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Our latest new arrivals!

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So many new books, so much to read! We have regular customers coming in weekly to see what is new on our shelves. All new arrivals, other than children’s and young adult works, are featured in a special area near our circulation desk. Many new works, as happens in most libraries, have a limited time frame for return, shorter than our normal 28 days. This enables as many patrons as possible to enjoy the latest in fiction and non-fiction.  Once the book has been on “new” status for usually a couple of months, it is then sent to our regular shelves to make room for more new books. Generally, our new books are out each week by Wednesday evenings. Sometimes if we don’t have the new book you are looking for we can get it for you from other libraries. Be aware some libraries don’t let out their new books for borrowing. However we will do our best to get it for you.

This week we have MANY new books going on our shelves for your reading pleasure. We have three new biographies including one on the genius of Michael Jackson.  We also have two new large print offerings, from Susan Mallery. Non- fiction works run the gamut from life in an African slum to a timely book on the rise of ISIS. Patricia Cornwell and Danielle Steel lead the lineup in our new fiction acquisitions.  Here is our listing:

Fiction

Tom Clancy commander in chief  by Mark Greaney
Depraved heart   by Patricia Cornwell
The girls of Mischief Bay   by Susan Mallery,  large print
Evening stars   by Susan Mallery, large print
Devil of Delphi   by Jeffrey Siger
Silent city   by Carrie Smith
The sea keeper’s daughters   by Lisa Wingate
The angel on my chest: stories   by Leslie Pietrzyk
Radiance   by Catherynne Valente
A manual for cleaning women   by Lucia Berlin
The mare by Mary Gaitskill
Wherever there is light   by Peter Golden
So you don’t get lost in the neighborhood   by Patrick Modiano
The lake house: a novel    by Kate Morton
Put a ring on it   by Beth Kendrick
Front runner   by Felix Francis
Precious gifts    by Danielle Steele

Non-fiction

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Lady Bird and Lyndon   by Betty Boyd Caroli
George Washington Carver, a life   by Christine Vella, biography
The genius of Michael Jackson   by Steve Knopper, biography
Black flags, the rise of ISIS   by Joby Warrick
Find me unafraid   by Kennedy Odede
Ardennes 1944: Hitler’s last gamble   by Antony Beevor
The prize: who’s in charge of America’s schools by Dale Russakoff
Writing America   by Shelley Fisher Fishkin
Wildflower   by Drew Barrymore, biography

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As always, these books can be reserved with your library card, your pin number (the last four digits of your phone number) and a click on the right on “log in, search and renew.” If further assistance is needed we are only a phone call away at 518-483-5251.

Happy reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library

 

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