MEXICO – The Mexico Public Library has announced new books that were added during the winter.

Adult fiction

“If You Could See Me Now,” Cecelia Ahern; “The Brooklyn Follies,” Paul Auster; “The Wonder Spot,” Melissa Banks; “Just Rewards,” Barbara Taylor Bradford; “The Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell,” Lilian Braun; “Long Time Coming,” Sandra Brown.

Also, “Now You See Him,” Stella Cameron; “Cold Hit,” Stephen Cannell; “Mermaids Singing,” Lisa Carey; “The Saint of Lost Things,” C. Castellani; “Dancing in the Dark,” Mary Jane Clark; “The Lincoln Lawyer,” Michael Connelly; “Predator,” Patricia Cornwell.

Also, “State of Fear,” Michael Crichton; “Carolina Isle,” Jude Deveraux; “First Impressions,” Jude Deveraux; “The Photograph,” Virginia Ellis; “Death Dance,” Linda Fairstein; “Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man,” Fannie Flagg; “Temple of the Winds,” Terry Goodkind.

Also, “S is for Silence,” Sue Grafton; “The Magic Hour,” Kristin Hannah; “On the Run,” Iris Johansen; “Light from Heaven,” Jan Karon; “Cell,” Stephen King; “The Preacher’s Daughter,” Beverly Lewis; “The Color of Death,” Elizabeth Lowell; “Sea Music,” Sara MacDonald.

Also, “Always Dakota,” Debbie Macomber; “Every Breath You Take,” Judith McNaught; “State Secrets,” Linda Lael Miller; “Speed of Dark,” Elizabeth Moon; “Circle of Gold,” Diana Palmer; “Night Fever,” Diana Palmer; “School Days,” Robert Parker; “Sea Change,” Robert Parker.

Also, “The 5th Horseman,” James Patterson; “Mary, Mary,” James Patterson; “Running the Bulls,” Cathie Pelletier; “The Tenth Circle,” Jodi Picoult; “Everything and the Moon,” Julia Quinn; “Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt,” Anne Rice; “Red Lily,” Nora Roberts; “The Chosen,” Sharon Sala.

“Wedding in December,” Anita Shreve; “At First Sight,” Nicholas Sparks; “An Unfinished Life,” Mark Spragg; “The House,” Danielle Steel; “Toxic Bachelors,” Danielle Steel; “Saving Fish from Drowning,” Amy Tan; “Into Temptation,” Penny Vincenzi; “Goodnight Nobody,” Jennifer Weiner; “Good Grief,” Lolly Winston.

Adult nonfiction

“Behind Barbed Wire,” Milton Bailey; “Encyclopedia of New England,” Bert Feintuch; “A Million Little Pieces,” James Frey; “Guinness World Records 2006”; “Denison’s Ice Road,” Edith Iglauer; “The Narnian,” Alan Jacobs; “More than Petticoats: Remarkable Maine Women,” Kate Kennedy.

Also, “She Got Up off the Couch,” Haven Kimmel; “Devil in the White City,” Erik Larson; “Love Smart,” Phil McGraw; “Maine and Me,” Elizabeth Peavey; “90 Minutes in Heaven,” Don Piper.

Also, “Fondue,” Rick Rodgers; “The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio,” Terry Ryan; “Unlikely Angel,” Ashley Smith; “Natural Cures They Don’t Want You to Know About,” Kevin Trudeau; “The Cat Encyclopedia,” Verhoet-Verhall; “No Flies on Bill (Billie Gammon),” Darcy Wakefield; “World Almanac and Book of Facts 2006.”

Juvenile/young adults

“Whittington,” Alan Armstrong; “Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator,” Roald Dahl; “The Get Rich Quick Club,” Dan Gutman; “Shock Point,” April Henry; “Stained,” Jennifer Jacobson; “Gifts from the Sea,” Natalie Kinsey-Warnock; “TTYL,” Lauren Myracle; “TTFN,” Lauren Myracle.

Also, “Prom Anonymous,” Blake Nelson; “John Lennon: All I Want is the Truth,” E. Partridge; “Criss Cross,” Lynne Perkins; “Keep the Lights Burning, Abbie,” Peter Roop; “The Eagle,” Cynthia Rylant; “The Storm,” Cynthia Rylant; “Small Steps,” Louis Sachar; “Enthusiasm,” Polly Shulman; “The Penultimate Peril,” Lemony Snicket.

Children’s

“Does a Kangaroo Have a Mother, Too?,” Eric Carle; “Walt Disney’s Comics 648”; “Walt Disney’s Comics 654”; “Sylvia Jean, Drama Queen,” Lisa Ernst; “Snowball Fight,” Jimmy Fallon; “Rosa,” Nikki Giovanni; “When Someone is Afraid,” Valeri Gorbachev.

“Horace and Morris Join the Chorus,” James Howe; “The Hello Goodbye Window,” Norman Juster; “Mom and Me Cookbook,” Annabel Karmel; “A Family of Poems: My Favorite Poems for Children,” Caroline Kennedy; “Sam’s Snowy Day,” Mary Labatt.

Also, “Tea with Tumnus,” C.S. Lewis; “Welcome to Narnia,” C.S. Lewis; “Moo Who?,” Margie Palatini; “Axle Annie and the Speed Grump,” Robin Pulver; “Henry and Mudge and the Great Grandpas,” Cynthia Rylant; “David Smells,” David Shannon; “Oh, David,” David Shannon; “Runny Babbit,” Shel Silverstein.

DVDs

“Backstairs at the White House”; “Baseball Fundamentals”; “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”; “Cinderella Man”; “Dance it Off!”; “Happy Birthday, Clifford!”; “March of the Penguins”; “North Country”; “Party Time with Max and Ruby”; “Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.”

Also, “Veggie Tales: Lord of the Beans”; “Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Werewolf”; “War of the Worlds”; “When Zachary Beaver Came to Town.”


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