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This week’s reads at the East End Library

03/26/2018 6:00 AM by

In response to their recent survey, the East End Library learned that people want to know what is new in the library.  CHPN and the EEL are teaming up to bring you a weekly update which will include new reads and events.  Your weekly updates will be provided by Adam, here’s a bit about our local librarian.

Adam is a professionally trained librarian, archivist, historian and educator with over a decade of elite customer service experience in the hospitality industry. Originally a native of northern Minnesota, he has also lived in the Mid-Atlantic, Appalachia, the Midwest, and Europe.  Now a Richmond-er, he has found home in the city of his dreams.

Hello, Church Hill!

Your friendly local librarian here to let you know about the newest books to hit the shelves at the East End Library! We’re always getting new materials in, and I wanted to make sure that the readers of Church Hill People’s News are informed about the latest titles to arrive in the East End. I pulled a few titles for CHPN readers to consider, and full lists can be found below. Please take a moment to browse the new titles from the week of 3/19:

Adult Fiction
Everything Here Is Beautiful by Mira T. Lee (Adult Fiction)
The bond between a responsible, self-contained older sister and her mentally ill, impulsive younger sister is shaped and tested over years marked by the loss of their mother, an impetuous first marriage, a fling that results in the birth of a baby and painful sacrifices.

Other Adult Fiction
Accidental Heroes by Danielle Steele
Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi
The Last Suppers by Mandy Mikulencak
To Love and Betray by Shelly Ellis

Adult Non-Fiction
Food is the Solution: What to Eat to Save the World by Matthew Prescott (Adult Non-Fiction)
A senior food policy director for the Humane Society presents a sumptuously designed cookbook of environmentally friendly, healthy, plant-based recipes that can be a major part of supporting key collective agendas in ecological responsibility and sustainability

Other Adult Non-Fiction
Genius Foods by Max Lugavere
Post Traumatic Hood Disorder by David Tomas Martinez
Stray by Bernard Farai Matambo
There are More Beautiful Things than Beyoncé by Morgan Parker

Young Adult Fiction
Tyler Johnson Was Here by Jay Coles (Young Adult Fiction)
Accompanying his twin to a party that is thrown into chaos by a shooting, Marvin, a multicultural teen, is horrified when his brother goes missing and is found dead, possibly at the hands of a racist police officer.

Juvenile Fiction
Noodleheads See the Future by Tedd Arnold (Juvenile Fiction)
A modern folktale starring Noodlehead brothers Mac and Mac finds the duo searching for firewood in the hopes of encouraging Mom to bake a cake only to run into Meatball, who uses imaginary clairvoyant powers to trick them out of their hard-earned kindling.

Other Juvenile Books
Big Nate: Silent But Deadly by Lincoln Peirce
Follow the Drinking Gourd by Jeanette Winter

Remember that a library card with the Richmond Public Library is FREE if you’ve never had one with us before, and only costs a dollar to replace (for those who may have permanently “misplaced” their card). We now also offer an e-card, so you can get access to e-books, e-audiobooks, and stream movies and tv shows through our online resources. You can get the e-card here and can get a free library card at any location as long as you bring your photo ID that has your current address on it (or proof of your address, like a bill or a lease).


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