PARIS — The list of new books at the Hamlin Library for June has been announced as follows: 

Adult fiction

“The Scarecrow,” Michael Connelly; “Knock Out,” Catherine Coulter; “Roadside Crosses,” Jeffery Deaver; “Finger Lickin’ Fifteen,” Janet Evanovich; “The Neighbor,” Lisa Gardner; “A Rogue of My Own,” Johanna Lindsey; “The Forgotten Garden,” Kate Morton; “Netherland,” Joseph O’Neill; “Heartless,” Diana Palmer; “Swimsuit,” James Patterson; “Picture Perfect,” Jodi Picoult; “The Doomsday Key,” James Rollins; “Shanghai Girls,” Lisa See; “Matters of the Heart,” Danielle Steel; “The Apostle,” Brad Thor. 

Adult nonfiction

“Losing Mum and Pup,” Christopher Buckley; “Thoroughly Modern Milkshakes,” Adam Ried; “Horse Soldiers,” Doug Stanton. 

Audio books on CD

“Finger Lickin’ Fifteen,” Janet Evanovich. 

Young adult

“Little Brother,” Cory Doctorow; “The Sorcerer of the North,” John Flanagan; “Oath Breaker,” Michelle Paver; “The Sorceress,” Michael Scott. 

Juvenile fiction

“The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate,” Jacqueline Kelly; “Where the Mountain Meets the Moon,” Grace Lin; “Jade the Disco Fairy,” Daisy Meadows; “Jessica the Jazz Fairy,” Daisy Meadows; “Tasha the Tap Dance Fairy,” Daisy Meadows; “Beyond the Grave,” Jude Watson. 

Picture books

“A Child’s Garden,” Michael Foreman; “Cromwell Dixon’s Sky-Cycle,” John Abbott Nez; “Moon Rabbit,” Natalie Russell; “Red Sings from Treetops,” Joyce Sidman; “Alex and Lulu,” Lorena Siminovich. 

DVDs

“Gran Torino”; “John Adams”; “Thomas and the Special Letter.”


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