Bachelder Library New Acquisitions, February

By Janet Moore

Adult Fiction
The Anomaly, Herve Le Tellier
Beneficence, Meredith Hall
Dead by Dawn, Paul Doiron
An Elderly Lady Is Up To No Good, Helene Tursten
An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed, Helene Tursten
Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone, Diane Gabaldon
God Rest Ye, Royal Gentlemen, Rhys Bowen
Great Circle, Maggie Shipstead
Hell of a Book, Jason Mott
The Joy and Light Bus Company, Alexander McCall Smith
Mercy, David Baldacci

Adult Nonfiction
The Chancellor: The Remarkable Odyssey of Angela Merkel, Kati Marton
Crying in H Mart, Michelle Zauner
Deep Presence: 13,000 Years of Native American History, Robert G. Goodby
Nature’s Best Hope, Douglas W. Tallamy
Organic Gardening (Not Just) in the Northeast: A Hands-On Month-By-Month Guide, Henry Homeyer
The Salt Path: A Memoir, Raynor Winn
The Stars: A New Way to See Them, H. A. Rey
There is Nothing For You Here, Fiona Hill
Wild Silence: A Memoir,  Raynor Winn

Middle Grade/Young Adult
The Beatryce Prophecy, Kate DiCamillo
Gone to the Woods: Surviving a Lost Childhood, Gary Paulsen
Himawari House, Harmony Becker
The Okay Witch, Emma Steinkellner
The Okay Witch and the Hungry Shadows, Emma Steinkellner

Children’s Books
Darling Baby, Maira Kalman
Fluffy McWhiskers, Stephen W. Martin
The Guinea Pig ABC, Kate Duke
Have You Seen Gordon, Adam Jay Epstein
Make Meatballs Sing: The Life and Art of Corita Kent, Matthew Burgess
The Mermaid, Jan Brett
The Three Snow Bears, Jan Brett
This Little Baby, Tony Bradman and Jenny Williams
Ten Cats Have Hats, Jean Marzollo
Wonky Donkey’s Big Surprise, Craig Smith