New at the Mississippi Mills Public Library this week of June 30, 2014

Lunchby Margo Hay-Goodings
Library Assistant, Almonte Branch

Here’s just some of what’s new at the Mississippi Mills Public Library this week.


The History of Us by Leah Stewart
Black Rock by John McFetridge
The Venetian Bargain by Marina Fiorato
Good Graces by Lesley Kagen

Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas Pinketty
When Depression Hurts your Relationship by Shannon Kolakowski
At the Barricades: a memoir by A. Alan Borovoy
Enduring Courage: ace pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the dawn of the age of speed by John F. Ross

House of Cards, season 2
The Selfish Grant
Murder on the Homefront


The Art of Arranging Flowers by Lynne Brannard
Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932 by Francine Prose

A Still Quiet Place: a mindfulness program for teaching children and adolescent to ease stress by Amy Saltzman
My Door is Always Open: a conversation of faith, hope and the Church in a time of change by Pope Francis
The Rights Revolution by Michael Ignatieff
Make Your Own Lunch:  how to live an epically epic life through work, travel, wonder, and (maybe) college by Ryan Porter