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New Arrivals, week of 9/1/16

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September has arrived bringing with it school buses,  Canadian geese in our fields, backpacks, a long holiday weekend, gardens being put to bed and the quiet of a home with kids in school! If you can squeeze a bit of that quiet time for your reading pleasure we have some new arrivals this week for you.

Non-fiction:

Patient H.M: a story of memory, madness and family secrets   by Luke Dittrich
How everything became war and the war became everything   by Rosa Brooks
Beyond human   by Eve Herold
Home décor cheat sheets   by Jessica Probus
Second chances   by Pat Smith
The tongue is also a fire    by James Como
I’m supposed to protect you from all this   by Nadja Spiegelman,   memoir
They left us everything   by Plum Johnson,   memoir

Fiction:

Bitter poison: a village mystery   by Margaret Mayhew
Another Brooklyn   by Jacqueline Woodson
Charlie Red   by Michael Zimmer
Shadowed   by Karen E. Olson
Home field   by Hannah Gerson
Leaving Lucy Pear   by Anna Solomon
I will send rain   by Rae Meadows
Revolver   by Duane Swierczynski
When the music’s over   by Peter Robinson
Sweet tomorrows: a Rose Harbor novel   by Debbie Macomber
Heroes of the frontier   by Dave Eggers
The regulars   by Georgia Clark

courtesy marikkas.com

A happy and safe Labor Day to all of our patrons,

the Staff of the Wead Library

 

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