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Kate DiCamillo, Chris Van Dusen
Description: When a pig named Mercy arrives at the Watsons' front door, she brings love and chaos to their lives.
Call Number: E DiC
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Michael Dahl
Description: It's Zoo Day, and the adjectives can't wait for all the furry, fuzzy, feathered, noisy, wet, and sweet things. The perfect pairing of solid grammar basics and plenty of goofiness, this illustrated parts-of-speech adventure teaches and entertains all at once. Incredible!
Call Number: E Dah
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Vince Flynn
Description: First in the Mitch Rapp series: Before he was considered a CIA superagent, before he was thought of as a terrorist’s worst nightmare, and before he was both loathed and admired by the politicians on Capitol Hill, Mitch Rapp was a gifted college athlete without a care in the world . . . and then tragedy struck.
Format: eAudiobook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Douglas Wood, Elizabeth Sayles
Description: "Americans are different from one another in many ways. And despite these differences, Americans share certain ways of doing and being that hold us all together. From the Fourth of July to the Bill of Rights, Douglas Wood and Elizabeth Sayles share the story of what it is to be American." -- Amazon.com.
Call Number: E Woo
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Kate DiCamillo, Jorjeana Marie
Description: Beverly Tapinski has run away from home plenty of times, but that was when she was just a kid. By now, she figures, it's not running away. It's leaving. Determined to make it on her own, Beverly finds a job and a place to live and tries to forget about her dog, Buddy, now buried underneath the orange trees back home; her friend Raymie, whom she left without a word; and her mom, Rhonda, who has never cared about anyone but herself. Beverly doesn't want to depend on anyone, and she definitely doesn't want anyone to depend on her. But despite her best efforts, she can't help forming connections with the people around her, and gradually, she learns to see herself through their eyes.
Call Number: J FIC DiC
Format: Audiobook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Jonathan Friesen
Description: "When her carry-on bag is accidentally switched with Elias's identical pack, Clara uses the luggage tag to track down her things. At that address she discovers there is not one Elias Phinn, but two"--Provided by publisher.
Call Number: YA FIC Fri
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Lorna Landvik, Lorna Landvik
Description: When Haze Evans first appeared in the small-town newspaper, she earned fans by writing a story about her bachelor uncle who brought a Queen of the Rodeo to Thanksgiving dinner. Now, fifty years later, when the beloved columnist suffers a massive stroke and falls into a coma, publisher Susan McGrath fills the void (temporarily, she hopes) with Haze's past columns, along with the occasional reprinted responses from readers. Most letters were favorable, although Haze did have her trolls; one Joseph Snell in particular dubbed her "liberal" ideas the "chronicles of a radical hag." Framed by news stories of half a century and annotated with the town's chorus of voices, Haze's story unfolds, as do those of others touched by the Granite Creek Gazette. With her customary warmth and wit, Lorna Landvik summons a lifetime at once lost and recovered, a complicated past that speaks with knowing eloquence to a confused present. Her topical but timeless Chronicles of a Radical Hag reminds us-sometimes with a subtle touch, sometimes with gobsmacking humor-of the power of words and of silence, as well as the wonder of finding in each other what we never even knew we were missing.
Format: eAudiobook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Robert Bly
Description: A culmination for Robert Bly's lifelong intellectual adventure, Collected Poems presents the full magnitude of his body of work. Bly has long been the voice of transcendentalism and meditative mysticism for his generation; every stage of his work is warmed by his devotion to the art of poetry and his affection for the varied worlds that inspire him. Collected Poems gathers the fourteen volumes of his works into one place. A monumental poetic achievement, Collected Poems makes clear why poets and lovers of poetry have long looked to Robert Bly for emotional authenticity, moral authority, and artistic inspiration.-- From publisher's description.
