Patrons sometimes inquire about subjects they are interested in and are delighted to find that such books are available.With that thought in mind, the librarians who select books for the collection have agreed to contribute microbibliographies for periodic inclusion in this publication. Ex-mercenary Thobela Mpayipheli becomes a vigilante to avenge his son’s murder.Most books and magazines listed in are available free of charge to eligible readers for download.To use the BARD service, contact your cooperating Library or visit gov for more information.These books are listed alphabetically within the headings Adult Fiction and Adult Nonfiction by subject category, author last name, and title. N., in the War of the Pacific, 1879 DB75151 12 hours 36 minutes by Robert N. Bruce Cameron read by Chuck Young Through four lifetimes a dog finds his reason for being. Reincarnated as a golden retriever, he bonds with an eight-year-old named Ethan. The Cardturner: A Novel about a King, a Queen, and a Joker DB75148 7 hours 32 minutes by Louis Sachar read by Ken Jackson Seventeen-year-old Alton turns cards for his wealthy uncle Lester, a champion bridge player who lost his vision to diabetes. Schmidt Steps Back DB75612 14 hours 20 minutes by Louis Begley read by Gary Telles Retired lawyer Schmidt is in love with Alice, the Parisian widow of a former colleague, with whom he has had an on-again, off-again affair. On January 1, 1900, a lost infant, Pajarita, miraculously reappears.For example the title by Leo Tolstoy would be listed in Adult Fiction under the Classics subject category and by the last name Tolstoy. Macomber read by Ray Foushee Lieutenant Commander Peter Wake serves as the official American naval observer during the War of the Pacific off the coast of South America, then goes to Panama, where the French are building a canal. After returning to life as a K-9 unit German shepherd, his final journey reunites him with an aged Ethan. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly DB77919 3 hours 6 minutes by Sun-mi Hwang read by Margaret Strom Sprout, an egg-laying hen, longs to escape from the coop, hatch an egg, and watch the birth of her chick. Girl, Stolen DB71997 4 hours 45 minutes by April Henry read by Kate Kiley Griffin steals a Cadillac Escalade SUV only to discover sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder huddled in the backseat. Alton becomes intrigued by his eccentric relative, the game of bridge, and a mysterious girl. Meanwhile, he continues to struggle with his daughter Charlotte, whose in-laws want Schmidt’s fortune. Her daughter Eva finds solace in poetry in the 1940s, and Pajarita’s granddaughter Salom‚ gets caught up in 1960s revolutionary fervor. Applegate read by Saskia Maarleveld Final four volumes of a twelve-book series.Previous chats have covered subjects such as remaining independent despite low vision, detecting early signs of macular degeneration, and using assistive devices for low vision.Participants must register online to take part in the discussions.
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Note: A notice may appear immediately following the book description to indicate occurrences of violence, strong language, or descriptions of sex. Meanwhile Wake’s family struggles back in Washington, D. One day she breaks free into the wider world and learns to survive with other animals. While Griffin tries to figure out what to do with her, Cheyenne attempts to escape, using her blindness to her advantage. Some violence, some strong language, and some descriptions of sex. The Shortest Way Home DB75933 13 hours 26 minutes by Juliette Fay read by Catherine Byers After years of working abroad, Sean Doran returns home to Massachusetts at his sister’s insistence. Ray of Hope DB77398 9 hours 54 minutes by Vanessa Davis Griggs read by Madelyn Buzzard Seventy-five-year-old Rayna “Ma Ray” Towers offers to take in her two rebellious teenaged granddaughters, Sahara and Crystal, for the summer when they become too much for their mother Lenora to handle. The Last Summer of the Camperdowns DB78019 10 hours 46 minutes by Elizabeth Kelly read by Mare Trevathan Cape Cod, 1972. The Salt God’s Daughter DB75750 9 hours 49 minutes by Ilie Ruby read by Mare Trevathan Sisters Ruthie and Dolly drift with their mother, a free spirit who plans her life around an almanac, until her death leaves them in the care of nuns. The Beach Trees DB74348 14 hours 51 minutes by Karen White read by Jill Fox Julie Holt becomes the guardian of her late friend Monica’s five-year-old son Beau and inherits a beach house in Biloxi, Mississippi. David, Christopher, April, and Jalil continue their dangerous adventures in the strange parallel world of Everworld and still search for answers. The Hum and the Shiver DB78121 8 hours 19 minutes by Alex Bledsoe read by Mare Trevathan When injured war hero Bronwyn Hyatt returns home to Needsville, Tennessee, she is confronted with omens of death. The Last Dark: The Last Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, Book 4 DB77614 28 hours 27 minutes by Stephen R.