Hey! Hey! What do you say? Nothing says “Hooray!” like New Book Day!
Download this New Book Order Form (PDF) and return it to any desk in the Library. We would be happy to put any of these books on hold for you!
Other ways to place holds:
- Call the Library at 262-532-8920
- Email your name, library card number, and hold requests to HoldRequests@menomonee-falls.org
- Click on any of the links below to log into our catalog and place the holds yourself
Featured New Releases
A House is a Body by Shruti Swamy
Dreams collide with reality, modernity with antiquity, and myth with identity in the twelve arresting stories of A House Is a Body. Set in the United States and India, they reveal small but intense moments of beauty, pain, and power that contain the world.
Hieroglyphics by Jill McCorkle
Retired couple Lil and Frank seek to understand the parents they each lost as children. Lil sifts through letters, notes, and diary entries, and Frank visits the house where he lived as a boy. A young single mother, Shelley, lives there now, and Frank’s repeated visits trigger memories of her own family, memories she’d hoped to keep buried.
Murder Most Sweet by Laura Jensen Walker
A new series set in Wisconsin! Baker Teddie St. John is walking her dog when she finds her missing silk scarf. Only problem: it’s tied tightly around the neck of a beautiful blond woman. Before you can say “Wisconsin kringle,” Teddie becomes a murder suspect. Can Teddie clear her name and deliver a killer’s just desserts?
Fair Warning by Michael Connelly
Book 3 in the Jack McEvoy mystery series. When a woman he had a one-night stand with is murdered in a particularly brutal way, McEvoy realizes he might be facing a criminal mind unlike any he’s previously encountered.
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini
Kira Navárez dreamed of life on new worlds. Now she’s awakened a nightmare. During a routine survey mission on an uncolonized planet, Kira finds an alien relic. At first she’s delighted, but elation turns to terror when the ancient dust around her begins to move and war erupts among the stars.
A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son by Michael Ian Black
Honest, funny, and hopeful, comedian Michael Ian Black’s heartfelt letter to his college-bound son skillfully navigates the complex gender issues of our time and delivers a poignant answer to an urgent question: How can we be, and raise, better men?
- Homeland Elegies by Ayad Akhtar
- Thick as Thieves by Sandra Brown
- Two Reasons to Run by Colleen Coble
- The Glass House by Beatrice Colin
- The Roommate by Rosie Danan
- The Evening and the Morning by Ken Follett
- The Stone Wall by Beverly Lewis
- His Only Wife by Peace Medie
- Savage Kiss by Roberto Saviano
- Once Two Sisters by Sarah Warburton
- Murder Goes to Market by Daisy Bateman
- Murder in the Bayou Boneyard by Ellen Byron
- Mortmain Hall by Martin Edwards
- Next to Last Stand by Craig Johnson
- Revenge in Rubies by A.M. Stuart
- The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett
- The Vineyards of Champagne by Juliet Blackwell
- A Week at the Shore Barbara Delinsky
- Close Up by Amanda Quick
- Masked Prey by John Sandford
- All Adults Here by Emma Straub
- Piranesi by Susanna Clarke
- Return of the Wizard King by Chad Corrie
- Architects of Memory by Karen Osborne
- The Forgotten Kingdom by Signe Pike
- The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart
- The Heirs of Locksley by Carrie Vaughn
- Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day by Jay Shetty
- The Good Assassin: How a Mossad Agent and a Band of Survivors Hunted Down the Butcher of Latvia by Stephan Talty
- No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention by Reed Hastings
- Olive & Thyme: Everyday Meals Made Extraordinary by Melina Davies
- Serial Griller: Grillmaster Secrets for Flame-Cooked Perfection by Matt Moore
- Family in Six Tones: A Refugee Mother, an American Daughter by Lan Cao
- More Than a Woman by Caitlin Moran
- Walking Milwaukee: 31 Tours of the Brew City’s Neighborhoods, Landmarks, and Entertainment Districts by Royal Brevvaxling
- The Last Million: Europe’s Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War by David Nasaw
- Speaking for Myself by Sarah Huckabee Sanders