Barbieri Collection


These books were purchased with funds donated in memory of Richard Barbieri:

Trap the Devil, by Ben Coes (Dewey Andreas #7)
The One Man, by Andrew Gross
To the Bright Edge of the World, by Eowyn Ivey
A Fine Retribution, by Dewey Lambdin (Alan Lewrie #23)
Use of Force, by Brad Thor (Scot Horvath #16)
The Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead
Gardening for the Birds by George Adams
Braving It, A Father, A Daughter, and an Unforgettable Journey into the Alaskan Wild, by James Campbell
Glorious Shade by Jenny Rose Carey
The Backyard Beekeeper by Kim Flottum
The Jersey Brothers, by Sally Mott Freeman
Going Deep, John Philip Holland and the Invention of The Attack Submarine, by Lawrence Goldstone
The Flying Warrior, My Life as a Naval Aviator During the Vietnam War, by Jules Harper
The Great Rescue, American Heroes, and Iconic Ship, and the Race to Save Europe in WWI, by Peter Hernon
The Flower Gardener’s Bible by Lewis and Nancy Hill
Homegrown Berries
Veggie Garden Remix by Niki Jabbour
The Beekeeper’s Bible, Bees, Honey, Recipes and Other Home Uses by Richard Jones
Never Call Me a Hero, A Legendary American Dive-Bomber Pilot Remembers the Battle of Midway, by N. Jack “Dusty” Kleiss
Can I Carry Your Luggage​, Tales behind the Wildlife Photos, by Shelley Lance-Fulk and Jacklyn Amtower (Maine)
The Greenhouse Gardener’s Manual by Roger Marshall
How Not to Kill Your Houseplants by Veronica Peerless
Greenhouse Gardener’s Companion by Shane Smith
In Harm’s Way, the Sinking of the USS Indianapolis and the Extraordinary Story of Its Survivors, by Doug Stanton
All the Gallant Men, the First Memoir by a USS Arizona Survivor, by Donald Stratton
Six Frigates by Ian W. Toll (359.0097)
Fresh from the Garden by John Whitman
Tin Can Titans, the Heroic Men and Ships of WW II’s Most Decorated Navy Destroyer Squadron, by John Wukovits
Refugee, by Alan Gratz
Big Bad Ironclad! (Nathan Hales’s Hazardous Tales #2) (GN)
The Sign of the Cat by Lynne Jonell
Torpedoed! A WWII Story of a Sinking Passenger Ship and Two Children’s Survival at Sea, by Cheryl Mullenbach

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