New Books

Selected new titles from the circulating and reference collections are posted here regularly. The circulating titles may be found on the new books shelf near the library entrance, while the reference titles have been shelved with the collection.

Featured New Books

JANUARY 2019 New Books 

  • 21 lessons for the 21st century by Yuval N. Harari.
  • A brief history of time: from the big bang to black holes by Stephen Hawking.
  • Climate Justice: hope, resilience, and the fight for a sustainable future by Mary Robinson.
  • Copyright for teachers and librarians by Rebecca P. Butler.
  • Daemon voices: on stories and storytelling by Philip Pullman.
  • Drugging our children: how profiteers are pushing antipsychotics on our youngest, and what we can do to stop it by Sharna Olfman, Robbins, and Dean Brent.
  • Fins: Harley Earl, the rise of General Motors, and the glory days of Detroit by William Knoedelseder.
  • Flat broke with children: women in the age of welfare reform by Sharon Hays.
  • The history of policing America: from militias and military to the law enforcement of today by Laurence French.
  • How the Internet happened: from Netscape to the iPhone by Brian McCullough.
  • How to be less stupid about race: on racism, White supremacy, and the racial divide by Crystal Marie Fleming.
  • Immigrant experiences: why immigrants come to the United States and what they find when they get here by Walter A. Ewing.
  • The meat racket: the secret takeover of America’s food business by Christopher Leonard.
  • Mothers of the military: support and politics during wartime by Wendy M. Christensen.
  • The myths of standardized tests: why they don’t tell you what you think they do by Phillip Harris.
  • Nine perfect strangers by Liane Moriarty.
  • Switch: how to change things when change is hard by Chip Heath.
  • The tangled tree: a radical new history of life by David Quammen.
  • Think: why you should question everything by Guy P. Harrison.
  • Women of the blue & gray: true Civil War stories of mothers, medics, soldiers, and spies by Marianne Monson.