Maps, from Hemispheres and
Dino’s Illustrated World.
These four sets of laminated
maps offer a little something
for everyone curious about
their country and the world.
The two sets of world and United
States maps come with the classic
look of blue oceans or the timeless
look of a light sepia background.
Specifically for kids, “The World & United
States” and “Animals of the World & Solar
System” sets have more than 400 illustrations
Staff book picks
Act of War, by Brad Thor. After a CIA agent
mysteriously dies overseas, six exchange students go missing, two airplane passengers
trade places and one political-asylum seeker
is arrested, a deadly chain of events is set in
motion. With the United States facing an
imminent attack, America’s new president
must turn to covert counterterrorism operative Scot Harvath to help carry out two of the
most dangerous operations in the country’s
Lookaway, Lookaway, by Wilton Barnhardt.
Jerene Johnston is trying to keep it all together.
She and her husband, Duke, are old-money—
and old secrets—Southerners in an age of
new money. Duke, the descendant of a
Confederate general, saw his political aspirations cut off under mysterious circumstances
and settled into life as a Civil War re-enactor.
If he weren’t enough to keep an eye on, their
four children find themselves tangled in
problems of their own making. It’s a great, rollicking satire of the South.
Power Play, by Catherine Coulter. As if
losing her fiancé in a car accident isn’t bad
enough, Natalie Black, the U.S. ambassador to
the Court of St. James’s, is blamed for the
crash. Then someone tries to force her off the
M2 outside London, and when she returns to
the U.S. she’s nearly killed when a car tries to
mow her down while she’s out for a run. No
one believes her except FBI Special Agent
Davis Sullivan. The stakes only increase as she
tries to find out who’s after her. This is a great
read for anyone who will be turning to books
for their summer adventures.
The Ninja Librarians: The Accidental Key-hand, by Jen Swann Downey. Dorrie and her
brother, Marcus, discover that mops aren’t the
only thing in the janitor’s closet of their local
library. They find the headquarters of a secret
society of time-traveling ninja librarians.
Their mission: Protect those whose words get
them into trouble, anywhere and at any time.
Dorrie would love to join the society, but
when a traitor surfaces, she and Marcus are
prime suspects. Can they clear their names
before the only passage back to the 21st century closes forever?—Lindsay Bubitz
per map along with 50 trivia questions—the
answers to which can be found on the
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