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B&T Collection

Good news! The New Bedford Campus Library is now carrying the B&T collection!

What is this?   Baker & Taylor  (B&T) is a leading distributor of books, video and music products to libraries, institutions and retailers. This Popular Title Book Leasing program includes all of the most popular fiction and nonfiction. This collection rotates every six weeks to include new and upcoming titles. These books cannot be transferred between libraries and can be checked out only at the New Bedford campus library.  Come on in and check out some summer reading!

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The Best People

The Best People

An engrossing look at the Trump cabinet: the scandals, the incompetence, the assault on the federal government, the bungled attempts to impose order on an administration lost in a chaos of its own making

Childfree by Choice

Childfree by Choice

From Dr. Amy Blackstone, childfree woman, co-creator of the blog we're {not} having a baby, and nationally recognized expert on the childfree choice, comes a definitive investigation into the history and current growing movement of adults choosing to forgo parenthood: what it means for our society, economy, environment, perceived gender roles, and legacies, and how understanding and supporting all types of families can lead to positive outcomes for parents, non-parents, and children alike.



In 1857, Britain invented civil divorce, new obscenity laws, and new ways to criminalize love between men.  New York Times best-selling author Naomi Wolf’s Outrages is the story, brilliantly told, of how this perfect storm helped to originate the kinds of damaging homophobia and censorship we live with today.



There are as many algae on Earth as stars in the universe, and they have been essential to life on our planet for eons. Algae created the Earth we know today, with its oxygen-rich atmosphere, abundant oceans, and coral reefs. Crude oil is made of dead algae, and algae are the ancestors of all plants. Today, seaweed production is a multi-billion dollar industry, with algae hard at work to make your sushi, chocolate milk, beer, paint, toothpaste, shampoo and so much more.

emperors of the deep

Emperors of the Deep

When Steven Spielberg released Jaws in the summer of 1975, his adaptation of Peter Benchley’s novel forever type-cast sharks as bloodthirsty man-eaters. But, as we all worried whether it was safe to go back into the water, we failed to notice that while sharks account fewer than four human fatalities per year, humans needlessly kill 100 million sharks per year, which has made the species vulnerable for the first time in its existence and put the future of the world’s oceans at risk.



A globetrotting voyage of discovery celebrating the navigational superpowers of animals -- by land, sea, and sky. Animals plainly know where they're going, but how they get there has remained surprisingly mysterious -- until now.

The Last Pirate

The Last Pirate of New York

Documents the story of underworld legend Albert Hicks, chronicling his mid-nineteenth-century crime spree and the plot gone wrong that culminated in an onboard massacre and manhunt in 1860 Coney Island.

Time After Time

Time after Time

On a clear December morning in 1937, at the famous gold clock in Grand Central Terminal, Joe Reynolds, a hardworking railroad man from Queens, meets a vibrant young woman who seems mysteriously out of place. Nora Lansing is a Manhattan socialite whose flapper clothing, pearl earrings, and talk of the Roaring Twenties don’t seem to match the bleak mood of Depression-era New York. Captivated by Nora from her first electric touch, Joe despairs when he tries to walk her home and she disappears. Finding her again—and again—will become the focus of his love and his life.

Giants of the Monsoon Forest

In Giants of the Monsoon Forest, geographer Jacob Shell takes us deep into this strange elephant country to explore the lives of these extraordinarily intelligent creatures. The relationship between elephant and rider is an intimate one that lasts for many decades.

All the Lost things

All the Lost Things

It has been a while since seven-year-old Dolly's dad has spent time with her, just the two of them, so when he scoops her up and promises to take her on the adventure of a lifetime, Dolly is thrilled. The first days on the road are incredibly exciting. But as they travel farther south, into a country Dolly no longer recognizes, her dad's behavior grows increasingly erratic. The adventure isn't fun anymore, but home has never been so far away.

The Islanders

The Islanders

"One of my own favorite writers." –Elin Hilderbrand

Named a Best Beach Read of Summer by Vulture, PureWow, She Reads and

J. Courtney Sullivan’s Maine meets the works of Elin Hilderbrand in this delicious summer read involving three strangers, one island, and a season packed with unexpected romance, well-meaning lies, and damaging secrets. Takes place on Block Island.

Tell me who you are

Tell Me Who You Are

An eye-opening exploration of race in America--and the ties that actually bind us"

Anthony Bourdrain remembered

Anthony Bourdain Remembered

"A moving and insightful collection of quotes, memories, and images celebrating the life of Anthony Bourdain"

Where the lost dogs go

Where the Lost Dogs Go

One in six dogs go missing at some point in their lives, leaving bereft owners to search high and low, hang missing posters, check shelters, and hope for good news. But amid these grim statistics, countless happy endings are forged. Tails wag again. Best friends are reunited. Susannah Charleson, a trusted chronicler of the human/animal bond, dives headlong into the world of missing dogs.

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