Call Number: 811 Bly
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Tim O'Brien
Description: In 2003, as an older father, O'Brien resolved to give his young sons what he wished his own father had given to him: a few scraps of paper signed "Love, Dad." Maybe a word of advice. Maybe a sentence or two about some long-ago Christmas Eve. Maybe some scattered glimpses of their aging father, a man they might never really know. In this book, O'Brien moves from soccer games to warfare to risqué lullabies, from alcoholism to magic shows to history lessons to bittersweet bedtime stories, but always returning to a father's soul-saving love for his sons. -- adapted from jacket
Call Number: B OBr
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
David Housewright
Description: Mac McKenzie series book 16: "Louise Wykoff is arguably the most recognizable woman living in Minnesota, known for her presence in over one hundred paintings by the late and brilliant Randolph McInnis. Louise, known better as "That Wykoff Woman," was just a young apprentice when her intimate representation and the fact of the McInnis's marriage caused rumors to fly--and Louise to hide away for decades. All of McInnis's paintings are in museums or known private collections, until Louise confesses to having three more that no one has ever heard of--and now they've been stolen. Rushmore McKenzie, an occasional unlicensed private investigator, agrees to look into the theft. As he investigates, following clues that appear far too straightforward, he finds himself on the wrong side of the bars wondering if the trail might be deeper and darker than he's been led to believe. Hours away from St. Paul, deep in the nature of Grand Marais, the truth seems murkier--and deadlier--than anyone could have ever expected"-- Book jacket.
Call Number: FIC Hou
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Alison McGhee
Description: Brother chronicles life with his frequently-annoying Sister, from the time she is born until she is ten and he leaves for college, through a series of letters and drawings.
Call Number: J FIC McG
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Douglas Wood
Description: Deep Woods, Wild Waters traces the winding path that carried Douglas Wood from one wonder of nature to the next, through a landscape of rocks, woods, and waters, with stops along the way for questions and reflections that link human nature to the larger mysteries of the natural world. Like life itself, the author's way is not linear. One landmark leads back to a favorite campsite, another prompts him to consider the "gospel of rocks," another launches him into the wilderness beyond the stars--a contemplation of time and space and humanity's place in all of it. Wood brings all his storytelling and bushwhacking skills to bear as he takes us hurtling down wild rapids, crossing stormy lakes, or simply navigating the treacherous currents and twisty trails of everyday life. He maps a journey that "anyone can take, through a landscape anyone can know."--From statement at Amazon.com.
Call Number: 508.776 Woo
Format: Book
Date Added: May 23, 2018
Dave Page, Jeff Krueger
Description: Fitzgerald scholar Dave Page offers a fresh look at the young F. Scott Fitzgerald and his St. Paul friends and neighbors. Readers will learn about--and recognize--the sources for the characters and the places he wrote about--as well as understand why St. Paul so inspired him. Fitzgerald fans already know and love some of the enchanting and mischievous characters that populate his early novels and short stories. Many of Fitzgerald's characters and tales were based on real people and events from the young writer's life, set against the socioeconomic times of the Jazz Age, where he perceived a great gulf between the haves and the have-nots in his hometown. F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota combines insights into the writer's early career with the rich architectural history of St. Paul, taking readers into the homes and places he frequented. Jeff Krueger's color photographs of homes still standing are supplemented by historic photographs of lives well lived in old St. Paul.-- From statement provided by publisher.
Call Number: 813.09 Fit
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Erin Hart, Jennifer. 1968- McMahon
Description: The Irish landscape holds secrets past and present as archaeologist Cormac O'Callaghan and pathologist Nora Gavin encounter a mystery when a decapitated woman is found in the bogs who may be related to a recent mother/child disappearance.
Call Number: FIC Har
Format: Audiobook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Emily Fridlund
Description: "Fourteen-year-old Linda lives with her parents in the beautiful, austere woods of northern Minnesota, where their nearly abandoned commune stands as a last vestige of a lost counter-culture world. Isolated at home and an outlander at school, Linda is drawn to the enigmatic, attractive Lily and new history teacher Mr. Grierson. When Mr. Grierson is charged with possessing child pornography, the implications of his arrest deeply affect Linda as she wrestles with her own fledgling desires and craving to belong. And then the young Gardner family moves in across the lake and Linda finds herself welcomed into their home as a babysitter for their little boy, Paul. It seems that her life finally has purpose but with this new sense of belonging she is also drawn into secrets she doesn't understand. Over the course of a few days, Linda makes a set of choices that reverberate throughout her life. As she struggles to find a way out of the sequestered world into which she was born, Linda confronts the life-and-death consequences of the things people do-and fail to do-for the people they love."-- Provided by publisher.
