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.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

September - Audiobooks

A great reckoning 
Penny, Louise ๐Ÿ

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Unbroken   Hillenbrand, Laura
Rogue lawyer   Grisham, John
The Tristan betrayal   Ludlum, Robert
The light between oceans   Stedman, M.L.
Red River   Tademy, Lalita
The fix   Baldacci, David
The last mile   Baldacci, David
Alibi   Brown, Sandra
Closed casket   Christie, Agatha
Late show   Connelly, Michael
The narrows Connelly, Michael
Heartbreak Hotel   Kellerman, Jonathan
The black book   Patterson, James
16th seduction   Patterson, James
The nature of the beast   Penny, Louise ๐Ÿ

September - Fiction Mystery

The girl on the bridge
James Hayman

The black-eyed blonde   Benjamin Black
Prague nights   Benjamin Black
Y is for yesterday   Sue Grafton
Darkness first   James Hayman
Magpie murders   Anthony Horowitz
The theory of death   Faye Kellerman
Freeze frame   Peter May
Dark Vineyard   Martin Walker
Death in the Dordogne   Martin Walker
Dying season   Martin Walker
Templars' last secret   Martin Walker
In a dark, dark wood   Ruth Ware

September - DVDs


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A man called Ove
A united kingdom

September - Fiction

Number 11
Jonathan Coe

New boy   Tracy Chevalier
The bird skinner   Alice Greenway
Camino Island   John Grisham
Exit west   Mohsin Hamid
Her highness, the traitor   Susan Higginbotham
A desperate fortune   Susanna Kearsley
Goodbye, vitamin   Rachel Khong ๐Ÿ
Meet me at Beechcomber Bay   Jill Mansell
Hope has two daughters   Monia Mazigh ๐Ÿ
The incrementalist   Ian McKercher ๐Ÿ
The underling   Ian McKercher ๐Ÿ
Lying in wait   Liz Nugent
Unravelling Oliver   Liz Nugent
House of splendid isolation   Edna O'Brien
The breakdown   B.A. Paris
The hatbox letters   Beth Powning ๐Ÿ
The coincidence of coconut cake   Amy E. Reichert
The ministry of utmost happiness   Arundhati Roy
Autumn   Ali Smith
Dogs at the perimeter   Madeleine Thien ๐Ÿ
Simple recipes   Madeleine Thien ๐Ÿ
A gentleman in Moscow   Amor Towles
The Gustav Sonata   Rose Tremain
Crying for the moon   Mary Walsh ๐Ÿ
Tin man   Sarah Winman

September - Non-Fiction

Weaponized lies
Daniel J. Levitin ๐Ÿ

Poison : An illustrated history   Joel Levy
Secrets from the eating lab   Traci Mann
Across Canada by story   Douglas Gibson ๐Ÿ
This is your brain on music   Daniel J. Levitin ๐Ÿ
Rock 'N' Radio  Ian Howarth ๐Ÿ
Sons and soldiers   Bruce Henderson
Wartime letters home   Lois Macdonald Cooper ๐Ÿ
You don't have to say you love me   Sherman Alexie
Where I live now   Sharon Butala ๐Ÿ
Wolf   Jim Harrison

September - Junior / Teen Books

Who could that be at this hour?
Lemony Snicket

Super Agent Jon le Bon! #1 : The brain of the apocalypse   Alex A. ๐Ÿ
Super Agent Jon le Bon! #2 : Formula V  Alex A. ๐Ÿ
The bad guys  Aaron Blabey
A new hope : The princess, the scoundrel and...   Star Wars
Empire strikes back : So you want to be a Jedi?   Star Wars
Dinosaurs in action   Geronimo Stilton
My life as a stuntboy   Janet Tashjian
Canadian Flyer #16 : Arctic storm   Frieda Wishinsky
The finisher   David Baldacci
The swallow : A ghost story   Charis Cotter ๐Ÿ
Legend   Marie Lu
Miss Peregrine's home for peculiar children   Ransom Riggs
Bone #3 : Eyes of the storm   Jeff Smith
Bone #8 : Treasure hunters   Jeff Smith
Alexandria of Africa   Eric Walters ๐Ÿ
Awful Auntie   David Walliams
Grandpa's great escape   David Walliams

September - Livres d'enfants en franรงais

L'agent Jean! #1 : Le cerveau de l'apocalypse   
Alex A. ๐Ÿ

L'agent Jean! #3 : Opรฉration moignons   Alex A. ๐Ÿ
L'agent Jean! #5 : Le frigo temporel   Alex A. ๐Ÿ
Tintin - Le secret de la licorne   Hergรฉ
Amulet #2 : La malรฉdiction du gardien de la pierre   Kibuishi, Kazu
Le ver   ร‰lise Gravel

September - Children's Books

The Zoophabet
Cathryn McNamee ๐Ÿ

Norman, speak!   Caroline Adderson
Mr. Tiger goes wild   Peter Brown
Blackie, the horse who stood still   Christopher Cerf
The spider and the fly   Tony DiTerlizzi
Hairy Maclary's showbusiness   Linley Dodd
Mutt dog!   Stephen Michael King
Why should I listen?   Claire Llewellyn
Why should I share?   Claire Llewellyn
The things I love about friends   Tracey Moroney
The things I love about school   Tracey Moroney
Find it and show me   Pat Nicholson ๐Ÿ
I don't like spiders but they seem to like me   Pat Nicholson ๐Ÿ
A reflection of we   Pat Nicholson ๐Ÿ
Sometimes my friends don't look like me...   Pat Nicholson ๐Ÿ
Princess and the packet of frozen peas   Tony Wilson

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

October Book Sale

The October Book Sale starts at 2:30 pm on Monday, October 2nd and runs until Saturday, October 7th.  Cookbooks and sports books are featured.

Friday, September 15, 2017

The Write Stuff - Camille Aubray

Award winning author Camille Aubray studied writing with her mentor Margaret Atwood in Toronto.
Aubray has taught writing at New York University, and written and produced for ABC News, PBS, and A&E. The library has just acquired her first novel Cooking for Picasso. Set on The French Riveira in 1936 (when Pablo Picasso was at a crossroads in his life) and present day New York city, it tells the story of three generations of women and explores the themes of art, culture, cuisine and love. Aubray divides her time between Connecticut and the South of France.
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Friday, September 8, 2017

Hudson Box Office (HBO) - Mercy Street

Mercy Street is an American period, medical drama television series, created by Lisa Wolfinger and David Zabel. It is set during the Civil War, and follows two volunteer nurses from opposing sides, who work at the Mansion House Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia. The series was inspired by memoirs and letters from doctors and volunteers who worked there, and prides itself on being historically and medically accurate. Starring McKinley Belcher and Suzanne Bertish, the library has just acquired the first series. Click here for more details.

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Library Closing

The library will be closed on Friday, September 8.  Our location is being used in the film shoot of a TV series based on the book The Truth about the Harry Quebert Affair.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Murder Ink - David Bell

David Bell is a bestselling and award-winning author of seven novels whose work has been translated into multiple foreign languages. In 2013, he won the prestigious Prix Polar International de Cognac for best crime novel by an international author. He’s currently an associate professor of English at Western Kentucky where he directs the MFA program.
The library acquired his most recent novel Bring Her Home. We also have Cemetery Girl on our shelves.  Please use the Suggestion Book at the front desk if you would like to read more of his novels. 
Bell lives in Bowling Green, Kentucky, with his wife, writer Molly McCaffrey.  To visit him online click here.