Library lists April additions

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PARIS — New materials have been announced at the Hamlin Memorial Library for the month of April:

Adult fiction

“The Girl Who Chased the Moon,” Sarah Addison Allen; “The Map of True Places,” Brunonia Barry; “The Postmistress,” Sarah Blake; “Caught,” Harlan Coben; “Dangerous Ladies,” Christina Dodd; “Deliver Us From Evil,” David Baldacci; “The Walk,” Richard Paul Evans; “The Executor,” Jesse Kellerman; “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” Stieg Larsson; “The Girl Who Played with Fire,” Stieg Larsson; “Blue-Eyed Devil,” Robert B. Parker; “The 9th Judgment,” James Patterson; “House Rules,” Jodi Picoult; “Savor the Moment,” Nora Roberts; “Think Twice,” Lisa Scottoline; “Cutting for Stone,” Abraham Verghese.

Adult nonfiction

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“Oprah: a biography,” Kitty Kelley; “Vincent Andrew Hartgen: his art and legacy,” Carl Little; “No One Would Listen: a true financial thriller,” Harry Markopolos; “The Bridge: the life and rise of Barack Obama,” David Remnick; “Courage and Consequences: my life as a conservative in the fight,” Karl Rove.

Audio books

“Wolf Hall,” Hilary Mantel.

Young adult

“Will Grayson, Will Grayson,” John Green and David Levithan; “Fang: a Maximum Ride novel,” James Patterson.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Sharing the Seasons: a book of poems”; “How to Clean a Hippopotamus,” Steve Jenkins; “Seas and Oceans,” Felicity Brooks; “An African Adventure,” Ron Laing; “The Great Animal Search,” Caroline Young; “The Usborne Illustrated Encyclopedia of Science & Technology.”

Juvenile fiction

“Alchemy and Meggy Swann,” Karen Cushman; “The Birthday Ball,” Lois Lowry; “Leprechaun in Late Winter,” Mary Pope Osborne; “The Red Pyramid,” Rick Riordan; “The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: the Mysterious Howling,” Maryrose Wood.

Picture books

“Books from Maine: a Raising Readers collection”; “My Garden,” Kevin Henkes; “The Heart and the Bottle,” Oliver Jeffers; “The Lion and the Mouse,” Jerry Pinkney; “Mirror Mirror,” Marilyn Singer.

DVDs

“The Blind Side”; “Fantastic Mr. Fox”; “New Moon.”

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