Dixfield library lists new books


DIXFIELD – New arrivals are announced for December at Ludden Memorial Library.

Adult fiction

“A Carol for Christmas,” Hatcher; “A Christmas Secret,” Perry; “A Christmas to Remember,” Kinkade; “A Whole New Life,” Thornton; “Ark Angel,” Horowitz; “Bake Sale Murder,” Meier; “Brother Odd,” Koontz; “By Way of the Wilderness,” Morris; “Castles in the Sand,” John.

Also, “Christmas Letters,” Macomber; “Earthly Vows,” Hickman; “Fallen Angels,” Hickman; “Finding Noel,” Evans; “First Impressions,” Roberts; “Hannibal Rising,” Harris; “Hollywood Station,” Wambaugh; “Jane and the Barque of Frailty,” Barron; “Love, Lies and Liquor,” Beaton.

“Lover’s Knot,” Richards; “Nature Girl,” Hiaasen; “Nazareth’s Song,” Hickman; “Ranger’s Law,” Kelton; “Santa Cruise,” Clark; “Seasmoke, Crime Stories,” New England writers; “The Beach House,” John; “The Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell,” Braun; “The Great Santa Search,” Guinn.

Also, “The Handmaid and the Carpenter,” Berg; “The Princess,” Wick; “The Ravenscar Dynasty,” Bradford; “The Senator and the Priest,” Greeley; “The Shepherd, the Angel and Walter the Christmas Miracle Dog,” Barry; “The Sky People,” Stirling; “Treasure of Khan,” Cussler; “Whisper Town,” Hickman.

Adult nonfiction

“A Step-By-Step Guide-Do It Yourself Home Improvement,” Cassell; “2,3,6,8 Great Meals for Couples and Crowds,” Ray; “A Treasury of Old Fashioned Christmas Stories Collection”; “Adventures in the Main Stream,” Palmer; “ASPC Complete Dog Care Manual,” Fogle.

Also, “Clark’s Pocket Wine Guide 2007”; “Escape: The Story of Great Houdini,” Fleischman; “Germany 2005”; “Hand Made in the Northern Forest”; “Human Technology: A Took Kit for Authentic Living,” Lee; “In Defense of Animals: The Second Wave.”

Also, “Oak Island Gold,” Crooker; “Passionate Minds,” Chatelet; “Saving Grace,” Brady; “Stonewall Kitchen Favorites,” King; “Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters,” Meeker; “Tempting Faith,” Kuo; “The Big Book of Small Stuff ,” Carlson; “The I.Q. Answer,” Lawlis.

Also, “The Macho Paradox: ?,” Katz; “The Night Stalkers,” Durant; “Three Cups of Tea,” Mortenson; “Whole Grain Every Day, Every Way,” Sass; “Why Does He Do That?,” Bancroft; “Without Roots ,” Ratzinger.

Adult fiction large print

“Abigail’s Story,” Burton; “McKeag’s Mountain,” Martin; “Pocketful of Pearls,” Bates; “Remember Me,” Bedford; “Temperatures Rising,” Brown; “Terrorist,” Updike; “The Promise in a Kiss,” Laurens; “Wagons to California,” Curry.

Young adult fiction

“Hugging the Lock,” Brown.

Graphic novels

“Bone, the Dragonslayer,” Smith; “Creepy Creatures,” Stine.


“2007 College Handbook-College Board”; “Book of Majors-College Board”; “Charting Maine’s Future”; “Guide to Getting Financial Aid-College Board.”

Juvenile fiction

“A Creature Was Stirring,” Goodrich; “Amelia Bedelia under Construction,” Parish; “Blizzard of the Blue Moon,” Osborne; “Book Fair Day,” Plourde; “Boots: In Spanish and English,” Silverhardt; “Brooklyn Rose,” Rinaldi; “Buddy the Blue Nose Reindeer,” Nunn; “Car,” Brown.

