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.

Sunday, December 20, 2015

January Book Sale














The January book Sale starts at 2.30 pm on Monday, January 4th and runs until Saturday, January 9th. Classic books are featured.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

ATTENTION HOLIDAY SHOPPERS

The Bunker will be open during the Holidays for your shopping pleasure!

10:00 AM to 12:00 noon
 Saturday, December 26  Saturday, January 2


Please note that the Library itself will be closed on both Saturdays.

Fine Amnesty until January 9


Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Write Stuff - Elizabeth Hay

Elizabeth Hay was born in Owen Sound, Ontario. She attended the University of Toronto and in 1974 went north to Yellowknife. For the next ten years she worked as a CBC radio broadcaster and eventually freelanced from Mexico. In 1986 she moved from Mexico to New York City, and in 1992, returned to Canada. 
Hay is the author of the #1 nationally bestselling novel Alone in the Classroom, the Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning novel Late Nights On Air, as well as three other award-winning works of fiction.  The Library has all her novels, including her most recent His Whole Life.
Hay lives in Ottawa with her husband and their two children.  Click here to visit her website.


Monday, December 14, 2015

December - DVDs








Boychoir









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Arthur & George
Chicago
Gemma Bovery
The Horse Boy
Love Actually
Mr Holmes
Vanity Fair
The Widower
Woodhouse in Exile
Big Hero 6
The Descendants
Go Diego Go! The Great Jaguar Rescue
Frosty Friends
Inside Out
Prancer
Scooby-Doo and the Snow Creatures
A Very Thomas Christmas
Walking with Dinosaurs

December - Audio Books







All the Light We Cannot See
Anthony Doerr









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Garden Spells   Sarah Addison Allen
Mightier than the Sword   Jeffrey Archer
Truth According to Us   Annie Barrows
Incendiary   Chris Cleave
The Museum of Extraordinary Things   Alice Hoffman
Silver Sparrow   Tayari Jones
Go Set a Watchman   Lee Harper
The Rocks   Peter Nichols
Unlucky 13   James Patterson & Maxine Paetro
Private Games   James Patterson & Mark Sullivan

December - Fiction








Vinyl Café Turns the Page
Stuart McLean








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The Japanese Lover   Isabel Allende
Patriot   Ted Bell
Breaking the Rules   Suzanne Brockmann
Crazy Little Thing   Tracy Brogan
Dreaming Out Loud   Benita Brown
Not Quite Dating   Catherine Bybee
Wife by Wednesday   Catherine Bybee
The Days of Abandonment   Elena Ferrante
The Survivor   Vince Flynn
Parade's End   Ford Maddox Ford
The Good Doctor   Damon Galgut
The Little Paris Bookshop   Nina George
The Soldier's Daughter   Rosie Goodwin
Rogue Lawyer   John Grisham
Fates and Furies   Lauren Groff
Down the Ottawa and Up the Nile   Roderick L. Hodgson
Avenue of Mysteries   John Irving
A Brief History of Seven Killings   Marlon James
Bazaar of Bad Dreams   Stephen King
Shopaholic to the Rescue   Sophie Kinsella
Silver Linings   Debbie Macomber
The Abbey:  A Story of Discovery   James Martin
The Lake House   Kate Morton
Bittersweet   Sarah Ockler
Secret Book of Grazia dei Rossi   Jacqueline Park
The Legacy of Grazia dei Rossi   Jacqueline Park
Survivor   Lesley Pearse
The Yellow Birds   Kevin Powers
The Promise of Provence   Patricia Sands
Promises to Keep   Patricia Sands
The English Spy   Daniel Silva
See Me   Nicholas Sparks
His Brother's Wife   Val Wood

December - Mysteries








Devil's Bridge
Linda Fairstein








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The Moth Catcher   Ann Cleeves
The Crossing   Michael Connelly
Host   Robin Cook
Depraved Heart   Patricia Cornwell
The Scam   Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg
Banquet of Consequences   Elizabeth George
The Ghost Fields   Emily Griffiths
The House on Cold Hill   Peter James
Cold Betrayal   J.A. Jance
Shadow Play   Iris Johansen
The Slaughter Man   Tony Parsons
Corridors of the Night   Anne Perry
River of Souls   Kate Rhodes
In the Dark Places   Peter Robinson
Saturn Run   John Sandford & Ctein
Lamentation   C.J. Sansom

