Check out some of the latest publications that Novel Bay Booksellers, 44 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, added to its shelves. Maybe you will find your next read here!
Earth messages by Jill Harding
This charming picture book by Door County author and artist Jill Harding offers simply sweet messages of respect for nature and a love for our world.
We are a family by LeBron James and Andrea Williams
This inspiring original work by NBA superstar LeBron James and acclaimed author Andrea Williams is a heartwarming story about having dreams of success and overcoming challenges to achieve a goal. For 8-12 year olds.
Phantom heart by Kelly Creagh
This reimagining of the classic Phantom of the Opera tale is engaging and compelling.
FICTION FOR ADULTS
The magician by Colm Toibín
This dazzling and brilliant saga is based on the life of famous novelist Thomas Mann – an epic story that is deeply luminous and elegantly readable.
LIBRARY FOR ADULTS
Here it counts: an American story by Alexander S. Vindman
Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is the military officer who testified about former President Donald Trump’s offer to lift his grip on military supplies that Ukraine urgently needs if its president agreed to publicly launch an investigation into the Bidens. Vindman covers all of this in just 240 pages. You will feel better about our government and our military after reading this account – but not necessarily our politicians.
Edge Shoreline: Door County Lakeside Forests and Wetlands by Paul M. Lurie
It’s a fantastic addition to any Door County home library. The book is a Door County Land Trust production with aerial views by photographer Paul M. Lurie, contributions by the late Norbert Blei, and writings by Steven Leonard and Cinnamon Rossman. Shore on the edge sheds light on and describes why the county’s shifting coastline is a disturbing sign of global climate change, but Leonard and Rossman offer hope through their descriptions of Door County’s long history of land conservation.
Beauty in Simplicity: Arts and Crafts Pottery by Virginia Jones Mahér
Beauty made easy highlights the fine art pottery of the early 20th century Arts and Crafts movement, which influenced studio art pottery and contemporary ceramics today. The Arts and Crafts movement celebrated the simple lines, utility, and nature of pottery unlike the mass production and industrialization that were popular at the time. Door County art historian Virginia Jones Maher includes writings from contemporary artists, designers and architects to create an excellent art history accompanied by stunning color photos.