• Hours and Contact Info

    1-518-483-5251
    WINTER HOURS
    Mon-Friday
    10:00am to 8:00pm
    Sat: 10:00am to 3:00pm
    Closed Sundays & Holidays

    Library Director: Susan Wool

courtesy George W. Bush Presidential Center

From the photo above you can see what a gifted artist former President George Walker Bush has become. He has used this gift to honor some  of our brave military heroes in his new book,  “Portraits of Courage.” His artistic skills  beautifully  honor our  soldiers and do not make any opinion regarding the wars or politics.  I promise, whatever your beliefs, you will enjoy the care, respect and sensitivity  shown to these great men and women by President Bush.  Here are the other arrivals at the Wead Library this week:

Non-Fiction:

Portraits of Courage: a commander in chief’s tribute to America’s warriors   by George Walker Bush
The American Spirit: who we are and what we stand for   by David G. McCullough
The Complacent Class  by Tyler Cowen
Never Caught  by Erica Armstrong Dunbar
She Sheds, a room of your own  by Erika Kotite
Quilts! Quilts! Quilts!  by Diana McClun and Laura Nownes
A Surgeon in the Village   by Tony Bartelme
The Book of Home Sewing   by Maggie Gordon

courtesy ebay

Fiction:

The Stolen Child   by Lisa Carey
Chosen Maiden  by Eva Stachniak
New York 2140   by Kim Stanley Robinson
The Orphan’s Tale   by Pam Jenoff
A Simple Favor  by Darcey Bell
Exit West  by Mohsin Hamid
The Chosen   by J.R. Ward
Night of Fire   by Colin Thubron
Humans, bow down   by James Patterson
The stars are fire   by Anita Shreve
The Fix   by David Baldacci
The One Inside   by Sam Shepard

To reserve any of our new arrivals simply click in the right sidebar on Login, Search and Renew. You will need your library card and your pin number. The pin is the last four digits of the home phone you have on record with the Wead Library. Simply follow the prompts. You are also welcome to call one of our friendly staff to assist you in reserving at 518-856-0164.

Happy Reading!

The Staff of the Wead Library

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