new adult nonfiction

  • “Norwegian Wood: Chopping, Stacking, and Drying Wood the Scandinavian Way,” by Lars Mytting, published September 2015
  • “North Korea Undercover: Inside the World’s Most Secret State,” by John Sweeney, published July 2015
  • “Trials of Passion: Crimes Committed in the Name of Love and Madness,” by Lisa Appignanesi, published July 2015
  • “Anchor and Flares: A Memoir of Motherhood, Hope, and Service,” by Kate Braestrup, published July 2015
  • “The Associated Press Stylebook (2015),” by Associated Press, published July 2015
  • “Hobby Farm Animals: A Comprehensive Guide to Raising Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Goats, Pigs, Sheep, and Cattle,” by Sue Weaver, Ann Larkin Hansen, Cherie Langlois, Arie McFarlen, and Chris McLaughlin, published July 2015
  • “Stoned: A Doctor’s Case for Medical Marijuana,” by David Casarett, published July 2015
  • “Zerozerozero,” by Roberto Saviano, published July 2015
  • “Dark Places of the Earth: The Voyage of the Slave Ship Antelope,” by Jonathan Bryant, published July 2015
  • “The Pawnbroker’s Daughter: A Memoir,” by Maxine Kumin, published July 2015
  • “Testosterone: Sex, Power, and the Will to Win,” by Joe Herbert, published June 2015
  • “Fastest Things on Wings: Rescuing Hummingbirds in Hollywood,” by Terry Masear, published June 2015
  • “Stalin’s Daughter: The Extraordinary and Tumultuous Life of Svetlana Alliluyeva,” by Rosemary Sullivan, published June 2015
  • “Hiking Sasquatch Country: Exploring Bigfoot’s Backyard,” by Wendy Swanson, published May 2015
  • “Gwynne’s Grammar: The Ultimate Introduction to Grammar and the Writing of Good English,” by N.M. Gwynne, published September 2014

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This is just a sampling of new books now available from any of the four branches of Josephine Community Libraries, thanks to funding from the Carpenter Foundation, the Meyer Memorial Trust, Grants Pass Friends of the Library, and donors like you and your neighbors.