Here are the best seller lists for the week of January 18.
Here are the best seller lists for the week of January 4, 2014.
Here are the best seller lists for the week of December 21, 2014.
Here are the best seller lists for the week of December 14, 2014.
Here are the best seller lists for the week of December 7, 2014.
Hey there, Teaching Company Fans!
There are some new releases in our collection here at Waltham Public Library!
You can find the collection in Row 11 of the AV Annex on the ground floor. Come on in and browse or click a link on a title below to place a request.
36 Big Ideas (Audio)
36 Revolutionary Figures of History (Audio)
Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour Through American History (DVD)
How Ideas Spread (Audio)
Medical School for Everyone (Audio)
Science of Mindfulness (Audio)
Scientific Secrets for Raising Kids Who Thrive (Audio) OR (DVD)
Understanding Modern Electronics (DVD)
The World Was Never the Same (Audio) OR (DVD)
Yoga for a Healthy Mind & Body(DVD)
In case you haven’t heard of the Teaching Company, it’s a publisher of courses with the world’s most engaging professors and their profound insights. You can learn from these professors’ audio or video courses where you want to, when you want to, and how you want to. The extensive collection contains more than 390 Great Courses in diverse subjects and fields including history, science, philosophy, mathematics, literature, economics, and the arts.
Happy Lifelong Learning!
Here are the best seller lists for the week of November 30, 2014.
Welcome to a special Thanksgiving edition of “What Are we Reading” featuring an entry from our new director, Kelly Linehan!
The Waltham Public Library is now officially a part of Digital Commonwealth! This is a non-profit group that provides digitized versions of historical resources in Massachusetts. Over 130 institutions are now members. The first phase of Waltham’s involvement is Historical Maps. We have provided 14 maps covering 1831-1923. They can be sorted by title or date and can be easily enlarged. Click here or go to our online resources page and select “Maps” or “Genealogy”.