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Book Lists from the Bailey Staff

Here you will find catalog lists of our newest titles and advisory lists (curated lists of recommendations) in book carousel format.
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NEW ITEMS AT THE LIBRARY:

New Fiction
New Nonfiction
New Kids
New Teen & Graphic Novel
New DVD
New Audiobooks

Jump to:
Gardening
Outdoor Living
New from Maine Authors
New for History Buffs
New True Crime Books
Best New Science & Tech Books
Best New Mysteries & Thrillers
New Biographies & Memoirs
New Cookbooks
New Faith & Spirituality Books
New Teen & Graphic Novels
Best New Books
Best New Children’s Books

Gardening:

Maine Garden Almanac (newest) 1/3/24

Play, Eat & Build in Your Outdoor Living Space:

Pig Beach BBQ (newest)

New from Maine Authors:

Haunting on the hill (newest) 1/3/24

New for History Buffs:

The Holocaust (newest) 2/1/24

New True Crime Books:

some people need killing (newest) 1/2/24

Best New Science & Tech Books:

Comfort of Crows (newest) 1/3/24

Best New Mysteries & Thrillers:

murder at an irish chipper  (newest) 2/1/24

New Biographies & Memoirs:

God save benedict arnold (newest) 1/3/24

New Cookbooks:

Good eats : writers on eating ethically (newest) 2/1/24

New Faith & Spirituality:

On our best behavior (newest) 10/5

Our Favorite Books of 2023:

updated 1/3/24

Our Favorite Children’s Books of 2023:

updated 1/3/24

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The Seed Library is back for 2024! The Seed Library at the Bailey Library strives to preserve biodiversity and to promote local, heirloom varieties. Check out a packet of heirloom seeds, grow your own heritage vegetables, save seeds from the best plants, and then lend them to a friend or neighbor, participate in a “seed swap,” or use them yourself next year.
We have the following early spring vegetable seeds available NOW: Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce; Chioggia Guardsmark Beets; Brandywine Tomatoes
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The Seed Library is back for 2024! The Seed Library at the Bailey Library strives to preserve biodiversity and to promote local, heirloom varieties. Check out a packet of heirloom seeds, grow your own heritage vegetables, save seeds from the best plants, and then lend them to a friend or neighbor, participate in a “seed swap,” or use them yourself next year.
We have the following early spring vegetable seeds available NOW: Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce; Chioggia Guardsmark Beets; Brandywine Tomatoes

 

NEW BOOKS & MOVIES

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NEW BOOKS & MOVIES

 

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Maker Mondays!

Monday, March 4 @ 3:30 PM

Free Yoga Night

Tuesday, March 5 @ 6:00 PM

Writers Group

Tuesday, March 5 @ 6:00 PM

Library Hours:

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MON-WEDS: 10-6
TH: 3-8
FRI/SAT: 10-3