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New Books Looming Up Over You and Daring You to Read Them All Before They Fall Down and Crush You!

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The nominees for various film, television, and music awards are usually announced by some notable celebrities before a huge crowd of reporters. Usually the awards are handed out by some up and coming young model or actress like the Golden Globes Girl.  Such events are handled a bit more modestly in the publishing world. The National Book Foundation’s National Book Award for Young People’s Literature nominees were announced earlier this month. Winners will be announced in a ceremony to be held on November 19 in New York.

Here are the nominated books in the Young People’s or Young Adult division:

Gail Giles, “Girls Like Us” (Candlewick Press)

Carl Hiaasen, “Skink — No Surrender” (Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers/Random House)

Kate Milford, “Greenglass House” (Clarion Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

Eliot Schrefer, “Threatened” (Scholastic Press/Scholastic)

Steve Sheinkin, “The Port Chicago 50: Disaster, Mutiny, and the Fight for Civil Rights” (Roaring Brook Press/Macmillan Publishers)

Andrew Smith, “100 Sideways Miles” (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers/Simon & Schuster)

John Corey Whaley, “Noggin” (Atheneum Books for Young Readers/Simon & Schuster)

Deborah Wiles, “Revolution: The Sixties Trilogy, Book Two” (Scholastic Press/Scholastic)

Jacqueline Woodson, “Brown Girl Dreaming” (Nancy Paulsen Books/Penguin Group)

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New Books @ Marion Library!

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Follow Red Reading Hood to our newest items @ Marion!

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Florence Gordon by Brian Morton

Flight of the Sparrow by Ann Brown

I Love You More by Jennifer Murphy

The Mary Smokes Boys by Patrick Holland

Lay It on My  Heart by Angela Pneuman

A Long Time Gone by Karen White

Small Plates by Katherine Page

Firewall by Diann Miller

The End of  Innocence by Allegra Jordan

The Sleepwalker’s Guide to Dancing by Mira Jacob

The Amish Blacksmith by Mindy Clark

All I Love and Know by Judith Frank

Making Marion by Beth Moran

Swan Point by Sherryl Woods

The House on Mermaid Point by Wendy Wax

Coldsleep Lullaby by Andrew Brown

Rose Gold by Walter Mosley

The Lost Key by Catherine Coulter

Juliet’s Nurse by Lois Leveen

Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth

Burn by James Patterson

Rooms by Lauren Oliver

Bones Never Lie by Kathy Reichs

Betrayers by David Bezmozgis

 

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365 Style by Nicky Hilton

Christmas All Through the South

12 Days of Christmas with Six Sisters’ Stuff

The Human Age by Diane Ackerman

Bipolar Disorder

Tiny House Living

Calculus for Dummies

The Insider’s Guide to Colleges

The Buddha Walks into the Office

The News Sorority by Sheila Weller

The Marshmallow test by Walter Mischel

A Path Appears by Nicholas Kristof

Snakes and Other Reptiles

Essays That Will Get You into College

The Chew

Christmas Crochet

The Times of the Sixties

 

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Afterworlds

Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

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We know you’re already trying to think of the perfect Christmas gift for the librarian in your life. Here’s one suggestion for those librarians who simply can’t leave the workplace behind after going home:  the date due card tote bag!

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When you think of the Hilton sisters, you probably immediately recall former reality television star Paris; however, her younger sister designer Nicky Hilton has made a name for herself in the business and fashion worlds as well. The blonde heiress now has a new book called 365 Style in which she shares her style secrets. The book is available at your Marion Library.

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You are always welcome here at your local library so why not come by and make yourself comfortable!3201237-mujer-sentada-en-el-piso-en-la-biblioteca-leyendo-libros

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