On The Shelves — Sept. 8

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:

Social Marketology: Improve Your Social Media Processes and Get Customers to Stay Forever by Ric Dragon draws on more than 16 years of experience in online marketing show how to build valuable business relationships through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media that can help companies engage customers directly and individually.

A Hundred Summers by Beatriz Williams weaves an intricate tale of friendship, betrayal, old families, and closely guarded secrets set in the summer of 1938 when a scandalous live triangle and a famous hurricane converge in a New England beach community.

Hockey Hall of Fame Treasures showcases more than 850 of the most interesting, unique, famous, and exciting artifacts from the Hockey Hall of Fame accompanied by essays and photographs that capture the essence and outstanding players of the game.

Beautiful Day by Elin Hilderbrand centers on a Nantucket wedding that stirs up trouble on both sides of the family as guests arrive on the island with their own lives in disarray and misbehaving bridesmaids, errant groomsmen, and the threat of rain might turn the perfect weekend into a perfect storm.

The Cowboys by Bruce Wexler delves deep into the world of the tough working conditions of the cowboy on the trail and in the bunkhouse, showcases their clothing and equipment, and reveals the lives of cowhands and ranchers in all aspects of the extraordinary cowboy legend.

Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult blends a classic fairy tale with a uniquely modern twist as fifteen-year-old Delilah crosses the border between reality and fantasy in a perilous search for her own happy ending.

Moving Miss Peggy: A Story of Dementia, Courage, and Consolation by Robert Benson takes an intimate look at what dementia means for a family — how do you organize your mother’s new life, move her from her cherished home, and come to terms with the fact that the woman who once seemed to hold the world in her hands no longer knows the days of the week?

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