Archive for the ‘Bestsellers’ Category
Please see new bestsellers at the link below….
After the cable Watchathon Week free viewing these popular shows ends, I’m hoping to (re)read some of these…please come check them out or head over to our e-book Overdrive to find them! (Overdrive users, select Lantana Public Library and enter in your library card number.)
We’ve got several of George Martin’s Game of Thrones series (all in Overdrive):
*Game of Thrones *A Dance with Dragons (also in the library)
*A Clash of Kings *A Storm of Swords
*A Feast for Crows *A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms
*A world of fire and ice:the untold history of Westeros and Game of Thrones — on the history (in the library under F Mar)
*Rogues (an anthology of 21 stories) (edited with Gardner Dezois)
Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series (all under F Gal):
*Outlander (F Gal) (in the library and Overdrive) *Dragonfly in Amber (in Overdrive)
*Voyager (Overdrive) *Drums of Autumn (in Overdrive)
*The Fiery Cross (in Overdrive) *A Breath of Snow and Ashes (in Overdrive)
*An echo in the bone (in the library and Overdrive)
*Written in my own heart’s blood (in the library and Overdrive)
In addition, we’ve some of Gabaldon’s Lord John Grey Series –a subset of the Outlander series:
*Lord John and the Private Matter, a novel (in the library)
*Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade (in the library)
*The Scottish Prisoner (in the library)
Bernard Cornwell has written a series of Saxon Chronicle books, following Uhtred Ragnarson of Bebbanburg, a young Saxon kidnapped and raised by raiding Danish Vikings, and who eventually comes to fight for King Alfred of Wessex. All are available in the library (under F Cor):
*The Last Kingdom *The Pale Horseman
*Lords of the North *Sword Song
*The Burning Land *The Empty Throne
*Warriors of the Storm
Election 2016 Reading
at Lantana Public Library
205 West Ocean Ave, Lantana, FL
Killing the Messenger by David Brock (324.7 Bro)
A no-holds barred playbook on what the new right wing forces are doing to control the media and messages of the 2016 election, as well as Hilary Clinton.
Rising to the Challenge: My Leadership Journey by Carly Fiorina (B Fio)
Fiorina’s message about her 2016 run, her grassroots Unlocking Potential Project, conservative principles, and how to connect them to ordinary people.
Ted Cruz: a Time for Truth by Ted Cruz (973.932 Cru)
Cruz’s inside look at what’s gone wrong with our government, while passionately fighting for limited government, economic growth, and the Constitution.
Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story by Ben Carson (B Car)
On Carson’s journey from an inner-city childhood in Detroit to one of the most successful pediatric neurosurgeon-directors of John Hopkins Medical Institutions at the age of thirty-three.
A More Perfect Union by Ben Carson, MD, with Candy Carson (342.73 Car)
On the importance of reading, thinking, and studying our Constitution and the Bill of Rights, as well as their history.
Outsider in the White House by Bernie Sanders (B San)
Recently updated and reissued, Sanders writes on his political journey from Mayor of Burlington to U.S. Senator of Vermont, his style of politics and responsibilities, and policies and issues the U.S. needs to tackle in its future, so that millions of Americans will no longer be outsiders in their country.
Conservative Hurricane: How Jeb Bush Remade Florida by Matthew T. Corrigan (Fla B Bus)
On the former Florida governor’s controlled politics and message, as well as his socio-economic policies and their impact on Florida — from business recruitment and the extensive privatization of state government, to culture wars, gun rights, end-of-life issues, immigration, and education reform.
Crippled America: how to make America great again by Donald Trump(320.973 Tru)
Trump tells how America needs to fix its ailing economy, reform healthcare and education, build its military and win wars, with a government committed to winning and experienced in it.
Hi everyone…We’ve some great new reading for you this fall 2015! Please come to the Library to check them out. Some of these you won’t find easily at other libraries around here.
An overview of some of them can be seen here: Publication FALL 2015 reads
We also have new books in history, business, and social sciences.