Spring, in any year, is a time of refreshment and renewal, but this year, in particular, finds readers needing an extra dose of engrossing and inspiring reads. Here are a few new titles available at Medina County District Library to reinvigorate your reading!
A wealthy, suburban mother’s life comes to a halt when her infant son is taken. To get little Robert back, Bree must do exactly as Coral Lee–a mysterious, malignant older woman–demands. Bree is a stranger to her, but Coral Lee seeks revenge for the very bad things that happened to her own child. When secrets are revealed, they threaten more than a baby’s life. A fast-paced cat-and-mouse suspense novel with strong female characters.
Flora has a long marriage, a loyal best friend, a beautiful daughter, and an independent theater company that she and her husband, Julian, have given their lifeblood to sustain. But when she discovers an envelope containing Julian’s wedding ring that he lost years ago, everything she thinks she knows becomes questionable. With unexpected humor and heart, this novel takes us inside one woman’s most cherished bond.
Accommodations by Stephanie & Jeremy Puglisi
The summer of 2020 saw a huge resurgence in the popularity of camping. Keep that great trend going with this guide to some of the best outdoor places to stay, including where to eat, what to do, and a variety of accommodations.
Fatigue is one of the most common complaints of Americans. Dr. Gundry, the author of The Plant Paradox, delves into the causes of fatigue that contribute to low mood, poor sleep, and illness, and offers a plan to boost mental and physical stamina through brain-healthy foods.
The popular Instagram (@FlavCity) couple’s second cookbook is full of simple yet delicious meals based on foods found easily in popular grocery stores like Costco and Trader Joe’s. Shopping tips and meal game plans to round out this appealing and approachable book.
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