PARIS – The Paris Public Library added the following nonfiction books to its collection in October:

Tanya Altmann, “The Wonder Years: Helping Your Baby and Young Child;” John Ashcroft, “Never Again;” Bill Bryson, “Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid;” Wes Burgess, “The Bipolar Handbook;” Thomas Cahill, “Mysteries of the Middle Ages;” Deepak Chopra, “Life After Death;” Joe Cornish, “How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes;” Stephen M.R. Covey, “The Speed of Trust: the One Thing that Changes Everything.”

Also, Richard Dawkins, “The God Delusion;” Karen DeYoung, “Soldier: the Life Colin Powell;” Lou Dobbs, “War on the Middle Class;” Wayne Dyer, “Being in Balance;” Sandra Edelman, “What Not to Build: Architectural Options;” Elizabeth Edwards, “Saving Graces: Finding Solace in Strength;” Monique El-Faizy, “God and Country;” Jeff Foxworthy, “Jeff Foxworthy’s Redneck Dictionary 2.”

Also, Al Gore, “An Inconvenient Truth;” John Grisham, “Innocent Man;” Mark Halperin, “The Way to Win: Taking the White House in 2008;” Sam Harris, “Letter to a Christian Nation;” Hazel Harrison, “Pastel School;” Godfrey Hodgson, “A Great and Godly Adventure: The Pilgrims and the Myth of the First Thanksgiving;” Lou Holtz, “Wins, Losses, and Lessons;” James Hornfischer, “Ship of Ghosts: the Story of the USS Houston.”

Also, Michael Isikoff, “Hubris;” Ken Jennings, “Brainiac;” Jonathan Kirsch, “A History of the End of the World;” Erik Larson, “Thunderstruck;” Frank Lawlis, “The IQ Answer;” Rob McCall, “A Small Misty Mountain: the Awanadojo Almanac;” Robin McGraw, “Inside My Heart;” Dan Mendelsohn, “Lost: the Search for 6 of 6 Million;” Joyce Meyer, “The Confident Woman;” Wendy Northcutt, “The Darwin Awards 4: Intelligent Design;” Bill O’Reilly, “Culture Warrior.”

Also, Rachael Ray, “2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals;” Ruth Reichl, “The Gourmet Cookbook;” Jolene L. Roehlkepartain, “Parenting Preshoolers with a Purpose;” Michael Roizen, “You on a Diet;” Amy Sedaris, “I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence;” Hampton Sides, “Blood and Thunder: An Epic of the American West;” Marc Siegel, “The Bird Flu;” Stephen Slavin, “All the Math You’ll ever Need.”

Also, Evan Thomas, “Sea of Thunder: Four Commanders and the Last Great Naval Campaign;” Ian Toll, “Six Frigates: the Epic History of the Founding of the United States Navy;” Colin Tudge, “Tree: a Natural History;” Chip Walter, “Thumbs, Toes and Tears and Other Traits that Makes Us Human.”

Also, Peter Woit, “Not Even Wrong: The Failure of String Theory;” Gordon S. Wood, “Revolutionary Characters: What Made the Founding Fathers Different;” Bob Woodward, “State of Denial;” “King Arthur Whole Grain Baking:” “Our Bodies, Ourselves -Menopause;” “Prevention’s the Sugar Solution.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 742-6994 or e-mail [email protected] Home delivery is available.

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