Author Archives: Sarah Reynolds

New Reads for Winter

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!

Beautiful country: a memoir by Qian Julie WangAct like you got some sense: and other things my daughters taught me by Jamie Foxx with Nick ChilesCloud cuckoo land by Anthony DoerrApples never fall by Liane MoriartyWe are not like them by Christine Pride and Jo PiazzaThe man who died twice by Richard OsmanThe Lincoln highway by Amor TowlesThe first shots: the epic rivalries and heroic science behind the race to the coronavirus vaccine by Brendan BorrellReprieve by James Han MattsonBewilderment by Richard PowersRock paper scissors by Alice FeeneyA good day for chardonnay by Darynda JonesCrossroads by Jonathan FranzenThe island of missing trees by Elif ShafakThe judge's list by John GrishamState of terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise PennyStill life / Sarah WinmanThe stranger in the lifeboat by Mitch AlbomThe sentence by Louise ErdrichNo time like the future: an optimist considers mortality by Michael J. Fox

New Reads for Fall

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 love songs of W.E.B du Bois by Honoree Fanonne JeffersVelvet was the night by Silvia Moreno-GarciaIn the country of others by Leila SlimaniBilly Summers by Stephen KingA terrible fall of angels by Laurell K. HamiltonOut of the pocket: football, fatherhood, and college gameday Saturdays by Kirk Herbstreit with Gene WojciechowskiAll in: an autobiography by Billie Jean King with Johnette Howard and Maryanne VollersA slow fire burning by Paula HawkinsThe madness of crowds by Louise PennyLadyparts: a memoir by Deborah CopakenIntimacies by Katie KitamuraMy heart is a chainsaw by Stephen Graham JonesThe quiet zone: unraveling the mystery of a town suspended in silence by Stephen Kurczy

August’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!

While Justice Sleeps by Stacey Y. AbramsThat Summer by Jennifer WeinerDown Range by Taylor MooreThis Is Your Mind on Plants by Michael PollanBlackout by Various AuthorsSooley by John GrishamThe Forest of Vanishing Stars by Kristin HarmelSteel Fear by Brandon Webb & John David MannAll Our Shimmering Skies by Trent DaltonFox and I by Catherine RavenFalse Witness by Karin SlaughterFalling by T.J. NewmanAn Ugly Truth by Sheera Frenkel and Cecilia KangBlind Tiger by Sandra BrownWe Are the Brennans by Tracey LangeBreathe by Joyce Carol OatesThe Lions of Fifth Avenue by Fiona DavisAll's Well by Mona AwadThe Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley HellerThe Sweetness of Water by Nathan HarrisThe Bone Code by Kathy ReichsHow Stella Learned to Talk by Christina Hunger

June’s New Reading

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!

Sparks like Stars by Nadia HashimiSorrowland by Rivers SolomonThe Happiest Man on Earth: The Beautiful Life of an Auschwitz Survivor by Eddie JakuThe Other Black Girl by Zakiya Dalila HarrisPreventable: The Inside Story of How Leadership Failures, Politics, and Selfishness Doomed the U.S. Coronavirus Response by Andy SlavittShape: The Hidden Geometry of Information, Biology, Strategy, Democracy, and Everything Else by Jordan EllenbergFreedom by Sebastian JungerThe Thursday Murder Club by Richard OsmanSharks in the Time of Saviors by Kawai Strong WashburnUnsettled Ground by Claire FullerThe Paris Library by Janet Skeslien CharlesProject Hail Mary by Andy WeirDowneast: Five Maine Girls and the Unseen Story of Rural America by Gigi GeorgesInstructions for Dancing by Nicola YoonSomebody's Daughter: a Memoir by Ashley C. FordPunch Me Up to the Gods by Brian BroomeAll that She Carried: The Journey of Ashley's Sack, a Black Family Keepsake by Tiya MilesHow Lucky by Will LeitchSurvive the night by Riley SagerThe Man Who Lived Underground by Richard WrightThe Maidens by Alex Michaelides

New Reads for the Summer

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!

We begin at the end by Chris WhitakerThe bounty by Janet Evanovich and Steve HamiltonThe sanatorium by Sarah PearseThe rose code by Kate QuinnThe five wounds by Kirstin Valdez QuadeStargazer by Anne HillermanOf women and salt by Gabriela GarciaThe path to Sunshine Cove by RaeAnne ThayneVera by Carol EdgarianBroken (in the best possible way) by Jenny LawsonGold diggers by Sanjena SathianCooking for one: scaled recipes, no-waste solutions, and time-saving tips by America's Test KitchenCaul baby by Morgan JerkinsGood company by Cynthia D'Aprix SweeneyYour brain is always listening: tame the hidden dragons that control your happiness, habits, and hang-ups by Daniel G. Amen, MDThe good sister by Sally Hepworth

New Reads for March

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!

Before She Disappeared by Lisa GardnerAftershocks by Nadia OwusuThe Lost Boys by Faye KellermanKeep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age by Sanjay Gupta, MD with Kristin LobergThis Is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyberweapons Arms Race by Nicole PerlrothThe Russian by James Patterson and James O. BornInfinite Country by Patricia EngelThe Survivors by Jane HarperDangerous Women by Hope AdamsThe Committed by Viet Thanh NguyenUncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man by Emmanuel AchoThe Four Winds by Kristin HannahThe Nature of Fragile Things by Susan MeissnerJust as I Am by Cicely Tyson with Michelle BurfordThe Prophets by Robert Jones, Jr.The Kaiser's Web by Steve BerryGood Neighbors by Sarah LanganHow to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need by Bill GatesGood eggs by Rebecca Hardiman

New Reads for February

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 Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. SchwabThe Cold Millions by Jess WalterLeave the World Behind by Rumaan AlamThe Shadow Box by Luanne RiceThe Children's Blizzard by Melanie BenjaminThe Mystery of Mrs. Christie by Marie BenedictAll the Colors of Night by Jayne Ann KrentzSpin by Patricia CornwellA Promised Land by Barack ObamaThe Wife Upstairs by Rachel HawkinsThe Scorpion's Tail by Douglas Preston & Lincoln ChildSomeone to Watch Over Me by Ace AtkinsAmerican Traitor by Brad Taylor