BOOK BUZZ: Yard, bake, book sale set for May 23-24

By Sharon Wolfe

Special to the Star

The Pathfinder Library will be hosting a Yard, Bake and Book Sale on Friday, May 23 and Saturday, May 24. Baked goods are needed and gently used yard sale items — no clothes please. Stop by and support your home town library!

New in Fiction:

“The Bookstore” by Deborah Meyler, “In Paradise” by Peter Matthiessen, “The Street of a Thousand Blossoms” by Gail Tsukiyama, “The Duke and I” by Julia Quinn, “Marriage Between Friends” by Debbie Macomber, “All I Ever Wanted” by Kristan Higgins, “Prodigal Son” by Susan Mallery, “The Silence of Winter”, “Goodbye to Yesterday”, “The Hope of Spring”, “The Pieces of Summer”, “A Revelation in Autumn” and “A Vow for Always” all by Wanda Brunstetter.

New in Non Fiction:

“Finding Me — a decade of darkness, a life reclaimed: a memoir of the Cleveland kidnappings” by Michelle Knight, “May is Morel Month in Michigan” by Heather Hallen, “Recipe Book for Feeding Wild Birds” by Deana Jager, “Master of the Mountain: Thomas Jefferson and his slaves” by Henry Wiencek, “Ike’s Bluff — President Eisenhower’s secret battle to save the world” by Evan Thomas, “The Blitzkrieg Legend — the 1940 campaign in the West” by Karl Heinz Freiser, “Engineers of Victory — the problem solvers who turned the tide in the Second World War” by Paul Kennedy, “Don’t Pick Poison! : when gathering mushrooms for food in Michigan” by Heather Hallen.

New in Kids:

“The Most Thankful Thing” by Lisa McCourt, “The Grumpy Morning” by Pamela Edwards, “Norman Fools the Tooth Fairy” by Carol Carrick, “Case of the Missing Cookies” by Denise Patrick, “Monsters in My Mailbox” by Ellen Jackson, and the “Ant Elephant” by Bill Peet.