The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
Creating New Mexico by the editors of El Portal Magazine was given by Vivian Grimes in memory of Joe and Pearl Likely.
The short stories, poems, drawings, and photographs in this compilation of works by students and alumni at Eastern New Mexico University celebrate the history, landscape and people of our unique region.
Dead Silence by Randy White takes Doc Ford, a marine biologist with a background in espionage, on a race against time when kidnappers with a definite agenda give him thirty-six hours to find a boy they have buried alive.
Hodgson Mill Whole Grain Baking by Hodgson Mills offers 400 healthy and delicious recipes for muffins, breads, cookies, waffles, pasta, and more, including gluten-free and bread machine recipes that will provide your family with the nutrition they deserve without sacrificing taste.
Wild Sorrow by Sandi Ault resumes the story of Jessica Wild, a Bureau of Land Management agent from Taos, New Mexico who stumbles across a frozen corpse and a hate crime with disturbing roots in the history of the Pueblo Indians.
My Name is Anne, She Said, Anne Frank by Jacqueline van Maarsen tells the story of a remarkable and fascinating friendship between Anne Frank and a classmate who attended a school for Jewish children in Amsterdam.
Over and Under: A Novel by Todd Tucker tells of two twelve-year-old boys who are best friends even though their fathers at odds, and their last summer of innocence and freedom before they realize violence and tragedy changes their world forever.
The Complete Book of Crochet Border Designs: Hundreds of Classic and Original Patterns by Linda Scbapper illustrates and describes over 300 embellishments for ready-to-wear items or your own handmade projects.