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New and Featured Books for Young Adults for 07/15/2013:

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Come and check out these and some of the other new books and materials (or at least new to us) for Young Adults added to our library collection…

FICTION:

Theodore Boone: The Activist by John Grisham

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All I Need by Susane Colasanti

Goddess: A Starcrossed Novel by Josephine Angelini

Survivor by James Phelan

The sequel to the NYT bestseller, Interworld.

The Silver Dream: An Interworld Novel, story of Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves, written by Michael Reaves and Mallory Reaves

NON-FICTION:

Polluted Water And Your Vital Organs by Bridget Heos

Smart Saving And Financial Planning by Carla Mooney

Digital Smarts: How To Stay Within A Budget When Shopping, Living, And Doing Business Online by Judy Monroe Peterson

High tech sports.

The Technology Of Basketball by Suzanne Slade

Careers As A First Responder by Gina Hagler

Internship & Volunteer Opportunities For Peole Who Love All Things Digital by Anastasia Suen

Internship & Volunteer Opportunities For Science And Math Wizards by Daniel E. Harmon

Internship & Volunteer Opportunities For People Who Love Nature by Greg Roza

Genetic Modification: Should Humans Control Nature? by Leon Gray

Global Positioning System: Who’s Tracking You? by Leon Gray

Apache Chief Geronimo by William R. Sanford

Maya Angelou: A Biography Of An Award-Winning Poet And Civil Rights Activist by Donna Brown Agins

Drawing Manga Faces And Bodies by Anna Soughgate and Yishan Li

Bullies, cliques, and social stress.

Dealing With Bullies, Cliques, And Social Stress by Jennifer Landau

Assassins, Traitors, And Spies by Elaine Landau

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Please note that books mentioned here could be checked out between the time they end up on the blog and when you come to check them out. If you don’t see the items you’re looking for then please come up to the front desk, OR call us, OR send us an email at robinsbaselibrary@gmail.com and  we’ll put your name on the reserve list for when the item returns.

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Previous New/Featured books for Adults:

07/10/13.

07/02/13.

06/18/13.

06/06/13.

And for Young Adults:

06/28/13.

06/05/13.

05/08/13.

04/18/13.

And for Kids/Juvenile Readers:

06/19/13.

06/18/13.

05/21/13.

05/06/13.

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New and Featured Books for Kids/Juvenile Readers for 07/13/2012:

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Happy Friday the 13th!

Come and check out these and some of the other new books and materials (or at least new to us) for younger and juvenile readers added to our library collection…

EASY READING:

I Want A Dog! by Helga Bansch

Adios, Oscar! A Butterfly Fable by Peter Elwell

Froggy Bakes A Cake by Jonathan London and illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz

There’s A Nightmare In My Closet by Mercer Mayer

Horace The Horrible: A Knight Meets His Match by Jackie French Koller and illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic

Yankee Doodle by Steven Kellogg

Shopping Basket by John Burningham

Never Kick A Slipper At The Moon by Carl Sandburg and illustrated by Rosanne Litzinger

The Hungry Ghosts by Julius Lester and illustrated by Geraldo Valerio

Heat Wave by Helen Ketteman and illustrated Scott Goto

Chip And The Karate Kick by Anne Rockwell and illustrated by Paul Meisel

FICTION:

The 101 Dalmations by Dodie Smith and illustrated by Michael Dooling

Carry On, Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham

Ramp Rats: A Graphic Guide Adventure by Liam O’Donnell and illustrated by Mike Deas

Ray And Me by Dan Gutman

Sable by Karen Hesse and illustrated by Marcia Sewall

Freckle Juice by Judy Blume and illustrated by Sonia O. Lisker

Cam Jansen And The Mystery At The Monkey House by David A. Adler and illustrated by Susanna Natti

NON-FICTION:

Franklin Delano Roosevelt by Fred L. Israel

In Flanders Field: The Story Of The Poem By John McCrae by Linda Granfield and illustrated by Janet Wilson

How Dogs Came From Wolves And Other Explorations Of Science In Action by Jack Myers and illustrated by John Rice

Susan B. Anthony by Ilene Cooper

Dinosaurs Roar, Butterflies Soar! by Bob Barner

Outside And Inside Bats by Sandra Markle

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Please note that books mentioned here could be checked out between the time they end up on the blog and when you come to check them out. If you don’t see the items you’re looking for then please come up to the front desk, OR call us, OR send us an email at robinsbaselibrary@gmail.com and  we’ll put your name on the reserve list for when the item returns.

