November’s New Reads

In order to bring you new and fun recreational reads, the Greenwood Library participates in a book leasing program through McNaughton. These titles are shelved on the small bookcases in the middle of the Atrium and are designated with green labels. You can browse the entire collection here and if you’re interested in what’s new, look out below!

The Woman Who Smashed Codes by Jason FagoneEnigma by Catherine CoulterLittle Fires Everywhere by Celeste NgTo Be Where You Are by Jan KaronSleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen KingSecrets in Death by J.D. RobbI Know a Secret by Tess GerritsenSulfur Springs by William Kent KruegerGlass Houses by Louise PennyProof of Life by Judith A. JanceManhattan Beach Jennifer EganMy Absolute Darling by Gabriel TallentRhett & Link's Book of Mythicality by Rhett McLaughlin and Link NealThe Cuban Affair by Nelson DeMilleOrigin by Dan BrownGrant by Ron ChernowRaising Trump by Ivana TrumpHaunted by James Patterson and James O. BornWhere the Past Begins by Amy TanThe Unquiet Grave by Sharyn McCrumbA Column of Fire by Ken FollettDon't Let Go by Harlan Coben

Start the Semester Off with Great Reads

In order to bring you new and fun recreational reads, the Greenwood Library participates in a book leasing program through McNaughton. These titles are shelved on the small bookcases in the middle of the Atrium and are designated with green labels. You can browse the entire collection here and if you’re interested in what’s new, look out below!

Stay with Me by Ayobami AdebayoReincarnation Blues by Michael PooreEleventh Grave in Moonlight by Darynda JonesMap of the Heart by Susan WiggsThe Breakdown by B.A. ParisExposed by Lisa ScottolineCrime Scene by Jonathan and Jesse KellermanConscience of a Conservative by Jeff FlakeThe Doll Funeral by Kate HamerDevil's Cut by J.R. WardThe Lying Game by Ruth WareThe Kelloggs by Howard MarkelAstrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse TysonSeeing Red by Sandra BrownTwo Nights by Kathy ReichsThe Late Show by Michael ConnellyY Is for Yesterday by Sue GraftonWired by Julie GarwoodThe Lost Ones by Sheena KamalBarely Legal by Stuart Woods and Parnell HallHouse of Spies by Daniel SilvaParadise Valley by C.J. BoxAll the Little Liars by Charlaine HarrisThe Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter

July’s New DVDs

It’s too hot to go outside. Check out one of these new DVDs and stay in the air conditioning!

Beauty and the BeastThe Blackcoat's DaughterChipsFifty Shades DarkerFrantzGet OutThe Great WallJohn Wick: Chapter 2Land of MineLoganRock DogThe Sense of an EndingThe ShackThe Smurfs: The Lost VillageUnder the TurbanA United Kingdom

July’s New Reads

In order to bring you new and fun recreational reads, the Greenwood Library participates in a book leasing program through McNaughton. These titles are shelved on the small bookcases in the middle of the Atrium and are designated with green labels. You can browse the entire collection here and if you’re interested in what’s new, look out below!

Murder Games by James PattersonHere and Gone by Haylen BeckCamino Island by John GrishamThe Fix by David BaldacciMatchUp by Lee ChildTheft by Finding by David SedarisCome Sundown by Nora RobertsThe Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati RoyKennedy and King by Steven LevingstonMagpie Murders by Anthony HorowitzThe House of Secrets by Brad Meltzer

New Reads for June

In order to bring you new and fun recreational reads, the Greenwood Library participates in a book leasing program through McNaughton. These titles are shelved on the small bookcases in the middle of the Atrium and are designated with green labels. You can browse the entire collection here and if you’re interested in what’s new, look out below!

Democracy by Condoleezza RiceTrajectory by Richard RussoThe American Spirit by David G. McCulloughHigh Stakes by Fern MichaelsDragon Teeth by Michael CrichtonSince We Fell by Dennis LehaneThe Long Drop by Denise MinaGinny Moon by Benjamin LudwigAn American Sickness by Elisabeth RosenthalThe Stars Are Fire by Anita ShreveGolden Prey by John SandfordSycamore by Bryn ChancellorThe People We Hate at the Wedding by Grant Ginder