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

 

April 2019 New Books

Accessible America: a history of disability and design by Bess Williamson.

The alt-right: what everyone needs to know by George Hawley.

The art of the Roman Empire AD 100-450 by Jaś Elsner.

Beyond bullet points by Cliff Atkinson.

The book of Boy by Catherine Gilbert Murdock.

Dictionary of gestures: expressive comportments and movements in use around the world by François Caradec.

Earth-shattering: violent supernovas, galactic explosions, biological mayhem, nuclear meltdowns, and other hazards to life in our universe by Bob Berman.

The genesis of Roman architecture by John North Hopkins.

Grand Canyon by Jason Chin.

Headcase: LGBTQ writers & artists on mental health and wellness by Stephanie Schroeder and Teresa Theophano.

Inventing American tradition: from the Mayflower to Cinco de Mayo by Jack David Eller.

Likewar: the weaponization of social media by P.W. Singer.

Miles Morales: Spider Man by Brian M. Bendis.

The Oxford handbook of Greek and Roman art and architecture by Deborah Steiner.

The past and other things that should stay buried by Shaun David Hutchinson.

Planting stories: the life of librarian and storyteller Pura Belpré by Anika Denise.

The priory of the orange tree by Samantha Shannon.

Raymie nightingale by Kate DiCamillo.

The river: a novel by Peter Heller.

Women rowing north: navigating life’s currents and flourishing as we age by Mary Bray Pipher.

 

DVDs

Aquaman directed by James Wan.

Bumblebee directed by Travis Knight.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald directed by David Yates.

Favorite directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.

If Beale Street Could Talk directed by Barry Jenkins.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse directed by Peter Ramsey.

A Star is Born directed by Bradley Cooper.

Vice directed by Adam McKay.