Aloysius Archer is one of David Baldacci's newest characters, The former convict and WWII veteran finds himself solving murders and navigating American life in the late 1940's. If you've loved both of the books published so far (One Good Deed and A Gambling Man) or are looking for something to read while you wait for your chance with the second book, browse the carousels below to find more titles that we think you'll enjoy,
Did you miss your chance to check out a book from one of our displays last month? Or maybe you read a book and are looking for more just like it? Scroll through the carousels below to see what was on display last month at the Bedford Public Library! If you find something that interests you, click on the cover image to visit our online catalog and read summaries,learn more about the book and request a copy for yourself.
Spring is back and so is the Storywalk at Bedford Village Common!
Enjoy the nice weather by taking a walk on the Common and reading Bear Wants More by Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman at the same time.
As you stroll through the common, you’ll see pages of the story installed next to the path. Page 1 is right after the arch where you enter the common and the story will take you over the bridge, around the gazebo, and back over the bridge to end back near the arch. All pages are numbered and within sight so you’ll know where to head next.
Happy Earth Day! If you're looking for something to read in honor of the holiday, browse the carousels below to find books about preserving and exploring our amazing planet. To find live streaming Earth Day events and educational materials, you can also visit EarthDay.org for more information.
Want to delve deeper? The Reference Desk is happy to help you find additional materials. For help, please call 472-2300 or email email@example.com.
Krstin Hannah's The Four Winds is one of the most popular books at the Bedford Public Library right now. Whether you've already read it and loved it or are looking for something to read while you're on hold for a copy, check out the carousels below to find more books that we think you'll also enjoy.
Looking for more recommendations? Try out our online BookMatch form to get personalized book recommendations from one of the Librarians.
Voting for the 2021 Great Stone Face Award is now open to 4th, 5th, and 6th graders in New Hampshire!
Did you miss any of our book displays in March? Or maybe you took out a book and are looking for more like it? Browse the carousels below to see what was on display last month!
To place a request, hover over a cover, then click on the icon for the format you'd like to read. Need help finding a different one? Please contact the Reference Desk by calling 472-2300 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Were you enthralled by Brit Bennett's story of identical twin sisters navigating family, community and racial identity in the latter half of the 20th century? Scroll through the carousels below to view more titles we think you'll also like!
Are you eagerly awaiting the next installment in Jacqueline Winspear's historical mystery series featuring British detective and former WWI nurse, Maisie Dobbs? Browse the carousels below to find lists of other books we think you'll enjoy reading in the meantime!
When we think about graphic novels, many people's minds leap to superhero stories and newspaper comic strips. But these visual stories have evolved into an artform all their own, telling all kinds of stories, real and imagined.