Weller Public Library's books of the Month
January 19, 2023
WAITSBURG-Here are the recommended books for January from the Weller Public Library
"Dreamland" by Nicholas Sparks.
Love story about risking everything for a dream- and whether it's possible to leave the past behind.
"The It Girl" by Ruth Ware.
Mystery following a woman on the search for answers a decade after her friend's murder.
"Lessons in Chemistry" by Bonnie Garmus.
A 2022 New York Times best book of the year, this novel follows its vibrant protoganist as she dares to challenge the status quo and encourages others to do the same.
"Mosaic Crochet Workshop" by Esme Grick.
Modern geometric designs for throws and accessories.
"Stone Edge Farm Kitchen Larder Cookbook"by John McReynolds, Mike Emanuel, and Fiorella Butron.
Seasonal recipes for pantry and table.
"The Door of No Return" by Kwame Alexander.
Epic and unforgettable tale of adventure, family, betrayal and bravery. Reading level Grade 5 & up.
"Frankie's World" by Aoife Dooley.
Fresh and funny graphic novel about fitting in and standing out. (Reading level 3rd-7th Grade)
"King & Kayla and the case of the Lost Library Book"by Dori Hillestad Butler and Nancy Meyers.
Laugh-out-loud mystery from the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor Award-winning series. (Reading level 2nd-4th Grade)
"Let's Do Everything and Nothing" by Julia Kuo.
Lyrical picture book celebrating special moments – big and small – shared with a child. (Reading level PreK-1st Grade)
"So Much More to Helen! The Passions and Pursuits of Helen Keller" by Meeg Pincus.
A picture book celebrating the many accomplishments of Helen Keller.
"13 Art Movements Children Should Know" by Brad Finger.
Eye-catching introduction to major art movements in art history, from Romanesque to Pop Art.
"La isla del Tesoro" by Robert L. Stevenson.
Added to our growing Spanish-language section, Treasure Island is a classic coming-of-age story with buccaneers and buried gold
"Wuthering Heights" by Emily Brontë.
Classic novel following two families of landed gentry living on the West Yorkshire moors.