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Immediately below is a small selection of the new books and other materials in the collection of YOUR Library. Come on by; we will be happy to help with your library needs.
BORN FOR LOVE
By SZALAVITZ, MAIA, PERRY, BRUCE D., M.D., Ph.D
BF 575 .E55 S93 2011
ELEMENTS OF STYLE, THE, 4th EDITION
By STRUNK, WILLIAM, JR, WHITE, E.B., ANGELL, ROGER
PE 1408 .S77 2000
CURANDERO: A LIFE IN MEXICAN FOLK HEALING
By TORRES, ELISEO "CHEO"; SAWYER, TIMOTHY L., JR.
RZ 407 .T67 2005
CRITICAL THINKING, 11th EDITION
By MOORE, BROOKE NOEL; PARKER, RICHARD
B 105 .T54 M66 2015
WOMEN'S HEALTH: READINGS ON SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL ISSUES, 5th EDITION
By WHATLEY, MARIANNE H;, WORCESTER, NANCY
RA 564.85 .W685 2009
By CAMUS, ALBERT
PQ 2605 .A3734 P413 1948
TILLER'S GUIDE TO INDIAN COUNTRY: ECONOMIC PROFILES OF AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVATIONS
By TILLER, VERONICA; E. VELARDE
*REF/ E 93 .T55 2015 (This is a Reference book and can only be read in the Library)
ESSENTIALS OF PSYCHOLOGY: CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS, 4th EDITION
By NEVID, JEFFREY S
BF121 .N416 2015
WORLD'S WISDOM, THE: SACRED TEXTS OF THE WORLD'S RELIGIONS
By NOVAK, PHILIP
BL 70 .N68 1995
BRIEF ATLAS OF THE HUMAN BODY, 2ND EDITION
By HUTCHINSON, MATT; JON MALLAT; ELAINE NICPON MARIEB, ET. AL
QM 25 .H88 2007
WRITER'S REFERENCE, A, 8TH EDITION
By HACKER, DIANA; NANCY SOMMERS
* REF/ PE 1408 .H2778 2015 (This is a Reference book and can only be read in the Library)
Life of Pi by Yann Martel
PR 9199.3 M3855 L54 2001
Women Singing in the Snow by Tey Diana Rebolledo
PS 153 .M4 R43 1995
St. Mawr & The Man Who Died by D.H. Lawrence
PR 6023 A93 S8 1953
Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness by Edward Abbey
PS 3551 .B2 Z463 1990
Talking Leaves: Contemporary Native American Short Stories Edited by Craig Lesley
PS 508 I5 T35 1991
Earth Power Coming: Short Fiction in Native American Literature Edited by Simon J. Ortiz
PS 508 I5 E23 1983
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