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New arrivals, the third week of January

courtesy nbcnews

courtesy nbcnews

This week we have witnessed the amazing and peaceful transfer of power from one leader to the next.  We have the books to keep you up on the whos, the whys and the wherefores here at the Wead Library. Please don’t hesitate to call us if you are looking for good reads about President Trump, President Obama, their families, our political process and those who have gone before them. We have much in our library on these subjects. A well informed citizenry makes for strong democracy and at the Wead Library we have all you need to be an informed citizen. Here are this week’s latest arrival.


Everything you wanted me to be   by Mindy Mejia
Burning bright   by Nicholas Petrie
Kill the father: a novel   by Sandrone Dazieri
Wyoming brave   by Diana Palmer
The drifter   by Nicholas Petrie
The seventh plague   by James Rollins
Class: a novel   by Lucinda Rosenfeld
Tom Clancy:  true faith and allegiance  by Mark Greaney
A word for love   by Emily Robbins
The crossing   by Andrew Miller


The day the revolution began   by N.T. Wright
How America lost its secrets   by Edward Jay Epst
The new odyssey: the story of the 21st century refugee crisis   by Patrick Kingsley
Mrs. Sherlock Homes   by Brad Ricca
All the gallant men   by Donald Stratton, biography
Relentless Spirit  by Missy Franklin, biography

To reserve any of these books, feel free to call us at 518-856-0164 and we can assist. You can also request and reserve on your own by clicking in the right sidebar on Log-in, Search and Renew. You will need your Wead Library card and your pin number. The pin number is the last four digits of the phone number you have on record with the library.

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