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New Arrivals at the Wead Library

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If the decade of the 1940’s interests you we have a new book at the library you will enjoy. It consists of numerous 1940s magazine articles from the esteemed New Yorker magazine.  Promising to also be very interesting is  a book by Dinesh D’Souza about what the world would be like without the United States of America being in it. Runaway elephants, corporate history and memoirs and biographies round out our non fiction selections this week.  Let’s take a look at what’s new.


The 1940s: a story of a decade   from New Yorker magazine

America: Imagine a world without her      by Dinesh D’Souza

Gotham Unbound: an ecological history of greater New York    by Ted Steinberg

Last Chain on Billie     by Carol Bradley

Now I see you: a memoir    by Nicole C. Kear   (biography)

Carsick      by John Waters   (biography)

The Intel Trinity     by Michael S. Malone

The Trigger    by Tim Butcher


photo courtesy of NPR


The City: a novel     by Dean Koontz

The Fever: a novel     by Megan E. Abbott

Invisible      by James Patterson

Earth Awakens: the first Formic War    by Orson Scott Card

The girls of August    by Anne Rivers Siddons

The Hurricane sisters    by Dorothea Benton Frank

Nantucket Sisters: a novel    by Nancy Thayers

Heart of Gold    by Beverly Jenkins   (large print)

What is invisible    by Kimberly Elkins

The Beekeepers Ball   by Susan Wiggs

Cut and Thrust by Stuart Woods

Save the date   by Mary Kay Andrews


Please stop by the library to check out these new books. If you would like to reserve a specific book , please feel free to call us at 518-483-5251  and one of our staff will glady help you with your transaction.  You can also click on Log in, Search and Renew in the right sidebar to reserve your books. Have your library card and pin number handy. The pin number is the last 4 digits of the phone number on file with the library.

As summer wanes, make reading a part of your seasonal pleasure. Happy reading!

   The staff of the Wead Library