Galax-Carroll Regional Library

Carroll County Public Library New Items

JANUARY 2020

ADULT FICTION

New Books Shelf at the Carroll County Public Library

  • “In the Shadow of Vesuvius,” by Tasha Alexander
  • “A Long Petal of the Sea,” by Isabel Allende
  • “The Secret Guests,” by Benjamin Black
  • “Winterkill,” by C. J. Box
  • “The Country Guesthouse,” by Robyn Carr
  • “Sophia’s Exit Strategy,” by C. Paolo Caruso
  • “Big Lies in a Small Town,” by Diane Chamberlain
  • “Where Shadows Meet,” by Colleen Coble
  • “A Man’s Heart,” by Lori Copeland
  • “Westering Women,” by Sandra Dallas
  • “Shadows of Hope,” by Georgiana Daniels
  • “Naked Came the Florida Man,” by Tim Dorsey
  • “Building Celebration House: Celebration House Trilogy,” by Annette Drake
  • “Return to Celebration House: Celebration House Trilogy,” by Annette Drake
  • “Stay at Celebration House: Celebration House Trilogy,” by Annette Drake
  • “Collateral Damage,” by Lynette Eason
  • “House on Fire,” by Joseph Finder
  • “When You See Me,” by Lisa Gardner
  • “Heart of Black Ice: Sisters of Darkness,” by Terry Goodkind
  • “Witch’s Oath: A Children of D’Hara Novella,” by Terry Goodkind
  • “The Night is Watching,” by Heather Graham
  • “Shall We Dance?” by Shelley Shepard Gray
  • “The Protective One,” by Shelley Shepard Gray
  • “A Longer Fall,” by Charlaine Harris
  • “Small Kingdoms & Other Stories,” by Charlaine Harris
  • “The Last Child,” by John Hart
  • “You’re Gonna Love Me,” by Robin Lee Hatcher
  • “Beneath the Summer Sun,” by Kelly Irvin
  • “Willing to Die,” by Lisa Jackson
  • “The Truth about Melody Browne,” by Lisa Jewell
  • “31 Dream Street,” by Lisa Jewell
  • “Hindsight,” by Iris Johansen
  • “The Dark Horse,” by Craig Johnson
  • “The Vanishing,” by Jayne Ann Krentz
  • “Christmas on 4th Street,” by Susan Mallery
  • “Fatal Frost,” by Nancy Mehl
  • “Country Strong,” by Linda Lael Miller
  • “Lost,” by James Patterson
  • “The River Murders,” by James Patterson
  • “Forever Hidden,” by Tracie Peterson
  • “Secrets Come Home: Book 1 Ettie Smith Amish Mysteries,” by Samantha Price
  • “Christmas with You,” by Nora Roberts
  • “Hunting for a Highlander,” by Lynsay Sands
  • “Norstrilia,” by Cordwainer Smith
  • “The Look-alike,” by Erica Spindler
  • “No Fixed Line,” by Dana Stabenow
  • “Moral Compass,” by Danielle Steel
  • “Palm Beach Nasty: A Charlie Crawford Mystery,” by Tom Turner
  • “All the Ways We Said Good bye: A Novel of the Ritz Paris,” by Beatriz Williams
  • “Treason,” by Stuart Woods
  • “Red at the Bone,” by Jacqueline Woodson

LARGE PRINT FICTION

  • “A Double Life,” by Flynn Berry
  • “Don’t Let Go,” by Harlan Coben
  • “Collateral Damage,” by Lynette Eason
  • “Look Alive Twenty-five,” by Janet Evanovich
  • “The Last Warrior,” by W. Michael Farmer
  • “Twice in a Lifetime,” by Dorothy Garlock
  • “A Precious Gift,” by Shelley Shepard Gray
  • “Dead Man Running,” by Steve Hamilton
  • “The Bishop’s Daughter,” by Patricia Johns
  • “Cutthroats,” by William W. Johnstone
  • “A Mrs. Miracle Christmas,” by Debbie Macomber
  • “Fugitive Sheriff,” by Edward Massey
  • “Do Not Become Alarmed,” by Maile Meloy
  • “Miss Serena’s Secret,” by Carolyn Miller
  • “Underestimating Miss Cecilia,” by Carolyn Miller
  • “Macbeth,” by Jo Nesbo
  • “The Man from Misery,” by David C. Noonan
  • “Under Currents,” by Nora Roberts
  • “Deep Freeze,” by John Sandford
  • “Field of Prey,” by John Sandford
  • “Apache Sundown,” by Jory Sherman
  • “The Chalk Man,” by C. J. Tudor
  • “Ghosted,” by Rosie Walsh
  • “Treason,” by Stuart Woods

ADULT REFERENCE LOCAL HISTORY

  • “They Walked These Streets: Sketches of the Greatest Generation with Galax Roots,” by Judith Lucinda Nunn Alley

ADULT NON-FICTION

  • “Old School: Life in the Sane Lane,” by Bill O’Reilly
  • “The Magic of Crystals and Gems: Unlocking the Supernatural Power of Stones,” by Cerridwen Greenleaf
  • “Ask the Right Question: The Essential Sourcebook of Good Dowsing Questions,” by Nigel Percy
  • “Pendulum Magic for Beginners: Power to Achieve All Goals,” by Richard Webster
  • “Twice Rescued Child: The Boy Who Fled the Nazis and Found His Life’s Purpose,” by Thomas Graumann
  • “Ephesians: A Biblical Study,” by Joyce Meyer
  • “James: A Biblical Study,” by Joyce Meyer
  • “Jesus: The God Who Knows Your Name,” by Max Lucado
  • “Holding the Line: Inside Trump’s Pentagon with Secretary Mattis,” by Guy M. Snodgrass
  • “The Miraculous Journey: A Day Made in Heaven,” by Diana Hall Bodmer
  • “Floral Acupuncture: Applying the Floral Essences of Dr. Bach to Acupuncture Sites,” by Deborah Craydon
  • “The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy,” by Mechtild Scheffer
  • “EFT for Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue,” by Dawson Church
  • “Healthy Homemade Dog Treats: More Than 70 Simple & Delicious Treats for Your Furry Best Friend,” by Serena Faber-Nelson
  • “Taste of Home Annual Recipes 2020”
  • “Firearms in Colonial America: The Impact on History and Technology, 1492-1792,” by M. L. Brown
  • “The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide,” by Robert M. Overstreet
  • “Mel Bay’s Appalachian Folk Songs: For Piano and Voice (with Guitar Chords)”
  • “Grant & Lee: A Study in Personality and Generalship,” by J. F. C. Fuller
  • “Palm Beach, Mar-A-Lago, and the Rise of America’s Xanadu,” by Les Standiford
  • “The Girls of Atomic City: The Untold Story of the Women Who Helped Win World War II,” by Denise Kiernan

LARGE PRINT NON-FICTION

  • “Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language,” by Gretchen McCulloch
  • “My Lucky Life In and Out of Show Business: A Memoir,” by Dick Van Dyke

ADULT REFERENCE

  • “The Complete Resource Guide for People with Disabilities”
  • “Educators Resource Guide, 2019-20 + 1-year Access Card”

ADULT REFERENCE LOCAL HISTORY

  • “The Dixon Clan Over Time and Lands,” by Dorothy Dixon Cook

ADULT DVDS

  • “Dirty Harry”
  • “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion”
  • “My Life in Ruins”
  • “Overboard”
  • “Terry Fator Live From Las Vegas”
  • “Toby Tyler

ADULT BOOKS ON CD

  • “Guilty Pleasures,” by Laurell K. Hamilton

KIDS’ FICTION

  • “Henry Heckelbeck Gets a Dragon,” by Wanda Coven
  • “Henry Heckelbeck Never Cheats,” by Wanda Coven
  • “Javi Takes a Bow,” by Elizabeth Gordon
  • “The 104-Story Treehouse,” by Andy Griffiths
  • “The 13-Story Treehouse,” by Andy Griffiths
  • “The 39-Story Treehouse,” by Andy Griffiths
  • “The Silent Thaw (Warriors, The Broken Code #2)” by Erin Hunter
  • “Roller Girl,” by Victoria Jamieson
  • “When You Trap a Tiger,” by Tae Keller
  • “Wrecking Ball (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 14)” by Jeff Kinney
  • “Notorious,” by Gordon Korman
  • “Dog Napped: Doodlebugged Mysteries,” by Susan J. Kroupa
  • “The Thief Knot: A Greenglass House Story,” by Kate Milford
  • “Real Pigeons Fight Crime!” by Andrew McDonald
  • “Narwhal on a Sunny Night,” by Mary Pope Osborne
  • “Ali Cross,” by James Patterson
  • “Hole in the Middle,” by Coco Simon
  • “So Jelly!” by Coco Simon
  • “A Girl, a Raccoon, and the Midnight Moon,” by Karen Romano Young

