New Nonfiction titles @ your library

The New Senior’s Guide to Computers, the Internet, and Cellphones: Provides information and advice on using modern technology and is specifically aimed at the aging adult population.

Enduring Vietnam by James Wright: The Vietnam War is largely recalled as a mistake, either in the decision to engage there or in the nature of the engagement. Or both. Veterans of the war remain anonymous figures. Critically recounting the steps that led to the war, this book does not excuse the mistakes, but it brings those who served out of the shadows.

The complete Guide to Understanding, Managing & Improving Your Peripheral Neuropathy by Dr. Michael Veselak: Presents a comprehensive guide to neuropathy as it incorporates all the necessary components to understanding, managing and improving your neuropathy. We are confident that you will find this guide quite useful and informative.

The 10-Day Belly Slimdown by Kellyann Petrucci: The 10-Day Belly Slimdown includes daily meal plans, batch cooking tips to make meal prep a snap, 80 delicious new recipes, and a sensible maintenance plan. As you heal your belly from the inside out, you’ll feel younger, happier, and lighter than you thought possible.

What Color is Your Parachute by Richard Bolles: This revised edition combines classic elements like the famed Flower Exercise with updated tips on social media and search tactics. Bolles demystifies the entire job-search process, from writing resumes to interviewing to networking, expertly guiding job-hunters toward their dream job.

Best Colleges: Offers comprehensive advice for high school students and their families on researching their college choices, drawing up a smart shortlist, putting together an application, and finding the money to pay the bills.

The Line Becomes a River by Francisco Cantu: A beautiful, fiercely honest, and nevertheless deeply empathetic look at those who police the border and the migrants who risk – and lose – their lives crossing it. Searing and unforgettable, The Line Becomes a River makes urgent and personal the violence our border wreaks on both sides of the line.

Last Hope Island by Lynne Olson: In World War II, London became the safe haven for the leaders of seven occupied countries–France, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, Norway, Czechoslovakia and Poland–who fled there to avoid imprisonment and set up governments in exile to commandeer their resistance efforts.

Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhout: A powerful, poetic memoir of a woman’s coming of age on the Seabird Island Indian Reservation in the Pacific Northwest. Having survived a profoundly dysfunctional upbringing only to find herself hospitalized and facing post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar II disorder; Terese Marie Mailhot is given a notebook and begins to write her way out of trauma.

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