The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:
Taunton’s Complete Illustrated Guide to Woodworking by Lonnie Bird was given by Ellen Harrison in memory of Ned Wright.
This step-by-step shop reference covers all of the fundamental techniques every woodworker needs to know and includes over 1,200 photos and drawings that illustrate how to accomplish essential tasks from setting up a shop to finishing.
Endings: A Novel by Barbara Bergin begins as Dr. Leslie Cohen moves temporarily to Abilene, Texas, to fill in at the medical practice of a surgeon on leave, but her new-found friendship with a local rancher is hampered by the memory of a tragedy in her past.
Options Trading 101: From Theory to Application by Bill Johnson steps you through an entirely new world of investing – one that gives buyers the right to buy or sell shares of stock while choosing which risks they want to take and which to avoid.
The Forgery of Venus by Michael Gruber is an intricately layered and absorbing psychological thriller that explores the intersection at which artistic genius and sanity collide.
I, Clovis: Memoir of a Good Dog by Douglas Harlan tells the story of a unique relationship between canines and human beings from the perspective of a dog who erased the species barrier.
Desperate Journey by Julie Ellis involves a woman who escapes from a demanding and tyrannical husband in Iran and attempts to rebuild a secure home for her son, but her dream of a second chance of happiness is threatened as her ex-husband vows to track her down.
Southern Living: 40 Years of Our Best Recipes offers an historical collection of more than 250 great-tasting, tried-and-true Southern recipes along with a wealth of kitchen tips that will help you cook with confidence and pleasure.