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August 2022 Staff Picks

Amee: The Littlest Library by Poppy Alexander (women’s)

Jess makes a fresh start in a new village after losing her job and her beloved grandmother. Setting up a library in an old telephone box, brings friendship, community, and love into her life. For those of you who enjoy reading Jenny Colgan, give The Littlest Library a try!


Other reads for August

6:10 Man by David Baldacci (suspense)

Storm Front by Jim Butcher (fantasy/mystery)

On My Papa’s Shoulders by Niki Daly (picture book)


Dawn: The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld (thriller)

This is a suspenseful novel about a missing child being searched for by a woman that, at one time, was missing herself.


Karen: Book Lovers by Emily Henry (women’s)

Library agent visits a small southern town to re-connect with her sister. Instead, she finds an unfriendly book editor she has clashed with before.


Mary: The Last Dress From Paris by Jade Beer (historical)

A granddaughter is sent to Paris to retrieve a Dior dress from her grandmother’s past. There she learns about her grandmother’s life as a young woman.

Megan: If You Find a Leaf by Aimée Sicuro (children’s)

When a child collects fall leaves, a whole world is created as she imagines what a leaf could be. It can be a boat, or a hat, or a hot-air balloon to take you high above the trees. Here is a story that celebrates the fall season and encourages children to let every leaf spark a new idea. -Book cover.



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