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.
THE FANTASTIC INVENTIONS OF NIKOLA TESLA
By Nikola Tesla
TK 140 .T4 A3 2009
ZOYA'S STORY: AN AFGHAN WOMAN'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM
By Zoya with John Follain and Rita Cristofari
DS 371.3 .Z69 2002
NEW MEXICO'S SPANISH LIVESTOCK HERITAGE: FOUR CENTURIES OF ANIMALS, LAND, AND PEOPLE
By William W. Dunmire
SF 51 .D86 2014
HALF THE SKY: TURNING OPPRESSION INTO OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN WORLDWIDE
By Nicholas D. Kristof & Sheryl WuDunn
HQ 1236.5 .D44 K74 2010
EANGER IRVING COUSE: IMAGE MAKER FOR AMERICA
by E. Irving Couse; Virginia Couse Leavitt; Albuquerque Museum
ND 237 .C765 A4 1991
VIVAN LAS FIESTAS!
By Donna Pierce; Museum of International Folk art (N.M.)
GT 4211 .S43 V58 1985
PAINTINGS OF THE SOUTHWEST
by Arnold Skolnick
ND 1351.5 .P38 2002
GRINGO LESSONS: TWENTY YEARS OF TERROR IN TAOS
by Bill Whaley
F 804 .T2 W43 2015
JUST CALL ME JOE
by University of New Mexico
DVD GE198 .N45 J87 2012
by John Nichols
PS 3564 .I274 A8 1987
THE BORROWERS by Mary Norton
HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE by J. K. Rowling
THE SECRET GARDEN by Frances Hodgson Burnett
RUBY GOLDBERG’S BRIGHT IDEA by Anna Humphrey
A WRINKLE IN TIME by Madeleine L’Engle
CHARLOTTE’S WEB by E. B. White
We are a COMMUNITY library and that includes patrons of all ages. We have many children’s books at our Children's campus and we are currently expanding our juvenile collection to include many of today’s most popular young adult books.
July 27 - August 14, 2015
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The computer lab closes 15 minutes early.
The Library may close occasionally for orientation and library instruction.
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