“The 15:17 to Paris”
Based on an incredible true story, three Americans aboard a train in France spring into action when a
terrorist attacks the passengers.
Find it in the library at DVD/FIF or BLU/FIF or click here to reserve a copy.
When T’Challa, King of Wakanda, ascends to the throne, he is faced with a violent opponent who vows vengeance due to T’Challa’s father’s mistake.
Find it in the library at DVD/BLA or BLU/BLA or click here to reserve a copy.
Based on a thrilling novel and starring Jennifer
Lawrence, the film follows ballerina Dominika Egorova who is recruited to a Russian intelligence service. She’s sent on a mission targeting a CIA agent in an attempt to discover the identity of a mole.
Find it in the library at DVD/RED or BLU/RED or click here to reserve a copy.
The charming British clay-mation movie stars Eddie
Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams, and
Timothy Spall in the story of a prehistoric community who have to defend themselves against technologically-advanced invaders.
Find it in the library at DVD/EAR or click here to reserve a copy.
If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say by Leila Sales
Winter Halperin has it all together: she’s a former spelling bee champion, an aspiring writer, and the daughter of a literal parenting expert. But one day,
Winter makes a public mistake online and everything falls apart. Now because of what she said, Winter is
receiving hate mail and death threats. Can she ever fix what she’s done?
Find it in the library at J/TEEN/SAL or click here to reserve a copy.
The Summer that Made Us by Robyn Carr
The Hempsteads–two sisters who married two brothers and each had three daughters–spend every perfect, blissful summer at Lake Waseka. None of them could be happier. But when tragedy strikes and a drowning causes Lake Waseka to close up for good, the Hempsteads’ relationships become strained and painful. One woman makes it her mission to bring her family back together again, but she can only do it by returning to the lake.
Find it in the library at FIC/CAR or click here to reserve a copy.
The Outsider: a novel by Stephen King
An eleven-year-old boy’s murder shocks the Ohio town, especially when DNA evidence and fingerprints confirm that Little League coach Terry Maitland is to blame. When Detective Ralph Anderson takes on the case, he discovers that Maitland has an alibi that checks out: the murderer was out of town that day. Maitland can’t be in two places at the same time . . . or can he?
Find it in the library at FIC/KIN or CD/FIC/KIN or click here to reserve a copy.
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Kate Foley also blogs at themagicviolinist.blogspot.com.