BUCKFIELD – The Zadoc Long Free Library has announced that it will be open on Tuesdays in addition to current hours. Hours now are 2 to 8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesdays and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays.

Connie Cushing has joined the staff as library assistant and youth services coordinator. She is a 2004 graduate of the library and information technology program at the University of Maine at Augusta and is the past chairwoman of the youth services section of the Maine Library Association and the current chairwoman of the Lupine Committee.

The library has recently added the following materials to its collection:

Adult

“4th of July,” James Patterson; “1776,” David McCullough; “Eleven on Top,” Janet Evanovich; “Rage,” Faye Kellerman; “The Mermaid Chair,” Sue Monk Kidd; “Lifeguard,” James Patterson; “The Historian,” Elizabeth Kostova; “Broken Prey,” John Sanford.

Also, “Origin in Death,” J.D. Robb; “Seizure,” Robin Cook; “No Graves as Yet,” Anne Perry; “The Crazed,” Ha Jin; “Lost Light,” Michael Connelly; “Foul Matter,” Martha Grimes; “A Long Way Down,” Nick Hornby; ” The World is Flat,” Thomas Friedman.

“No Country for Old Men,” Cormac McCarthy; “Wicked the Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West,” Gregory Maguire; “No One to Trust,” Iris Johansen; “The Jester,” James Patterson; “24 Hours,” Greg Iles; “Chasing the Dime,” Michael Connelly; “Brother and Sister,” Joanna Trollope; “Zodiac Unmasked,” Robert Graysmith.

Also, “Flights of Love,” Bernhard Schlink; “The Nightspinners,” Lucretia Grindle; “The Distant Echo,” Val McDermid; “In the Hand of Dante,” Nick Tosches; “Speak to the Wings,” Ruth Moore; “The Art of War,” Sun-tzu; “The Art of Happiness at Work,” Dalai Lama; “A Long Way from Home,” Tom Brokaw.

Also, “Island of Hope, Island of Tears,” David Brownstone; “Chill Factor,” Sandra Brown; “The Interruption of Everything,” Terry McMillan; “Miracle,” Danielle Steel; “The Undomestic Goddess,” Sophie Kinsella; “She’s Not There,” Jennifer Finney Boylan; “At First Sight,” Nicholas Sparks; “Fire Sale,” Sara Paretsky; “Saving Fish from Drowning,” Amy Tan.

Also, “Light from Heaven,” Jan Karon; “Nights of Rain and Stars,” Maeve Binchy; “Hunting Fear,” Kaye Hooper; “Predator,” Patricia Cornwell; “The Camel Club,” David Baldicci; “A Wedding in December,” Anita Shreve; “Sweetwater Creek,” Anne River Siddons; “Muder Suicide,” Keith Ablow; “Jolie Blon’s Bounce,” James Lee Burke.

Also, “Crusaders Cross,” James Lee Burke; “In the Moon of the Red Ponies,” James Lee Burke; ” The Lincoln Lawyer,” Michael Connelly: “Bad Men,” John Connolly; “The Closers,” Michael Connelly; “Marker,” Robin Cook; “No Man’s Land,” G.M. Ford; ” Street Dreams,” Faye Kellerman; “The Innocent,” Harlan Coben; “Vanish,” Tess Gerritsen; “Therapy,” Jonathan Kellerman; “The Lunar Men,” Jenny Uglow; “The Black Angel,” John Connolly.

Magazines

Down East, Entertainment Weekly, Family Circle, National Geographic Kid, Newsweek, Ranger Rick, Reader’s Digest, Teen People, Time, Woman’s Day.

Young adult/children’s

“A Dog’s Life,” Ann Martin; “Carl’s Sleepy Day,” Alexander Day; “10 Little Rubber Ducks,” Eric Carle; “Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers,” Louise Rennison; “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,” J.K. Rowling; “Eldest,” Christopher Paolini; “Al Capone Does My Shirts,” Gennifer Choldenko.

Also, “Bone,” Jeff Smith; “Oh My Goddess! Final Exam,” Kosuke Fujishima; “Dragonball Z,” Akira Toriyama; “Junie B. Jones and a Little Monkey Business,” Barbara Park; “Atemis Fowl,” Eoin Colfer; “Atemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident,” Eoin Colfer, “Pendragon the Merchant of Death,” D.J Machale.

Also, “Rose,” Jeff Smith; “Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus,” Barbara Park; “Junie B. Jones Boo and I Mean It,” Barbara Park; “Dad aren’t You Glad,” Lynn Plourde; “Egyptology,” Ian Andrew; “Diary of a Spider,” Doreen Cronin; “Leonardo DaVinci,” Kathleen Krull; “Lunch Money,” Andrew Clements; “Midnight for Charlie Bone,” Jenny Nimmo.

Also, “Mister Seahorse,” Eric Carle; “Teen Idol,” Med Cabot; “Gossip Girl,” Cecill Von Ziegesar; “Mercy Watson to the Rescue,” Kate DiCamillo; “Boy Girl Boy,” Ron Koertge; “Dancing in My Nuddy Pants,” Louise Rennison; “Flush,” Carl Hiaasen; “The Penultimate Peril,” Lemony Snickett; “Under the Jolly Roger,” L.A. Meyer.

For more information or to reserve a title, call 336-2171 or e-mail [email protected]


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