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New Book Arrivals, week of 12-8-14

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Welcome to our holiday list of new book arrivals here at the Wead. Four new biographies grace our shelves this week. They  run the gamut from “Watch me” by the glamorous Angelica Huston to  “41” by George W. Bush, an account of his father, our 41st president.  The latest Danielle Steele novel, Pegasus, has arrived so call now and reserve this popular new book, if you’d like. You can also request any of our books by clicking on Log in, Search and Renew in the right sidebar and having handy your library card. If you ever have issues requesting and reserving books online, please feel free to call our friendly staff at 518-483-5251 for assistance.

Fiction:

The three-body problem    by Cixin Liu

Into a raging blaze     by Andreas Norman

Blue Labyrinth     by Douglas J. Preston *

A quilt for Christmas     by Sandra Dallas

Angel Killer     by Andrew Mayne

The peripheral     by William Gibson

Far as the eye can see     by Robert Bausch

The empire of night     by Robert O. Butler

The slow regard of silent things     by Patrick Rothfuss *

Pegasus     by Danielle Steel

Across the Cheyenne River     by John D. Nesbitt

Sometimes the wolf     by Urban Waite

Starred items are on the current NY Times Best Seller list.

Non-Fiction:

Watch me: a memoir     by Angelica Huston   (biography)

41: a portrait of my father     by George W. Bush (biography) *

Yes, please     by Amy Poehler  (biography) *

Jeter unfiltered     by Derek Jeter  (biography, pictorial)

Spam Nation: the inside story of organized cybercrime by Brian Krebs

Why did the chicken cross the world?     by Andrew Lawler

Heirs to forgotten kingdoms     by Gerard Russell

Making greeting cards with creative materials     by  MaryJo McGraw

Just a reminder, we have a large selection of children’s holiday books at the library that would be perfect for reading to your little ones at this time of year. Please stop by our wonderful children’s library downstairs at the Wead Library. A comfy warm chair, perfect for reading awaits you.  Toys, books, computer games as well as special story hours are there to enjoy, too. Come visit soon. Here is a link that discusses the best children’s Christmas books out there if you need a few suggestions:  https://storify.com/TonyaB/top-5-christmas-books-for-kids-2014-best-list-of-c

 

 

 

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