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New arrivals at the Wead Library

courtesy thestar.com

This week we are proud to share that the Wead Library now has every current fiction best seller on the New York Times Best Sellers list. Other than two topical books we have the current selections on the non-fiction list as well. If you keep track of the list and enjoy reading the best and/or most popular literature out today,  there is no need to purchase the books. They are available here at the Wead Library in written as well as large print and audio formats. Just a call to 483-5251 can reserve your choice or click in the right sidebar on Log in, Search and Renew. If you need any assistance, just call one of our friendly staff.

New non-fiction includes a wonderful story of  dealing with a lifetime of mental illness by Jessie Close, sister of actress Glen Close. Crafters will find a fun new book on papercrafting pop up and three dimensional cards. Here’s our new non-fiction.


The Conversation: a revolutionary plan for end of life care by Angelo Volandes

Stonewalled   by Sharyl Attkisson

Pay any price; greed, power, and endless war  by James Risen

Resilience: two sisters and a story of mental illness  by Jessie Close

The West Point history of the Civil War / The US Military Academy

Your water footprint  by Stephen Leahey

Cards that pop up, flip and slide  by Michael Jacobs

One Nation under-taught  by Vince Bertram


The Rosie Effect  by Graeme Simsion *

Beautiful you by Chuck Palahniuk

Saint Odd by Dean Koontz

The devil you know  by Elisabeth De Mariaffi

Everlasting Lane by Andrew Lovett

The forgers by Bradford Morrow

DWF: divorced white female by Carol McClain

White plague by James Abel

A billion ways to die  by Chris Knopf

The secret wisdom of the earth by Christopher Scotton

Florence Gordon   by Brian Morton

First impressions: a novel of old books…  by Charles C. Lovett

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

Happy Reading!

The staff of the Wead Library