NORWAY – Norway Memorial Library announces its new books.


“Dark Eye,” William Bernhardt; “A Midsummer Night’s Scream,” Jill Churchill; “Entombed,” Linda Fairstein; “Alone,” Lisa Gardner; “Pearl,” Mary Gordon; “The Broker,” John Grisham; “Come Spring,” Tim LeHaye; “Singing Bird,” Roisin McAuley; “St. Dale,” Sharyn MCCrumb; “Beyond the Waves,” Elizabeth Marek; “Shades of Red,” Doris Mortman; “Florida,” Christine Schutt.


“Poe’s Heart and the Mountain Climber,” Richard Restak; “Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed,” Jared Diamond; “The Real Lives of Strong Black Women,” Toby Thompkins; “The 7 Stages of Motherhood,” Ann Murphy; “The Conservative Bookshelf,” Chilton Williamson; “Start Late, Finish Rich,” David Bach; “The Stories of English,” David Crystal.

Also, “The Best American Science and Nature Writing,” Steven Pinker; “Mind the Gap: the Education of a Nature Writer,” John Hay; “Animals in Translation,” Temple Grandin; “Eat to be Fit,” Michael Foley; “365 Activities for Fitness, Food and Fun for the Whole Family,” Julia Sweet; “Cod: a Biography of the Fish That Changed the World,” Mark Kurlansky.

Also, “Understanding Orchids,” William Cullina; “Oh Boy!” Maryann Bucknum Brinley; “Raising America,” Ann Hulbert; “Go It Alone,” Bruce Judson; “Lest We Forget: Band Stands of Maine,” Barbara Fox; “Stamp Collecting for Dummies,” Richard Sine; “Best American Short Stories – 2004,” “Where Shall Wisdom be Found,” Harold Bloom; “Best American Essays,” “In Fact: The Best of Creative Nonfiction,” “Truth and Fiction in the Da Vinci Code,” Bart D. Ehrman.

Also, “The Future of Ice,” Gretel Ehrlich; “Cairo, a Cultural History,” Andrew Beattie; “Zara’s Tale,” Peter Beard; “Houseboat Chronicles,” Jake MacDonald; “American Heroines,” Kay Bailey Hutchins; “Pauli and Jung,” David Lindorf; “Maharinis,” Lucy Moore; “A Thousand Sighs, a Thousand Revolts,” Christiane Bird; “Sable Island,” Marq DeVilliers; “Slavery and Making of America,” James Oliver Horton; “Born Fighting,” James Webb; “Oregon Trail,” David Dary.


“Sharing Good Times,” Jimmy Carter; “Yeh Yeh’s House,” Evelina Chao; “George Balanchine,” Robert Gottlieb; “Another Way Home,” Ronne Hartfield; “Frank Lloyd Wright,” Ada Louise Huxtable; “The Dreaming Game,” Philip Kunhardt Jr.; “One Matchless Time: A Life of William Faulkner,” Jay Parini.

Also, “Walt Whitman,” David S. Reynolds; “My Father’s Rifle,” Hiner Saleem; “Wanted Man,” Tamsin Spargo; “The World of Music According to Starker,” Janos Starker; “When the Spirits Dance Mambo,” Marta Moreno Vega; “A Taste fo the Sweet Apple,” Jo Anna Holt Watson.

Maine nonfiction

“The Road to the Dark Tower,” Ben Vincent.


“Mineralogy of Maine,” Vandall T. King.

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