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The Latest and Greatest!

photo courtesy of ja-yog

Along with the bluebirds arriving back in the North Country comes our latest round of great new books.  Included is best selling “A Call to Action” by Jimmy Carter, a book about the violence and discrimination against women all over the world.  If you have ever read a “Golden Book” you will enjoy another NY Times best seller,  “Everything I need to know I learned from a Golden Book”,  by Diane Muldrow.  Muldrow is the editorial director for “Golden Books”  in NYC and this book is a treasure for all who grew up on the genre.  But there is lots more on our “new arrivals” shelf here at the Wead so let’s get started.

Fiction:

“The Flight of the Silvers”     by Daniel Price

“The Moon Sisters: a novel”      by Therese Walsh

“Astonish Me”      by Maggie Shipstead

“The first fifteen lives of Harry August”      by Claire North

“Murder, simply brewed”     by Vannette Chapman

“The UnAmericans: stories”      by Molly Antopol

“Steles of the sky”      by Elizabeth Bear

“The tropic of serpents”     by Marie Brennan

“The Poisoned Pawn”     by Peggy Blair

“Unless”      by Carol  Shields

“The troop”     by Nick Cutter

photo courtesy of Diane Muldrow on FB

 

  Non-Fiction:

“Everything I need to know I learned from a Golden Book”

by Diane Muldrow

“This is water”     by David Foster Wallace

“Savage Harvest”     by Carl Hoffman

“Dear Abigail”     by Diane Jacobs

“Why the Germans? Why the Jews?”     by Gotz Aly

“Atomic Accident”     by Hames A. Mahaffey

“A call to action”    by Jimmy Carter

“Sous chef: 24 hours on the line”     by Michael Gibney

photo courtesy of pig&vine

 

Happy Reading!

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