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New arrivals!


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Are you ready to settle into winter with a good read, a warm drink and a big chair by the woodstove?  If so, our list of new book arrivals will provide a great selection to ponder.  My favorite recommendation would be the book  by Louis Zamperini, “Don’t give up, don’t give in”.  Zamperini is the incredible true life character about whom the book “Unbroken” was written.  The movie commemorating his life will be released shortly as well. This book gives you, in his own words, his unique and inspiring story.

Biographies on two greats of the entertainment field, Robert De Niro and Carlos Santana, are now on our new release shelf as well.

Books can be reserved by simply clicking on Log in, Search and Renew in the right sidebar along with your library card. Your pin number is the last four digits of the phone number on record with the Wead Library. Happy reading!

Non Fiction:

A country called childhood     by Jay Griffiths

The underground girls of Kabul     by Jenny Nordberg

Miracles     by Eric Metaxas

So, anyway…      by John Cleese

God’s Planet     by Owen Gingerich

Essays after eighty     by Donald Hall

Don’t give up, don’t give in    by Louis Zamperini  (biography)

The Universal Tone     by Carlos Santana   (biography)

De Niro: a life     by Shawn Levy (biography)

Why Homer matters     by Adam Nicolson

Navy Seals: their untold story      by Dick Couch

Tea and Crumpets     by Margaret Johnson


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The Paris winter     by Imogen Robertson

Bad Country: a novel     by C.B. McKenzie

The laughing monsters     by Denis Johnson

Innocence: a novel      by Dean Koontz

Shots fired     by C.J. Box

Close to the bone     by Lisa Black

The lives of others     by Neel Mukherjee

The loveliest chocolate shop in Paris   by Jenny Colgan

My sister’s grave     by Robert Dugoni

The heart does not grow back     by Fred Venturini