Sharp Objects
Gillian Flynn
August 27, 2014
Reviewed by: Robin

You may recognize Flynn as the author of Gone Girl the phenomenal bestseller that is being made into a movie.  If you enjoyed her blockbuster or you just like dark psychological thrillers, try Sharp Objects. Camille's story is every bit as twisted and good writing to boot.

A Touch of Blue
Cynthia Lord
August 21, 2014
Reviewed by: Desi

I really loved the way the author dealt with cobbling together a family. This is an excellent book about foster children from the perspective of a child who's receiving a foster child into their home.

Find Momo: My Dog is Hiding in This Book: Can You Find Him?
Andrew Knapp
August 18, 2014
Reviewed by: Laura

Photographer Andrew Knapp’s border collie Momo hates loud noises and balloons, but he loves traveling and hiding around North America! See if you can find Momo among the landscapes and scenery in this delightful, interactive book for readers of all ages.

Popular: A Memoir: Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek
Maya van Wagenen
August 9, 2014
Reviewed by: Kris

Middle school student, Maya has very few friends and hates how socially awkward she is.  She finds a book published in 1951 on how to be popular and decides to live the book’s advice during her 8th grade year.  This includes girdles, Vaseline instead of eye shadow and gloves.  Maya’s journey is funny, painful and above all, endearing.  She learns that being popular is completely different than what she expected.  Both adults and young readers will enjoy this one.

The Outcast Dead
Elly Griffiths
August 4, 2014
Reviewed by: Robin

This series features Ruth Galloway a forensic anthropologist in modern day Norfolk, England.  This latest book centers around a Victorian murderess and a current case of a baby snatcher.  Great characters and interesting setting make this mystery series an enjoyable read.