The War Memorial Library in Hudson is a non-profit registered charity providing a subscription library of printed and digital materials, primarily in the English language, to the residents of Hudson, Quebec and surrounding communities.Operated by volunteers, the Library is self-financing through membership fees, donations and fund raising activities. The Library in turn donates, to local charities, funds in excess of its own needs.The building and the Library serve as a memorial to those in Hudson who served in the Canadian Armed Forces.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

February - Children's Books

Jennifer Keats Curtis

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Knut, the Baby Polar Bear  Juliana Hatkoff
Eyewitness Oil  John Farndon
Explore:  Underwater  Maurice Pledger
Alien Deep  Bradley Hague
First Big Book of Dinosaurs  Catherine D Hughes
Amazing Giant Dinosaurs  Marie Greenwood
Selena the Sleepover Fairy  Daisy Meadows
Penny the Pony Fairy  Daisy Meadows
Belle the Birthday Fairy  Daisy Meadows
The Skull in the Rock  Lee R Berger

February - Teen's Books

Judy Allen

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From Mud Huts to Skyscrapers  Christine Paxmann
Sugar Changed the World  Marc Aronson
The Book of Styling  Somer Flaherty
Beyond Courage  Doreen Rappaport
Hockey Superstars 2012-2013  Paul Romanuk
Hockey Superstars 2011-2012  Paul Romanuk
ER Vets  Donna M Jackson
The Book of Blood  H P Newquist
Dinosaurs  John A Long
Dance  Lorrie Mack
Great White Shark  Alexandrine Civard-Racinais
Dear Canada:  A Sea of Sorrows  Nora McClintock

February - Fiction

Tracy Chevalier

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Insane City  Dave Barry
Woes of the True Policeman  Roberto Bolaäno
The Husband List  Janet Evanovich
News from Heaven  Jennifer Haigh
The Silvered  Tanya Huff
Elm Tree Road  Anna Jacobs
The Next Time You See Me  Holly Goddard Jones
The Daughters of Mars  Thomas Keneally
Flight Behavior  Barbara Kingsolver
Mutton  India Knight
The House at Riverton  Kate Morton (Audio)
The Distant Hours  Kate Morton (Audio)
Mistress of My Fate  Hallie Rubenhold
An Irish Country Wedding  Patrick Taylor
The Walnut Tree  Charles Todd

February - Non-Fiction

We Bought a Zoo
Benjamin Mee

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An English Affair  Richard Davenport-Hines
Traditional Afternoon Tea  Martha Day
Marmalade  Elizabeth Field
4 Ingredients One Pot, One Bowl  Kim McCosker
The Genius of Dogs  Brian Hare
The Right Chemistry  Dr. Joe Schwarcz
Honour on Trial  Paul Schliesmann
Growing in Love and Wisdom  Susan J Stabile
Beautiful Wedding Flowers  Diane Wagner
Redefining Success  W Brett Wilson
Wives and Stunners  Henrietta Garnett
On a Farther Shore  William Souder

February - Mystery

Jonathan Kellerman

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Extinction  Mark Alpert
The Drowning House  Elizabeth Black
Live Wire Harlan Coben (LP)
The Wrath of Angels  John Connolly
Eleven on Top  Janet Evanovich (Audio)
Touch & Go  Lisa Gardner
Bonnie  Iris Johansen (LP)
Sleep No More  Iris Johansen
Close to the Bone  Stuart MacBride
The Shadow Girls  Henning Mankell
Cat Bearing Gifts  Shirley Rousseau Murphy
Political Suicide  Michael Palmer
Private Berlin  James Patterson
Say You're Sorry  Michael Robotham
A Deniable Death  Gerald Seymour
Proof of Guilt  Charles Todd
Collateral Damage  Stuart Woods

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

March Book Sale

The March Book Sale starts at 2.30 pm on Monday, March 4th and runs until Saturday, March 9th.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The Write Stuff - Marian Keyes

Marian Keyes is an Irish novelist and non-fiction writer. Over 22 million copies of her novels have been sold worldwide and her books have been translated into 32 languages. Her books deal variously with modern ailments, including addiction, depression, domestic violence, the glass ceiling and serious illness but always written with compassion, humour and hope. Keyes has written frankly about her battle with clinical depression. She lives with her husband in Dun Loaghaire
Many of her books are in the library's collection including her most recent release The Mystery of Mercy Close. To visit her website click here .

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Murder Ink - David Baldacci

David Baldacci has over 110 million copies of his books in print worldwide, making him one of the bestselling writers in history. He has written 25 novels, including the Camel Club series. The Camel Club is a four-man group of Washington, D.C, misfits. Political watch-dogs, they are always looking for conspiracies within the government. They are protagonists of five of his novels - The Camel Club, The Collectors, Stone Cold, Divine Justice, and Hell's Corner.
Baldacci attended law school and worked as a lawyer. He is now a full-time writer and lives in Virginia with his family.
The library has the complete Camel Club series and most of his other novels. To visit his website click here.