2019

The Saracen: A Tale of Medival Spain

By Lynna Banning - Published 2019

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The Reconquista in 12th-century Spain comes alive in this tale of conflict and love between Christians and Saracens, also called Moors. Young Christian ...Read Review

Death of a Dove

By Griselda Gifford - Published 2019

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Children/Young Adult

Griselda Gifford is a prolific writer of children’s books, and her latest is aimed at the teenage and young adult end of ...Read Review

Last Days of the Morning Calm

By Tina Jimin Walton - Published 2019

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Children/Young Adult

Korea, 1895. Ji-nah believes something very wrong is happening, but she can’t fit the pieces together. After a long absence, her guardian abruptly ...Read Review

Chickasaw Adventures: The Complete Collection

By Tom Lyle - Published 2019

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Children/Young AdultTime-slip

Fifteen years ago, Chickasaw Adventures was released as a series of seven graphic novels, illustrated by Marvel and DC Comics artist Tom Lyle. ...Read Review

For to See The Elephant: A Novel in Verse

By Tammi J. Truax - Published 2019

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Children/Young Adult

Elephants bury and mourn their dead. Their bones are sacred, and their bonds are strong. This novel-in-verse relates how capitalism and the worst ...Read Review

Not My Father’s House: A Novel of Old New Mexico

By Loretta Miles Tollefson - Published 2019

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Western

Teenage bride Suzanna Locke is a city girl, if you can call Taos, New Mexico in the early 1800s a city. Now she’...Read Review

The Berlin Airlift: The World’s Largest Ever Air Supply Operation (Images of Aviation)

By John Grehan - Published 2019

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MilitaryNonfiction

This book is worth having for the illustrations alone.  The 1940’s were the golden age for black and white photojournalism and The Berlin ...Read Review

The Spanish Flu Epidemic and Its Influence on History

By Jaime Breitnauer - Published 2019

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Nonfiction

The influenza pandemic of 1918, which killed between 50 and 100 million people worldwide, dwarfed the catastrophe of the First World War – except that it did ...Read Review

The Day the Sun Fell

By Bun Hashizume - Published 2019

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Nonfiction

On August 6, 1945, fourteen-year-old Bun Hashizume started her day in Hiroshima under a serene, blue sky. She walked along the road on her way ...Read Review

The Eye of Ra

By Ben Gartner - Published 2019

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Children/Young AdultTime-slip

During a hike in the Colorado mountains, John and Sarah find a cave with a strange marking carved inside. When Sarah traces its ...Read Review