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New Arrivals, Halloween Week!

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Welcome to November and this week’s list of new arrivals here at the Wead Library. Winter is soon approaching and it’s a great time to cozy up by the fire with a good book. Our newest acquisitions include a work of poetry, the biography of TV icon Norman Lear and   the tale of the 33 Chilean miners who miraculously survived their ordeal.  Add to that some great new works of fiction and it’s hunker down time!


Raging Heat     by Richard Castle

Quartet for the end of time     by Johanna Skibsrud

A sudden light     by Garth Stein

Mr. Bones: twenty stories     by Paul Therouux

Station eleven     by Emily St. John Mandel

Neverhome      by Laird Hunt

The thing about December     by Donal Ryan

Fives and twenty-fives     by Michael Pitre

Darkness, darkness     by John Harvey

The story of land and sea: a novel     by Katy Simpson Smith





The lagoon: how Aristotle invented science    by Armand Marie Leroi

Why football matters : my education in the game     by Mark Edmundson

New selected poems    by Les A. Murray  (poetry)

Such Good Girls    by  R.D. Rosen

Hate crimes in cyberspace     by  Danielle Keats Citron

Being mortal: medicine and what matters in the end   by Atul Gawanda

A deadly wandering: a tale of tragedy and redemption  in the age of attention   by Matt Richtel

Deep down dark     by Hector Tobar

Even this I get to experience    by Norman Lear   (biography)


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Happy Reading!

The Staff of the Wead Libary

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