Library offering new materials

New materials at the Elkins-Randolph County Library include:

Juvenile fiction:

“Nonrandom Acts of Kindness” by Lauren Myracle, “Susan Marcus Bends the Rules” by Jane Cutler, and “The Monkey Goes Bananas” (Easy Books) by C.P. Bloom.

Young adult fiction: “City of Heavenly Fire” by Clare Cassandra.

Young adult nonfiction: “Girls’ Hockey” by Chris Peters, “Girls’ Lacrosse” by Paul Bowker, “Girls’ Soccer” by Alex Monnig, “Girls’ Volleyball” by Jon Ackerman, “Girls’ Basketball” by Doug Williams, “Girls’ Golf” by Maryann Hudson, “Girls’ Gymnastics” by Blythe Lawrence, “Cutting and Self-injury” by Greg Roza, “Animals and Animal Symbols in World Culture” by Edward Allworthy Armstrong, “Terrorism” by Jon Sterngass, “Witches and Witchcraft” by J. C. Baroja, “Beliefs, Rituals, and Symbols of Ancient Greece and Rome” by S.G.F. Brandon, “The Sun-centered Universe and Nicolaus Copernicus,” “Johannes Kepler and the Three Laws of Planetary Motion,” and “The Big Bang Theory: Edwin Hubble and the Origins of the Universe,” all by Fred Bortz, “Career Building Through Creating Mobile Apps” by Erin Stanley, “Career Building Through Using Digital Publishing Tools” by Rebecca T. Klein, “Career Building Through Using Digital Design Tools” by Edward Willett, “Social Network-powered Investing & Saving Opportunities” by Don Rauf, “Teen Stress and Anxiety” by Jason Porterfield, “Conduct Disorder” by Barbara Gottfried Hollander, “A Teen Guide to Protecting and Insuring Assets” by Tammy Gagne, “What Is a Wiki and How Do I Use It?” and “What Is a Blog and How Do I Use It?” (Grades 5-8), both by Leon Gray, “Unlocking the Prehistory of America” ed. Frank Joseph, “Careers in Homeland Security” by Adam Woog, “Tobacco and Nicotine” by Michael Burgan, “Caffeine and Energy Drinks” by Christine Peterson, “Genetic Engineering” by Elizabeth Rice, “Age of Consent,” “Do Infectious Diseases Pose a Threat?” “Anxiety Disorders” by Shirley Brinkerhoff, “Substance-related Disorders” by Joyce Libal, “Computer Investigation” by Elizabeth Bauchner, “Entomology and Palynology” by Maryalice Walker, “Starting a Business: Creating a Plan” and “Business and Ethics” by James Fisher, “Understanding Business Math & Budgets” by Helen Thompson, “Building a Business in the Virtual World” by C.F. Earl, “Computer Programmer” by Sherry Bonnice, “Manager” by Ann Vitale, “Social Security,” “Human Trafficking,” “Civil Liberties,” “Fast Food,” “Multiracial America,” “Cybercrime,” “Biodiversity,” “Sexually Transmitted Infections” by Miranda Hunter, “Sleep Disorders” and “Managing Stress” by Joan Esherick, “Contraception & Pregnancy” by Donna Lange and “Career and Technical Education.”

Juvenile nonfiction: “Assassination and Its Aftermath: How a Photograph Reassured a Shocked Nation” and “Hitler in Paris: How a Photograph Shocked a World at War” (Grades 4-6), both by Don Nardo, “Very Short Tall Tales to Read Together” by Mary Ann Hoberman and “A Baby Elephant in the Wild” by Caitlin O’Connell.

Adult fiction: “The One and Only: a Novel” by Emily Giffin, “Sniper’s Honor: a Bob Lee Swagger Novel” by Stephen Hunter, “Resistant: a Novel” by Michael Palmer, “Child of Mine: a Novel” by David Lewis, “Mr. Mercedes” by Stephen King, “Ghost Ship” by Clive Cussler, “Christmas in Cowboy Country” by Janet Dailey, “A Shiver of Light” by Laurell K. Hamilton, “Shock Wave: an Aftershock Novel” by Andrew Vachss, “The Immortal Crown” by Richelle Mead, “The Hurricane Sisters: a Novel” by Dorothea Benton Frank, “Faceoff” ed. by David Baldacci (a collection, located upstairs), “A Moment in Time” by Tracie Peterson, “Robert Ludlum’s the Bourne Ascendancy: a New Jason Bourne Novel” by Eric Lustbader, “Written in My Own Heart’s Blood: a Novel” by Diana Gabaldon, “Stormy Persuasion: a Malory Novel” by Johanna Lindsey, “Vintage: a Novel” by Susan Gloss, “Nantucket Sisters: a Novel” by Nancy Thayer, “All Fall Down: a Novel” by Jennifer Weiner and “Invisible” by James Patterson.

Large-print fiction: “Waiting for Nick” by Nora Roberts and “The Skin Collector: a Lincoln Rhyme Novel” by Jeffery Deaver.

Large-print Western: “Ralph Compton: the Omaha Trail” by Jory Sherman, “Massacre Canyon: the Family Jensen” by William W. Johnstone and “Rough Justice: a Western Story” by Lauran Paine.

Western: “The Last Kind Words Saloon: a Novel” by Larry McMurtry.

Mystery: “Borderline” by Lawrence Block, “Vertigo 42: a Richard Jury Mystery” by Martha Grimes, “Jazz and Die” by Stella Whitelaw, “Circles in the Snow” by Patrick F. McManus, “Antiques Con” by Barbara Allan, “Terminal City: a Novel” by Linda Fairstein and “Top Secret Twenty-one: a Stephanie Plum novel” by Janet Evanovich.

Large-print mystery: “Aunt Dimity & the Wishing Well” by Nancy Atherton.

Paperback mystery: “A killing Notion” by Melissa Bourbon and “Razing the Dead” by Sheila Connolly.

Nonfiction: “What Is ADHD and Is It Contagious? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and What You Need to Know About It” by Amy Skalicky, “Surviving Alzheimer’s: Practical Tips and Soul-saving Wisdom for Caregivers” by Paula Spencer Scott, “Alzheimer’s: Dementia: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Prevention, Treatment, Care” by James Lee Anderson, “25 Money-making Businesses You Can Start in Your Spare Time” by Nevin M. Buconjic, “Science of Trapping” by Elmer Harry Kreps and “Obama’s Enforcer: Eric Holder’s Justice Department” by John Fund.

Biography: “Yours for Eternity: a Love Story on Death Row” by Damien Echols.

Science fiction: “Rescue Mode” by Ben Bov, and “Earth Awakens: the First Formic War” by Orson Scott Card.

West Virginia materials: “It Happened in West Virginia: Remarkable Events That Shaped History” by Rick Steelhammer, “A Song for West Virginia” by Marc Harshman, “West Virginia Mountain Lions” by Skip Johnson, “The Last Appalachian Wolf” by Edwin Daryl Michael and “Hippie Homesteaders: Arts, Crafts, Music, and Living on the Land in West Virginia” by Carter Taylor Seaton.

Movies: “Blue Jasmine” (PG-13), “Pompeii” (PG-13), “Her” (R), “Oldboy” (R), “The Monuments Men” (PG-13), “Jekyll” (Not Rated), “I, Frankenstein” (PG-13), “Ice Soldiers” (R) and “Squatters” (R),