PARIS — The Hamlin Memorial Library is open for the season. Books checked out over the winter are due back.

The Hamlin Memorial Library is located in the original 1822 Oxford County Jail on Hannibal Hamlin Drive, South Paris. It offers adult fiction and nonfiction, children’s fiction and nonfiction, audiobooks, videos and DVDs, and local history materials. The library also supplies free wireless Internet. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. Phone 743-2980, email [email protected] or visit

The following new materials are available at the library.

Adult Fiction: The Land of Painted Caves by Jean Auel; Cold Wind by C. J. Box; I’ll Walk Alone by Mary Higgins Clark; Live Wire by Harlan Coben; The Fifth Witness by Michael Connelly; Miles to Go by Richard Paul Evans; I Still Dream About You by Fannie Flagg; Mystery by Jonathan Kellerman; Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King; The Silver Boat by Luanne Rice; Chasing Fire by Nora Roberts; Save Me by Lisa Scottoline; 44 Charles Street by Danielle Steel.

Adult Nonfiction: The Stearns Family History: From Stoke-Nayland, Great Britain, to Paris Hill, Maine by Roger Stearns; The Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 1 by Mark Twain; Christmas in Allagash: the Early Years.

Young Adult and Juvenile Fiction: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: the Ugly Truth by Jeff Kinney; A Crazy Day with Cobras by Mary Pope Osborne; The Gift by James Patterson; The 39 Clues: Vespers Rising by Rick Riodan.

Picture Books: All the World by Liz Garton Scanlon; Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad by David Soman; Raising Readers: a Treasury of Tales from Maine.

DVDs: Black Swan and Tangled.

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