New Books include: *Summer of ’69by Elin Hilderbrand:Dream it’s still summer with this page- turner! *Natural Rivals: John Muir, Gifford Pinchot, and the Creation of America’s Public Lands by John Clayton: A fascinating history of our national parks. *The Yellow Houseby Sarah M. Broom: A memoir of a New Orleans family that Angela Flournoy calls an “extraordinary, engrossing debut” in the NYTBR. *Lady in the Lakeby Laura Lippman: An acclaimed thriller set in 1950s Baltimore. *Semicolon: The Past, Present and Future of a Misunderstood Markby Cecelia Watson: A delightful exploration for all of us grammar lovers, and more!
Also, we have all of Toni Morrison’s novels and a collection of her essays, for
reading and re-reading on the occasion of this literary giant’s death.
New DVDs include: *My Mother’s Early Lovers andNothing Like Dreaming: Two films by Vermont filmmaker NORA JACOBSON, for those who missed the showings at Pierces’ Garage this summer, or want to see them again. Thanks to Sandy Bragg for introducing us to this engaging work!
The Vermont Movie: The multi-part documentary by a number of Vermont