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New in at the library:

Adult Fiction:

Big sky by Kate Atkinson
The other Mrs Miller by Allison Dickson
Take it back by Kia Abdullah
City of windows by Robert Pobi
Knife by Jo Nesbo
Hush hush by James Patterson & Candice Fox
The holiday by T.M. Logan
The most difficult thing by Charlotte Philby
Wilde women by Louise Pentland
Come back for me by Heidi Perks
The sleepwalker by Joseph Knox
Expectation by Anna Hope
Good girl bad girl by Michael Robotham
The perfect wife by JP Delaney
Secrets in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope
Ask again, yes by Mary Beth Keane
The sword saint by C.F. Iggulden
Three hours by Roslund & Hellstrom
Fleishman is in trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner
Promised land by Martin Fletcher
Cold welcome by Elizabeth Moon

Adult Nonfiction:

Three women by Lisa Taddeo
Time song by Julia Blackburn
Wilding by Isabella Tree
Our place by Mark Cocker
Thinking on my feet by Kate Humble
Out of the woods by Luke Turner
The easternmost house by Juliet Blaxland

Children’s:

Dalmatian in a digger by Rebecca Elliott
Bear out there by Jacob Grant
Fergal is fuming by Robert Starling
Don’t go there by Jeanne Willis & Hrefna Bragadottir
Clem and crab by Fiona Lumbers
The bug collector by Alex G Griffiths
What do you do if you house is a zoo? By John Kelly & Steph Laberis
The things by Petronela Dostalova
Boom! Bang! Royal meringue! By Sally Doran & Rachael Saunders
Swarm of bees by Lemony Snicket & Rilla Alexander
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New in at the library:

Adult Fiction: 

Big sky by Kate Atkinson
The other Mrs Miller by Allison Dickson
Take it back by Kia Abdullah
City of windows by Robert Pobi
Knife by Jo Nesbo
Hush hush by James Patterson & Candice Fox
The holiday by T.M. Logan
The most difficult thing by Charlotte Philby
Wilde women by Louise Pentland
Come back for me by Heidi Perks
The sleepwalker by Joseph Knox
Expectation by Anna Hope
Good girl bad girl by Michael Robotham
The perfect wife by JP Delaney
Secrets in the Cotswolds by Rebecca Tope
Ask again, yes by Mary Beth Keane
The sword saint by C.F. Iggulden
Three hours by Roslund & Hellstrom
Fleishman is in trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner
Promised land by Martin Fletcher
Cold welcome by Elizabeth Moon

Adult Nonfiction: 

Three women by Lisa Taddeo
Time song by Julia Blackburn
Wilding by Isabella Tree
Our place by Mark Cocker
Thinking on my feet by Kate Humble
Out of the woods by Luke Turner
The easternmost house by Juliet Blaxland

Children’s:

Dalmatian in a digger by Rebecca Elliott
Bear out there by Jacob Grant
Fergal is fuming by Robert Starling
Don’t go there by Jeanne Willis & Hrefna Bragadottir
Clem and crab by Fiona Lumbers
The bug collector by Alex G Griffiths
What do you do if you house is a zoo? By John Kelly & Steph  Laberis
The things by Petronela Dostalova
Boom! Bang! Royal meringue! By Sally Doran & Rachael Saunders
Swarm of bees by Lemony Snicket & Rilla Alexander

How many books do you currently have in your TBR pile? ...

How many books do you currently have in your TBR pile?

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Me - 15. Daughter - 67. (Because I keep picking up books I think she would like).

Physical pile, fewer than 10. Mental list - endless 😩. I've just read a lovely book from your library, A Map of Salt and Stars ❤️

Tim

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The winner of the 2019 Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize is Robert Macfarlane!

The Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize celebrates the best books about nature, the outdoors and UK travel. Celebrating its sixth year the Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize, is awarded annually to the book which most successfully reflects the ethos of renowned nature writer Alfred Wainwright’s work, to inspire readers to explore the outdoors and to nurture a respect for the natural world.

We have all of the shortlisted books available to borrow.
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The winner of the 2019 Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize is Robert Macfarlane! 

The Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize celebrates the best books about nature, the outdoors and UK travel. Celebrating its sixth year the Wainwright Golden Beer Book Prize, is awarded annually to the book which most successfully reflects the ethos of renowned nature writer Alfred Wainwright’s work, to inspire readers to explore the outdoors and to nurture a respect for the natural world.

We have all of the shortlisted books available to borrow.

Thank you to Mian for designing this awesome HBN rock!

It's now safely hidden in the library!
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Thank you to Mian for designing this awesome HBN rock!

Its now safely hidden in the library!

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Paul Watterson Keith Watterson 🥰

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