NORWAY – The Norway Memorial Library announces its new books for January.

Fiction

Carol Lea Benjamin, “Without a Word”; Nancy Bush, “Candy Apple Red”; JoAnna Carl, “The Chocolate Bear Burglary”; JoAnna Carl, “The Chocolate Puppy Puzzle”; Jennifer Chiaverini, “5 Elm Creek Quilts Novels”; Jill Churchill, “Who’s Sorry Now?”; Jody Gehrman, “Tart.”

Also, Sue Grafton, “S is for Silence”; Parnell Hall, “Stalking the Puzzle Lady”; Dean Koontz, “City of Night”; Don Mitchell, “The Nature Notebooks”; Mary-Ann Tirone Smith, “She Smiled Sweetly”; Rafi Zabor, “The Bear Comes Home.”

Nonfiction

Jimmy Carter, “Our Endangered Values”; Al Franken, “The Truth (with jokes)”; Gene Sperling, “The Pro-Growth Progressive: an Economic Strategy”; Joe Conason, “The Raw Deal: How the Bush Republicans Plan to Destroy…”; Hannah Holmes, “The Secret Life of Dust”; Robert Winkler, “Going Wild: Adventures with Birds in the Suburban Wilderness.”

Also, Vincent Simeone, “Wonders of the Winter Landscape”; Charles Fleischer, “HR for Small Business: From Hiring to Firing”; Tom Kelley, “The Art of Innovation: Lessons in Creativity from IDEO”; Robert Spector, “The Nordstrom Way to Customer Service Excellence.”

Also, John Winsor, “Spark: Be More Innovative Through Co-Creation”; “Green Building Products: The Green Spec Guide”; Jonathan Harr, “The Lost Painting”; “National Geographic Guide to the State Parks of the United States”; Megan Marshall, “The Peabody Sisters”; “The Encyclopedia of New England.”

Biography

Michael Goldfarb, “Ahmad’s War, Ahmad’s Peace: Surviving Under Saddam”; Rose Guilbault, “Farmworker’s Daughter: Growing up Mexican in America.”


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