Even more new e-books

Did you know you can borrow e-books from the library? Just head over to our digital library catalog, sign in (that step is important!), and you’ll have plenty to choose from. We add new titles to the collection regularly, so if you don’t see what you want, let us know.

(Note: some publishers refuse to sell e-books to libraries. Feel free to contact these publishers and let them know you want to be able to borrow e-books and digital audiobooks from the library, the same way you borrow print books and audiobooks on CD or Playaway.)

Without further ado, here are our new titles (all e-books unless otherwise noted):growingupamish

Nonfiction:
Beyond Belief: My Secret Life Inside Scientology and My Harrowing Escape, Jenna Miscavige
Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat, Bee Wilson
Crossing the Borders of Time: A True Story of War, Exile, and Love Reclaimed, Leslie Maitland
Growing Up Amish, Ira Waglerleanin_sandberg
Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, Sheryl Sandberg
Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us, Michael Moss

Fiction:
The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho
All This Talk of Love, Christopher Castellani
The Andalucian Friend, Alexander Soderberg
Before I Go to Sleep, S.J. Watson burgessboys
Bel Canto, Ann Patchett
The Burgess Boys, Elizabeth Strout
The Expats, Chris Pavone
Infernal Devices, KW Jeter
Keeping Faith, Jodi Picoult
The Last Policeman, Ben Winters
Life After Life, Kate Atkinson*lifeafterlife_atkinson
Life After Life, Jill McCorkle
The Map of Lost Memories, Kim Fay
Nemesis (Harry Hole series, book 4), Jo Nesbo
One False Move, Harlan Coben
The Poisonwood Bible, Barbara Kingsolver
Requiem (Delirium series, book 3), Lauren Oliver
Speaking from Among the Bones (Flavia de Luce series, book 5), Alan Bradleylifeafterlife_mccorkle
Vampires in the Lemon Grove, Karen Russell

*Life After Life by Kate Atkinson is an audiobook (WMA format). Life After Life by Jill McCorkle is an e-book. Both books are featured picks on April’s Indie Next List.

You can view other recently added titles from previous posts here and here. If you need help with the downloading process, remember to check out our helpful E-Book and E-Reader Resources page, or ask us over the phone or in person at the reference desk. Happy reading!

Edited to add: If you’re a little unsure about this whole e-book thing…or if you want to buy an e-reader but aren’t sure which one…or if you’ve had trouble downloading from the OverDrive catalog…or if you have ANY questions about e-books or e-readers…come to our fabulous “E-Reader Expo,” where all your questions will be answered. The e-reader expo is Wednesday, April 10 at 7pm in the Community Room of the library, and it’s free and open to all, no registration necessary.

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1 Response to Even more new e-books

  1. Pingback: New e-books in Arlington’s Overdrive Advantage collection | Robbins Library Blog

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