Galax-Carroll Regional Library

Galax Public Library New Items


Photo of New Books on shelf at the Galax Public Library


  • “Charms & Chapters,” by Elle Adams
  • “Sorcery & Stories,” by Elle Adams
  • “Spells & Shelves,” by Elle Adams
  • “Round Up the Usual Peacocks,” by Donna Andrews
  • “Jackie & Me: A Novel,” by Louis Bayard
  • “Venomous Lumpsucker,” by Ned Beauman
  • “Overkill,” by Sandra Brown
  • “The Apple Creek Announcement,” by Wanda E. Brunstetter
  • “All In Good Time: An Amish Romance,” by Linda Byler
  • “Kushiel’s Dart,” by Jacqueline Carey
  • “A Gathering of Secrets,” by Linda Castillo
  • “Among the Wicked: A Kate Burkholder Novel,” by Linda Castillo
  • “The Dead Will Tell,” by Linda Castillo
  • “Next Year in Havana,” by Chanel Cleeton
  • “When We Left Cuba,” by Chanel Cleeton
  • “Building a Future,” by Amy Clipston
  • “Reckoning: An FBI Thriller,” by Catherine Coulter
  • “Change of Fortune: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Flame and Fortune: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Fortune Funhouse: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Fortune Hunter: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Frightfully Fortune: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Gator Bait,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Gators and Garters,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Hook, Line and Blinker,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Hurricane Force: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Later Gator: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Reel of Fortune: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Soldiers of Fortune: A Miss Fortune Mystery,” by Jana Deleon
  • “Swamp Sweets,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Swamp Team 3,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Lethal Bayou Beauty,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Louisiana Longshot,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Swamp Sniper,” by Jana DeLeon
  • “Doctor Who: Remembrance of the Daleks,” by Ben Aaronovitch
  • “Doctor Who: The Silent Stars Go By & Touched by An Angel,” by Dan Abnett
  • “Point Last Seen,” by Christina Dodd
  • “The Extraordinary Life of Sam Hell,” by Robert Dugoni
  • “The Forgiving Kind,” by Donna Everhart
  • “Barbecue & Brooms,” by Bella Falls
  • “Fried Chicken & Fangs,” by Bella Falls
  • “Sweet Tea & Spells,” by Bella Falls
  • “The Housekeeper: A Novel,” by Joy Fielding
  • “Burner,” by Robert Ford
  • “The Witch of Willow Hall,” by Hester Fox
  • “Voyager,” by Diana Gabaldon
  • “The Woman in the Library: A Novel,” by Sulari Gentill
  • “The Night Swim,” by Megan Goldin
  • “Aura of Night,” by Heather Graham
  • “Verity,” by Colleen Hoover
  • “Breach of Duty,” by Judith A. Jance
  • “The Chosen: I Have Called You by Name,” by Jerry B. Jenkins
  • “The Family Remains: A Novel,” by Lisa Jewell
  • “My Monticello,” by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson
  • “Rhapsody,” by Michell James Kaplan
  • “The Girl in the Spider’s Web,” by David Lagercrantz
  • “The Foundling,” by Ann Leary
  • “Learning to Talk: Stories,” by Hilary Mantel
  • “The Matzah Ball,” by Jean Meltzer
  • “South of Heaven,” by Patti Frye Meredith
  • “Coral Cottage,” by Jan Moran
  • “Seabreeze Inn,” by Jan Moran
  • “Gods of Jade and Shadow,” by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
  • “Nightingale: A Charity Anthology in Support of Ukraine”
  • “Babysitter,” by Joyce Carol Oates
  • “The Vampire’s Mail Order Bride,” by Kristen L. Painter
  • “The Werewolf Meets His Match,” by Kristen L. Painter
  • “10th Anniversary,” by James Patterson
  • “12th of Never,” by James Patterson
  • “1st to Die,” by James Patterson
  • “2nd Chance,” by James Patterson
  • “3rd Degree,” by James Patterson
  • “4th of July,” by James Patterson
  • “The 8th Confession,” by James Patterson
  • “The 9th Judgment,” by James Patterson
  • “The Ninth Month,” by James Patterson
  • “7th Heaven,” by James Patterson
  • “Laura’s Shadow,” by Allison Pittman
  • “Maybe in Another Life,” by Taylor Jenkins Reid
  • “The Deep Blue Sea for Beginners,” by Luanne Rice
  • “Home Before Dark,” by Riley Sager
  • “Bait and Witch,” by Angela M. Sanders
  • “Seven-Year Witch,” by Angela M. Sanders
  • “Witch and Famous,” by Angela M. Sanders
  • “Weather Girl,” by Rachel Lynn Soloman
  • “The Challenge: A Novel,” by Danielle Steel
  • “An Irish Country Yuletide,” by Patrick Taylor
  • “The Pallbearers Club,” by Paul Tremblay
  • “The Angel of Rome: And Other Stories,” by Jess Walter
  • “Sugar and Salt: A Novel,” by Susan Wiggs
  • “The Necklace,” by Matthew Witten
  • “Black Dog,” by Stuart Woods
  • “Yesterday’s Gone,” by Cindy Woodsmall
  • “The Lost Girls,” by Heather Young
  • “Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow,” by Gabrielle Zevin


