BALDWIN — Quote of the week: “I have found the most valuable thing in my wallet is my library card,” — Laura Bush

Stop by the Pathfinder Library and check out these new titles added to our collection this week.

Book of the Week: “Virgil Wander” by Leif Enger (fiction). Midwestern movie house owner Virgil Wander is “cruising along at medium altitude” when his car flies off the road into icy Lake Superior. Virgil survives but his language and memory are altered and he emerges into a world no longer familiar to him. Awakening in this new life, Virgil begins to piece together his personal history and the lore of his broken town, with the help of a cast of affable and curious locals — from Rune, a twinkling, pipe-smoking, kite-flying stranger investigating the mystery of his disappeared son; to Nadine, the reserved, enchanting wife of the vanished man; to Tom, a journalist and Virgil’s oldest friend; and various members of the Pea family who must confront tragedies of their own. Into this community returns a shimmering prodigal son who may hold the key to reviving their town. (

New Fiction: “Bridge of Clay,” by Markus Zusak; “The Kennedy Debutante,” by Kerri Maher; “The Rhythm Section,” by Mark Burnell; “A Well Behaved Woman - a novel of the Vanderbilts,” by Therese Fowler; “Godsend,” by John Wray; “Sweet Love,” by Sarah Strohmeyer; “Instant Attraction,” by Jill Shalvis; “Hotel Silence,” by Audur Ava Olafsdottir; “Home,” by Marilynne Robinson; “Robert Ludlum’s the Geneva Strategy,” by Jamie Freveletti; “A Marcelli Wedding,” by Susan Mallery; and “Dirty Little Lies,” by Lora Leigh.

New nonfiction: “Reagan - An American Journey,” by Bob Spitz; “There Will Be No Miracles Here - a memoir,” by Casey Gerald; “Undefeated - America’s Heroic Fight on Bataan and Corregidor,” by Bill Sloan; “Please Stop Laughing at Me - one woman’s inspirational story,” by Jodee Blanco; and “Living Off the Grid,” by David Black.