Here’s what’s new at the Yankton Community Library this week:

Large Print Books

• After the End by Clare Mackintosh, fiction

• Window on the Bay by Debbie Macomber, fiction

Adult Books

• 50 Years: The Story of Woodstock Live: Relive the Magic, Artist by Artist by Julien Bitoun, nonfiction

• Chasing the Moon: The People, the Politics, and the Promise That Launched American into the Space Age by Robert Stone, nonfiction

• Childfree by Choice: The Movement Redefining Family & Creating a New Age of Independence by Amy Blackstone, nonfiction

• Elvis in Vegas: How the King Reinvented the Las Vegas Show by Richard Zoglin, nonfiction

• The Ghosts of Eden Park: The Bootleg King, the Women who Pursued Him, and the Murder That Shocked Jazz-Age America by Karen Abbott, nonfiction

• How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi, nonfiction

• It’s Not Me: Understanding Complex Trauma, Attachment and Dissociation by Anabel Gonzalez, nonfiction

• The Liberation of Paris: How Eisenhower, De Gaulle, and Von Choltitz Saved the City of Light by Jean Smith, nonfiction

• North of the Platte, South of the Niobrara: A Little Further into the Nebraska Sand Hills by Bryan Jones, nonfiction

• Steak and Cake: More Than 100 Recipes to Make Any Meal a Smash Hit by Elizabeth Karmel, nonfiction

• Betrayal by Robin Lee Hatcher, fiction

• The Book Supremacy by Kate Carlisle, fiction

• The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman, fiction

• City of Windows by Robert Pobi, fiction

• Cygnet: A Novel by Season Butler, fiction

• The Dark Side by Danielle Steel, fiction

• The Daughter by Sara Slaedel, fiction

• Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle, fiction

• The Disappearance of Alistair Ainsworth by Leonard Goldberg, fiction

• The Escape Room by Megan Goldin, fiction

• Family of Origin by CJ Hauser, fiction

• Fleishman Is in Trouble by Taffy  Brodesser-Akner, fiction

• Fray by Rowenna Miller, fiction

• The Girl Who Lived Twice by David Lagercrantz, fiction

• The Golden Hour by Beatriz Williams, fiction

• Gravity is the Thing by Jaclyn Moriarty, fiction

• The Hard Stuff by David Gordon, fiction

• Have You Seen Luis Velez by Catherine Ryan Hyde, fiction

• A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder by Dianne Freeman, fiction

• The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe, fiction

• The Marriage Clock by Zara Raheem, fiction

• The Me I Used to Be by Jennifer Ryan, fiction

• The Perfect Wife by JP Delaney, fiction

• Pretty Revenge by Emily Liebert, fiction

• A Pure Heart by Rajia Hassib, fiction

• The Rationing by Charles Wheelan, fiction

• The Secret Letter by Debbie Rix, fiction

• The Song of the Jade Lily by Kirsty Manning, fiction

• Summer Hours: A Novel by Amy Mason Doan, fiction

• Temper by Layne Fargo, fiction

• Texas Forever by Janet Dailey, fiction

• This Tender Land by William Krueger, fiction

• Th1rt3en by Steve Cavanagh, fiction

• The Violin Maker’s Daughter by Sharon Maas, fiction

• Waiting for Tom Hanks by Kerry Winfrey, fiction

• Wanderers: A Novel by Chuck Wendig, fiction

• Whisper Network by Chandler Baker, fiction

• The Women of the Copper Country by Mary Doria Russell, fiction

• You Cannot Mess This Up: A True Story That Never Happened by Amy Weinland Daughters, fiction

Adult CD Books

• The Family Next Door by Sally Hepworth, fiction

• The Mother’s Promise by Sally Hepworth, fiction

• The Testaments by Margaret Atwood, fiction

Adult DVD’s

• John Wick 3: Parabellum, fiction

• The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, fiction

• The Walking Dead: The Complete Ninth Season, fiction

• Young Sheldon: The Complete Second Season, fiction

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Visit library.cityofyankton.org or call the library at 605-668-5275 to reserve any of these titles!

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