Try New Nonfiction!
If you enjoy great books, you should look at the library's list of new nonfiction titles. The list is on the New, Best & Fun page tabbed on top of the library catalog. Here are a few of the most recent entries.
22 Ideas To Fix The World: Conversations with the world's foremost thinkers. Find out how some of the biggest brains on the planet would deal with issues such as the influence of too-big-to-fail financial institutions, global warming, Middle East instability, and the need for global market regulation.
Alone Together: My life with J. Paul Getty, by Theodora Getty Gaston, the nightclub singer, now 100, who married America's first billionaire back in the days when to earn millions you had to actually make something (or pull it out of the ground).
Ecothrifty: Cheaper, greener choices for a happier, healthier life, by Deborah Niemann, who provides practical ways to live a greener life and save money through informed consumer choices.
The New Midwestern Table: 200 heartland recipes by Amy Thielen, a native of northern Minnesota who cooked with New York's top chefs and now hosts Heartland Table on the Food Network.
The nonfiction shelves are always being renewed with the best of the latest releases. Ask your librarian where to find the subject areas that interest you. Or, browse the new Nonfiction list on the New, Best & Fun page. Check it out!