WATERFORD — New books in the Waterford Library in March are announced as follows:


“Beneath the Lion’s Gaze,” Maaza Menguste; “Breaking Out of Bedlam,” Leslie Larson; “Conspirata,” Robert Harris; “The Double Agent,” W.E.B. Griffin; “The Elegance of the Hedgehog,” Muriel Barbery; “The Endless Forest,” Sara Donati; “The Evolution of Shadows,” Jason Quinn Malott.

Also, “Eye of the Raven: A Mystery of Colonial America,” Elliot Pattison; “The Financial Lives of the Poets,” Jess Walter; “Ford County,” John Grisham; “The Friday Night Knitting Club,” Kate Jacobs; “A Friend of the Family,” Lauren Grodstein; “The Good Earth,” Pearl Buck; “A Good Fall,” Ha Jin.

Also, “Knit Two,” Kate Jacobs; “Knit the Season,” Kate Jacobs; “La’s Orchestra Saves the World,” Alexander McCall Smith; “Lacuna,” Barbara Kingsolver; “The Man from Beijing,” Henning Mankell; “New York: The Novel,” Edward Rutherford; “Noah’s Compass,” Ann Tyler; “Not My Daughter,” Barbara Delinsky.

“Novels 1930-1935: As I Lay Dying, Sanctuary, Light in August, Pylon,” William Faulkner; “Ordinary Thunderstorms,” William Boyd; “Poodle Springs,” Raymond Chandler; “Remarkable Creatures,” Tracy Chevalier; “Shadow Tag,” Louise Erdrich; “Sizzle,” Julia Garwood.

“The Swan Thieves,” Elizabeth Kostova; “Treasure Hunt,” John Lescroart; “U is for Undertow,” Sue Grafton; “Union Atlantic,” Adam Haslett; “Wolf Hall,” Hilary Mantell; “The Wrecker,” Clive Cussler.


“Abigail Adams,” Woody Holton; “Nathan Hale,” M. William Phelps; “Stones into Schools,” Greg Mortenson; “Vincent Andrew Hartgen,” Carl Little.

Children and young adults

“Airhead,” Meg Cabot; “All the World,” Liz Scanlon; “The Big Fat Cow That Goes Kapow,” Andy Griffiths; “Billy and Milly, Short and Silly,” Eve B. Feldman; “Camille McPhee Fell Under the Bus,” Kristen Tracy; “Can You Find It,” Judith Cressy; “Can You Find It, Too,” Judith Cressy.

Also, “Charles and Emma,” Deborah Herligman; “Circus Ship,” Chris Van Dusen; “Explore Colonial America,” Verna Fisher; “Down, Down, Down,” Steve Jenkins; “Eye Count,” Linda Bourke; “Half-Minute Horrors,” Susan Rich; “Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11,” Brian Floca.

Also, “Giant Book of the Horse”; “Here Comes Jack Frost,” Kazuno Kohara; “The House in the Night,” Susan Marie Swanson; “The Lion and the Mouse,” Jerry Pinkney; “Marcelo in the Real World,” Francisco Stork; “Mirror, Mirror: A Book of Reversible Verse,” Marilyn Singer; “Nana Cracks the Case,” Kathleen Lane.

Also, “No Easy Way: The Story of Ted Williams,” Fred Bowen; “Persepolis,” Marjane Satrapi; “Savvy,” Ingrid Law; “Science Wizardry for Kids,” Margaret Kenda; “Vast Fields of Ordinary,” Nick Byrd; “War Games,” Audrey Couloumbis; “Who Stole Grandma’s Million-Dollar Pie,” Martha Freeman; “Yummy: Eight Favorite Fairy Tales,” Lucy Cousins.

The library is open to all residents of Waterford. Hours are from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday, 3 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

A homebound delivery program is available. Books will be delivered to residents who are unable to travel to the library. A volunteer will deliver books to participants approximately every three weeks, and books will be renewable by telephoning either the library or the volunteer. To sign up for the program, residents may call the library at 583-2050.