DIXFIELD – Ludden Memorial Library announces new arrivals during May.

Adult fiction

“A New Leaf,” Kinkade; “Bound in Sallows,” Davies; “Deadlier Pen,” Emerson; “Death by Dickens,” Perry; “Divided in Death,” Robb; “Folly and Glory,” McMurtry; “Hidden Prey,” Sanford; “High Country,” Barr; “Irish Coffee,” McInerny; “Islands,” Siddons; “Night Time is My Time,” Clark; “Reckless Abandon,” Woods; “The Boat to Camden Town,” Charles.

Also, “The Death and Life of Chelsea Kane,” Delinsky; “The Lady and the Unicorn,” Chevalier; “The Persuit,” Wick; “The Second Chair,” Lescroart; “The Visitor,” Wick; “The Way the Crow Flies,” MacDonald; “Truth or Dare,” Krentz.

Adult nonfiction

“April 1865,” Winik; “Chicken Soup for the Soul Celebrates Sisters”; “Echoes of Eagles: A Son’s Search for His Father,” Woolley; “Finding Annie Farrell,” Harpaz; “Flower Gardens,” Hobhouse.

“Frank and Jessy James: the Story Behind the Legend, Yeatman; “Good House Parts: Creating a Great Home,” Wedlick; “His Brother’s Keeper,” Weiner; “Home Cheap Home”; “House of Bush, House of Saud,” Unger; “Hunting Down Saddam,” Moore; “In my Father’s Footsteps,” Balana; “The Coming of the Third Reich,” Evans; “Three Weeks with My Brother,” Sparks; “Tough Plants: Unkillable Plants for Every Garden,” Amos.

Adult fiction, large print

“A Buried Lie,” Isleb; “A Girl Named Rose,” Nells; “Tender Mercies,” Snelling; “The Good Sister,” Diamond; “The Nanny Diaries”; “The Touch,” McCullough.

Nonfiction, large print

“Last Man Down,” Paisner.


“Custard’s Last Stand,” Myers; “Dearest Mary Jane,” Nells; “Dungeons and Dragons,” Barrett; “In Silence,” Spindler; “Pale Moon Rising,” Gray; “Reiver’s Bride,” Scott; “The Insider,” Weaver; “The Morning After,” Jackson; “The Sea Wife,” Cook.

Juvenile fiction

“A Camping Spree with Mr. McGee,” Vandusen; “A Mud Pie for Mother,” Beck; “Astro Boy 1: The Birth of Astro Boy,” “Astro Boy 2: His Highness Dead Cross,” “Astro Boy 3: The Greatest Robot on Earth” and “Astro Boy 4: Robot Land,” Tezuka.

Also, “Bad Hare Day,” Stine; “Dot and Jabber and the Big, Big Mystery,” Walsh; “Ella Sarah Gets Dressed,” Chodos-Irving; “Five Smooth Stones,” Gregory; “Flower Girl Butterflies,” Howard; “Hooray for Mother’s Day,” Cosby.

“Manuelo the Playing Mantis,” Freeman; “Mimmie and Moo,” Cazet; “Noisy Barn!,” Ziefert; “Olive’s Ocean,” Henkes; “Robot,” Bridgman; “The Book of Dragons,” Nesbic; “The Dance,” Evans; “The Ironwood Tree,” Diterlizzi; “The Report Card,” Clements; “The Water Gift and the Pig of the Pig,” Martin.

Juvenile book/cassette

“From Tadpole to Frog,” Pfeffer.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Dr. Drake’s Book of Dragonology”; “Prairie Girl,” Anderson; “The Handmade Alphabet,” Rankin; “The Mystery of Atlantis,” Wallace; “Fire in the Heart: A Spiritual Guide for Teens,” Chopra; “Animals on the Trail,” Patent; “We are Many: A Picture Book of American Indians,” Rappaport.

Juvenile reference

“It’s a Big, Big World Atlas.”


“Stand Off,” Sandra Brown; “First to Die,” James Patterson.


“Breaking Free,” “Hans Christian Andersen,” “The Tale of Tillie’s Dragon.”


“Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” “House of Fog and Sand,” “Girl with the Pearl Earring.”

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