Lima Public Library Book Review

For your own benefit by Samantha Downing

Teddy Crutcher was awarded the Teacher of the Year at the prestigious Belmont Academy, the highest and brightest home. He says his wife couldn’t be proud anymore, but for some time no one saw her. Teddy doesn’t really bother with some mysterious deaths on campus that look like murder, or students digging a little deeper into Teddy’s personal life.

Matrix by Lauren Groff

Marie de France, 17 years old, expelled from the court by Eleanor of Aquitaine, considered too rough and rough for marriage and court life, is sent to England as a new priority for the poor monastery. I am suffering from the brink of hunger and illness. At first surprised by the rigors of her new life, Marie finds focus and love in a group life with her peculiar and benevolent sisters.

Time stolen by Allen Eskens

Lira Nash is on the verge of landing on her dream job of working as a prosecutor under the Hennepin County Prosecutor and settled in a happy life with her boyfriend Joe Tarbert. But when a woman is pulled from the Mississippi River and barely alive, things in the office are in a personal turn. Police believe the female perpetrator is the local photographer Gavin Spenser, but as evidence diminishes, the case quickly fails.

Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

Lynnette Tarkington is a real-life final girl who survived the slaughter. For over a decade, she has met with five other final girls and their therapists in a support group for those who survived the unthinkable and worked to restore their lives. Then one woman misses the meeting and their worst fears come true — someone knows about the group and decides to tear their lives little by little.


Soul of Genius: A science-changing conference by Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, and Jeffrey Orens

In 1911, some of the greatest brains of science were convened at the first Solvay Conference in Physics. At the heart of the conference were Marie Curie and the young Albert Einstein. A few years ago, Curie faced the death of her husband and soulmate Pierre. She was about to win the Nobel Prize for the second time, but a scandal erupted around her when the French press revealed that she had a relationship with fellow scientist Paul Langevin.

Year of the plague: Lawrence Wright’s Covid era America

From the fateful first moment of an outbreak in China to the attack on the US Capitol to the deployment of anomalous vaccines, Lawrence Wright is a complete drama of authoritative, vibrant, detailed, global and intimate events. Tells the story of Covid-19 in the scale, revealing the medical, economic, political and social implications of a pandemic.

Essentials: A variety of soldiers-sailors who shaped the country, formed the Navy, and rowed Washington across Delaware by Patrick K. O’Donnell.

On a stormy night on August 29, 1776, Continental Army faced capture or annihilation after losing the Battle of Brooklyn. The fate of the revolution rested on the shoulders of soldiers-sailors in Marblehead, Massachusetts. They served side by side in one of the country’s first diverse units, separating the “American Dunkirk” and saving the army by transporting it across the dangerous waters of the river to Manhattan.

Irish Assassin: Julie Kavana’s Conspiracy, Revenge, and Phoenix Park Murder That Surprised Victorian England

Ireland, 1879-1882. After 700 years of British rule, famine-generation Irish peasants began to oppose land ownership in the dominant feudal system. It was a real moment of hope, a potential turning point in history, what Gladstone himself described as “golden.” Still, it shattered as Lord Frederick Cavendish and Thomas Burke were ambushed and stabbed to death while strolling through Phoenix Park in Dublin on a sunny night on May 6, 1882. I did.

for children

Yo, beautiful woman! (Series) World Book

Each book in this bright, preschool-friendly series introduces the youngest readers to the wild and wonderful world of animals with large, colorful photographs and simple words. Interesting photos and simple large texts encourage pre-readers and early readers to enjoy interacting with the book. The back matter of each volume contains the key to the picture of each animal of interest, with more facts for detailed learning. Check out all the different volumes of this brand new series from the educational leaders of children’s publications: backyard animals, colorful animals, desert animals, farm animals, feathered animals, furry animals, Pet animals, 6-legged animals, water animals, zoo animals.

Age: 3-6

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