Puddle Pug by Kim Norman

Monty says:
This is an adorable book about Percy the Pug. Percy loves puddles and wants to be friends with the piglets next door, but mamma pig has other thoughts. The illustrations are precious and add so much to the story.

Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

Susan says:
I enjoy well-plotted psychological thrillers, and this one did not disappoint. A fifteen-year-old girl goes missing while walking to the library. The mystery goes unsolved until ten years later when clues to her disappearance start turning up!

Your Name

Kirsten says:
An animated take on body swapping similar to Freaky Friday for those who like romance.

The Library Book By Susan Orlean

Andrew says:
A must read for bibliophiles. The author uses the unsolved LA Central Library fire of 1986 to examine the role of books and libraries on her life and their role in the larger society.

Lightning in a Bottle: A One Night History of the Blues

Tracy says:
This special one-night-only celebration of the Blues features incredible live appearances from the likes of Keb’ Mo’, Buddy Guy, Mavis Staples, India.Arie, Macy Gray, John Fogerty, Bonnie Raitt, Steven Tyler & Joe Perry, the Neville Brothers, Robert Cray, Alison Krauss, B.B. King, and others—all interwoven with behind-the-scenes moments, historic video clips, and reminiscences. There are so many standout moments, but both musical perfomances from Angélique Kidjo—“Zélie,” a traditional African chant, and Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child”—were downright jaw-dropping.

National Treasure

Cheryl says:
Nicholas Cage and his cohorts use The Declaration of Independence and other important artifacts from the Revolutionary War to hunt for a magnificent treasure. This movie is fun and exciting for the whole family.

Woman Walks Ahead

Donna says:
This movie shows some of the hardships women have faced. One woman braved the old west, and showed the world what she was made of.

Legendary by Stephanie Garber

Stephanie says:
Where reality and fantasy walk too close to know which is which, Legendary will keep you guessing. Who is Legend and why has he created this game? You’ll soon find out!

The Address by Fiona Davis

Cindy says:
An architectural forerunner of it’s time, The Dakota Building, slowly slipped from its beginnings in the 1800’s to present day, 1985. The family who now stands to inherit The Dakota learn all about the deep dark secrets of the building and its former residents. So much history, twists and turns, I loved this book.