  • “Poe For Your Problems: Uncommon Advice from History’s Least Likely Self-Help Guru,” by Catherine Baab-Muguira
  • “Universal Human: Creating Authentic Power and the New Consciousness,” by Gary Zukav
  • “Jesus from Outer Space: What the Earliest Christians Really Believed About Christ,” by Richard Carrier
  • “Rapture 911: What to Do If You’re Left Behind,” by Marsha Kuhnley
  • “Thank You for Your Servitude: Donald Trump’s Washington and the Price of Submission,” by Mark Leibovich
  • “Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation,” by Candace Owens
  • “The Spy and the Traitor: The Greatest Espionage Story of the Cold War,” by Ben Macintyre
  • “Manufactured Insecurity: Mobile Home Parks and Americans’ Tenuous Right to Place,” by Esther Sullivan
  • “The Hour of Fate: Theodore Roosevelt, J.P. Morgan, and the Battle to Transform American Capitalism,” by Susan Berfield
  • “Master the ASVAB,” by Scott A. Ostrow
  • “The Things They Cannot Say: Stories Soldiers Won’t Tell You About What They’ve Seen, Done or Failed to Do in War,” by Kevin Sites
  • “Postal Exam Book,” by Abert B. Kim
  • “Foxfire Story: Oral Tradition in Southern Appalachia”
  • “McGraw-Hill Education 5 TEAS Practice Tests,” by Kathy A. Zahler
  • “The Doctors Blackwell: How Two Pioneering Sisters Brought Medicine to Women—And Women to Medicine,” by Janice P. Nimura
  • “Patient H.M.: A Story of Memory, Madness and Family Secrets,” by Luke Dittrich
  • “Native American Gardening: Buffalobird-Woman’s Guide to Traditional Methods,” by Waheenee
  • “Will Bonsall’s Essential Guide to Radical, Self-Reliant Gardening: Innovative Techniques for Growing Vegetables, Grains, and Perennial Food Crops with Minimal Fossil Fuel and Animal Inputs,” by Will Bonsall
  • “The Crevice Garden: How to Make the Perfect Home for Plants from Rocky Places,” by Kenton Seth
  • “A Collection of Favorite Recipes Compiled from Family and Friends of Trinity Mission of Hillsville”
  • “Woodlawn Middle School Recipe Book: 2011-2012 Volume 3”
  • “Point of View: A Fresh Look at Work, Faith, and Freedom,” by Elisabeth Hasselbeck
  • “Tailor Your Fiction Manuscript in 30 Days,” by Zoe M. McCarthy
  • “A Time to Reflect,” by Tammy L. Carter
  • “Poetry Potpourri,” by Annette Tarpley
  • “Two Hearts: A Journey into Heartfelt Poetry,” by Annette Tarpley
  • “The Girls Who Stepped Out of Line: Untold Stories of the Women Who Changed the Course of World War II,” by Mari K. Eder
  • “The Dressmaker of Auschwitz: The True Story of the Women Who Sewed to Survive,” by Lucy Adlington
  • “Upstairs at the White House: My Life with the First Ladies,” by J.B. West
  • “Liberty is Sweet: The Hidden History of the American Revolution,” by Woody Holton
  • “Peril,” by Bob Woodward
  • “Burn the Page: A True Story of Torching Doubts, Blazing Trails and Igniting Change,” by Danica Roem
  • “Los Asombrosos Resultados de Pensar Positivo,” by Norman Vincent Peale
  • “Plantas para la Salud: Guía Práctica de las Plantas Medicinales y Sus Virtudes Curativas,” by Teo Gonzalez


  • “The Death Records of Carroll County, Virginia, 1854-1896,” by Ronald W. Hall


  • “Ladyparts: A Memoir,” by Deborah Copaken
  • “Going There,” by Katie Couric
  • “The Nazis Knew My Name: A Remarkable Story of Survival and Courage in Auschwitz,” by Magda Hellinger
  • “White Like Her,” by Gail Lukasik


  • “Round Up the Usual Peacocks,” by Donna Andrews
  • “The Apple Creek Announcement,” by Wanda E. Brunstetter
  • “Gunman’s Pass,” by Ralph W. Cotton
  • “Pike’s Vengeance,” by John Legg
  • “Bless Your Heart, Rae Sutton,” by Susannah Lewis
  • “Counterfeit Lawman: A Ralph Compton Western,” by Jackson Lowry
  • “Texas Bound,” by Jason Manning
  • “Missing Pieces: 4 Puzzling Cozy Mysteries”
  • “Hidden Pictures,” by Jason Rekulak
  • “Last Kiss,” by Luanne Rice
  • “The It Girl,” by Ruth Ware
  • “Relative Justice,” by Robert Whitlow


  • “Freezing Order: A True Story of Money Laundering, Murder, and Surviving Vladimir Putin’s Wrath,” by Bill Browder
  • “The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry That Forged the Medieval World,” by Shelley Puhak


  • “5 Movies”
  • “8 Seconds”
  • “Carroll County Courthouse Tragedy. March 13, 2011 Presentation by Ron Hall”
  • “Archer Season One”
  • “Bloodsucking Bastards”
  • “Bomb Girls. Season 1”
  • “Bomb Girls. Season 2”
  • “Defending Your Life”
  • “For Queen and Country”
  • “Gattaca”
  • “A Killer Next Door”
  • “Lizzie Borden Took an Ax”
  • “The Lost City”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Second Season”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Third Season”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Fourth Season”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Fifth Season”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Sixth Season”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Seventh Season”
  • “Modern Family. The Complete Eighth Season”
  • “Stillwater”
  • “Thunder in the Hills”
  • “War Collection: 20 Movies”
  • “Xena, Warrior Princess. Season One”


  • “When She Dreams,” by Amanda Quick
  • “Dawnshard,” by Brandon Sanderson


  • “Daughter of Sparta,” by Claire M. Andrews
  • “Ship Breaker,” by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • “Tool of War,” by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • “The Drowned Cities,” by Paolo Bacigalupi
  • “The Morganville Vampires. Volume 1,” by Rachel Caine
  • “The House on Mango Street,” by Sandra Cisneros
  • “After Life: A Blue Bloods Novel,” by Melissa De la Cruz
  • “The Living,” by Matt de la Peña
  • “Horror Hotel,” by Victoria Fulton
  • “Descendant,” by S. M. Gaither
  • “Seven Things Not to Do When Everyone’s Trying to Kill You,” by Megan O’Russell
  • “Awake,” by Natasha Preston
  • “The Cabin,” by Natasha Preston
  • “The Lake,” by Natasha Preston
  • “The Twin,” by Natasha Preston
  • “The Cellar,” by Natasha Preston
  • “You Will Be Mine,” by Natasha Preston
  • “The Cure,” by K.A. Riley
  • “Revolver,” by Marcus Sedgwick
  • “Funny You Should Ask: A Novel,” by Elissa Sussman
  • “The Obsession,” by Jesse Q. Sutanto
  • “The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B,” by Teresa Toten
  • “Fight for Power,” by Eric Walters
  • “The Rule of Thre3,” by Eric Walters
  • “Will to Survive,” by Eric Walters
  • “En Llamas,” by Suzanne Collins
  • “Los Juegos del Hambre,” by Suzanne Collins
  • “…y No se lo Tragó la Tierra,” by Tomás Rivera
  • “Yo No Soy Ty Perfecta Hija Mexicana,” by Erika L. Sánchez
  • “No Somos de Aquí,” by Jenny Torres Sanchez


