SORRY! We may not be as up to date on this info at this time due to our current focus on handling the COVID situation for our patrons and staff. Sarah did add a few new ones to her list, though.
Mr. Wilson Makes It Home: How One Little Dog Brought Us Hope, Happiness, and Closure by Michael Morse The little dog in this story looks just like my dog!
Sisters of the Confederacy by Lauraine Snelling (audiobook)
This is an exciting story of how two sisters make their way through the Civil War. It's an easy book to listen to while driving!
Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators by Ronan Farrow Just need to find out what is going on in this country.
We Must be Brave - Audiobook - Another WWII story. This one is good!
My Life in a Cat House : True Tales of Love, Laughter, and Living With Five Felines - I cannot have kitties in my house due to allergies, but I love cats. Now I can enjoy my feline friends through a story!
Sarah's Usually Slightly Oddball Picks
The Boy, the Mole... by Charlie Mackesy - a book which fits no description. Such good messages. Heartwarming.
Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World - Ivy experiences the loss of her house and the discovery that she likes GIRLS! Heartfelt Juv. Fiction.
Being Jazz: My Life as a (Transgender) Teen - YA nonfiction by the country's youngest and most famous MTF transgender person.
A Redbird Christmas - Oh, yeah. This is why I like rereading Fannie Flagg novels. They are always heartwarming and everything turns out fine in the end.