The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
How to Feed a Teenage Boy: Recipes and Strategies by Georgia Orcutt presents more than 150 recipes for simple, satisfying fare that will provide our ravenous, junk food-loving, green-phobic sons with tasty and nutritious meals for life.
The Bone Garden by Tess Gerritsen blends past and present in a story told in alternate chapters as modern-day medical examiner Maura Isles seeks to unravel the murder of a nameless woman committed in 1830.
The One-Minute Cleaner Plain and Simple by Donna Smallin compiles 500 tips and techniques for lightening your load and helping you maintain a fresh and sparkly home one short minute at a time.
Missing Witness by Gordon Campbell introduces Dan Morgan, a brilliant criminal attorney who takes on a murder case with ingenious twists and in which the question of guilt and innocence takes on a profound new meaning.
The Dog Behavior Answer Book: Practical Insights and Proven Solutions for Your Canine Questions by Arden Moore explains canine quirks, baffling habits, and destructive behavior, and shows how, once you understand what makes him tick, better manners are just a treat or two away.
Killer Weekend by Ridley Pearson is set in Sun Valley, Idaho as a local sheriff struggles to protect a controversial politician from the elegant plan of a hired assassin.
I Was a Really Good Mom Before I Had Kids: Reinventing Modern Motherhood by Trisha Ashworth draws on interviews with mothers across the nation, uncovers a surprisingly similar trend among them, diagnoses the craziness, and offers real solutions so that mothers can love their motherhood as much as they love their kids.