Monthly Archives: November 2011

a New Indian book about a Maine tribe

My Native American class will be done in just a couple of weeks. As I finish up my research paper on the Penobscot Tribe , I now have a book to donate to the library.   Our Indians were a very … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner

With so many people getting ready to shop for the Thanksgiving dinner , you should stop by the library for a recipe book.  🙂  There are lots to choose from and maybe you will find that special recipe for your … Continue reading

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Nobel Traders “The Biggest Book Library”

I found a really cool site for people to browse if they want to find out about famous authors, top selling books, popular books and more.  

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3 new books for the library

Today as I was browsing the stores I found three great books with great prices!!Author Cara Hoffman’s “So Much Pretty” will be available at the library along with Archer Mayor’s ” The Price of Malice” and David A. Vise’s book … Continue reading

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Hard Target Class on December 3rd

The Wakefield Police Department is hosting its first Hard Target Class on December 3, 2011 at 1:00 PM in the training room of the safety complex.  The instructor for the class will be Officer Melanie Locke.  Please join her for … Continue reading

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Author Katrina Avila Munichiello is guest of honor at Sunday tea in Limerick

Katrina is the author of ” A Tea Reader: Living Life One Cup at a Time,”and  will be the guest of honor at a special tea and reading at the Clipper Merchant Tea House on Main St. in Limerick this … Continue reading

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