BOISE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Hello, Mommy Zooborns! by Shanda Trent
Picture book. Flamingo, anteater and marmot babies are just a few of the animals found in this book about zoo babies and their moms. Colorful pictures and easy-to-read text make this a great first book for beginning readers.
MERIDIAN PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Threads of the Heart by Carole Martinez
Adult fiction. Frasquita possesses a gift that has been passed down to the women in her family for generations. From rags and rough fabric, she can create gowns so magnificent that they bestow a blinding beauty on whoever wears them. But Frasquitas gift incites others jealousy. She is hounded and eventually banished from her home. What follows is an extraordinary adventure as her exile becomes a quest for a better life.
EAGLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Law and Disorder by John Douglas
Adult nonfiction. John Douglas, the FBIs pioneer of criminal profiling, brings a provocative and personal look at our criminal justice system. With meticulous detail, he re-creates his findings in the JonBenet Ramsey murder, the bungled trial of Amanda Knox, and other high-profile cases.
ADA COMMUNITY LIBRARY
Benediction by Kent Haruf
Adult fiction. This author writes about small-town life in the high plains of Colorado, an area with dryland farming and sun-toughened people. The residents of Holt are watching the end of local hardware store owner Dad Lewis.
His next-door neighbor has taken in her young granddaughter, and Haruf has both tenderly and uncompromisingly given the reader the gift of watching his life unfold and blend with the lives of the folks around him.
GARDEN CITY LIBRARY
Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography, From Grantham to the Falklands by Charles Moore
Adult nonfiction. The Iron Lady was made of much more than steel. Charles Moore had exclusive privilege to interview the late Mrs. Thatcher and also her family, friends and colleagues. In this first volume of authorized biography, Moore presents an extensive history on the woman who entered the political playing field during a time period dominated by male leadership, and who came to be known around the world as one of the most substantial leaders of our epoch.
NAMPA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Chose the Wrong Guy, Gave Him the Wrong Finger by Beth Harbison
Adult fiction. Running away with her fiances brother after he convinces her that he loves her more and that the man she was about to marry has been unfaithful, Ashley Barton takes a job at a bridal shop. When the relationship also fails, the situation leads to an explosive confrontation 17 years later.