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New arrivals, week of September 8, 2016

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Our summer weather hangs on tightly but Fall will be officially here in a couple of weeks. This gift of late season warmth provides a chance to catch up on outside chores like stacking wood and mulching gardens. We do hope you try to squeeze in some moments to enjoy the pleasure of a good book along with this Indian Summer. It’s a wonderful combination.

This week’s new fiction arrivals include the latest from Louise Penny, “A great reckoning”, and a wrenching tale of two missing girls, “The lost girls”, by Heather Young.  Four memoirs and biographies round out the non fiction selections this week. Please give us a call to reserve these books or click on Log in, Search and Renew in the right sidebar. It’s as easy as having your library card handy and knowing your pin number which is the last 4 digits of the phone number you have on record with the Wead Library.  Here are our latest selections.

Fiction:

The lost girls    by Heather Young
A great reckoning    by Louise Penny
Invasive    by  Chuck Wendig
The boy in the shadows   by Carl-Johan  Vallgren
All waiting is long   by Barbara J. Taylor
Surrender, New York   by Caleb Carr
It ends with us    by Colleen Hoover
Once upon a time in Camelot   by James Patrick Hunt
The unseen world    by Liz Moore
Harmony    by Carolyn Parkhurst
Nine women, one dress   by Jane Rosen

Non-fiction:

The huntress: the adventures, escapades and triumphs of Alicia Patterson   by Alice Arlen, biography
Riverine: a  memoir from anywhere but here   by Angela Palm, memoir
How I became a North Korean   by Krys Lee, memoir
Threading my prayer rug   by Sabeeha Rehman, memoir
Adnan’s story    by Rabia Chaudry

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Real food/fake food   by Larry Olmsted
I contain multitudes    by Ed Yong
The seventh sense   by Joshua Cooper Ramo
Troubled refuge: struggling for freedom in the Civil War  by Chandra Manning

Happy reading!

The staff of the Wead Library

 

 

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