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March 2021 staff picks

Amee: Eleanor by David Michaelis- My first staff pick is really a recommendation from a patron for Eleanor by David Michaelis.  A thoroughly researched biography of the life of Eleanor Roosevelt. 

Shed No Tears by Caz Frear- I feel I need to apologize for always sharing a mystery staff pick, but it really is my favorite genre.  Shed No Tears by Caz Frear is the third installment of the Detective Constable Cat Kinsella series. DC Kinsella solves crimes for the Metropolitan Police while trying to conceal her family ties to organized crime.  


Karen: Clanlands: Whiskey, Warfare, and a Scottish Adventure Like No Other by Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish- Outlander stars travel Scotland by bus. Very funny.

Mary: The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah- Historical fiction set in the 1930’s. The story is about a courageous woman, Elsa, and her struggles to take care of her family during the great depression/dust bowl era. Another beautifully written story by Hannah.

Megan: Spring Stinks by Ryan T. Higgins- Fans of the Mother Bruce series this is a must read! Bruce the grumpy bear is back in this funny book about the many smells of spring. Will Ruth the bunny get Bruce to like the smells of spring? Read and find out!

Katie: All Stirred Up: A Novel by Brianne Moore- Inspired by Jane Austen’s Persuasion. Susan Napier returns to save her family’s dying legacy, but found the ghosts of her past

alive and well.


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