DIXFIELD – New arrivals at the Ludden Memorial Library for December are announced.

Adult fiction

“S is for Silence,” Grafton; “A Christmas Guest,” Perry; “A Covington Christmas,” Medlicott; “A Million Little Pieces,” Frey; “Amish Country Crossroads: 3 Best Selling Novels,” Lewis; “Blown,” Mathews; “Echo Burning,” Child; “Hannah’s Hope,” Kingsbury.

Also, “How Mrs. Clause Saved Christmas,” Guinn; “Knife of Dreams,” Jordon; “Love’s Abiding Joy,” Oke; “Missing Mom,” Oates; “Murder at the Washington Tribune,” Truman; “Regime,” LeHaye; “Saving Fish from Drowning,” Tan.

Also, “Shadowed,” Jenkins; “Silenced,” Jenkins; “The Christmas Angel,” Kinkade; “The Godfather Returns,” Winegarder; “The Lighthouse,” James; “The Scepter’s Return,” Chernenko; “There is Something About Xmas,” Macomber; “Until I Find You,” Irving; “Windchill: Crime Stories by New England Writers.”

Large print adult fiction

“Angel of Mercy,” Peterson; “Angels Flight,” Peterson; “City of Angels,” Peterson; “Dead Ringer,” Scottoline; “Hannah’s Hope,” Kingsbury; “Sweet Violet,” Palmer; “The Christmas Shoes,” Van Liere.

Adult nonfiction

“700 Sundays,” Crystal; “A Seal Called Andre,” Goodridge; “Battlefield of the Mind,” Meyer; “Cities in the Wilderness”; “Coming Home to Myself,” Judd; “Cooking Light Annual Recipes 2006”; “Crochet from the Heart,” Spurkland; “I Remember Running: The Year I got Everything I Wanted and ALS,” Wakefield.

Also, “Marley and Me,” Grogan; “My Friend Leonard,” Frey; “Natural Cures They Don’t Want…,” Trudeau; “Night Draws Near: Iraq’s People in the Shadow…,” Shadid; “One Women’s Army: The Commanding General,” Karpinski; “Raising Boys Without Men,” Drexler; “Symptoms of Withdrawal,” Lawford; “The Encyclopedia of Drawing Techniques,” Harrison; “The Headache Cure,” Kandel.

Juvenile fiction

“A Terrible Thing Happened,” Holmes; “American Girl Nellie’s Promise”; Biscuit Goes to School” (book/cassette), Capucilli; “Box Car Children: The Mystery of the Orphan Train,” Warner; “Carlotta’s Kittens,” Naylor; “Excuse Me! A Little Book About Manners,” Katz.

Also, “Guess Who’s Coming to Santa’s for Dinner?,” DePaola; “I Love Trucks,” Sturges; “I Wish to Be a Christmas Tree,” Monroe; “Ituku’s Christmas Journey,” Pasquali; “No Small Thing,” Ghent; “Snow Day Dance,” Hubbell.

Also, “Snow Friends,” Butler; “The Christmas Humbugs,” Monroe; “The Fire Engine Book”; “The Grand Escape,” Naylor; “The Mistmantle Ghronicles; Bk1; Urchin of the Riding Stars,” McAllister; “Toes, Ears and Nose,” Bauer; “Young Cam Jansen and the Substitute Mystery,” Addler.

Young adult fiction

“A Great and Terrible Beauty,” Bray; “Boy, Girl, Boy,” Koertge; “Code Orange,” Cooney; “Rebel Angels,” Bray.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Dirt Bikes,” Doeden; “Prehistoric Actual Size,” Jenkins.

Audio CDs

“A Breath of Snow and Ashes”; “By the Shores of Silver Lake”; “On the Banks of Plum Creek”; “The Christmas Companion”; “The Last Hostage.”

Cassettes

“Biscuit Goes to School” (book/cassette), Capucilli; “Christmas in Camelot”; “Double Homicide.”

DVDs

“A Christmas Carol”; “A Lot Like Life”; “Arthur Goes on a Trip”; “Arthur Loses His Marbles”; “Bear Snores On”; “Calendar Girl”; “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”; “Cinderella”; “Crash”; “Danny and the Dinosaur”; “David Copperfield Illusion”; “Goodnight Mr. Tom.”

Also, “Jim Braddock: Boxing’s Real Cinderella Story”; “My Dad the Rock Star – Dad’s Debut”; “Platoon”; “Polar Express”; “Quack Knows It All”; “The Bad News Bears”; “The Sandlot”; “The Sandlot 2”; “The Wedding Planner”; “True Women”; “Twelve Days of Christmas”; “Veggie Tales – Lord of the Beans”; “Yours, Mine and Ours.”

Paperbacks

“A Grave for Lassiter,”Grey; “Christmas Cards from the Edge,” Ashley; “Code of Honor,” Mann; “Darker than Midnight,” Shayne; “Death Rides a Red Horse,” Smith; “Hard Truth,” Stewart; “Highland Champion,” Howell; “His Bonnie Bride,” Howell.

Also, “In Too Deep,” Wainscott; “Much Ado About You,” James; “Nerd Gone Wild,” Thompson; “O’Rourk’s Revenge,” Martin; “One Little Sin,” Carlyle; “Red Lily,” Roberts; “Silent Witness,” McKenna; “The Baby Farm,” Harper.

Also, “The Gutter and the Grave,” McBain; “The Mavericks,” Greenwood; “The Seal’s Baby,” Brewer; “This Rake of Mine,” Boyle.


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