  • “Nightschool. 1 The Weirn Books,” by Svetlana Chmakova
  • “My Hero Academia. Vol. 6 Struggling,” by Kōhei Horikoshi
  • “My Hero Academia. Vol. 7 Katsuki Bakugo: Origin” by Kōhei Horikoshi
  • “Pandora. Libro Primero el Fin de los Días,” by J. Ang


  • “The Bad Guys,” by Aaron Blabey
  • “The Bad Guys in the Furball Strikes Back,” by Aaron Blabey
  • “The Bad Guys in Mission Unpluckable,” by Aaron Blabey
  • “Clash of the Worlds,” by Chris Columbus
  • “Ella the Rose Fairy,” by Daisy Meadows
  • “Diary of a Minecraft Zombie: A Scare of a Dare,” by Zack Zombie
  • “Diary of a Minecraft Zombie: Bullies and Buddies,” by Zack Zombie
  • “Diary of a Minecraft Zombie: When Nature Calls,” by Zack Zombie
  • “Diary of a Minecraft Zombie: Zombie Swap,” by Zack Zombie
  • “La Ley de Rodrick,” by Jeff Kinney
  • “Un Renacuajo,” by Jeff Kinney
  • “¡Esto es el Colmo!,” by Jeff Kinney
  • “El Dador,” by Lois Lowry
  • “Dragón y Sus Labores,” by Dav Pilkey
  • “Harry Potter y el Cáliz de Fuego,” by J.K. Rowling
  • “Harry Potter y el Misterio del Príncipe,” by J.K. Rowling
  • “Harry Potter y las Reliquias de la Muerte,” by J.K. Rowling
  • “Yo, Naomi Leon,” by Pam Ryan


  • “The Plastic Problem: 60 Small Ways to Reduce Waste and Help Save the Earth,” by Aubre Andrus
  • “I Ate Sunshine for Breakfast: A Celebration of Plants Around the World,” by Michael Holland
  • “Battle Royale: 5 Books in 1!,” by Jerry Pallotta
  • “Extreme Animal Rumble: 5 Books in 1!,” by Jerry Pallotta
  • “Mistakes That Worked: The World’s Familiar Inventions and How They Came to Be,” by Charlotte Foltz Jones
  • “Calling All Witches!: The Girls Who Left Their Mark on the Wizarding World,” by Laurie Calkhoven


  • “Care Bears, Friends Forever”


  • “The Cookie Fiasco,” by Dan Santat
  • “Goodnight, Girls,” by Samantha Brooke
  • “Get Dressed Sasquatch!,” by Kyle Sullivan
  • “Goodnight Krampus,” by Kyle Sullivan
  • “Corduroy,” by Don Freeman
  • “Pete el Gato and His Four Groovy Buttons,” by James Dean
  • “Pete el Gato: I Love My White Shoes,” by Eric Litwin
  • “Yo Soy,” by Raquel Diaz Reguera
  • “Yo Voy Conmigo,” by Raquel Diaz Reguera
  • “How to Fold a Taco = Cómo Doblar Un Taco,” by Naibe Reynoso
  • “Dragones y Tacos,” by Adam Rubin
  • “Donde Viven Los Monstruos,” by Maurice Sendak
  • “Hija,” by Ariel Almada
  • “La Luz de Lucía,” by Margarita del Mazo
  • “Una Vista Perfecta,” by Justin Lambe
  • “El Pez Pucheros,” by Deborah Diesen
  • “A Contar Besitos,”by Karen Katz
  • “Ten Little Fingers: Tengo Diez Deditos,” by Teresa Mlawer
  • “Don’t Eat Me, Chupacabra! = ¡No me comas, Chupacabra!: A Delicious Story with Digestible Spanish Vocabulary,” by Kyle Sullivan
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    Galax Public Library
    610 West Stuart Drive
    Galax, Virginia 24333
    Phone: (276)236-2351
    Fax: (276) 236-5153

    Branch Manager:
    Tara Northrup

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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:
    Jessi Campbell

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    101 Beaver Dam Road
    P.O. Box 1629
    Hillsville, Virginia 24343
    Business Office: (276) 728-2228
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    Fax: (276) 728-3830

    Branch Manager: June Pike

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