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New Books (9/17/19)

New Fiction Arrivals:

“All that’s Dead,” by Stuart MacBride

“A Better Man,” by Louise Penny

“The Bitterroots,” by C.J. Box

“Inland,” by Tea Obreht

“The Institute,” by Stephen King

“Killer Instinct,” by James Patterson

“Old Bones,” by Douglas Preston

“Outfox,” by Sandra Brown

“The Testaments,” by Margaret Atwood

“Things You Save in a Fire,” by Katherine Center

“The Titanic Secret,” by Clive Cussler

“The Turn of the Key,” by Ruth Ware


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Before I Had the Words: on Being a Transgender Young Adult,” by Skylar Kergil

“Chase Darkness With Me: How one True-Crime Writer Started Solving Murders,” by Billy Jensen

“Fentanyl, Inc. : How Rogue Chemists are Creating the Deadliest Wave of the Opioid Epidemic,” by Ben Westhoff

“Five Days Gone: The Mystery of my Mother’s Disappearance as a Child,” by Laura Cumming

“If I Don’t Make It, I Love You: Survivors in the Aftermath of School Shootings,” edited by Amye Archer & Loren Westhoff

“Inconspicuous Consumption: the Environmental Impact You Don’t Know You Have,” by Tatiana Schlossberg”

“The Only Plane in the Sky: an Oral History of September 11, 2001,” by Garrett M. Graff

“Opium: How an Ancient Flower Shaped and Poisoned Our World,” by John Halpern, MD., and David Blistein

“Prince Albert: the  Man Who Saved the Monarchy,” by A.N. Wilson

“Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World,” by David Epstein


Donations Must Be In By Friday, 9/20/19

We apologize for the inconvenience, but we need to change the final date for accepting book donations to this Friday, September 20.  Due to the overwhelming support of the community, our third floor is nearly bursting with donated books for our Book Sale!  We ask that if you do intend to donate, please limit it to no more than 3 boxes.  After the 20th has passed, we will not be accepting donations again until November.  Thank you for understanding!

New Arrivals (9/10/19)

New Fiction Arrivals:

“After the End,” by Clare Mackintosh

“Beneath the Attic,” by V.C. Andrews

“Biloxi,” by Mary Miller

“Binstead’s Safari,” by Rachel Ingalls

“Butterfly in Frost,” by Sylvia Day

“The Escape Room,” by Megan Goldin

“The Gifted School,” by Bruce Holsinger

“Otherwise Engaged,” by Lindsey J. Palmer

“Paranoid,” by Lisa Jackson

“The Perfect Wife,” by JP Delaney

“Temptation’s Darling,” by Johanna Lindsey

“The Whisper Man,” by Alex North


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Everything Below the Waist: Why Health Care Needs a Feminist Revolution,” by Jennifer Block

“Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee,” by Casey Cep

“How To: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-World Problems,” by Randall Munroe

“Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs, and Trolls,” by Carrie Goldberg

“Syria’s Secret Library: Reading and Redemption in a Town under Siege,” by Mike Thomson

Library Board Meeting to be Held 9/16/2019

The WEAD Library’s next Board of Trustees Meeting will be held on Monday, September 16th, 7:00pm at the WEAD Library. Public welcome.

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Now Accepting Resumes for Part-Time Position

The WEAD Library has an anticipated opening for part-time page to work up to 17 hours per week. Must be available Saturdays and evenings. A page will perform routine library duties necessary for the proper organization and distribution of library materials, and assist the public with courtesy and tact. Please drop off a resume during open hours to the WEAD Library at 64 Elm St., Malone by September 13, 2019. No phone calls please.

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New Arrivals (9/4/19)

Good afternoon, readers!  Here is a list of the newest titles to hit our shelves.  Enjoy!

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Cut and Run,” by Fern Michaels

“Dark Age,” by Pierce Brown

“The Dark Side,” by Danielle Steel

“Dear Wife,” by Kimberly Belle

“Disappearing Earth,” by Julia Phillips

“If she Wakes,” by Michael Koryta

“The Most Fun we Ever had,” by Claire Lombardo

“The Oysterville Sewing Circle,” by Susan Wiggs

“The Silent Patient,” by Alex Michaelides

“Someone we Know,” by Shari Lapena

“The Warning,” by James Patterson

“Window on the Bay,” by Debbie Macomber


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language,” by Gretchen McCulloch

“The British are Coming: the War for America, Lexington to Princeton, 1775-1777,” by Rick Atkinson

“For the Good of the Game: the Inside Story of the Surprising and Dramatic Transformation of Major League Baseball,” by Bud Selig with Phil Rogers

“The Second Mountain: the Quest for a Moral Life,” by David Brooks

“Sicily” (travel guide)

“Signs: the Secret Language of the Universe,” by Laura Lynne Jackson

“The Time is Now: a Call to Uncommon Courage,” by Joan Chittister

“The Volunteer: One Man, an Underground Army, and the Secret Mission to Destroy Auschwitz,” by Jack Fairweather

New Arrivals (8/27/18)

New Fiction Arrivals:

“Chances Are…,” by Richard Russo

“City of Girls,” by Elizabeth Gilbert

“Contraband,” by Stuart Woods

“A Dangerous Man,” by Robert Crais

“Deep Harbor,” by Fern Michaels

“The Department of Sensitive Crimes,” by Alexander McCall Smith

“Fall, or, Dodge in Hell,” by Neal Stephenson

“Fleishman is in Trouble,” by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

“Good Girl, Bad Girl,” by Michael Robotham

“The Guest Book,” b y Sarah Blake

“The Inn,” by James Patterson

“Lost Roses,” by Martha Hall Kelly

“Mostly Dead Things,” by Kristen Arnett

“The Never Game,” by Jeffery Deaver

“The Nickel Boys,” by Colson Whitehead

“One Good Deed,” by David Baldacci

“The Road Home,” by Richard Paul Evans

“Searching for Sylvie Lee,” by Jean Kwok

“The Sentence is Death,” by Anthony Horowitz


New Nonfiction Arrivals:

“The Game: Harvard, Yale, and America in 1968,” by George Howe Colt

“Head-to-Toe Winter Knits: 100 Quick and Easy Accessories to Knot,” by Monica Russel

“IF We Can Keep It: How the Republic Collapsed and How it Might be Saved,” by Michael Tomasky

“Murder by the Book: the Crime that Shocked Dickens’s London,” by Claire Harman

“Notes on a Shipwreck: a Story of Refugees, Borders, and Hope,” by David Enia

“Punishment Without Crime: how our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and makes America More Unequal,” by Alexandra Natapoff

“Three Women,” by Lisa Taddeo