PARIS – New books acquired by the Hamlin Memorial Library for July have been announced:

Adult fiction

“There’s Something about St. Tropez,” Elizabeth Adler; “Hot Pursuit,” Suzanne Brockmann; “Rain Gods,” James Lee Burke; “The Moon Looked Down,” Dorothy Garlock; “Burn,” Linda Howard; “Storm Cycle,” Iris and Roy Johansen; “Black Hills,” Nora Roberts.

Adult nonfiction

“Excuses Begone!,” Dr. Wayne W. Dyer; “Resilience,” Elizabeth Edwards; “American Lion,” Jon Meacham; “Twentieth-Century New England Land Conservation,” edited by Charles H.W. Foster; “Renegade,” Richard Wolffe.

Audio books on CD

“The Help,” Kathryn Stockett.

Young adult

“The Hunger Games,” Suzanne Collins; “Love, Aubrey,” Suzanne LeFleur; “Daniel X: Watch the Skies,” James Patterson.

Juvenile fiction

“Night Wings,” Joseph Bruchac; “Mercy Watson: Something Wonky This Way Comes,” Kate DiCamillo; “The Importance of Wings,” Robin Friedman; “A Good Night for Ghosts,” Mary Pope Osborne; “When You Reach Me,” Rebecca Stead; “Someone Named Eva,” Joan M. Wolf.

Picture books

“Billy Twitters and his Blue Whale Problem,” Mac Barnett; “Magic Box,” Katie Cleminson; “It’s Picture Day Today!,” Megan McDonald; “Fancy Nancy Tea Parties,” Jane O’Connor; “Finding Susie,” Sandra Day O’Connor; “Whoo! Whoo! Goes the Train,” Anne Rockwell; “Yes Day,” Amy Krouse Rosenthal; “Pumpkin Baby,” Jane Yolen; “Raising Readers: Five Stories for Maine Children.”


“Coraline”; “Planet Earth – the Complete BBC Series”; “Thomas and Friends: Percy and the Bandstand”; “Watchmen.”

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