KIDS’ NON-FICTION

  • “Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Beyond the Bizarre!” by Geoff Tibballs
  • “Inside the LGBTQ+ Movement,” by Jennifer Lombardo
  • “Community Helpers”
  • “Inside the Labor Movement,” by Therese Shea
  • “Dragons,” by Theresa Jarosz Alberti
  • “Two-digit Numbers with Tadpoles,” by Mary Grace Osburn
  • “Shapes with Sheep,” by Mary Grace Osburn
  • “The Real Albert Einstein,” by Virginia Loh-Hagan
  • “Force and Motion,” by Joseph Midthun
  • “Volcano Melts Village,” by Louise Spilsbury
  • “Earthquake Shatters Country,” by Louise Spilsbury
  • “What Living Things Need”
  • “Animal Babies”
  • “Thump Goes the Rabbit: How Animals Communicate,” by Fran Hodgkins
  • “Wild Animals”
  • “Fish Life Cycles,” by Bray Jacobson
  • “Hedgehog,” by Joyce L. Markovics
  • “Beluga Whale,” by Rachel Anne Cantor
  • “World of Pets”
  • “Angora Rabbit,” by Joyce L. Markovics
  • “Legends of Zita the Spacegirl,” by Ben Hatke
  • “Guts,” by Raina Telgemeier
  • “Ultimate Slime: 100 New Recipes & Projects for Oddly Satisfying, Borax-free Slime,” by Alyssa Jagan
  • “Animation,” by Sara Green
  • “Cave Diving,” by Hal Garrison
  • “Baseball: Stats, Facts, and Figures,” by Kate Mikoley

KIDS DVDS

  • “Monsters vs. Aliens”

KIDS BIOGRAPHIES

  • “Troy Aikman,” by Clarence Hill, Jr.
  • “Who Was Mr. Rogers?” by Diane Bailey
  • “From New Amsterdam to New York: Dutch Settlement of America,” by Kate Shoup

EASY READING

  • “Fuego, Fueguito,” by Jorge Argueta
  • “Sisters First,” by Jenna Bush Hager
  • “There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover,” by Lucille Colandro
  • “Drum and Bugle Bands,” by Ruth Daly
  • “Jazz Bands,” by Ruth Daly
  • “Marching Bands,” by Ruth Daly
  • “Toys and Games Past and Present,” by Kerry Dinmont
  • “This is Baby,” by Jimmy Fallon
  • “The Tiny Star,” by Arthur Ginolfi
  • “¡Shhh! Tenemos un plan,” by Chris Haughton
  • “Mr. Scruff,” by Simon James
  • “Pinkalicious and the Merminnies,” by Victoria Kann
  • “Three Ways to Trap a Leprechaun,” by Tara Lazar
  • “Froggy Builds a Snowman,” by Jonathan London
  • “Dancing Dinos Go to School,” by Sally Lucas
  • “The Nutcracker”
  • “Jumphopper and Flutterby,” by B. K. Robinette
  • “Dr. Seuss’s Spring Things,” by Dr. Seuss
  • “The Dinky Donkey,” by Craig Smith
  • “Swan Lake”

TEEN FICTION

  • “The Night Country,” by Melissa Albert
  • “Iggy’s World,” by Gail Anderson-Dargatz
  • “The Queen of Nothing,” by Holly Black
  • “The Stand-in,” by Steve Bloom
  • “The Culling Trials: Books 1-3,” by K. F. Breene
  • “Learning Seventeen,” by Brooke Carter
  • “Kryptonite,” by Lesley Choyce
  • “Dangerous Alliance,” by Jennieke Cohen
  • “The Piper’s Pursuit,” by Melanie Dickerson
  • “Hearts, Strings, and Other Breakable Things,” by Jacqueline Firkins
  • “Last Night at the Circle Cinema,” by Emily Franklin
  • “Timber Creek Station,” by Ali Lewis
  • “Supernova,” by Marissa Meyer
  • “Nameless Queen,” by Rebecca McLaughlin
  • “The Conference of the Birds,” by Ransom Riggs
  • “Firewall,” by Sean Rodman
  • “Shark,” by Jeff Ross
  • “Impossible,” by Jocelyn Shipley
  • “Infinity Son,” by Adam Silvera
  • “Cathy’s Key,” by Sean Stewart
  • “Chosen,” by Kiersten White

TEEN NON-FICTION

  • “The Transatlantic Slave Trade: Slavery Comes to the New World,” by Siyavush Saidian
  • “Marching for Equality: The Journey from Selma to Montgomery,” by Vanessa Oswald
  • “Famous Battles of the Ancient World,” by Chris McNab
  • “Hidden No More: African American Women in STEM Careers,” by Caroline Kennon
  • “Anxiety and Panic Disorders,” by Jennifer Lombardo
  • “The Plain Janes,” by Cecil Castellucci
  • “Led Zeppelin,” by Michael Schuman
  • “Choreography and Dance in Theater,” by Don Rauf
  • “How Irish Immigrants Made America Home,” by Sean Heather K. McGraw
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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

    Youth Services Coordinator:
    Sarah Largen

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    P.O. Box 1629
    Hillsville, Virginia 24343
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    Fax: (276) 728-3830

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