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Previous New/Featured books for Adults:

07/03/12.

06/27/12.

06/14/12.

06/07/12.

05/31/12.

05/01/12.

And for Young Adults:

07/10/12.

04/12/12.

04/03/12.

03/20/12.

And for Kids/Juvenile Readers:

06/26/12.

06/21/12.

06/12/12.

06/05/12.

Reading material for 06/18/12:

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Some reading material from around the internet:

New domain names are coming!

15 dad facts for Father’s Day.

How to make science fun.

The 50 year battle to entomb our toxic waste.

Revealed: the dirtiest things in a hotel room.

Betty White and Sarah Michelle Gellar handle a giant snake.

Twitter’s new office has skee ball.

The pictures in this post are by Guy Laramee. As you can see, he carves gorgeous landscape sculptures into old books, turning them from one form of art into another. His work is currently on display at the Expression museum in Saint-Hyacinthe, Canada, from now until August 12.

Pictures from here and here.

The many, many things that Ray Bradbury predicted.

Sadly, we missed Bloomsday, but here’s 25 writers, artists, and critics talking about James Joyce.

10 facts about James Joyce.

Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash to be adapted into a film by the writer/director of Attack Of The Block.

10 books that were taboo for their time.

5 favorite fictional fathers.

Famous novelists talk about symbolism in their work.

The color palettes of Wes Anderson films.

20 set photos that will change the way you see these films.

An interview with Emma Stone.

Steven Spielberg was all set to direct an episode of Twin Peaks, but David Lynch wanted it for himself.

David Foster Wallace talks about David Lynch’s Dune.

Is Lionsgate already planning to remake/reboot the Twilight movies?

The best grins, grimaces, and reaction shots from this past season of Mad Men.

Take a look at this: a Bill Murray coloring book.

The Necronomicon made in pizza.

Why are traffic lights red and green?

How to tempt China’s shoppers.

June is an important month for the North American bird breeding survey.

5 misconceptions about extraterrestrial life.

The nerd weddings of Facebook’s big shots.

Seven decades of San Quentin state prison in photos.

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Previous online reading material:

06/11/12.

06/04/12.

04/30/12.

04/23/12.

04/16/12.

04/09/12.

Reading material for 06/04/12:

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Our Summer Reading program for the kids starts next week!

Some reading material from around the internet:

What is the future of The Washington Post?

The best U.S. cities for shopping.

The Milky Way is destined to collide with the Andromeda Galaxy.

Hey Amazon, you’re doing it wrong.

Facebook explores giving kids access.

Oprah’s Book Club returns!

16 great books that are about to become movies.

Great science fiction books for people who don’t read sci fi.

Libraries debate stocking the Fifty Shades Of Grey trilogy.

Play Haruki Murakami bingo.

Jeffrey Eugenides reviews Donald Antrim.

The endurance of love poems.

Classic novels and the filmmakers who were born to direct them.

RIP Richard Dawson.

A.O. Scott reviews Snow White And The Huntsman.

Inside Frank Darabont’s new show.

A review of Hemingway And Gellhorn.

14 movies that were improved by their director’s cuts.

An interview with Matthew Weiner, Vince Gilligan, and David Milch.

The weekend’s Box Office.

From above, 21 unbelievable photos that are not photoshopped.

When Benjamin Franklin met the battlefield.

BMW tries Apple’s approach to sales.

Exploring voice recognition software.

10 bands that would make great cults.

Some of the greenest architecture in the world.

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Previous online reading material:

04/30/12.

04/23/12.

04/16/12.

04/09/12.

04/02/12.