“Christmas Tree Farm,” Plurnell; “Christmas Tree,” Sirett; “Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa,” Silverman; “Dancing Dinos Go To School,” Lucas; “Edwina,” MoWillens; “First Words at the Zoo”; “Geronimo,” Bruchac; “Junie B. First Grader: Aloha-Ha-Ha,” Park.

Also, “Merry Christmas Curious George,” Hapka; “Miss Holly is Too Jolly,” Gutman; “Mrs. Claus Takes a Vacation,” Alsenas; “My First Christmas Board Book,” Sirett; “My Weird School,” Gutman; “Olivia Forms a Band,” Falconer; “Once I Ate a Pie,” MacLachlan; “Once Upon a Banana,” Armstrong.

Also, “Pinkalicious,” Kann; “Poo and Friends,” Milne; “Snowmen at Christmas,” Buehner; “Spot Loves His Daddy,” Hill; “Terrier,” Pierce; “The Best in the Second Grade,” Kerah; “The Color of Fire,” Rinaldi; “The Homework Machine,” Gutman; “Welcome Precious,” Grimes; “Yoon and the Christmas Mitten,” Recorvitis.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Beka Cooper,” Pierce; “David Ortiz,” Savage; “I Wonder Why Caterpillars Eat So Much,” Weber; “Lugalbanda: The Boy Who Got Caught Up in a War,” Henderson; “Map Skills-Grade 6 and 8,” Forte; “Molly Pitcher,” DeWillier; “Natural Disasters,” Watts; “Problem-Solving and Word Problems,” Nelson; “With a Little Luck,” Fradin.

Audio CDs

“Thanksgiving,” Evanovich; “Hundred-Dollar Baby,” Parker; “When Santa Fell to Earth”; “H.R.H.,” Steel; “Cross,” Paterson; “Three Junes,” Glass; “Dear John,” Sparks; “Trojan Odyssey,” Cussler.

Books on CD

“Curious George Feeds the Animals,” Rey; “Curious George Rides a Bike,” Rey; “Dora the Explorer: Make a Wish,” Wilson; “Let’s go to School-Blue’s Clues, Inches; “Mary Wore Her Red Dress,” Peek.


“Anne of Green Gables”; “The Continuing Story Anne of Green Gables”; “The Sequel Fun with Dick and Jane”; “It’s A Wonderful Life”; “King Kong”; “Miracle at Midnight”; “Oliver Twist”; “The Chronicles of Narna.”


“Angel Rogue,” Putney; “Arm and the Outlaw Express,” Evans; “Chill of Night,” Lutz; “Cold As Ice,” Stewart; “Comfort and Joy,” Hannah; “Conspiracy Game,” Geehan; “Dreamland,” Brown; “Eve’s Christmas,” Dailey; “False Impression,” Archer; “Gambler’s Woman,” Krentz.

Also, “Gifts of Love,” Hooper; “Glad Tidings,” Macomber; “Hawke, The Law of a Fast Gun,” Vaughan; “High Heels are Murder,” Viets; “Hot Dish,” Brockway; “Longarm and the Midnight Mistress,” Evans; “Mistletoe and Murder,” Dunn; “New Year’s Eve Murder,” Meier; “Once Upon a Christmas,” Snelling.

“Ready for Love,” Macomber; “Slocum and the Land Grabbers,” Logan; “Sugar and Spice,” Michaels; “Tonto Basin,” Grey; “Texas Rain,” Thomas; “Thanksgiving,” Evanovich; “The Burgler Who Thought He Was Bogart,” Block; “The Delaney Christmas Carol,” Hooper.

“The Enemy Inside,” Christie; “The Jury,” Michaels; “The Rules of Seduction,” Hunter; “The Trailsman, High Plains Grifters,” Sharpe; “The Vigilante-Six-Gun Law,” Sherman; “Whirlpool,” Lowell; “Who’s Sorry Now?,” Churchill.