Call Number: LP FIC Fri
Format: Large Print
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Danez Smith
Description: Homie is Danez Smith's anthem about the saving grace of friendship. Rooted in the loss of one of Smith's close friends, this book comes out of the search for joy and intimacy within a nation where both can seem scarce and getting scarcer. In poems of rare power and generosity, Smith acknowledges that in a country overrun by violence, xenophobia, and disparity, and in a body defined by race, queerness, and diagnosis, it can be hard to survive, even harder to remember reasons for living. Part friendship diary, part elegy, part war cry, Homie is the new book written for Danez and for Danez's friends and for you and for yours.-- From statement provided by publisher.
Call Number: 811 Smi
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
P. J Tracy
Description: Tenth in the Monkeewrench series: It's a bitter winter in Minnesota--too cold to kill. There hasn't been a murder for a month, but the lull quickly comes to an end for Detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth, when they're called to the gruesome homicide of Kelly Ramage. Found in a friend's vacant house, this was no random attack, and clues reveal that she was living a very dangerous secret life. Magozzi and Gino trace her steps back to an art gallery where she was last seen alive. The gallery seems like a dead end, but the art is disturbing and exploitative. It may very well be inspiring a sadistic killer, because in this instance, art doesn't imitate life, it imitates death. Tipped off about a year-old murder that is a mirror-image of Kelly's crime scene, Gino and Magozzi enlist the aid of Grace MacBride and her eccentric, tech genius partners in Monkeewrench Software to help them decipher the digital trail that might connect the cases. As coincidences emerge, Magozzi, Gino, and the team have to work around the clock at breakneck pace to unravel a series of clues that form the framework of a larger, more sweeping, and insidious conspiracy than any of them could have imagined. Is Kelly the last person to die or just the most recent? And is there any way to stop it?
Format: eBook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
William Kent Krueger
Description: First book in the Cork O'Connor series: In a small town in Minnesota a hated judge is found dead under suspicious circumstances. Former sheriff Cork O'Connor investigates if there is a connection between the judge's death, an Indian casino and the disappearance of a young Ojibwa Indian.
Format: eBook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
David LaRochelle, Jaime Kim
Description: Some days are harder to get through than others, but when you're sad, or lonely, or angry, it helps to remember these words: the Isle of You. Take a moment to shake off your worries, then set sail to a land where your dreams can come true. Soar on the back of an eagle, hunt for treasure, watch dancing polar bears on roller skates -- anything you can imagine is yours.--Provided by publisher.
Call Number: E LaR
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Sarah Stonich
Description: Bitter winters are nothing new in Hatchet Inlet, hard up against the ridge of the Laurentian Divide, but the advent of spring can’t thaw the community’s collective grief, lingering since a senseless tragedy the previous fall. What is different this year is what’s missing: Rauri Paar, the last private landowner in the Reserve, whose annual emergence from his remote iced-in islands marks the beginning of spring and the promise of a kinder season
Format: eAudiobook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams
Description: A year in the life of two young girls growing up on the Wisconsin frontier, as they help their mother with the daily chores, enjoy their father's stories and singing, and share special occasions when they get together with relatives or neighbors.
Call Number: J FIC Wil
Format: Book
Date Added: Nov 19, 2016
Sinclair Lewis, Grant Wood
Description: Raised in free-thinking St. Paul, Carol Milford is slightly disheartened when she marries Dr. Will Kennicott, moves to a rural town, and reverts to a life of domesticity. Although her husband is not to blame for her unhappiness, Carol quickly becomes disillusioned and begins to contemplate leaving the good doctor.
Call Number: FIC Lew
Format: Book
Date Added: May 23, 2018
Mary Casanova
Description: When Kit arrives in Kentucky to visit her aunt and brother she finds trouble brewing and locals blaming the CCC workers, leaving Kit to find the real culprit before things get worse.
Call Number: J FIC Cas
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Michael Hall
Description: "Monkey tries to catch the brightly colored--and tasty-looking--minutes on the minute tree in his forest. Introduces basic concepts about time and how time passes and is measured"-- Provided by publisher.
