Galax-Carroll Regional Library

Carroll County Public Library New Items

February 2021

ADULT FICTION

New Books Shelf at the Carroll County Public Library

  • “The Amish Sweet Shop,” by various authors
  • “A Stranger in Town: A Rockton Novel,” by Kelley Armstrong
  • “The House at Mermaid’s Cove,” by Lindsay Jayne Ashford
  • “The Runaway Sisters,” by Ann Bennett
  • “The Power Couple,” by Alex Berenson
  • “Once Upon a Mail Order Bride,” by Linda Broday
  • “The Christmas House,” by Elizabeth Bromke
  • “The Farmhouse,” by Elizabeth Bromke
  • “The Innkeeper’s House,” by Elizabeth Bromke
  • “The Schoolhouse,” by Elizabeth Bromke
  • “The Quilting House: A Hickory Grove Christmas,” by Elizabeth Bromke
  • “Out of Hounds,” by Rita Mae Brown
  • “The Narrow Man,” by Kip Cassino
  • “A Simple Murder: A Kate Burkholder Short Story Collection,” by Linda Castillo
  • “The Bachelor Cowboy,” by Jessica Clare
  • “Ready Player Two,” by Ernest Cline
  • “The Bicycle Man,” by Bob Deans
  • “Tropic of Stupid,” by Tim Dorsey
  • “Cardinal Cabin,” by Joanne DeMaio
  • “Eighteen Winters,” by Joanne DeMaio
  • “Snow Deer and Cocoa Cheer,” by Joanne DeMaio
  • “Snowflakes and Coffee Cakes,” by Joanne DeMaio
  • “Farewell to Cedar Key,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Patterns of Change,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Secrets on Cedar Key,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Stitches in Time,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Unraveling the Pieces,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Sunrise on Cedar Key,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Spinning Forward,” by Terri DuLong
  • “Active Defense,” by Lynette Eason
  • “One For the Road,” by Mary Ellis
  • “The Hunt,” by Amanda Everhart
  • “Before She Disappeared,” by Lisa Gardner
  • “A Perfect Amish Romance,” by Shelley Shepard Gray
  • “Relentless,” by Mark Greaney
  • “A Daring Man,” by Leigh Greenwood
  • “The Silence of the Lambs,” by Thomas Harris
  • “Cruel as the Grave,” by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
  • “With You Always,” by Jody Hedlund
  • “Together Forever,” by Jody Hedlund
  • “Searching for You,” by Jody Hedlund
  • “Dead Sea Rising,” by Jerry B. Jenkins
  • “Blink of an Eye,” by Iris Johansen
  • “Outlaw Country,” by William W. Johnstone
  • “Blue Sky Cowboy Christmas,” by Joanne Kennedy
  • “The Vineyard at Painted Moon,” by Susan Mallery
  • “The Song of Achilles,” by Madeline Miller
  • “The City of Tears,” by Kate Mosse
  • “Pianos and Flowers: Brief Encounters of the Romantic Kind,” by Alexander McCall Smith
  • “The Identical Woman in the Black Dress,” by Zoe M. McCarthy
  • “Uncaged,” by Celia McMahon
  • “Good Man, Dalton,” by Karen McQuestion
  • “The Moonlight Child,” by Karen McQuestion
  • “Midnight Sun,” by Jo Nesbo
  • “The (Other) You: Stories,” by Joyce Carol Oates
  • “The Russian,” by James Patterson
  • “Amish Secrets,” by Marta Perry
  • “The Burglar,” by Thomas Perry
  • “The Oracle Glass,” by Judith Merkle Riley
  • “Faithless in Death,” by J. D. Robb
  • “Blood in the Dust,” by Carl Rayford Roberts
  • “Highland Treasure,” by Lynsay Sands
  • “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue,” by Victoria Schwab
  • “Spoils of the Dead: A Liam Campbell Novel,” by Dana Stabenow
  • “City of Schemes,” by Victoria Thompson
  • “The White City,” by Grace Hitchcock
  • “Twelve Days in Sunset: A Novel of Heroes and Villains in 1960s Mississippi,” by Jeff D. Upshaw
  • “Danger in Plain Sight,” by Burt Weissbourd
  • “She Gets That from Me,” by Robin Wells
  • “A Tall, Dark Cowboy Christmas,” by Maisey Yates

LARGE PRINT FICTION

  • “Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me,” by Ace Atkins
  • “Spin,” by Patricia Daniels Cornwell
  • “The Great Texas Dance,” by Mark C. Jackson
  • “Next to Last Stand,” by Craig Johnson
  • “The Black Hills,” by William W. Johnstone
  • “The Stone Wall,” by Beverly Lewis
  • “Ralph Compton: Lost banshee Mine,” by Jackson Lowry
  • “The Vineyard at Painted Moon,” by Susan Mallery
  • “Masquerade at Middlecrest Abbey,” by Abigail Wilson
  • “Hush-hush,” by Stuart Woods

