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Due to the significant increase in positive cases of COVID-19 in Lewis County and the potential closure of area schools, the Brantingham-Greig Reading and Technology Center will be providing only curbside service beginning November 21st.  Our primary goal is to protect our patrons and support the request from county officials to help in efforts to reduce exposure.


Curbside service worked well prior to our brief in-person opening and we are confident that we will be able to meet patron needs.  To that end, Mary Dixon is working to establish links in the Google documents listing books to summaries in Good Reads. Directions will be available on the website at bhmgreads.org, along with a refresher on how to access curbside service.  Those directions are also listed below.


Please, if you know of anyone who does not have email or computer access, we are asking our community to pass on this information and to support each other in continuing to access materials from the center through curbside service.  Thank you for your understanding and support.




We will not meet in December.

January 20, 2021 will be the book The Scent Keeper by Erica Baumeister.

February 17th will be the book The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi.



The Storm Beyond The Tides by Jonathon Cullen.  

The Storm Beyond The Tides: Cullen, Jonathan: 9781079524871: Amazon.com:  Books

                                         The Storm Beyond The Tides is the story of the unlikely romance between a small-town girl and a German on the eve of the Second World War and explores a frightening time in America's past--when U-Boats prowled the East Coast and put small, coastal communities on the frontline of a global conflict.


A Time For Mercy by John Grisham

Bursting with all the courthouse scheming, small-town intrigue, and stunning plot twists that have become the hallmarks of the master of the legal thriller, A Time for Mercy is John Grisham’s most powerful courtroom drama yet.

The Winemaker’s Wife by Kristin Harmel

"From the author of the "engrossing" (People) and "poignant" (Booklist) international bestseller The Room on Rue Amelie comes a remarkable and moving story of love, danger, and betrayal: two women in France in the darkest days of World War II and another in present-day America on a quest to uncover the secret that connects them. At the dawn of the Second World War, Ines is the young wife of Michel, owner of the House of Chauveau, a small champagne winery nestled among rolling vineyards near Reims, France. Marrying into a storied champagne empire was supposed to be a dream come true, but Ines feels increasingly isolated, purposely left out of the business by her husband; his chef de cave, Theo; and Theo's wife, Sarah. But these disappointments pale in comparison to the increasing danger ...


Hidden Valley Road by Robert Kolker - nonfiction

The heartrending story of a midcentury American family with twelve children, six of them diagnosed with schizophrenia, that became science's great hope in the quest to understand the disease.

Fifty Words For Rain by Asha Lemmie

Kyoto, Japan, 1948. “Do not question. Do not fight. Do not resist.”

Such is eight-year-old Noriko “Nori” Kamiza’s first lesson. She will not question why her mother abandoned her with only these final words. She will not fight her confinement to the attic of her grandparents’ imperial estate. And she will not resist the scalding chemical baths she receives daily to lighten her skin.





The Lost Girls of Devon by Barbara O’Neal

Bestselling author of "When We Believed in Mermaids" comes a story of four generations of women grappling with family betrayals and long-buried secrets.


The Orphan Collector by Ellen Marie Wiseman - See above

The Color if Air by Gail Tsukiyama

A gorgeous and evocative historical novel about a Japanese-American family set against the backdrop of Hawaii's sugar paltations.

Cajun Justice by James Patterson

This new standalone thriller from the world's #1 bestselling author follows ex-Secret Service agent, Cain Lemaire, as he uncovers the dark secrets hidden beneath the Tokyo streets.


DVD Rebecca




Browse the library holdings at bhmgreads.org using the link in the SEARCH OUR LIBRARY box on the lower left side of the home page.  Directions are available on the website (click here), posted on the library door, or available by emailing the library at bhmlib@ncls.org,

Send an e-mail to the library at bhmlib@ncls.org with HOLDS as the subject line.  The following information must be included for us to fulfill your request:

1. patron name, card number and phone number

2. author and title of books or DVDs

If you are looking for children’s books and are not certain of titles or authors, indicate children’s age(s) and areas of interest and selections will be made for you.

You will be called during regular library hours when your request is received and processed. 

Library hours are Tuesday and Thursday 2:00–4:00, Saturday 10:00-12:00.

Materials will be bagged, marked with patron’s name and placed in the pickup box outside the library door.  Pickup can occur at any time.

Return materials using the book drop box.  All returns are quarantined at least 72 hours.

Please observe proper social distancing, including wearing masks, while picking up or dropping off books.

If you would like to request a library card or have questions, please call the library at (315) 348-8272 Ext. 5 and leave a message.


We are not accepting donations until further notice.


The Girl With the Louding Voice by Abi Dare

The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

The Henna Artist by Alka Josh

The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner

Where the Lost Wander by Amy Harmon

Sisters of the Southern Cross by Jean Grainger

Midwife Murders by James Patterson 

What You Wish For by Katherine Center

The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby  NF

The Room Where it Happened by John Bolton  NF

DVD  Foyles War  Season 1

DVD   Motherless Brooklyn


2020 mysteries –hot off the press! (July 2020)

Walk the Wire by David Baldacci

Long Range by C.J. Box

Fair Warning by Michael Connelly

Journey of the Pharaohs by Clive Cussler

After Sun Down by Linda Howard

A Reasonable doubt by Phillip Margolian



Beautiful note cards are available at the Library.  All proceeds go to the Brantingham Fish Fund.  The artist is Judy Wilson of Brantingham.  Packet of 4 is $ 5.00. 

Preview available at this link:  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1503489743084177&set=p.1503489743084177&type=3



Library Hours: 

Tuesday & Thursdays 2-4 pm,

Saturdays 10:00 am-Noon

Note:  If South Lewis School District is closed due to inclement weather the Library will also be closed.  Our Library is staffed by volunteers and if the scheduled volunteer feels that travel is unsafe, the Library may also be closed.


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