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

Agatston, “The South Beach Diet Heart Program;” Angelou, “Celebrations;” Armstrong, “Muhammad: a Prophet for Our Time;” Barnard, “Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program of Reversing Diabetes;” Bernstein, “Digging for the Truth;” Bonds, “Stealing the General;” Bradley, “Rodale’s Vegetable Garden Problem-Solver.”

Also, Brantley, “The Cure: Heal Your Body, Save Your Life;” Brinkley, “Gerald R. Ford;” Browne, “Father God;” Byrne, “The Secret;” Buchwald, “Too Soon to Say Goodbye;” Cameron, “Finding Water: the Art of Perseverance;” Carter, “Palestine: Peace, Not Apartheid;” Charan, “The Know-How: The Eight Skills.”

Also, Cheever, “American Bloomsbury;” Cilley, “Body Clutter;” Clark, “Anzio;” Cohen, “Love in Black and White;” Cramer, “Jim Cramer’s Mad Money;” Cunningham, “The Reverse Diet;” D’Souza, “The Enemy at Home;” Davenport, “The Complete Book of International Adoption.”

Also, De Botton, “The Architecture of Happiness;” Doucy, “The Mr. and Mrs. Happy Handbook;” Ehrenreich, “Dancing in the Streets: a History of Collective Joy;” Elkind, “The Power of Play;” Esquith, “Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire;” Fearne, “The Latest Answers to the Oldest Questions.”

Also,Fernandez-Armes, “Pathfinders: a Global History of Exploration;” Fletcher, “Weight Loss Confidential;” Flynn, “The Edge of Disaster;” Frayn, “The Human Touch: Our Part in the Creation of a Universe;” Gabler, “Walt Disney;” Gilbert, “Eat, Pray, Love;” Goldsmith, “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There;” Gottman, “And Baby Makes Three.”

Also, Greenburg, “Supreme Conflict;” Greene, “The Best Life Diet;” Guiliano, “French Women for All Seasons;” Heath, “Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive;” Hooper, “Dark Cosmos;” Hubbell, “Good Fences: a Pictorial History of New England’s Stone Walls;” Kagan, “Dangerous Nation.”

Also, Lacey, “Great Tales of English History III;” Lance, “Triple Cross;” Lane Fox, “The Classical World;” Lauer, “Bartlett’s Words for Your Wedding;” Lopez, “Home Ground;” Louv, “Last Child in the Woods;” Lynch, “Catching the Big Fish;” Macmillan, “Nixon and Mao;” Margonelli, “Oil on the Brain.”

Also, McAuliffe, “What a Party;” Moalem, “Survival of the Sickest;” Mortenson, “Three Cups of Tea;” Myss, “Entering the Castle: An Inner Path to God;” Nader, “17 Traditions;” Null, “Gary Null’s Power Foods;” Obama, “The Audacity of Hope;” Obama, “Dreams from My Father;” O’Rourke, “On the Wealth of Nations.”

Also, Osborne, “Civilization: a New History of the Western World;” Pahl, “Citizen Powered Energy Handbook;” Perricones, “Dr. Perricone’s Seven Secrets to Beauty;” Perry, “The Boy Who was Raised as a Dog;” Poitier, “Measure of a Man;” Pond, “You Can Do It: The Boomer’s Guide to a Great Retirement;” Randall, “Warped Passages.”

Also, Ray, “Classic 30-Minute Meals;” Rubin, “Great Physicians Rx for Women’s Health;” Sagan, “Varieties of Scientific Experience;” Schefft, “Better Single than Sorry;” Sclar, “Auto Repair for Dummies;” Smith, “The Utility of Force;” Somers, “Ageless;” Steyn, “America Alone;” Summerall, “Summerall: On and Off the Air.”

Also, Swanson, “Lincoln’s Assassins;” Tammet, “Born on a Clear Day;” Trump, “Why We Want You to Be Rich;” Tukey, “Organic Lawn Care Manual;” Van Creveld, “The Changing Face of War;” Walsh, “No!: Why Kids of All Ages Need to Hear It;” Washington, “A Hand to Guide Me;” Watson, “The Fiber35 Diet;” Weintraub, “Eleven Days in December: Christmas at the Bulge;” Whiteside, “The Way We Garden Now;” Wingert, “Is It Hot In Here? Or Is It Me?: The Complete Guide to Menopause.”

For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994, or e-mail [email protected] Home delivery is available. The library is open Monday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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