DIXFIELD – Ludden Memorial Library has listed new arrivals to the shelves during July.

Adult fiction

“Angels Fall,” Roberts; “Break No Bones,” Reichs; “Calder Storm,” Dailey;m”Can’t Wait to Get to Heaven,” Flagg; “Captive of My Desires,” Lindsey; “Captive of My Desires,” Lindsey; “Claire Knows Best,” Bateman; “Consigned to Death,” Cleland.

Also, “Digging to America,” Tyler; “Earth to Betsy,” Patello; “Eye Contact,” McGovern; “Halos,” Heitzmann; “Heavens to Betsy,” Patello; “Hitched,” Clark; “Secrets,” Heitzmann; “Sequel to Secrets,” Heitzmann.

“The Rapture,” LeHaye; “The Wrong Hostage,” Lowell; “Thriller,” edited by James Patterson; “Tomb of the Golden Bird,” Peters.

Adult nonfiction

“A Bitter Brew,” Young; “A Soldier’s Son,” Hodgkins; “Bronx D.A.,” Straus; “Fresh Maine Salads,” Simonds; “Laura Bush,” Kessler; “Little Pine to King Spruce,” Pelletier; “Live, Laugh, Love Again,” Borquez; “Look Great Feel Good-12 Keys,” Meyer.

Also, “Osteoporosis Prevention,” Newman; “Recovering Loses in Life,” Wright; “Silent Snow,” Cone; “The One Percent Doctrine,” Suskind; “Treating and Preventing Adolescent Mental Health Disorders”; “While You’re Here, Doc,” Brown; “Wisdom of Our Fathers,” Russert.

Adult large print fiction

“Blood Cut,” Curtis; “Hot Flashes and cold Cream,” Hunt; “Loving Libby,” Hatcher; “Under the Northern Lights,” Peterson.

Adult large print nonfiction

“It’s Not Easy Bein’ Me,” Dangerfield.

Young adult fiction

“Angels in Pink (PB),” McDaniel; “Teen Idol,” Cabot.

Young adult nonfiction

“Special Effects: An Introduction to Movie Magic,” Miller.

Graphic novels

“Big Bratty Book of Bart Simpson,” Groening; “Transformers: Space Pirates,” Furman.

Juvenile fiction

“Aargh, It’s an Alien,” Wallace; “Career Day,” Rockwell; “How to Almost Ruin Your School Play,” Wesley; “Hurry and the Monarch,” O’Flatharta; “Ouch,” Scamell; “Pop’s Bridge,” Bunting; “The Jolly Mon,” Buffett; “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” Lewis; “Wake up Bertha Bear,” Mason.

Juvenile nonfiction

“Brer Rabbit and the Wonderful Tar Baby,” Metaxas; “Crafts for Kids Who Are Learning about Transportation,” Ross; “Endangered Reptiles,” McNab; “Helen Keller,” De Villier; “King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table,” Sterne.

Also, “Lizards,” Lewis; “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” Metaxas; “The History of Shipwrecks,” Spence; “The Vietnam Veterans Memorial,” Britton.

Book CDs

“Everything Grows,” Raffi.

Paperbacks

“Before Sunrise,” Palmer; “Burning Tigress,” Lee; “Edge of Danger,” Adler; “Impulse,” Ross; “Nothing Like the Night,” Lawrence; “Tears of Pride,” Jackson; “The Admiral’s Bride,” Brockmann; “The Final Victim,” Staub.

Also, “The Kill,” Brennan; “The Lavender Field,” Baker; “The Trophy Wife,” Gray; “The Wyoming Kid,” MaComber; “Three Times a Charm,” Stone.


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