WATERFORD — The following books have been added to the Waterford Library collection during August: 

Fiction

“Anthill: A Novel,” Edward O. Wilson; “Corsair,” Clive Cussler; “Day for Night,” Frederick Reiken; “The Dead Republic,” Roddy Doyle; “Every Last One,” Anna Quindlen; “Faithful Place,” Tana French; “I Thought You Were Dead,” Pete Nelson; “Innocent,” Scott Turow; “King of the Earth,” Jon Clinch; “The Last Child,” John Hart; “The Lion,” Nelson DeMille; “The Lonely Polygamist,” Brady Udall; “The Long Song,” Andrea Levy; “The Lovers,” Vendela Vida; “The Map of True Places,” Brunonia Barry.

Also, “Parrot and Olivier in America,” Peter Carey; “The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake,” Aimee Bender; “The Poacher’s Son,” Paul Doiron; “The Pregnant Widow,” Martin Amis; “Private Life,” Jane Smiley; “The Rembrandt Affair,” Daniel Silva; “The Scent of Rain and Lightning,” Nancy Pickard; “61 Hours,” Lee Child; “Spies of the Balkans,” Alan Furst; “Star Island,” Carl Hiaasen; “A Thread of Sky,” Deanna Fei; “The Unnamed,” Joshua Ferris; “What is Left the Daughter,” Howard Norman.

Nonfiction

“Committed,” Elizabeth Gilbert; “The Complete Compost Gardening Guide,” Barbara Pleasant; “Easy Borners,” Molly Ephraums; “Field Guide to the Birds of North America”; “Nature Hikes in the White Mountains,” Robert Buchsbaum; “Summer and Fall Wildflowers of New England,” Marilyn Dwelley.

Children and young adults

“Night Lights,” Susan Gal; “The Red Pyramid,” Rick Riordan; “Theodore Boone, Kid Lawyer,” John Grisham.

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

A homebound delivery program is available for Waterford residents. Books will be delivered to residents of the town who are unable to travel to the library for any reason; this includes people with permanent or temporary disabilities or health problems. A library 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, Waterford residents may call the library at 583-2050.


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