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- Foolproof Fish: Fresh, modern flavors, 198 recipes that accommodate multiple kinds of fish, and plenty of fish facts will inspire you to dive into seafood cookery with confidence. Just in time for Lent!
- Sew Beautiful: 8 Patterns, 18 Variations, 1 Stunning New Wardrobe
- Cooking for One: Discover the joy of cooking for yourself with more than 160 perfectly portioned, easy-to-execute recipes, flexible ingredient lists to accommodate your pantry, and ideas for improvising to your taste.
- Apollo's Arrow: The profound and enduring impact of Coronavirus: Featuring new, provocative arguments and vivid examples ranging across medicine, history, sociology, epidemiology, data science, and genetics, Apollo's Arrow envisions what happens when the great force of a deadly germ meets the enduring reality of our evolved social nature.
- Badass Habits: New York Times bestselling author Jen Sincero gets to the core of transformation: habits--breaking, making, understanding, and sticking with them like you've never stuck before.
- Veritas: From National Book Critics Circle Award-winning author Ariel Sabar, the gripping true story of a sensational religious forgery and the scandal that shook Harvard.
- The Future of Nutrition: Colin Campbell, author of The China Study (3M sold across all formats and editions) and New York Times bestseller Whole, returns with The Future of Nutrition, a book examining the shortcomings and confusion within the nutrition industry and outlining steps to improve.
- Prayers to Calm Your Anxious Heart: When anxiety takes hold of your mind, learn to pause, breathe, and let your heart rest in God's calming presence. These devotions from Julie Gillies teach you to take the focus off your problems and turn to God's truth and comfort.
- Douglas Fir the Story of the West's Most Remarkable Tree: "A natural and cultural history of one of the most iconic trees in the West"
- Our Wild Calling How Connecting with Animals Can Transform Our Lives and Save Theirs: Our Wild Calling makes the case for protecting, promoting, and creating a sustainable and shared habitat for all creatures, not out of fear, but out of love. Transformative and inspiring, this book points us toward what we all long for in the age of technology: real connection.
- The Art of Training Your Dog: How to Gently Teach Good Behavior Using an E-collar: A revolutionary new training method—using the easy “purposeful walk”—for a fully trained dog in as little as 6 weeks!
- The Great Secret: The gripping story of a chemical weapons catastrophe, the cover-up, and how one American Army doctor’s discovery led to the development of the first drug to combat cancer, known today as chemotherapy.
- The Last Landlady: Award-winning biographer Laura Thompson pays homage to the English pub through the remarkable story of her grandmother, the first woman in England to be given a publican's licence in her own name.
- The Saddest Words: William Faulkner's Civil War: How do we read William Faulkner in the twenty-first century? asks Michael Gorra, in this reconsideration of Faulkner's life and legacy.
Wolverines by Kenny Abdo
Skunks by Leo Statts
- Baboons by Leo Statts

Black Panthers by Kenny Abdo
Fennec Fox by Julie Murray
Dwarf Caiman by Julie Murray
Little Penguin by Julie Murray

Also new to our collection: Narwhal by Grace Hansen, Snowy Owl by Grace Hansen, Leopards by Leo Statts, Erupt: 100 Fun Facts About Volcanoes by Joan Marie Galat, Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Rose Davidson, Squeak: 100 Fun Facts About Hamsters, Mice, Guinea Pigs, and More by Rose Davidson, Woof: 100 Fun Facts about Dogs by Elizabeth Carney, Horses! All True and Unbelievable! by Korynn Freels, Dinosaurs! All True and Unbelievable by Korynn Freels, and Here to There by Jennifer Szymanski
- How Does Soap Clean Your Hands? by Madeline J. Hayes Ill. Srimalie Fassani
- Where Is Mount Everest? by Nico Medina
- Who Was Johnny Appleseed? by Joan Holub
- Seed Dispersers: Poop, Fur, and Other Ways Animals Scatter Seeds by Emma Huddleston
- Ecosystem Architects: Animals Building incredible Structures by Martha London
- Saving Apollo 13 by John Hamilton
- Who Was Milton Hershey? by James Buckley Jr. 
- Everything Awesome About Sharks and Other Underwater Creatures by Mike Lowery
Bill Nye's Great Big World of Science by Bill Nye (Tween)
Exploring the Elements by Isabel Thomas (Tween)
This is Your Brain on Stereotypes by Tanya Lloyd Kyi and Drew Shannon (Tween)
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi (YA) *Stamped is the 2021 Reading Across Rhode Island selection*

This winter, we have a special challenge for readers of all ages. Track your books and accomplishments on Beanstack, and upon completion you'll be entered to win a Reader's Basket. Curl up next to a roaring fireplace with your cup of hot chocolate and 
click here to get started.
Join Ms. Stephanie for a storytime session that is all about dinosaurs and digging.
Missed last week's First Chapter Friday installment? Listen to Ms. Stephanie reading the first chapter of Begone the Raggedy Witches by Celine Kiernan.
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