Call Number: E Hal
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Allen Eskens
Description: After fifteen years of growing up in the Ozark hills with his widowed mother, high-school freshman Boady Sanden is beyond ready to move on. He dreams of glass towers and cityscapes, driven by his desire to be anywhere other than Jessup, Missouri. The new kid at St. Ignatius High School, if he isn't being pushed around, he is being completely ignored. Even his beloved woods, his playground as a child and his sanctuary as he grew older, seem to be closing in on him, suffocating him. Then Thomas Elgin moves in across the road, and Boady's life begins to twist and turn. Coming to know the Elgins--a black family settling into a community where notions of "us" and "them" carry the weight of history--forces Boady to rethink his understanding of the world he's taken for granted. Secrets hidden in plain sight begin to unfold: the mother who wraps herself in the loss of her husband, the neighbor who carries the wounds of a mysterious past that he holds close, the quiet boss who is fighting his own hidden battle. But the biggest secret of all is the disappearance of Lida Poe, the African-American woman who keeps the books at the local plastics factory. Word has it that Ms. Poe left town, along with a hundred thousand dollars of company money. Although Boady has never met the missing woman, he discovers that the threads of her life are woven into the deepest fabric of his world. As the mystery of her fate plays out, Boady begins to see the stark lines of race and class that both bind and divide this small town, and he is forced to choose sides.
Call Number: FIC Esk
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Catherine Friend
Description: What do you do when you love your farm . . . but it doesn't love you? After fifteen years of farming, Catherine Friend is tired. After all, while shepherding is one of the oldest professions, it's not getting any easier. The number of sheep in America has fallen by 90 percent in the last ninety years. But just as Catherine thinks it's time to hang up her shepherd's crook, she discovers that sheep might be too valuable to give up. What ensues is a funny, thoughtful romp through the history of our woolly friends, why small farms are important, and how each one of us--and the planet--would benefit from being very sheepish, indeed.
Call Number: 630.9776 Fri
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Sigurd F. Olson, David Backes
Description: Sigurd F. Olson was the most beloved wilderness advocate of his generation. His renowned writings, including the nature classics The Singing Wilderness and Listening Point, evoke the singular beauty and richness of the northern woods and lakes and reveal a philosophy of preservation that is as eloquent and relevant today as when he first wrote. -- Amazon
Call Number: 508.776 Ols
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Barbara Juster Esbensen, Cheng-Khee Chee
Description: A collection of poems that celebrates the seasons, with illustrations for each season by a different Minnesota artist.
Call Number: J 811.54 Esb
Format: Book
Date Added: Nov 3, 2014
Julie Klassen
Description: When an old friend is killed, the senior partner at the law office where Benjamin Brooker works isn't satisfied with Bow Street's efforts. Benjamin agrees to investigate, and evidence takes him to Belle Island, a remote island on the Thames. Soon he finds himself falling for the main suspect--a woman who claims not to have left the island in ten years. Isabelle Wilder leads a productive life, but she is trapped on the island by fear. The new of her trustee's murder stuns her--she has had a recurring dream about the man's death. When a second person dies and evidence points to Isabelle, who can she trust? -- adapted from jacket
Call Number: FIC Kla
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Lin Enger
Description: Abandoned by her husband and her two sons who went out to search for him, Gretta Pope must follow her family across the rugged badlands of 1880s Montana.
Format: eBook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Phyllis Root, Betsy Bowen
Description: A forest, of course, doesn't need a map to know where to grow. But people need a map to find it. And in 1882 when surveyors set out to map a part of Minnesota, they got confused, or tired and cold (it was November), and somehow mapped a great swath of ancient trees as a lake. For more than seventy-five years, the mistake stayed on the map, and the forest remained safe from logging-no lumber baron expects to find timber in a lake, after all. The Lost Forest tells the story of this lucky error and of the 144 acres of old-growth red and white pine it preserved.