LARGE PRINT NON-FICTION

  • “Age Later: Health Span, Life Span, and the New Science of Longevity,” by Nir Barzilai

ADULT NON-FICTION

  • “Microsoft Office 2010 Plain & Simple,” by Katherine Murray
  • “Microsoft Access 2010 Plain & Simple,” by Curtis Frye
  • “Still Right Here: A True Story of Healing and Hope,” by Suzanne Giesemann
  • “In Search of Wisdom: Life-changing Truths in the Book of Proverbs,” by Joyce Meyer
  • “Praying Through Every Emotion: Experiencing God’s Peace No Matter What,” by Linda E. Shepherd
  • “Real Talk About LGBTQIAP: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and Pansexual,” by Tara Y. Coyt
  • “Insider’s Guide to Quality, Affordable Healthcare: Practical Strategies to Navigate Our Complex System and Save Money,” by Lawrence W. Lazarus
  • “Virginia’s Legendary Santa Trains,” by Donna Strother Deekens
  • “Nala’s World,” by Dean Nicholson
  • “An Enlisted Man’s Point of View: Lessons Learned in the 199th, 1966-1967,” by Lee H. Houston
  • “The Life of Johnny Reb,” by Bell Irvin Wiley
  • “Appalachian Reckoning: A Region Responds to Hillbilly Elegy,” edited by Anthony Harkins & Meredith McCarroll
  • “Out of the Bronx: A Memoir,” by Irene Sardanis

ADULT DVDS

  • “Cerberus: The Guardian of Hell”
  • “Gargoyle: Wings of Darkness”
  • “Good Witch: Season 1”
  • “Good Witch: Season Two”
  • “Good Witch: Season Three”
  • “Good Witch: Season 4”
  • “Good Witch: Season 5”
  • “Good Witch: Season 6”
  • “Red: Werewolf Hunter”
  • “The Walking Dead Season 9”

ADULT BOOKS ON CD

  • “Badass Habits: Cultivate the Awareness, Boundaries, and Daily Upgrades You Need To Make Them Stick,” by Jen Sincero
  • “It’s Never Too Late: Make the Next Act of Your Life the best Act of Your Life,” by Kathy Lee Gifford
  • “Ten Lessons for a Post-pandemic World,” by Fareed Zakaria
  • “Robert B. Parker’s Someone to Watch Over Me,” by Ace Atkins
  • “Hot to Trot,” by M. C. Beaton
  • “The Daydream Cabin,” by Carolyn Brown
  • “Piece of My Heart,” by Mary Higgins Clark
  • “The Coffee Corner,” by Amy Clipston
  • “The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop,” by Fannie Flagg
  • “Triple Chocolate Cheesecake Murder,” by Joanne Fluke
  • “A Matter of Circumstance,” by Heather Graham
  • “A Time For Mercy,” by John Grisham
  • “Truly, Madly, Deeply,” by Karen Kingsbury
  • “Love Your Life,” by Sophie Kinsella
  • “In a Holidaze,” by Christina Lauren
  • “Christmas Cookie Murder: A Lucy Stone Mystery,” by Leslie Meier
  • “Deadly Cross,” by James Patterson
  • “This Is Not A Ghost Story,” by Andrea Portes
  • “The Awakening,” by Nora Roberts
  • “Cold Wind,” by Paige Shelton
  • “Confessions on the 7:45,” by Lisa Unger

TEEN FICTION

  • “Stolen Enchantress,” by Amber Argyle
  • “Piper Prince,” by Amber Argyle
  • “Winterkeep,” by Kristin Cashore
  • “The Selection Stories,” by Kiera Cass
  • “We Are Not Free,” by Traci Chee
  • “Legendborn,” by Tracy Deonn
  • “The Enemy,” by Charles Higson
  • “Woven in Moonlight,” by Isabel Ibañez
  • “Every Body Looking,” by Candice Iloh
  • “You Should See Me In a Crown,” by Leah Johnson
  • “Defy,” by Sara B. Larson
  • “Dangerous Secrets: The Story of Iduna and Agnarr,” by Mari Mancusi
  • “Darla’s Story,” by Mike Mullin
  • “Ashfall,” by Mike Mullin
  • “Ashen Winter,” by Mike Mullin
  • “Sunrise,” by Mike Mullin
  • “Unspoken,” by Celia McMahon
  • “Unleashed,” by Celia McMahon
  • “The Cousins,” by Karen M. McManus
  • “Everything Sad Is Untrue: (A True Story)” by Daniel Nayeri
  • “Never Look Back,” by Lilliam Rivera
  • “We Are Not From Here,” by Jenny Torres Sanchez
  • “Game Changer,” by Neal Shusterman
  • “Concrete Rose,” by Angie Thomas

TEEN NON-FICTION

  • “Mindfulness for Teens in 10 Minutes a Day: Exercises to Feel Calm, Stay Focused & Be Your Best Self,” by Jennie Marie Battistin
  • “Displacement,” by Kiku Hughes
  • “Dragon Hoops,” by Gene Luen Yang
  • “The Cat I Never Named: A True Story of Love, War, and Survival,” by Amra Sabic-El-Rayess
  • “Apple: Skin to the Core: A Memoir in Words and Pictures,” by Eric Gansworth

