New Books at the Library

We are now open to the public! Here are a few of our recent additions that you can browse in the library or here on our site. You can still place holds on our books online and we can schedule an appointment for pick-up service if you wish.


The Midnight Bargain – C.L. Polk

“Polk’s stellar debut… blends taut mystery, exciting political intrigue, and inventive fantasy… Polk is a writer to watch.” –Publishers Weekly Starred Review








Jonny Appleseed – Joshua Whitehead

Every so often, a book comes along that feels like a milestone, with revolution nestled beneath every sentence, every word. Oji-Cree/nehiyaw two-spirit/Indigiqueer writer Joshua Whitehead’s Jonny Appleseed is one of those books … With its fluid structure and timelines, Jonny Appleseed creates a dream-like reading experience — and with a narrator as wise, funny and loveable as Jonny, it’s the sort of dream you don’t want to wake up from. –The Globe and Mail







Hench – Natalie Zina Walschots

” In this refreshing, subversive, and darkly humorous debut novel, poet and journalist Walscholts slowly reveals the nuances of her superpower-filled world, keeping readers guessing. Hench reads like a comic without the illustrations and is packed with subplots and rapid-fire wit. With a diverse and inclusive cast of characters, Walschots’ original tale performs a brilliant and exciting variation on the superhero trope and is not to be missed.” (Booklist (starred review))







Butter Honey Pig Bread – Francesca Ekwuyasi

Ekwuyasi’s magical debut delves into the reverberating effects of a Nigerian mother’s choices on her twin daughters’ lives. The stories of Kambirinachi and her daughters, Taiye and Kehinde, unfold in lyrical, emotionally affecting parallel narratives … Written in sizzling prose, Ekwuyasi’s assured, inspired debut will impress fans of Akwaeke Emezi. –Publishers Weekly (STARRED REVIEW)










Two Trees Make a Forest – Jessica J. Lee

“[An] elegiac book, which smoothly incorporates historical and travel threads . . . A beautiful and personal view of an island―and an author―shaped by environment and history.”
Kirkus Reviews








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