Fall in the Adirondacks is always stunning but everywhere we go we hear how this year’s foliage is particularly brilliant. I totally agree. I’ve even heard how it has something to do with the drought people in the region are currently facing. That could be, but whatever the cause, it is lovely and a reminder that as we change seasons one more time, life goes on beautifully.
Another thing that happens each fall is our Annual Fall Book Sale. We would like to thank our patrons for making this a success, once again. Thank you for all your kind donations and thank you for coming in and sharing in the excitement of the sale. A special thanks to local artist Tom Geoghan for his donation of beautiful artwork that we were able to sell during the sale. Tom has always been a generous supporter of the Wead Library and we are so appreciative of his kindness.
We have many new books for you this week, including three new biographies. There are cookbooks, books on 1960s television shows and so much more. Please drop by or click in the right sidebar on Log in, search and renew to reserve any of these new arrivals. Here are our latest arrivals.
Television series of the 1960s by Vincent Terrace
Nutrition stripped: whole food recipes by McKel Hill
Juniper: the girl who was born too soon by Kelley French
Eyes on the street: the life of Jane Jacobs by Robert Kanigel, biography of Jane Jacobs
Hero of the empire by Candice Millard
Indelible ink by Richard Kluger, biography of John Peter Zenger
Elizabeth and Michael by Donald Bogle
March, Book Three by John Lewis, biography of John Lewis
Because I’m watching by Christina Dodd
El Paso: a novel by Winston Groom
The Nix by Nathan Hill
The more they disappear by Jesse Donaldson
The other side of the world by Stephanie Bishop
Daisy in chains by S. J. Bolton
A boy made of blocks by Keith Stuart
The secrets of wishtide by Kate Saunders
A gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
The mortifications by Derek Palacio
So say the fallen by Stuart Neville
Mischling: a novel by Affinity Konar