The Woodbury Library has received a few donations and also purchased books, too. In the adult realm, Dr. Elizabeth Ford’s Sometimes Amazing Things Happen is a fascinating nonfiction account of her work at the Bellevue Hospital Psychiatric Prison Ward. Check out her interview with NPR’s Terry Gross here.
New nonfiction on our shelves also includes Charles Mann’s 1491 and David Grann’s The Lost City of Z, recently made into a movie.
Diverse new fiction includes John Grisham’s new Camino Island and Jeffrey Lent’s Before We Sleep.
A young reader highly recommended The Doll People. Stop in and stock up on reading!