DIXFIELD – Ludden Memorial Library announces new arrivals on the shelves in February.

Adult fiction

“A Love Woven True,” Peterson; “A Redbird Christmas,” Flagg; “Assault and Pepper,” Meyers; “Best of Friends,” Kelly; “Beyond Tuesday Morning,” Kingsbury; “Cats’ Eyewitness,” Brown; “Come Spring,” La Haye; “Conviction,” Patterson; “Death of a Bore,” Beaton.

Also, “Good in Bed,” Weiner; “Honeymoon,” Patterson; “Impossible,” Steel; “Led Astray,” Brown; “Loop Group,” McMurtry; “Night Fall,” Demille; “Peach Cobbler Murder,” Fluke; “Pompeii,” Harris.

Also, “Survivor in Death,” Roberts; “The Emancipator’s Wife,” Hambly; “The Read Mother,” Michael; “The Treasured One,” Eddings; “The Virtuous Woman,” Morris; “Till Shiloh Comes,” Morris; “Unexpected Blessings,” Bradford; “Vanishing Acts,” Picoult; “Walking Home,” Goldreich.

Large-print adult fiction

“A Love Woven True,” Peterson; “A Tapestry of Hope,” Peterson; “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn,” Smith; “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” Chevalier; “River Jordan,” Trobaugh; “The Shop on Blossom Street,” Macomber; “Vengeance is a Bullet,” Cotton.

Adult nonfiction

“A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandrea,” Maylunas; “Character Under Attack and What you Can Do About it,” Sommer; “Children with Traumatic Brain Injury”; “Chilton Import Car Repair Manual 1998-2002”; “China Inc.: How the Rise of the Next Superpower,” Fishman.

Also, “Managing Teams,” Holpp; “Mother-Daughter Wisdom,” Northrup; “Simply the Best 250 Prize Winning Recipes,” Weight Watchers; “St. Patrick of Ireland,” Freeman; “When Your Child Has a Disability,” Batshaw.

Large-print adult nonfiction

“Farewell, Jackie,” Klein.

Paperbacks

“A Perfect Bride,” James; “Ain’t She Sweet,” Phillips; “Beach Girls,” Rice; “Better Off Dead,” Sawyer; “Break In,” Francis; “Custard’s Last Stand,” Myers; “Dead Heat, Carver; “Death is Forever,” Lowell; “High Country Bride,” Miller.

Also, “May December Souls,” Monteilh; “My Sunshine,” Anderson; “Navy Baby,” Macomber, “Night of the Blackbird,” Graham; “Picket Fence,” Cates; “Reap a Wicked Harvest,” Harrison; “Savage Courage,” Edwards; “Second Bride,” Miller.

Also, “Shotgun Bride,” Miller; “Stranger in Town,” Shayne; “The Search,” Heggen; “The Truest Heart,” James; “Walks in Shadow,” Henderson.

Juvenile fiction

“All I Want is Everything,” Von Zeigesar; “Arthur Flips,” Brown; “Arthur’s Lost Duckling,” Brown; “Because I’m Worth It,” Von Zeigesar; “Because of Winn-Dixie,” DiCamillo; “Bucking the Sarge,” Curtis; “How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms,” Yolen; “New Dinos,” Tanaka.

Also, “Nobody’s Diggier than a Dog,” Bartoletti; “One Dark and Dreadful Night,” Cecil; “Say Cheese,” Brown; “The Friend,” Stewart; “The Octopus,” Cazet; “The Ruling Class,” Pascal; “The Secret of th First One Up,” Arno; “The Ugly Caterpillar,” Sommer.

Also, “The Valentine Express,” Wallace; “The Winter of the Ice Wizard,” Osborne; “Trickster’s Queen,” Pierce; “You Know You Love Me,” Von Ziegesar.

Graphic novels

“Megatakyo, Vol. 1” and “Megatakyo, Vol. 3,” Gallagher.

Juvenile nonfiction

“A Visit to the Zoo,” Holna; “Air Pollution,” Donald; “Autism Through a Sister’s Eye,” Brand; “By My Brother’s Side,” Barber; “Chess for Juniors: A Complete Guide,” Snyder; “Daniel Radcliffe,” Bankston; “George Washington’s False Teeth,” Darnton.

Also, “Journey Through Heartsongs,” Stepanek; “Let’s Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day,” Roop; “New Year’s Day,” Imler; “New Year’s Day,” Marx; “The Need for Oil,” Gunderson; “Tsunami: Monster Wave,” Wade.

DVDs

“Arthur in the Woods”; “Arthur, the Big Riddle”; “Arthur’s Chicken Pox”; Arthur’s Money Matters”; “Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown”; “Benji Off the Leash”; “Five People You Meet in Heaven”; “Flying Deuces, Laurel and Hardy”; “Habla Espanol” (DVD and book); ” Hockey Night”; “Kangaroo Jack.”

Also, “Little PeopleStory Collection”; “Magic in the Water”; “Mary Poppins”; “The Haunted Mansion”; “The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns”; “The Notebook”; “The Princess Bride”; The Seventh Brother”; “Utopia, Lauren and Hardy”; “Veggie Tales-The Wonderful World of Auto-Tainment”; “Watcher in the Woods.”


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