TEEN BOOKS ON CD

  • “Early Departures,” by Justin A. Reynolds

KIDS FICTION

  • “The Blackbird Girls,” by Anne Blankman
  • “Caddie Woodlawn,” by Carol Ryrie Brink
  • “Spring Science,” by Katie Coppens
  • “Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator,” by Roald Dahl
  • “James and the Giant Peach,” by Roald Dahl
  • “The Extraordinary Cases of Sherlock Holmes,” by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • “Flora & Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures,” by Kate DiCamillo
  • “The Slave Dancer,” by Paula Fox
  • “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” by Roger Lancelyn Green
  • “Rabbit Hill,” by Robert Lawson
  • “Strawberry Girl,” by Lois Lenski
  • “A Field Guide to Getting Lost,” by Joy McCullough
  • “Anya and the Nightingale,” by Sofiya Pasternack
  • “Sideways Stories from Wayside School,” by Louis Sachar
  • “Yara’s Spring,” by Jamal Saeed
  • “The Witch of Blackbird Pond,” by Elizabeth George Speare
  • “Abel’s Island,” by William Steig
  • “The Dragon Prophecy: The Fourth Adventure in the Kingdom of Fantasy,” by Geronimo Stilton
  • “Skunk and Badger,” by Amy Timberlake
  • “Before the Ever After,” by Jacqueline Woodson

KIDS NON-FICTION

  • “The Arabian Nights: Tales of Wonder and Magnificence”
  • “How We Got To the Moon: The People, Technology, and Daring Feats of Science Behind Humanity’s Greatest Adventure,” by John Rocco
  • “All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue of the Thai Boys’ Soccer Team,” by Christina Soontornvat
  • “The Lost Words: A Spell Book,” by Robert Macfarlane
  • “The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read,” by Rita L. Hubbard
  • “Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History,” by Vashti Harrison
  • “The ABCs of Black History,” by Rio Cortez

KIDS DVDS

  • “Caddie Woodlawn”
  • “Molly of Denali: Molly’s Awesome Alaskan Adventures”
  • “Shaun the Sheep: We Wish Ewe a Merry Christmas”
  • “Spirited Away”
  • “The Wind Rises”

KIDS BOOKS ON CD

  • “Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls: 100 Immigrant Women Who Changed the World,” by Elena Favilli
  • “Sky Song,” by Abi Elpinstone
  • “The Ballad of Tubs Marshfield,” by Cara Hoffman
  • “The Deep End,” by Jeff Kinney
  • “Unplugged,” by Gordon Korma

EASY

  • “Little Blue House Beside the Sea,” by Jo Ellen Bogart
  • “Spring=Primavera,” by Ailie Busby
  • “Disney’s The Lion King”
  • “Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera,” by Candace Fleming
  • “Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea,” by Meena Harris
  • “Spring Stinks,” by Ryan T. Higgins
  • “You’ll Find Me,” by Amanda Rawson Hill
  • “The Way Back Home,” by Oliver Jeffers
  • “Danbi Leads the School Parade,” by Anna Kim
  • “Trixie Goes to the Fair: The Many Adventures of Trixie, the Holstein Cow,” by Janet Lester
  • “Rabbit’s Spring Gift,” by Anita Loughrey
  • “See the Cat: Three Stories About a Dog,” by David LaRochelle
  • “In a Jar,” by Deborah Marcero
  • “Praline Lady,” by Kirstie Myvett
  • “Champ and Major: First Dogs,” by Joy McCullough
  • “Don’t Stop,” by Christine McVie
  • “Amelia Bedelia Steps Out,” by Herman Parish
  • “Ready, Set, Go-cart!” by Kimberly Dean
  • “The Paper Kingdom,” by Helena Ku Rhee
  • “Little Blue Truck’s Valentine,” by Alice Schertle
  • “I Talk Like a River,” by Jordan Scott
  • “A Friend for Bear,” by Steve Smallman
  • “Noah’s Ark,” by Peter Spier
  • “Fox the Tiger,” by Corey R. Tabor
  • “The Bear in My Family,” by Maya Tatsukawa
  • “Jack and the Beanstalk”
  • “Milo Imagines the World,” by Matt de la Peña
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    Fax: (276) 236-5153

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    Galax-Carroll Regional Library
    610 West Stuart Drive
    Galax, Virginia 24333
    Phone: (276) 236-2351

    Regional Director:
    Trish Fore

    Assistant Regional Director:
    Sarah Largen

    Youth Services Coordinator:
    Angie LeNoir

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    Carroll County Public Library
    101 Beaver Dam Road
    P.O. Box 1629
    Hillsville, Virginia 24343
    Business Office: (276) 728-2228
    Circulation Desk: (276) 728-3334
    Fax: (276) 728-3830

    Branch Manager: June Pike

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