Call Number: E Roo
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Louise Erdrich
Description: "It is 1953. Thomas Wazhushk is the night watchman at the first factory to open near the Turtle Mountain Reservation in rural North Dakota. He is also a prominent Chippewa Council member, trying to understand a new bill that is soon to be put before Congress. The US Government calls it an 'emancipation' bill; but it isn't about freedom -- it threatens the rights of Native Americans to their land, their very identity. How can he fight this betrayal? Unlike most of the girls on the reservation, Pixie -- 'Patrice' -- Paranteau has no desire to wear herself down on a husband and kids. She works at the factory, earning barely enough to support her mother and brother, let alone her alcoholic father who sometimes returns home to bully her for money. But Patrice needs every penny if she's ever going to get to Minnesota to find her missing sister Vera. Vera may have disappeared; she hasn’t been in touch in months, and is rumored to have had a baby. Determined to find Vera and her child, Patrice makes a fateful trip to Minnesota that introduces her to unexpected forms of exploitation and violence, and endangers her life." --Publisher description.
Call Number: FIC Erd
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Alison McGhee
Description: "Twenty-one-year-old Mallie Williams -- scrappy, headstrong, and wise beyond her years -- has just landed on her feet following a tumultuous youth when the unthinkable happens: she is violently assaulted. The crime leaves her comatose, surrounded by friends and family who are hoping against hopes for a full recovery. But soon Mallie's small community finds themselves divided. The rape has left Mallie pregnant, and while some friends are convinced that she would never keep the pregnancy, others are sure that a baby would be the only good thing to come out of all of this pain. Who gets to decide? How much power, in the end, do we have over our own bodies? Mallie, her family, and her town find themselves at the center of a media storm, confronting questions nobody should have to face. And when Mallie emerges from the fog, what will she think of the choices that were made on her behalf?"--Provided by publisher.
Call Number: FIC McG
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Tim O'Brien
Description: This depicts the men of Alpha Company. They battle the enemy (or maybe more the idea of the enemy), and occasionally each other. In their relationships we see their isolation and loneliness, their rage and fear. They miss their families, their girlfriends and buddies; they miss the lives they left back home. Yet they find sympathy and kindness for strangers (the old man who leads them unscathed through the mine field, the girl who grieves while she dances), and love for each other, because in Vietnam they are the only family they have.
Call Number: FIC OBr
Format: Book
Date Added: Nov 3, 2014
Brian Freeman
Description: "Lisa Power is a tortured ghost of her former self. The author of a bestselling thriller called Thief River Falls, named after her rural Minnesota hometown, Lisa is secluded in her remote house as she struggles with the loss of her entire family: a series of tragedies she calls the 'Dark Star.' Then a nameless runaway boy shows up at her door with a terrifying story: he's just escaped death after witnessing a brutal murder--a crime the police want to cover up. Obsessed with the boy's safety, Lisa resolves to expose this crime, but powerful men in Thief River Falls are desperate to get the boy back, and now they want her too. Lisa and her young visitor have nowhere to go as the trap closes around them. Still under the strange, unforgiving threat of the Dark Star, Lisa must find a way to save them both, or they'll become the victims of another shocking tragedy she can't foresee." -- Amazon.
Call Number: FIC Fre
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
William Kent Krueger
Description: 1932, Minnesota. The Lincoln School is a pitiless place where hundreds of Native American children, forcibly separated from their parents, are sent to be educated. It is also home to an orphan named Odie O'Banion, a lively boy whose exploits earn him the superintendent's wrath. Forced to flee, he and his brother Albert, their best friend Mose, and a little girl named Emmy steal away in a canoe, heading for the mighty Mississippi and a place to call their own. -- adapted from jacket
Call Number: FIC Kru
Format: Book
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Leif Enger
Description: Midwestern movie house owner Virgil Wander is "cruising along at medium altitude" when his car flies off the road into icy Lake Superior. Virgil survives but his language and memory are altered and he emerges into a world no longer familiar to him. Awakening in this new life, Virgil begins to piece together his personal history and the lore of his broken town, with the help of a cast of affable and curious locals--from Rune, a twinkling, pipe-smoking, kite-flying stranger investigating the mystery of his disappeared son; to Nadine, the reserved, enchanting wife of the vanished man; to Tom, a journalist and Virgil's oldest friend; and various members of the Pea family who must confront tragedies of their own. Into this community returns a shimmering prodigal son who may hold the key to reviving their town.
