Alvarez, Julia – Afterlife
Clark, Julie – The Last Flight
Coates, Mari – The Pelton Papers
Fowler, Therese Anne -A Good Neighborhood
Gaige, Amity – Sea Wife
Henry, Emily – Beach Read
Jenner, Natalie – The Jane Austen Society
Jiles, Paulette – Simon the Fiddler
Joshi, Alka – The Henna Artist
McCreight, Kimberly – A Good Marriage
Shaara, Jeff – To Wake a Giant
Straub, Emma – All Adults Here
Tallamy, Douglas W. – Nature’s Best Hope; a new approach to conservation that starts in your yard
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
The Call of the Wild
Ford v Ferrari
Outlander Seasons 3 & 4
Ride Like a Girl
Curbside pickup of books, DVD’s, audios and magazines will be available on Tuesdays and Fridays in June. Please call (529-5572) or email(email@example.com) your requests.The book return is now open in the lobby. For everyone’s safety, please use the WiFi outside the building. Book donations will not be accepted at this time.–
Allende, Isabel – A Long Petal of the Sea
Anstruther, Eleanor – A Perfect Explanation
Bohjalian, Chris – The Red Lotus
Evaristo, Bernardine – Girl, Woman, Other
Hannah, Sophie – Perfect Little Children
Hilderbrand, Elin – Winter in Paradise
King, Lily – Writers & Lovers
Little, Elizabeth – Pretty as a Picture
Mantel, Hilary – The Mirror & the Light
McCann, Colum – Apeirogon
Phillips, Arthur – The King at the Edge of the World
Preston & Childs – Crooked River
Rose, M.J. – Cartier’s Hope
Searle, Rebecca – In Five Years
Box, C.J. – Long Range
Coben, Harlan – The Boy From the Woods
Kidd, Jess – Things in Jars
Krueger, William Kent – Desolation Mountain
Leon, Donna – Trace Elements
Reichs, Kathy – A Conspiracy of Bones
Rivers, A.J. – The Girl in Cabin 13
Robb. J.D. – Golden in Death
St. James, Simone – The Sun Down Motel
Swanson, Peter – Eight Perfect Murders
Vargas, Fred – The Chalk Circle Man
Sifton, Sam – See You on Sunday
Call or email your request. 30 more new books will hit the shelves soon.
Libraries Bring People Together Even When We Have To Stay Apart
(American Library Association)
The Board and staff of the Bremen Library are so thankful that Maine has seen such a slow spread of COVID-19 and are hopeful that we can avoid the severe levels other states are experiencing. We hope our seasonal patrons are well and look forward to seeing you soon. We continue to monitor local, state and federal recommendations to guide our decisions about services we can offer and about reopening.
With so many people working from home and online, good internet is hard to come by. Our WiFi is available 24/7 in our parking lot. Password: ReadBooks!
Thanks to the Maine State Library, Bremen residents can use Ancestry.com from home at not charge. So if you have relatives that have immigrated to the US, you can go online from your home computer and check out passenger lists of the ships on which they came or census interview sheets that they completed after they arrived. Go to the library’s web site to get started: Bremen library.org. If you have questions, need to know your library card number or need a library card, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please take care.
Please do not return any items to the library while we are closed, no matter if they are ours or inter library loans.
The foyer at the library will be closed.
If you have a laptop or other mobile device you can use the WiFi from your car 24/7. The network is Bremen Library and the password is ReadBooks!
The Cloud Library is available through our web site. Maine InfoNet is adding $40,000 to enhance the contents. Soon there will be more eBooks and eAudiobooks to download.
Keep checking our web site and FB for library news.Stay healthy.
In the interest of public safety, the Bremen Library will be closed through the end of the month.
All programming has been canceled.
Materials can be returned via the book drop located in the foyer.
WiFi will still be available in our foyer and parking lot.
EBooks and eAudiobooks will continue to be available to download through the Cloud Library. Instructions are on our web site.
We regret the inconvenience and look forward to reopening and serving our loyal patrons as soon as we safely can.
The Board of Trustees and Staff of the Bremen Library
Library Journal article “What Public Libraries Need to Know about the Coronavirus” https://www.libraryjournal.com/?detailStory=what-public-libraries-need-to-know-about-the-coronavirus
Don Reimer will present a photographic celebration of Maine’s corvids at the library on Thursday, February 20th at 7:00.
All are welcome.
Columnist for the Lincoln County News, Lee Emmons will present a program on familiar species of Maine reptiles.
Thursday, January 23rd at 7:00.
All are welcome.