New in the Bangor Public Library
October 12th, 2017 to October 18th, 2017
From scratch by Gail Anderson; The Paris architect by Charles Belfoure; Eden by Jeanne Blasberg; The stolen marriage by Diane Chamerlain; The heart answers; To love a stranger by Colleen Coble; Enigma by Catherine Coulter; The city of mirrors by Justin Cronin; Killing season by Faye Kellerman; Irish born by Nora Roberts; Sourdough by Robin Sloan; Fairytale; The duchess by Danielle Steel; Baroness; Duchess; Heiress by Susan May Warren; The dark at the end by F. Paul Wilson; Lilac Lane by Sherryl Woods.
Adult Non Fiction
Thomas Jefferson by Natalie Bober; Grant by Ron Chernow; What happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton; What stands in a storm by Kim Cross; Lindbergh vs Roosevelt by James Duffy; Anxious for nothing by Max Lucado; My beloved world by Sonia Sotomayor.
Large Print Fiction
Midnight Bayou by Nora Roberts.
Young Adult Fiction
The language of thorns by Leigh Bardugo; The life of glass by Jillian Cantor; Michael Very by Richard Paul Evans; Turtles all the way down by John Green; Palace of stone; Princess Academy; The forgotten sisters by Shannon Hale; Never say die by Anthony Horowitz; All the crooked saints by Maggie Stiefvater.
Attack of the paper bats by Michael Dahl; Mr. Lemoncellos great library race by Chris Grabenstein; Miss Tracy is spacey by Dan Gutman; Darkseid and the fires of apokolips; Injustice gang and the deadly nightshade by Derek Fridolfs; Starro and the cyberspore by Brandon Snider; Showing off; Sticks and stones; Upside down magic by Sarah Mlynowski.
Kisses for kindergarten by Macky Pamintuan; The book no one ever read by Cornelia Funke; Someone like me by Brenda Maclachlan; Chicken or egg by Brenda Miles; Beautiful hands; Draw the line; Two; Zero by Kathryn Otoshi; The 12 days of Christmas by Greg Pizzoli; Life by Cynthia Rylant; Your pal Mo Willems presents Sam, the most scaredy cat kid in the whole world by Mo Willems.
Easy Non Fiction
Eclipses; Northern lights; Rainbows; Shooting stars by Martha Rustad; Night creepers by Linda Stanek.