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Non-Fiction

Bright Kids Who Can't Keep Up
Ellen Braaten

Fiction

The Lady of Sorrows
Anne Zouroudi

Talking Books

The Circle
Dave Eggers

CDs

Everything Almost
Jann Arden

Staff Pick

Patrick Lencioni
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Following the success of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team and Death by Meetings, Lencioni’s latest book, The Advantage, presents his view that organizational health provides the organization’s biggest opportunity for competitive advantage. 
Lencioni outlines his model for making an organization healthy and describes how to utilize the benefits a healthy organization creates.  This model requires that four key disciplines be mastered: build a cohesive leadership team; create clarity; overcommunicate clarity; and reinforce clarity.

DVD of the Month

Lucy Mulloy

Raul feels trapped in the slums of Havana and dreams of escaping to Miami. After he is accused of assault, he must flee the country to save himself.  He begs his best friend Elio to leave and help him travel 90 miles across the ocean.  But Elio is torn between helping his best friend and protecting his twin sister Lila. Soon the trio's commitment to their homeland and their desire of starting life anew in America is put to the test. Inspired by a true story.

Awards: Winner, Tribeca Film Festival, Best Actress, Best New Director, Best Cinematography.