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New arrivals, week of July 20, 2016

A wide variety of topics are covered in the selections that have arrived on our shelves this week. The Wead Library is always proud to have a great selection of the most popular books currently being read. This week we have on our shelves all the selections on the New York Times Best Seller Fiction List. We hope you come in and check out one of these great reads. Some, like “The postman always purls twice” are just perfect for light summer reading.  Others, like “Walking the Himalayas” by Levison Wood take us far from those beach chairs and into the mountains of Tibet. We have something for everyone this week from adventures like Levison’s to the latest from Danielle Steele. If you would like to reserve a title, simply click in the right sidebar on Login, Search and Renew and have ready your Wead Library card and your pin number. The pin is the last four digits of the phone number you have on record here at the library. One of our friendly staff is just a phone call away at 518-483-5251 and is ready to help you with your requests.

Non-fiction:


courtesy cntraveller.com   Levison Wood

Walking the Himalayas    by    Levison Wood
The Fifty Year Mission    by    Edward Gross (Star Wars)
Animals in translation    by   Temple Grandin
The way we die now    by    Seamus O’Mahony
Grit    by    Angela Duckworth
The Useful Book    by    Sharon Bowers
William Tecumseh Sherman: in the service of my country    by    James McDonough (biography)
The return: fathers, sons and the land in between   by   Hisham Matar (biography)

Fiction:

Charlotte    by    David Foenkinos
The postman always purls twice   by   Anne Canadeo
Collecting the dead   by   Spencer Kope
Late harvest   by   Fiona Buckley
Tom Clancy: duty and honor   by   Grant Blackwood
First comes love   by   Emily Giffin
We could be beautiful   by   Swan Huntley
Magic   by   Danielle Steele
The girls in the garden   by Lisa Jewell
Night and day   by   Iris Johansen
As good as gone   by   Larry Watson
Brighton   by   Michael T. Harvey

courtesy jhse.org

 

 

 

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