January, 2023 Newest Titles in the Library

– NEWEST ADDITIONS TO THE LIBRARY –    January 2023

 

The Warmth of Other Suns – The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration. Isabel Wilkerson, 2010 [304.8*] “From 1915 to 1970, this exodus of almost six million [black]people changed the face of America.”

 

Caste – The Origins of Our Discontents. Isabel Wilkerson, 2020 [305.5*] A deeply researched history of real people shaped by our country’s historical rigid hierarchy of human rankings.

 

Caring for Creation – In Your Own Backyard. Loren & Mary Ruth Wilkinson, 1992 [363.7*] “…more than a hundred simple things you and your family can do to make God’s earth a better place in which to live… show you how to celebrate God’s creation through the seasons of the year.”

 

Amazing Churches of the World – More than 150 Cathedrals, Chapels & Basilicas. Michael Kerrigan, 2020 [720] From Catholic to Protestant, Orthodox to Coptic 190 photographs tell of the stories of these Christian places of worship.

 

Children’s Bible – Easy to Read Version. Leafwood Publishers, 2012 [Child/Bible]  ”…everyday style and colorful illustrations …will open up the meaning of God’s Word, even for those who are not familiar with the Bible.”

 

The Beginner’s Bible – Timeless Children’s Stories. Zonderkidz, 2005 [Child/Bible] “Introduce children to the stories ad characters of the Bible.”

 

Memphis. Tara M. Stringfellow, 2022 [Fiction] “…tracing three generations of a Southern Black family and one daughter’s discovery that she has the power to change their legacy.”

 

American Dirt. Jeanine Cummins, 2019 [Fiction] Instantly transformed to migrants a mother is forced to flee with her son from a Mexican drug cartel after the husband/father writes a tell-all profile of the cartel leader.

 

Signs – The Secret Language of the Universe. Laura Lynne Jackson, 2020 [133.9] “A collection of incredible stories…that speak to the universe’s endless capacity for magical moments.”

 

When Breath Becomes Air. Paul Kalanithi, 2016 [920] “What makes life worth living in the face of death?”  This is the memoir of a young neurosurgeon who was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer.

 

 

*Matthew 25 Shelves

*Creation Care Shelves