What's new at your Treasure Valley libraries

May 19, 2013 

BOISE PUBLIC LIBRARY

www.boisepubliclibrary.org

"Buzz About Bees" by Kari-Lynn Winters

Juvenile nonfiction. Using large text and big bright pictures, this book gives lots of good information about the science, history and lives of bees.

MERIDIAN PUBLIC LIBRARY

www.mld.org

"Keeping Safe the Stars" by Sheila O'Connor

Teen fiction. Pride, Nightingale and Baby Star are orphaned siblings united by fierce loyalty to one another, with only their grandpa, Old Finn, to care for them. When he falls gravely ill and is shuttled off to a hospital far from home, it is up to Pride to protect her family. But keeping the Stars safe turns out to be a big job, and their scheme quickly unravels.

EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

www.eaglepubliclibrary.org

"The Trivia Lover's Guide to the World: Geography for the Lost and Found" by Gary Fuller

Adult nonfiction. Fuller uses trivia to open new worlds of knowledge for the reader. He provides clear illustrations and thorough explanations for each question.

ADA COMMUNITY LIBRARY

www.adalib.org

"The Underwater Welder" by Jeff Lemire

Adult fiction graphic novel. Jack had a job as an underwater welder on an oil rig off the coast of Nova Scotia. His wife is about to give birth to their first child. Childhood recollections and a potentially oxygen deprived hallucination cause him to relive unresolved memories then place them alongside his current reality.

GARDEN CITY LIBRARY

www.notaquietlibrary.org

"Requiem" by Lauren Oliver

Young adult fiction. In the exciting and highly anticipated conclusion to her Delirium trilogy, Lauren Oliver effortlessly ties together the story of a forbidden romance and trying friendships in a dystopian United States. Written from two perspectives, one of Lena, having joined the resistance and at the center of a rebellion, and one of Hana, living a safe, loveless life engaged to a mayor's son.

NAMPA PUBLIC LIBRARY

www.nampalibrary.org

"The Marble Queen" by Stephanie J. Blake

Juvenile fiction. Freedom Jane McKenzie isn't good at following rules, just at getting into trouble and playing marbles. All she wants is to show the boys in the neighborhood that she's the best. Set in 1959 in Idaho Falls, this is a timeless story.

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