On the shelves — Sept. 18

The following books are available at:

Clovis-Carver Public Library

Heroes For My Son by Brad Meltzer was given by Jane and Pat Miner in memory of Paul Huerta. To offer positive role models for his son, a father compiles the stories of fifty-two heroes, tells the behind-the-scenes stories of the moment that made them great, and highlights the virtues and talents that inspired an ordinary person to achieve the extraordinary.

There When He Needs You: How to Be an Available, Involved, and Emotionally Connected Father to Your Son by Neil Bernstein was given by Pat and Jane Miner in memory of Robert Taylor. A comprehensive guide for fathers at every stage of their son’s development offers useful case examples that will enrich the lives of the men who read it, as well as the lives of the children who will one day be fathers themselves.

The Language of Trust: Selling Ideas in a World of Skeptics by Michael Maslansky was given by Jane and Pat Miner in memory of Charles Wade. Based on pioneering consumer research around the world, this book shows you how to regain the confidence of today’s skeptical customers who have learned to listen less and question more, and how to communicate with them on their terms to build trust and credibility.

Colorado Wild and Beautiful by Glen Randall was given by Kappa Master Sorority in memory of Charles Wade. The 125 detailed images in this beautiful volume create an extraordinary portrait of the Centennial State’s most spectacular mountain ranges, canyons, historical sites, wildlife, and natural landscape as captured by an accomplished outdoorsman who explores the backcountry heights.

Art of the Automobile: The 100 Greatest Cars by Dennis Adler was given by Carolyn and Oscar Toliver in memory of Charles Wade. Through the lens of a master photographer, this book offers magnificent examples of classic automobiles that are regarded by collectors and historians as the greatest cars ever built, taking you from the dawn of the auto industry to the threshold of a new century.

The Devil’s Light by Richard Patterson develops a tense plot into a startling and prescient thriller about an Al Qaeda operative who directs the theft of a nuclear bomb and secretly transports it toward an unknown target, while CIA officer Brooke Chandler races to prevent the destruction of a major Western city.