BOISE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Canada by Richard Ford
Adult fiction. Richard Ford has crafted serious and hypnotic prose before, particularly in his stories collected in A Multitude of Sins and Rock Springs. No doubt this is a hard tale of teenage twins abandoned by strange and desperate parents who rob a bank and go to prison, leaving their children to separate troubled futures and, in Dell Parsons case, more tragedy before adulthood is grasped.
EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Something Red by Douglas Nicholas
Adult fiction. Set in 13th century England, this novel presents an enchanting world full of mysterious and fascinating characters shapeshifters, sorceresses, warrior monks and knights. It is a clever combination of history, horror, mystery and magic.
MERIDIAN PUBLIC LIBRARY
Winter Hiking and Camping by Molly Absolon
Adult nonfiction. In Winter Hiking and Camping you will discover how to prepare for your trip, choose proper equipment, select safe and warm clothing, make snow shelters and set up tents on snow, cook delicious winter cuisine, stay safe in the snowy backcountry and make a winter camping repair kit.
ADA COMMUNITY LIBRARY
Marzi: A Memoir by Marzena Sowa
Adult nonfiction graphic novel. A memoir of a young girl growing up in Poland under the communist regime at the end of WWII, this cleverly drawn and simply told recollection offers insight into a place and time little understood of a decade of major transitions. Day-to-day struggles and triumphs for herself, her family and community help promote understanding in an effective and visually interesting manner.
GARDEN CITY LIBRARY
Eyewitness to World War II: Unforgettable Stories and Photographs from Historys Greatest Conflict by Stephen Hyslop, Neil Kagan
Adult nonfiction. So many today have received only a brief overview of the great struggle past Americans faced. These homefront and battlefield first-person accounts, along with rare and fantastic images, paint a real and intimate portrait of the personal experience of war. More than 20 maps detail military movements and battles.
NAMPA PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Time of the Wolf by James Wilde
Adult fiction. 1062, a time many fear is the End of Days. With the English King Edward heirless and ailing, across the gray seas in Normandy the brutal William the Bastard waits for the moment when he can drown England in a tide of blood. But the hopes of resisting the naked ambition of the Norman duke come to rest with just one man: Hereward. To stay alive he must carve a bloody swath from the frozen lands outside the court, in this evocative tale of a man whose deeds will become the stuff of legend.