Starting on the last day of classes (June 20) and during Exam Week, students are allowed to take out MEI Secondary Library books to borrow over the summer break – there is no limit on how many you can borrow! The library books are due on the first day back at school: Tuesday September 5.
For permission forms or more info, stop by the library and chat with Ms.Penner.
Did you like the Books of the Infinites trilogy — Prophet — Judge — King? Don’t miss one of R.J. Larson’s newest fantasy novels: DownFallen.
“Corban Thaenfall of Siphra is a fugitive from justice, separated by his own crimes from the woman he loves. Desperate to find peace for his warring soul, he resolves to make amends. But when he impulsively joins a fight to protect a family from mercenaries, Corban realizes that he risks his life and the chance to beg forgiveness for his crimes.
Matteo of Arimna longs to repay his enemies for the massacre that nearly destroyed his family and Darzeq’s royal dynasty. But with the realm of Darzeq in chaos and all loyalties suspected, he and his cousin, Anji, must depend upon a renegade nobleman to help them reach safety.”
Did you like The Divergent Trilogy, or The Hunger Games series?
Have you read The Uglies or The Last Survivors series?
If you liked those, you’ll love Lisa T. Bergren‘s lastest series: Remnants.
“Destined since birth to act as humanity’s last hope, a group of gifted teens called the Remnant begin their mission to course-correct humanity, one person at a time. But as soon as they begin to move, so do their enemies, placing the entire world in peril.”
Check out Davis Bunn’sStorm Syrell Adventure series, new to the MEI Secondary Library.
The adventure begins in Gold of Kings when “art and antiquities dealer Storm Syrrell closes up shop and begins a dangerous investigation into the murder of her grandfather, Sean, whose hidden journal reveals he led a much more exciting life behind his public persona as a discreet art broker”.
The adventure continues in The Black Madonna when “antiquities dealer Storm Syrrell is hired by the handsome Harry Bennett to investigate the theft of the Black Madonna of Czestochowa and sets out to Europe with Bennett in search of the artifact and details about her grandfather’s murder”.
Have you ever wondered what happened with Christy and Todd after their wedding in the Christy and Todd, the college years series? Now we’ll know! Robin Jones Gunn has started a new series called Christy & Todd: The Married Years and book one will be hitting our shelves sometime next fall!
While you’re waiting, why don’t you check out some other series by Robin Jones Gunn such as: The Christy Miller Series, The Sierra Jensen Series, Christy and Todd the College Years, The Glenbrooke Series, or The Katie Weldon Series. Characters from one series are often included in another, so you’re never sure when your favorite characters will pop up — my vote is to read them all!
An electrifying tale of mystery and romance where evil lurks around every corner. When 2 female bodies are discovered in a remote location just outside of Atlanta, Georgia, Detective Avery North is called in. Helping her solve the murders is Medical Examiner Jackson Bryant. It soon becomes apparent that there is more to the murders than meets the eye. Someone is targeting young women, do they have a serial killer on the loose?
This is book 1 in a Southern Crime Series that follows the perilous world of human trafficking. Rated 4.5 out of 5 by Christianbook.com.
Interested in historical romance fiction? Why not read “The Message of the Quilt, by Stephanie Grace Whitson. This is the story of Emilie Rhodes an independent woman living in the 1890’s who wants to write “real news” in her father’s newspaper. Emilie decides to write anonymously in order to win a writing competition. One of the people she interviews is Noah Shaw known as “The Man of Many Voices” who she eventually falls in love with. Noah is on a quest of his own, he’s trying to figure out his past by getting answers to his Grandma’s quilt stories. Will Noah find out the truth about his heritage?
“This heart-worming story about love from first sight, hunting past, shady background and unknown future is very inspiring. Absolutely worth reading… What truths do his Grandma’s quilts hold?” — Goodreads
“Whether you’re a fan of Jane Austen or Charlotte Brontë, or both, you will soon become a fan of Julie Klassen once you read this wonderful book.” — GoodReads
“A fantastic read. Every time I was sure I had figured out the twisty-turny plot, the story would take another turn to prove me wrong. I loved it!”
—Author Michelle Griep
“Finding himself the man of the family, London dancing master Alec Valcourt moves his mother and sister to remote Devonshire, hoping to start over. But he is stunned to learn the village matriarch has prohibited all dancing, for reasons buried deep in her past.
Alec finds an unlikely ally in the matriarch’s daughter. Though he’s initially wary of Julie Midwinter’s reckless flirtation, he comes to realize her bold exterior disguises a vulnerable soul—and hidden sorrows of her own.
Julia is quickly attracted to the handsome dancing master—a man her mother would never approve of—but she cannot imagine why Mr. Valcourt would leave London, or why he evades questions about his past. With Alec’s help, can Julia uncover old secrets and restore life to her somber village . . . and to her mother’s tattered heart?
Filled with mystery and romance, The Dancing Master brings to life the intriguing profession of those who taught essential social graces for ladies and gentlemen hoping to make a “good match” in Regency England.” — From author’s website
Have you heard? Robin Jones Gunn is currently writing another book about Todd & Christy!
Click HERE to see what she has to say:
“The experience has been euphoric. It’s like being back at the best sort of summer camp with the best sort of closest friends, sharing the best sort of secrets.
I am so eager to share their stories with you. Hopefully this new book will be available before the end of 2014 (squeal!).”
And you can be guaranteed that as soon as it is available, MEI Secondary Library will be getting a copy — we can’t wait!