Nonfiction books added at library


PARIS – The Paris Public Library recently added the following nonfiction books for adults to its collection.

Andersen, “After Diana”; Angier, “The Canon: a Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science”; Bastianich, “Lida’s Italy”; Bauer, “Food Cures”; Bennett, “America, the Last Great Hope, Volume 2”; Bernstein, “Woman in Charge: the Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton”; Beschloss, “Presidential Courage.”

Also, Bock, “Healing the New Childhood Epidemics”; Buckingham, “Go Put Your Strengths to Work”; Cruise, “The Three-hour Diet Cookbook”; Curtis, “It’s Not News, It’s Fark”; Dallek, “Nixon and Kissinger”; Dann, “The Goldfish Went on Vacation”; Davidson, “Leap: What Will We Do with the Rest of Our Lives”; De Laurentiis, “Everyday Pasta.”

Also, DeLay, “No Retreat, No Surrender”; Feinstein, “Tales from Q School”; Gawande, “Better: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance”; Geller, “The Loved Dog”; Goldberg, “Crazies to the Left of Me, Wimps to the Right”; Gore, “The Assault on Reason”; Groopman, “How Doctors Think.”

Also, Gupta, “Chasing Life: New Discoveries in the Search for Immortality”; Hennessy, “Alter This: Radical Ideas for Transforming Books”; Hitchens, “God is Not Great”; Hunt, “On the Hunt”; Iacocca, “Where Have All the Leaders Gone?”; Iggulden, “The Dangerous Book for Boys.”

Also, Ilibagiza, “Left to Tell”; Isaacson, “Einstein”; Kerry, “This Moment on Earth”; Kielburger, “Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World”; Kingsolver, “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle”; Kurson, “Crashing Through”; Kwong, “Simple Chinese Cooking”; Langewiesche, “The Atomic Bazaar.”

Also, Latus, “If I Am Missing or Dead”; Leach, “The Beginner’s Guide to Dog Agility”; Ludwig, “Ending the Food Fight”; Odes, “From the Hips: a ComprehensiveTotally-honest Guide to Pregnancy”; Orndorff, “Terrorists, Tornados and Tsunamis”; Ortiz, “Big Papi.”

Also, Pearl, “A Mighty Heart”; Perkins, “The Secret History of the American Empire”; Preston, “Wild Trees”; Rickles, “Rickles’ Book”; Rodriguez, “The Kabul Beauty School”; Rowell, “The Women Who Raised Me”; Rule, “Too Late to Say Goodbye”; Shrum, “No Excuses: Concessions of a Serial Campaigner.”

Also, South, “The Cure for Anything is Salt Water”; Stewart, “The Summer of 1787”; Susanka, “The Not So Big Life”; Szelog, “Our Point of View: 14 Years at a Maine Lighthouse”; Taleb, “The Black Swan: the Impact of the Highly Improbable”; Tenet, “At the Center of the Storm”; Weiss, “Many Lives, Many Masters”; Wolk, “Cabin Pressure”; Woodruff, “In an Instant”; Zimbardo, “The Lucifer Effect.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the Paris Public Library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected]