These books may be accessed via Overdrive by signing in with your patron number found on the back of your library card at http://nebraska.lib.overdrive.com. They may be downloaded to portable devices and are only available to Alliance Public Library patrons, versus the entire Overdrive consortium, so availability should be good.
The Dilemma of Charlotte Farrow by Susam Martins Miller: During the exciting days of the 1893 Chicago Exposition a young woman’s social position forces her to make difficult choices.
Gathering of Waters by Bernice L. McFadden: A deeply engrossing tale narrated by the town of Money, Mississippi—a site both significant and infamous in our collective story as a nation. Money is personified in this haunting story, which chronicles its troubled history.
Gods Without Men by Hari Kunzru: Jaz and Lisa Matharu are plunged into a surreal public hell after their son, Raj, vanishes during a family vacation in the California desert. However, the Mojave is a place of strange power, and before Raj reappears inexplicably unharmed–but not unchanged–the fate of this young family will intersect with that of many others.
Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner: Discover the wonder and activity that lies beneath winter s snowy landscape in this magical children’s book.
Prairie Silence by Melanie Hoffert: A rural expatriate’s struggle to reconcile family, home, love, and faith with the silence of the prairie land and its people.
Scones and Scensibility by Lindsay Eland: In a small New Jersey beach town, twelve-year-old Polly Madassa, who speaks like a character in her two favorite novels, “Pride and Prejudice” and “Anne of Green Gables,” spends the summer making deliveries for her parents’ bakery and playing matchmaker, with disastrous results.
Shout Her Lovely Name by Natalie Serber: Mothers and daughters ride the familial tide of joy, regret, loathing, and love in these stories of resilient and flawed women.
Weeknight Dinners by the Gooseberry Patch: Need to change up dinnertime and try something new? Would you rather serve a homecooked meal instead of ordering take-out? Weeknight Dinners is here to help! In addition to over 250 delicious recipes like you expect, each chapter in this cookbooks is devoted to a different theme…you’ll breeze through the week!
What We Saw at Night by Jacquelyn Mitchard: After glimpsing an older man in a room with a dead girl, sixteen-year-old Allie, who has a life-threatening allergy to sunlight, discovers she is the lone key to stopping a serial killer.
Wonders of the Invisible World by Patricia McKillip: A collection of myth and fairy tales that include princesses dancing with dead suitors, a knight in love with an official of exotic lineage, and fortune’s fool stealing into the present instead of the future.