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    10:00am to 8:00pm
    Sat: 10:00am to 3:00pm
    Closed Sundays & Holidays

    Library Director: Susan Wool

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Our weekly new literary arrivals are here. Poetry fans will find “Haiku in English, the First Hundred Years” a must read. It contains over 800 poems by over 200 poets and is a delight. Also new this week is another book from Catholic philosopher, Richard Rohr, “The Immortal Diamond”.  For music lovers a wonderful biography has arrived, “Strings Attached” by Melanie Kupchynsky.   Let’s start with non-fiction this week.


 “Empire Antarctica”  by Gavin Francis

“Heretics and Heroes”  by Thomas Cahill

 “Survival Lessons”  by Alice Hoffman

 “Raising Henry”  by Rachel Adams

 “Haiku in English”  edited

 “Immortal Diamond”  by Richard Rohr

 “Strings Attached”  by Melanie Kupchynsky

“Survival Lessons”   by Alice Hoffman


“Christmas on Ladybug Farm” by Donna Ball

“The Wishing Well”  by Holly Robinson

 “Quiet Dell”  by Jayne Anne Phillips

 “Critical Mass”   by Sara Paretsky

 “Ask Not”  by Max Allan Collins

“The Valley of Amazement”  by Amy Tan

 “The Prayer Box”   by Lisa Wingate

 “Unearthly Tales”  by Carrie Brown

 “The Last First Day”  by Carrie Brown

 “Deceived”  by Randy Wayne White

 “Fifteen Minutes”  by Karen Kingsbury

November 22, 2013
The movie “Benji” will be shown at 6:00pm. It is appropriate for all of the family.

We will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 28th and will re-open with our usual hours of 10:00 to 8:00 on Friday, November 29th.

November 30, 2013
Please join us for another fun day at the Wead. We will have a soapmaking workshop at 10:00am until 2:00pm. Registration is required and you can do that over the phone at 483-5251.