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April 2019

Staff Picks

Amee: The Lost Man by Jane Harper. The reader is introduced to two brothers, Nathan and Bub as they stand over the body of their brother, Cam. The book is set in the harsh landscape of Queensland, Australia. The book is

a good, twisty mystery which leaves you wondering until the end who killed Cam.

Karen: Queen Victoria: Twenty-Four Days That Changed Her Life by Lucy Worsley.

Mary: The Victory Garden by Rhys Bowen. A novel of a woman’s love and sacrifice during the First World War.

Megan: Fame, Fate, and the First Kiss by Kasie West. One of my favorite YA authors. A cute romance with a

mystery intertwined. Fear the Bunny by Richard T. Morris. In this cute picture book bunnies rule the forest not

Tigers. This is a reimaging of William Blake’s famous poem “The Tyger.” A funny and adorable family read.

Heather: The movie Ben is Back was fascinating. I really enjoyed it. One of Julia Roberts best dramatic roles.

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