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New Adult Fiction

The arsonists' city Alyan, Hala,
Saving grace Babitt, Debbie,
The outside man Bentley, Don
Cloudmaker Brooks, Malcolm,
The cook of the Halcyon Camilleri, Andrea,
It's been a pleasure, Noni Blake Christian, Claire,
Win Coben, Harlan,
Call me Elizabeth Lark Colasanti, Melissa,
Moments like this Gomez, Anna,
The postscript murders Griffiths, Elly,
Murder ink Hechtman, Betty,
Klara and the sun Ishiguro, Kazuo,
Rhapsody Kaplan, Mitchell James,
Save me from dangerous men Lelchuk, S. A.,
Transient desires Leon, Donna,
The minders Marrs, John
The Satapur moonstone Massey, Sujata,
The jigsaw man Matheson, Nadine,
How beautiful we were Mbue, Imbolo,
The lizards of Palm Beach McDougall, Bruce,
Love and other lies McPherson, Ben,
The stills Montgomery, Jess,
'Til I want no more Pearson, Robin W.
The rose code Quinn, Kate,
Black widows Quinn, Cate
Bride of the sea Quotah, Eman,
Let her lie Reardon, Bryan,
Not dark yet Robinson, Peter,
The kitchen front Ryan, Jennifer,
Everything after Santopolo, Jill,
Tricky Stallings, Josh,
The lamplighters Stonex, Emma,
When twilight breaks Sundin, Sarah
The seed keeper Wilson, Diane,
Double jeopardy Woods, Stuart,
On fragile waves Yu, E. Lily,

New Adult Non Fiction

You don't belong here Becker, Elizabeth
The achiever fever cure Booth, Claire,
The inevitable Engelhart, Katie,
The enlightenment Robertson, Ritchie,
7 days of simplicity Hatmaker, Jen,
Things worth dying for Chaput, Charles J.,
Church, interrupted Cornwell, John,
No pain, no gaines Gaines, Chip,
Under a white sky Kolbert, Elizabeth,
Everything will be okay Perino, Dana,
Little platoons Feeney, Matt,
Chaos under Heaven Rogin, Josh,
How rights went wrong Greene, Jamal,
Maniac Schechter, Harold,
Confident women Telfer, Tori,
Come fly the world Cooke, Julia,
The zoologist's guide to the galaxy Kershenbaum, Arik,
Beloved beasts Nijhuis, Michelle,
Ice walker Raffan, James,
Count down Swan, Shanna H.,
Clean mind, clean body Stiles, Tara,
The problem of Alzheimer's Karlawish, Jason,
Houseplants for all Horst, Danae,
Eat better, feel better De Laurentiis, Giada,
The Milk Street cookbook Kimball, Christopher,
The ultimate meal prep cookbook  
Spicebox kitchen Shiue, Linda,
The art of punch needle embroidery Suarez, Marie,
Festival days Beard, Jo Ann,
The girl explorers Zanglein, Jayne E.,
Women in white coats Campbell, Olivia
Plunder Kaiser, Menachem,
La passione Hales, Dianne R.,
Three tigers, one mountain Booth, Michael,
The hardest place Morgan, Wesley,
Speak, Okinawa Brina, Elizabeth Miki,
In search of a kingdom Bergreen, Laurence,
Blindfold Padnos, Theo,
Assume nothing Selvaratnam, Tanya,
Just as I am Tyson, Cicely,
George Washington Stewart, David O.,
Limitless Weggemann, Mallory,

New Picture Books

If you come to Earth Blackall, Sophie,
But not the hippopotamus Boynton, Sandra.
The bear went over the mountain Cabrera, Jane,
Over in the meadow Cabrera, Jane,
Ten ways to hear snow Camper, Cathy,
Jabari tries Cornwall, Gaia,
Let's play monsters! Cousins, Lucy,
Milo imagines the world de la Peña, Matt,
The hike Farrell, Alison,
Birrarung Wilam Murphy Wandin, Joy,
Sacred song of the hermit thrush Tehanetorens,
Mad, mad bear! Gee, Kimberly,
Glad, glad Bear Gee, Kimberly
Off to see the sea Grimes, Nikki,
Out the door Hale, Christy,
Eyes that kiss in the corners Ho, Joanna,
Hat tricks Kitamura, Satoshi
Lone wolf Kurpiel, Sarah,
The paper boat Lam, Thao
A big bed for Little Snow Lin, Grace
Birds McDonald, Jill
Hello, World! Cars and Trucks McDonald, Jill
Backyard bugs McDonald, Jill
Hello, world! construction site McDonald, Jill.
Lola goes to school McQuinn, Anna
Lola plants a garden McQuinn, Anna
A bear is a bear (except when he's not) Newson, Karl,
Wheels on the bus Raffi,
One of these is not like the others Saltzberg, Barney
13 stories about Harris Schwartz, Amy,
Stretchy McHandsome Schachner, Judith Byron,


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Updated on March 2

June 4, 2021


Dear Stowe Community:

The Stowe Free Library Board of Trustees met this morning and approved fully opening the Library to visitors on June 14th. We are excited and anxious for this day to arrive. Many thanks to the Stowe community for their patience throughout these difficult months.

The Library will continue to take appointments through June 9th but will not be providing any library service June 10th through the 12th in preparation for the opening on the 14th. During those three days, staff will be working on technology updates and rearranging furniture, workspaces, etc.

In the month of June, staff will be onsite and library services will be available. The doors will be open Monday – Friday, 9:30 to 5:30; Saturday, 10:00 to 3:00.

Our regularly scheduled library service hours will return on July 6th: Monday, Wednesday, Friday – 9:30 to 5:30; Tuesday, Thursday, 12:00 to 7:00; Saturday, 10:00 to 3:00.

Please call us at 802-253-6145 or email [email protected] with any questions.

It’s been a long time coming, but we are so ready to see the Library filled with smiling faces and inquisitive minds.




Cindy Weber, SFL Director






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Friends of the Stowe Free Library Updates


36th Annual Book Sale Canceled

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak we have sadly come to the decision to cancel the 2020 36th annual Book Sale in July.  At this time no book donations are being accepted for the inside book sale or the 2021 books sale.  Thank you for all of your support!

Call or email the library with questions, 802-253-4808 / [email protected]

 As always we thank you for your support!

2021 Spring Speaker Series 

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