BALDWIN \u2014 Stop by the Pathfinder library and check out these new titles added to the collection this week. Book of the week "Olive, Again" by Elizabeth Strout (fiction). The iconic Olive struggles to understand not only herself and her own life but the lives of those around her in the town of Crosby, Maine. Whether with a teenager coming to terms with the loss of her father, a young woman about to give birth during a hilariously inopportune moment, a nurse who confesses a secret high school crush, or a lawyer who struggles with an inheritance she does not want to accept, the unforgettable Olive will continue to startle us, to move us, and to inspire us \u2014 in Strout\u2019s words \u2014 \u201cto bear the burden of the mystery with as much grace as we can.\u201d (Amazon.com) New fiction "Shelter in Place" by Nora Roberts, "All This Could Be Yours" by Jami Attenberg, "Grand Union: stories" by Zadie Smith, "Miramar Bay" by T. Davis Bunn, "Where Hope Prevails" by Janette One, "A Morning Like This" by Deborah Bedford, "All This Could be Yours" by Jami Attenberg, "Blind Sided" by Kate Watterson, "Bloody Genius" by John Sandford (large print), "City of Bones" by Michael Connelly (large print), "Let It Snow" by Nancy Thayer (large print). New mystery "Thin Air" by Lisa Gray, "Blood Hollow" by William Kent Krueger, "Blue Moon" by Lee Child (large print), "The Night Fire" by Michael Connelly (large print). New nonfiction "The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience" by Hillary Clinton, "Celebrating the Midwestern Table: Real Food for Real Times" by Abby Mandel, "Idlewild and Woodland Park, Michigan" by Rose Hammond, "Judy's Rolls" by Judy Morris, "Me" by Elton John, "Unfollow: A Memoir of Loving and Leaving the Westboro Baptist Church" by Megan Phelps-Roper, "Catch and Kill" by Ronan Farrow, "Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover and Me" by Adrienne Brodeur, "Long Way Home" by Cameron Douglas, "Principles" by Ray Dalio, "I Really Needed This Today: Words to Live By" by Hoda Kotb, "Dare to See" by Katie Brown, "The Berlin Candy Bomber" by Gail S. Halvorsen, "What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love" by Carole Radziwill. New kids "All Are Welcome" by Alexandra Penfold, "The Pigeon Has to Go to School!" by Mo Willems, "The Big Dipper" by Franklyn Mansfield Branley, "The Enormous Turnip" by Aleksey Tolstoy, "Please Don't Eat Me" by Liz Climo, "Sulwe" by Lupita Nyong'o, "Saturday" by One Mora.