Books Coming to Screens: February 2024

A Beautiful Wedding / Jamie McGuire

Beautiful Wedding

It follows Abby and Travis, who after a crazy night in Las Vegas, discover they are married. They head to Mexico for a honeymoon with friends and family.

Feb 1st/ Theatres/ Place on hold

The Tiger’s Apprentice by Laurence Yep

Tiger's Apprentice

Tom Lee, a Chinese-American boy, after the death of his grandmother, has to be apprenticed to the talking tiger Mr. Hu and learn ancient magic to become the new guardian of an ancient phoenix.

Feb 2nd/ Netflix

Argylle / Elly Conway


An introverted spy novelist is drawn into the activities of a sinister underground syndicate.

Feb 2nd/ Theatres/ Place on hold

Orion and the Dark / Emma Yarlett

Orion and the Dark

Follows Orion, a young boy who is afraid of heights, pets, and rendered nearly catatonic by the worst of all perils: the dark. The Dark takes Orion on a nighttime trip to prove to the youngster that the only thing to fear is fear itself.

Feb 2nd/ Netflix/ Place on hold

One Day / David Nicholls

One Day

Emma and Dexter meet for the first time on the night of their graduation. Tomorrow they must go their separate ways.

Feb 8th/ Theatres/ Place on hold

Float / Kate Marchant

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After she nearly drowns, a young woman unexpectedly falls for the small-town lifeguard who rescued her. Based on the novel by Kate Marchant.

Feb 9th/ Theatres and Streaming/ Place on hold


The Never Game / Jeffery Deaver



Colter Shaw travels the country in his old-school RV to help police and private citizens solve crimes and locate missing persons until his latest case changes everything.

Feb 11th/ CBS/ Place on hold

Shōgun/James Clavell


When a mysterious European ship is found marooned in a nearby fishing village, Lord Yoshii Toranaga discovers secrets that could tip the scales of power and devastate his enemies.

Feb 27th/ Hulu/ Place on hold

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ALA Award Winners

The American Library Association just announced the winners for children’s book awards!

Caldecott Winner


Newbery Winner

The Eyes and the Impossible

Coretta Scott King

Nigeria Jones
An American Story

There Goes the Neighborhood
We Could Fly 

Pura Belpré Awards

Saints of the Household

Theodor Seuss Geisel Award

Fox Has a Problem

Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Award

The Mona Lisa Vanishes

Schneider Family Book Award

Henry, Like Always
The Fire, the Water, and Maudie McGinn
Forever is Now

William C. Morris Award

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Rez Ball

YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults

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Stonewall Book Awards

Cross My Heart and Never Lie
Only This Beautiful Moment  

American Indian Youth Literature Awards

Forever Cousins 
A Letter for Bob
We Still Belong 
Rez Ball

Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature.

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The Truth About Dragons
Ruby Lost and Found
I’d Rather Burn Than Bloom

The Sydney Taylor Book Award

Two New Years
The Dubious Pranks of Shaindy Goodman
The Blood Years

Children’s Literature Legacy Award 

Pam Muñoz Ryan

Margaret A. Edwards Award

Neal Shusterman
Learn more: ALA website.

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If you enjoyed One of Us is Lying, try these books

If you enjoyed the One of Us Is Lying series, here are a few more mystery books that may interest you.

A good girl’s guide to murder /Holly Jackson

As her senior capstone project, Pippa Fitz-Amobi is determined to find the real killer in a closed, local murder case, but not everyone wants her meddling in the past.

Put book on hold / eBook/ eAudio


Cover imageThe cheerleaders / Kara Thomas

As a town prepares for the anniversary of the deaths of five cheerleaders who were killed in three separate, horrific accidents, two teens uncover long-buried truths about what really happened years ago.

Put book on hold/ eBook



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The Ivies / Alexa Donne

The Ivies, five prep school elites who would kill to get into the colleges of their dreams, has a showdown after Liv gets into Harvard and queen bee Avery does not.

Put book on hold



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They wish they were us / Jessica Goodman

At an exclusive prep school on Long Island, Jill Newman looks forward to her senior year as a member of the school’s most elite clique, the Players, until new evidence surfaces about the murder of her close friend Shaila.

 Put book on hold / eAudio


Cover imageThese deadly games / Diana Urban

When Crystal Donavan gets a message on a mysterious app with a video of her little sister gagged and bound, she agrees to play the kidnapper’s game. At first, they make her complete bizarre tasks: steal a test and stuff it in a locker, bake brownies, make a prank call. But then Crystal realizes each task is meant to hurt–and kill–her friends, one by one. But if she refuses to play, the kidnapper will kill her sister. Is someone trying to take her team out of the running for a gaming tournament? Or has the kidnapper uncovered a secret from their past, and wants them to pay for what they’ve done.

Put book on hold 


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How to survive your murder / Danielle Valentine

Alice is sent back to the night of her sister’s murder and has until midnight to figure out who the killer is or risk losing her sister forever.

Put book on hold / eBookeAudio



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The Agathas / Kathleen Glasgow & Liz Lawson

Alice Ogilvie’s disappearance last summer is the biggest scandal at Castle Cove High School–until her ex-boyfriend is accused of murdering his new girlfriend, and Alice must pair up with her tutor Iris Adams to clear his name by relying on the wisdom of Agatha Christie.’

Put book on hold eAudio


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Five Total Strangers / Natalie D. Richards

Desperate to reach her grieving mother, Mira joins a group of college students driving home after their flight is stranded, but the road conditions are not the only mortal danger they face.

Put book on hold / eBookeAudio


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