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New Fiction News for March 2016

Hello readers!

We’re quickly approaching March Break, which means it’s time to come by the library and check out something to read as you sit on a beach or your couch or anywhere that is not here. May I suggest one of the new books listed below? You can click on the cover to go to that books record in our catalog. Happy reading!

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New Fiction News, December 2015

We’ve added a bunch of great new books to the Calarco Library fiction (and graphic novels!) sections in December. Completely new titles, sequels to popular stories, mythology mashups, podcast spin-offs – there’s a little bit of everything. You can browse many of them below, or take a look through the Calarco Library Catalog. Clicking on a cover will take you to the record for that book.

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New Fiction News for November 2015

Hello readers!

We went on a bit of a tear, adding over 50 new books to our fiction collection in the past month. You can browse many of them below, or take a look through the Calarco Library Catalog. Clicking on a cover will take you to the record for that book.

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Coming to Calarco: October 2015

coming soon

Keep an eye out for these new and noteworthy books.

Fiction

Fates and Furies -Lauren Groff

A Window Opens -Elisabeth Egan

Best Boy -Eli Gottlieb

Still Life -Louise Penny

The Tsar of Love and Techno: Stories -Anthony Marra

Eileen -Ottessa Moshfegh

Everybody Rise -Stephanie Clifford

Undermajordomo Minor -Patrick deWitt

Quicksand -Steve Toltz

Girl with a Pearl Earring -Tracy Chevalier

Animal Dreams -Barbara Kingsolver

A Constellation of Vital Phenomena -Anthony Marra

The Sportswriter -Richard Ford

YA Fiction

The Invasion of the Tearling -Erika Johansen (sequel to The Queen of the Tearling)

All the Bright Places -Jennifer Niven

The Young Elites -Marie Lu

The Rose Society -Marie Lu (sequel to The Young Elites)

The Rest of Us Just Live Here -Patrick Ness

The Sleeper and the Spindle -Neil Gaiman

Dumplin’ -Julie Murphy

Another Day -David Levithan (companion to Every Day)

Nightfall -Jake Halpern

Darius & Twig -Walter Dean Myers

Fake ID -Lamar Giles

Fairest: Levana’s Story -Marissa Meyer (a Lunar Chronicles book)

Habibi -Naomi Shihab Nye

More Happy Than Not -Adam Silvera

Everything, Everything -Nicola Yoon

Non-Fiction

Ordinary Light: A Memoir -Tracy K. Smith

Most Dangerous: Daniel Ellsburg and the Secret History of the Vietnam War -Steve Sheinkin

The Billion Dollar Spy -David E. Hoffman

I’m Fine -Emily Wang (stories by one of Hopkins’ very own!)

Fire Shut Up in My Bones -Charles M. Blow (memoir)

The Art of Memoir -Mary Karr

Kafka: The Decisive Years -Reiner Stach

Steve Jobs -Walter Isaacson

The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid: A Memoir -Bill Bryson

Graphic Novels

Nimona -Noelle Stevenson

This One Summer -Mariko Tamaki

New Books News: Spring Edition

The Calarco Library has kept busy this spring finding new books for the Hopkins community. Check out the list of recent editions below or visit the library catalog to find a specific title.

*A friendly reminder: Calarco Library rents Kindles to staff, faculty and students alike with full access to our 600+ e-book collection. If you would like to check out a Kindle, stop by the library at any time!

Coming to Calarco: November Edition

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Keep an eye out for these new and noteworthy books.

Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future -by A.S. King

Alan Turing: The Enigma -by Andrew Hodges

(the book that inspired the upcoming film The Imitation Game)

Midwinter Blood -by Marcus Sedgwick

The 5th Wave -Rick Yancey

The Eye of Minds -by James Dashner

Belzhar -by Meg Wolitzer

The Rithmatist -by Brandon Sanderson

Revival -by Stephen King

The Children Act -by Ian McEwan

The Strange Library -by Haruki Murakami

Here, Bullet -by Brian Turner

Without You, There Is No Us: My Time with the Sons of North Korea’s Elite -by Suki Kim

My Life as a Foreign Country -by Brian Turner

The Republic of Imagination: America in Three Books -by Azar Nafisi

New Books News

Welcome to New Books News, a semi-regular column featuring new additions to the Calarco Library. This fall, we are highlighting some popular new items as well as books that should be popular, but aren’t getting very much play.

For a full list of new books, please visit Calarco’s What’s New LibGuide.

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Fiction

The Goblin Emperor -Katherine Addison

Need convincing? Read Mr. Gette’s book review.

The Magician’s Land -Lev Grossman

EVERYONE thinks this book is the best installment in Grossman’s trilogy. Need convincing? Read the NYT review.

Ancillary Sword -Ann Leckie

A sequel to Ancillary Justice (which won all the awards).

We Were Liars -E. Lockhart

John Green gave Lockhart’s newest book his stamp of approval. Last time Green did that, it was Eleanor & Park. The guys is usually right.

Station Eleven -Emily St. John Mandel

A National Book Award finalist

The Winter People -Jennifer McMahon

Ghosts + Vermont farmhouses + creepiness = a promising story

Clariel: The Lost Abhorsen -Garth Nix

Fans of the Old Kingdom series will be quick to read this prequel. Interested in starting the series? Check out the Nix’s other installments.

Lock In -John Scalzi

Check out Mr. Gette’s book review. The short version is, “This book is awesome.”

Nora Webster -Colm Toibin

This guy is such a heavyweight that it is always worth checking out his latest book.

The Paying Guests -Sarah Waters

After reading The Little Stranger, I’m ready to read anything by Waters.

Frog Music -Emma Donoghue

If you loved Room, you should give Donoghue’s new (and very different) book a try.

Everything Rick Riordan

Graphic Novels

Smile -Raina Telgemeier

Sisters -Raina Telgemeier

Follow Raina’s story in this graphic novel series.