Patricia E. Morrison

 

 

 

RB111 .K45 2015  Introduction to human disease : pathophysiology for health professionals / Agnes G. Loeffler, Michael N. Hart

RC275 .B65 2016  The truth about cancer : what you need to know about cancer's history, treatment, and prevention / Ty M. Bollinger

 

 

RC372.3 .N66 2020  Non-epileptic seizures in our experience : accounts of healthcare professionals / [edited by] Markus Reuber, Gregg H. Rawlings, and Steven C. Schachter

 

 

RC406.P3 T38 2020  Sitting pretty : the view from my ordinary resilient disabled body / Rebekah Taussig

 

 

 

RC489.C63 C85 2019  Culturally responsive cognitive behavior therapy : practice and supervision / edited by Gayle Y. Iwamasa and Pamela A. Hays

 

 

RC523 .M6648 2020  Alzheimer's disease and infectious causes : the theory and evidence / Elaine A. Moore

 

 

 

RC533 .S528 2020  Obsessive compulsive disorder : elements, history, treatments, and research / Leslie J. Shapiro

 

 

 

RC564 .P46 2020  Overcoming addiction : seven imperfect solutions and the end of America's greatest epidemic / Gregory E. Pence

 

 

RC883 .W56 2019  Gender identity : the ultimate teen guide / Cynthia L. Winfield

 

 

 

RC954 .A46 2019  Gerontological nursing : scope and standards of practice / American Nurses Association

 

 

 

RC954 .G455 2018  Ebersole & Hess' gerontological nursing & healthy aging / Theris A. Touhy et al

 

 

RD592.9.B47 A3 2020  One by one by one : making a small difference amid a billion problems / Aaron Berkowitz

 

 

 

RM237.86 .E47 2018  No-fail gluten-free bread baking : classic bread recipes for the texture & flavor you love / Pamela Ellgen

 

 

 

RM301.27 .F56 2020  Adverse events : race, inequality, and the testing of new pharmaceuticals / Jill A. Fisher

 

 

 

RM45 .H34 2019  Ten drugs : how plants, powders, and pills have shaped the history of medicine / by Thomas Hager  print and online

 

 

RM725 .F66 2019  Exercise is medicine : how physical activity boosts health and slows aging / Judy Foreman

 

 

 

RM733 .G38 2018  Breathe with me : using breath to feel strong, calm, and happy / Mariam Gates

 

 

RS165.G45 H68 2020  The healing power of ginseng / Joseph P. Hou

 

 

 

RT42 .E53 2020  Nursing professionals : a practical career guide / Kezia Endsley

 

 

 

RT51 .H43 2021  Health equity and nursing : achieving equity through policy, population health and interprofessional collaboration / Margaret P. Moss, Janice M. Phillips, editors  print and online

 

 

RT51 .T39 2019  Taylor's clinical nursing skills : a nursing process approach / Pamela Lynn

 

 

 

RT82 .S535 2016  The mindful nurse : using the power of mindfulness and compassion to help you thrive in your work / by Carmel Sheridan

 

RT85 .C63 2015  Code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements

 

 

 

RT86 .C56 2018  Fast facts on combating nurse bullying, incivility, and workplace violence : what nurses need to know in a nutshell / Maggie Ciocco  print and online

 

 

 

RT86 .D45 2019  What to do when nurses hurt nurses : understanding and resolving relational aggression and bullying in nursing / Cheryl Dellasega

 

 

RT86.3 .B34 2020  Communication in nursing / Julia Balzer Riley

 

 

RT86.3 .C37 2020  How to treat people : a nurse at work / Molly Case

 

 

 

RT87.T45 O94 2019  Oxford textbook of palliative nursing / edited by Betty Rolling Ferrell, Judith A. Paice

 

 

 

Analgesia and anesthesia in the intrapartum period : evidence-based clinical practice guideline / Susan Hale [and six others]  online

 

 

Core curriculum for neonatal intensive care nursing / edited by M. Terese Verklan, Marlene Walden  online

 

 

 

How the immune system works / Lauren Sompayrac  online

 

 

 

Lippincott visual nursing : a guide to diseases, skills, and treatments / clinical editor, Debra P. Kantor  online

 

 

S: Agriculture

SD421.34.N67 S77 2017  Firestorm : how wildfire will shape our future / Edward Struzik

T: Technology

T386.A97 L635 2018  Tutorial guide to AutoCAD 2019 : 2D drawing, 3D modeling / Shawna Lockhart

 

 

 

TA666 .G74 2020  Tall wood buildings : design, construction and performance / Michael Green, Jim Taggart

 

 

 

TH4811 .A463 2017  Fundamentals of residential construction / Edward Allen, Rob Thallon, Alexander C. Schreyer

 

 

 

TH880 .H345 2019  Sustainable construction / Sandy Halliday

 

 

 

TK146 .G43 2020  Electricity / by Howard H. Gerrish, William E. Dugger, Jr., Kenneth P. DeLucca

 

 

 

TK260 .M52 2021  Illustrated guide to the National Electrical Code / Charles R. Miller

 

 

 

TK3221 .S56 2017  The lineman's and cableman's handbook / Thomas M. Shoemaker, James E. Mack

 

 

 

TK5105.8857 .D46 2020  The Internet in everything : freedom and security in a world with no off switch / Laura DeNardis

 

 

 

TL152 .E67 2020  Automotive technology : a systems approach

 

 

 

TL262 .R653 2020  Classroom manual for manual transmissions & transaxles / Michael Ronon, Jack Erjavec, series editor

 

 

 

TS535 .T35 2020  Ghost guns : hobbyists, hackers, and the homemade weapons revolution / Mark A. Tallman

 

 

 

TT920 .C3586 2019  From clay to kiln : a beginner's guide to the potter's wheel / Stuart Carey

 

 

 

TT972 .S26 2014  Kinky coily : a natural hair resource guide / Pamela Samuels Young

 

 

 

TX360.U6 N47 2013  Food politics : how the food industry influences nutrition and health / Marion Nestle ; foreword by Michael Pollan  print and online

 

 

TX689 .H66 2019  The skinnytaste air fryer cookbook : the 75 best healthy recipes for your air fryer / Gina Homolka with Heather K. Jones

 

 

TX763 .H5866 2020  Bakers / Christine Honders

 

 

TX837 .C43 2019  Vegan Mediterranean cookbook : essential vegiterranean recipes for the ultimate healthy lifestyle / Tess Challis

Z: Publishing, Library Science, Information Resources

Z658.G7 F45 2017  Censored : a literary history of subversion and control / Matthew Fellion and Katherine Inglis

 

 

 

Z679.55 .M66 2018  Planning optimal library spaces : principles, processes, and practices / David R. Moore II, Eric C. Shoaf

 

 

 

Z679.55 W43 2018  Development of creative spaces in academic libraries : a decision maker's guide / Katy Kavanagh Webb  print and online

 

 

Z716.3 .P65 2019  Library marketing basics / Mark Aaron Polger

 

 

 

Z716.37 .M38 2020  Academic library makerspaces : a practical guide to planning, collaborating, and supporting campus innovation / Katy B. Mathuews and Daniel J. Harper