WATERFORD – The following books were recently added to the Waterford Library collection:


“The Camel Club,” David Baldacci; “Carnivore Diet,” Julia Slavin; “Contemporary Maine Fiction,” ed. by Wesley McNair; “Friends, Lovers, Chocolate,” Alexander McCall Smith; “The Lighthouse,” P.D. James; “Mary, Mary,” James Patterson.

Also, “Ordinary Heroes,” Scott Turow; “The Penelopiad,” Margaret Atwood; “The River House,” Margaret Leroy; “Saving Fish from Drowning,” Amy Tan; “The Time of the Uprooted,” Elie Wiesel; “Truth and Consequences,” Alison Lurie; “A Wedding in December,” Anita Shreve.


“Rereadings,” Anne Fadiman; “Team of Rivals: the Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln,” Doris Kearns Goodwin; “Woman at the Washington Zoo,” Marjo Williams; “The Year of Magical Thinking,” Joan Didion.

The library is open to all residents of Waterford. Hours are 2 to 6 p.m. Monday, 3 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

A homebound delivery program is available. Books will be delivered to residents who are unable to travel to the library for any reason; it includes people with permanent or temporary disabilities or health problems.

A library volunteer will deliver books approximately every three weeks, and books will be renewable by telephoning either the library or the volunteer. To sign up for the program, residents may call 583-2050.

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