December - Non-Fiction







The Three-Year Swim Club
Julie Checkoway










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What's Happened to Politics   Bob Rae
Buying Guide 2016   Consumer Reports
Make Ahead Meals   Jan Miller
Very Easy Circular Knits   Betty Barnden
Pacific:  Silicon Chips and Surfboards, Coral...   Simon Winchester
Frommer's Paris 2012  Joseph Alexiou
Franklin's Lost Ship   John Geiger
Road Trip Rwanda   Will Ferguson
The Reason You Walk   Wab Kinew
The Storm of the Century   Al Roker

December - Biography








Born Survivors 
Wendy Holden








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Sins of the Mother   Irene Kelly
The Lost Landscape   Joyce Carol Oates
On the Move   Oliver Sacks
John le Carré   Adam Sisman
My Life on the Road   Gloria Steinem
Born Survivors   Wendy Holden

December - Children's Books








The Night before Christmas   Barbara Reid



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Dashing Through the Snow   Helaine Becker
The Very Noisy Bear   Nick Bland
The Turnip   Jan Brett
Click, Clack, Ho!Ho!Ho!   Doreen Cronin
Veggies with Wedgies   Todd H. Doodler
The Reindeer Wish   Lori Evert
Who Wants Broccoli?   Val Jones
A Dog Wearing Shoes   Sangmi Ko
The Little Snowplow   Lora Koehler
Free The Galaxy   Lego Star Wars (Himani Khatreja)
Ready for Action   Lego Super Heroes (Victoria Taylor)
The Mysterious Raven   Cathryn McNamee
The Reluctant Butterfly   Cathryn McNamee
Dear Santa, Love, Rachel Rosenstein   Amanda Peet
Splat the Cat : A Whale of a Tale   Rob Scotton
Splat the Cat : The Name of the Game   Rob Scotton
Beasts of Olympus #1: Hound of Hades   Lucy Coats
Beasts of Olympus #2: Beast Keeper   Lucy Coats
Diary of a Wimpy Kid #10: Old School   Jeff Kinney
Dragonsitter #1:   Josh Lacey
Dragonsitter #2: Takes Off   Josh Lacey
House of Robots #1  James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein
House of Robots #2: Robots Go Wild   James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein
Cutest Animals Collection   Laura Marsh
The Octopus Scientists   Sy Montgomery
Koala Hospital   Suzi Eszterhas
Endangered Pandas   Bobby Kalman
Hockey Superstars P.K.Subban   Michael Burgan
Hockey Superstars 2015-2016   Paul Romakav
World War 11   Simon Adams
The Great Wall   Elizabeth Mann
Machu Picchu   Elizabeth Mann  

December - Teens









I Am Malala
(Young readers edition)
Malala Yousafzai






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Black Ice   Becca Fitzpatrick
Dangerous Lies   Becca Fitzpatrick
Seraphina   Rachel Hartman
Heroes of Olympus #4: The House of Hades   Rick Riordan
Ripley's Believe It or Not Eye-Popping Oddities   Rebecca Miles
Strange but True   Andrea Mills
Top 10 of Everything 2016   Paul Terry
How to be an International Spy   Andy Briggs

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Hudson Box Office (HBO) - Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries is an Australian TV drama series. The series is based on Author Kerry Greenwood's novels and was created by Deb Cox and Fiona Eagger. Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries revolves around the personal and professional life of Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis), a glamorous private detective who sashays through the back lanes and jazz clubs of 1920's Melbourne, fighting injustice with her pearl-handed pistol and dagger-sharp wit. The series appeals to all generations.The library has the first series. Click here for a more detailed link.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Murder Ink - Sarah Ward

Sarah Ward is an online book reviewer whose blog, Crimepieces, reviews the best of current crime fiction published around the world. She has also reviewed for the Eurocrime and Crimesquad websites and is a judge for The Petrona Award for translated Scandinavian crime novels.
After years of writing professionally in a government agency, she moved to Greece to teach English as a Foreign Language. It was in the Athenian heat, homesick for the English countryside, that she started the crime novel she’d always wanted to write. Sarah now lives in rural Derbyshire where her debut novel, In Bitter Chill, is set.
The Library recently acquired her novel.  Click here to visit her website.