By Sarah L. Thomson
DBC 11567, Available as BARD Download
In this thrilling coming-of-age adventure, a female ninja – a deadly flower – faces a host of extraordinary obstacles some of them supernatural, when she takes on her first lethal assignment. Young Adult. 2016.
Follow Your Dog: A Story of Love and Trust
By Ann Chiapetta
DBC 11582, Available as BARD Download
Drawing on her skills as a poet and therapist, the author of this candid memoir explores her life-changing relationship with her guide dog. 2017.
For the Love of Physics: From the End of the Rainbow to the Edge of Time – A Journey Through the Wonders of Physics
By Walter Lewin with Warren Goldstein
DBC 4043, Available as BARD Download
A distinguished MIT professor of physics, and a passionate fan of his field, invites readers to see the physical world as he does – as “a beautifully, thrillingly interwoven whole.” 2011.
The Good Son
By Christopher Anderson
DBC 11417, LT 17159, Available as BARD Download
The complicated relationship between John F. Kennedy, Jr. and his mother, Jackie, is explored in intimate detail be a veteran journalist and long-time Kennedy watcher. 2014.
House of Velvet and Glass
By Katherine Howe
DBC 4008, Available as BARD Download
After her mother and sister die on the Titanic, a wealthy young Bostonian seeks comfort from a medium and soon finds herself embroiled in a mystery that stretches from the back alleys of Shanghai to the stately homes of Beacon Hill. 2012.
By Filomena Tripp with Jamie Ouelette Sullivan
DBC 11593, Available as BARD Download
Born with multiple disabilities, the author of this inspirational memoir emigrates from the Azores when she is twelve and embarks on a new life – deepened by faith, love and adventure – in New Bedford, Massachusetts. 2017.
Lalibella the Ladybug Paints Her World
By Kia Janeen Smith
DBC 11600, Available as BARD Download
A purple ladybug in a village of red ladybugs, Lalibella discovers the beauty of being unique and different. Grades K-3. 2017.
The Last Pick: The Boston Marathon Race Director’s Road to Success
By David J. McGillivray
DBC 11605, Available as BARD Download
Renowned for his management savvy and passion for road racing, the author chronicles his journey from undersized suburban Boston kid in the 1960’s to towering figure in the American sports scene. 2006.
Mercy: The Incredible Story of Henry Bergh, Founder of the ASPCA and Friend to Animals
By Nancy Furstinger
DBC 11574, Available as BARD Download
A 19th century New Yorker who never owned a pet, Henry Bergh was an unlikely advocate for animal rights, but he used his millions and his flare for publicity to safeguard work horses, service dogs, and other four-legged creatures. Grades 5-8. 2016.