Call Number: LP FIC Eng
Format: Large Print
Date Added: May 8, 2020
Aini Rajanen, Nicolyn Rajala
Description: Steeped in the history of the French-Canadian voyageur journeys in the early 1800s in North America, Waters Like the Sky is a story of a well-educated teen boy who despises his fancy schooling and longs for a more adventurous life. André's fate changes when a letter with a royal seal arrives. He discovers he has French noble blood. He is part of a family in France, has a brother he's never met, and an enemy who wants him dead. Determined to locate his brother and set things right, André sets out to search for Denis in the only way open to him--becoming a voyageur. Unaccustomed to the hard voyageur life, André uses his only advantage--his education. He fights to earn the respect of his fellow voyageurs and gains many life lessons on his quest to track down his brother. Will he be able to reach Denis before the evil one the natives call the windigo finds him first?"--Page 4 of cover.
Format: eBook
Date Added: May 8, 2020
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A Piglet Named Mercy
Kate DiCamillo, Chris Van Dusen
E DiC
Laurentian Divide [Electronic Resource]
Sarah Stonich
Adjectives Say "Incredible!"
Michael Dahl
E Dah
Little House In The Big Woods
Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams
J FIC Wil
American Assassin [Electronic Resource]
Vince Flynn
Main Street
Sinclair Lewis, Grant Wood
FIC Lew
Americans
Douglas Wood, Elizabeth Sayles
E Woo
Menace At Mammoth Cave : A Kit Mystery
Mary Casanova
J FIC Cas
Beverly, Right Here [Audiobook]
Kate DiCamillo, Jorjeana Marie
J FIC DiC
Monkey Time
Michael Hall
E Hal
Both Of Me
Jonathan Friesen
YA FIC Fri
Nothing More Dangerous : A Novel
Allen Eskens
FIC Esk
Chronicles Of A Radical Hag (With Recipes) [Electronic Resource] : A Novel. Lorna Landvik.
Lorna Landvik, Lorna Landvik
Sheepish : Two Women, Fifty Sheep, And Enough Wool To Save The Planet
Catherine Friend
630.9776 Fri
Collected Poems
Robert Bly
811 Bly
Spirit Of The North : The Quotable Sigurd F. Olson
Sigurd F. Olson, David Backes
508.776 Ols
Dad's Maybe Book
Tim O'Brien
B OBr
Swing Around The Sun
Barbara Juster Esbensen, Cheng-Khee Chee
J 811.54 Esb
Dead Man's Mistress : A Mckenzie Novel
David Housewright
FIC Hou
The Bridge To Belle Island
Julie Klassen
FIC Kla
Dear Sister
Alison McGhee
J FIC McG
The High Divide [Electronic Resource] : A Novel
Lin Enger
Deep Woods, Wild Waters : A Memoir, With Illustrations By The Author
Douglas Wood
508.776 Woo
The Lost Forest
Phyllis Root, Betsy Bowen
E Roo
F. Scott Fitzgerald In Minnesota : The Writer & His Friends At Home
Dave Page, Jeff Krueger
813.09 Fit
The Night Watchman : A Novel
Louise Erdrich
FIC Erd
Haunted Ground [Audiobook]
Erin Hart, Jennifer. 1968- McMahon
FIC Har
The Opposite Of Fate
Alison McGhee
FIC McG
History Of Wolves [Large Print]
Emily Fridlund
LP FIC Fri
The Things They Carried: A Work Of Fiction
Tim O'Brien
FIC OBr
Homie : Poems
Danez Smith
811 Smi
Thief River Falls
Brian Freeman
FIC Fre
Ice Cold Heart [Electronic Resource]
P. J Tracy
This Tender Land : A Novel
William Kent Krueger
FIC Kru
Iron Lake [Electronic Resource]
William Kent Krueger
Virgil Wander [Large Print]
Leif Enger
LP FIC Eng
Isle Of You
David LaRochelle, Jaime Kim
E LaR
Waters Like The Sky [Electronic Resource]
Aini Rajanen, Nicolyn Rajala