New this week
The latest from New York Times Bestselling author Oliver Jeffers. When Duncan goes to colour, he finds that his crayons have gone on strike! The protest letters that he finds are witty and fun - what we have come to expect from Oliver Jeffers!
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ANCIENT LIGHT John Banville $17.00
Is there a difference between memory and invention? An encounter with a younger woman reminds Alexander Cleave of his first love affair years ago. Winner of the Irish Book Award for Novel of the Year.
This novel is one part spy thriller, one part historical fiction, and wholly entertaining. It's the spring of 1939, and Hitler is hoping to buy the upcoming American election. Roosevelt needs someone he can trust in Nazi terrain. His choice: John F. Kennedy.
THE MARSEILLE CAPER Peter Mayle $16.95
"A delicious little book... [A] luxurious tale of clever deception, byzantine civic politics, and, of course, lush and languid passages devoted to food." -- Denver Post
The latest release in the bestselling Chief Inspector Gamache series is now in paperback. A slaying in a Quebec monastery leaves Gamache contemplating the lines between human and divine.
FRIENDS FOREVER Danielle Steel $9.99
The story of five childhood friends as they face the many challenges, victories, hardships, and joys of life.