April is "Multi-cultural Communication Month," so check out a book or audio that teaches a foreign language at the Monett Branch Library. "National Humor Month" and "National Poetry Month" are also celebrated this month, so look for a comedy in the DVD collection, or check out the collection of poetry books for children and adults.
New adult fiction titles at the Monett Branch Library include: "Texas Pride" by Leigh Greenwood; "Girlchild" by Tupelo Hassman; "The Hope Vendetta" by Scott Mariani; "Missing Max" by Karen Young; "Calico Joe" by John Grisham; "The Windup Girl" by Paolo Bacigalupi; "Valentine's Revenge" by Churck Buchanan; and "The Brothers O'Brien" by William Johnstone.
New non-fiction titles include: "Free and Clear" by Howard Dayton; "Zombie Economics" by John Quiggin; "Washington Rules" by Andrew Bacevich; "The Midwestern Native Garden" by Charlotte Adelman; "Take the Stairs" by Rory Vaden; "Tuned In" by Craig Stull; "Opium Nation" by Fariba Nawa; "Then Again" by Diane Keaton; and "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?" by Steven Tyler.
New youth titles include: "Fear" by Michael Grant; "Chomp" by Carl Hiaasen; "Immortal City" by Scott Speer; "The Birthday Party of No Return!" by R. L. Stine; and "My Life as a Stuntboy" by Janet Tashjian.
New children's titles include: "My Friend with Autism" by Beverly Bishop; "The House at the End of Ladybug Lane" by Elise Primavera; "The Duckling Gets a Cookie?" by Mo Willems; and "Squirmy Wormy" by Lynda Farrington Wilson.
|New DVDs include: The Horse Soldiers; The Sons of Katie Elder; War Horse; and We Bought a Zoo.|
|For more information about the Monett Branch Library, located at 213 Sixth St., call 235-6646 or visit the http://tlc.library.net/bll.|