New material available at the Elkins-Randolph Public Library

The following have been added to the Elkins-Randolph County Public Library:

Juvenile fiction: “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck” by Jeff Kinney, “Sea Monster and the Bossy Fish” (Easy Book) by Kate Messner, “The Show Must Go On!” by Kate Klise, “Mountain Dog” by Margarita Engle, “Mr. Wuffles!” (E) by David Wiesner, and “Daisy Gets Lost” (E) by Chris Raschka.

Young adult: “Sent” by Margaret Peterson Haddix.

Juvenile nonfiction: “Antibiotics” by Christine Zuchora-Walske, “Police,” “Search & Rescue,” “EMT,” “Hazmat,” “SWAT,” and “Firefighter,” all by Jim Ollhoff, “Anesthetics” by Stephen Burgdorf, “Joint Replacements” by Leslie Galliker, “Organ Transplants” by Racquel Foran, “Vaccines” by Carol Hand.

Also, “Therapy Animals,” “Service Animals,” “Search-and-Rescue Animals,” “Military Animals,” “Crime-fighting Animals,” and “Acting Animals,” all by Julie Murray, “Cool Jobs for Young Entertainers: Ways to Make Money Putting on an Event,” “Cool Jobs for Young Pet Lovers: Ways to Make Money Caring for Pets,” “Cool Jobs for Yard-working Kids: Ways to Make Money Doing Yard Work,” “Cool Jobs for Handy Helpers: Ways to Make Money Doing Home Services,” “Cool Jobs for Kids Who Like Kids: Ways to Make Money Working with Children,” “Cool Jobs for Super Sales Kids: Ways to Make Money Selling Stuff,” all by Pam Scheunemann.

Also, “Odd Girl Out: the Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls” by Rachel Simmons, “Date Rape” by Jessica Wilkins, “Understanding Myself: a Kid’s Guide to Intense Emotions and Strong Feelings” by Mary C. Lamia, “Media Maniac: the Effects of Media Violence on Children” by Teddy Kelemwork, “Sex, Lies and ‘Hook-ups’: a Teen’s Guide for Fighting Back” by Sally Badgley-Raymond.

Also, “Far West: the Story of British Columbia” by Daniel Francis, “Life Skills and Success Tips: a Teen Handbook” by David Cowan, “Bullying and Students with Disabilities: Strategies and Techniques to Create a Safe Learning Environment for All” by Barry McNamara, “Teen Pregnancy and Motherhood” by Mary-Lane Kamburg, “Electing Our Leaders” by Earl McGraw,and “Volcano Rising” by Elizabeth Rusch.

Adult fiction: “Fifteen Minutes” by Karen Kingsbury, “Candlelight Christmas” by Susan Wiggs, “A Nantucket Christmas: a Novel” by Nancy Thayer, “Sense and Sensibility” by Joanna Trollope, “Accused: a Rosato & Associates Novel” by Lisa Scottoline, “The All-Girl Filling Station’s Last Reunion: a Novel” by Fannie Flagg, “Mirage” by Clive Cussler.

Also, “The Death of Santini: the Story of a Father and His Son” by Pat Conroy, “Winners: a Novel” by Danielle Steel, “The Last Original Wife: a Novel” by Dorothea Benton Frank, “Sins of the Flesh” by Colleen McCullough, “White Fire” by Douglas J. Preston and “Stella Bain: a Novel” by Anita Shreve.

Large-print fiction: “MacNamara’s Woman: a Family Secrets Novel” by Lisa Gardner.

Large-print Westerns: “Strike of the Mountain Man” by William W. Johnstone and J.A. Johnstone, “Train Hand: a Western Story” by R.W. Stone and “Red Moon” by Ralph Cotton.

Mystery: “The Scottish Play Murder” by Anne Rutherford, “Mama Gets Trashed: a Mace Bauer Mystery” by Deborah Sharp, “NightZone: a Posadas County Mystery” by Steven F. Havill, “A Place of Confinement: the Investigations of Miss Dido Kent” by Anna Dean, “Louise’s Dilemma” by Sarah R. Shaber, “Unleashed” by David Rosenfelt, “Little Black Book of Murder: a Blackbird Sisters Mystery” by Nancy Martin.

Also, “Gone in a Flash” by Susan Rogers Cooper, “Worthless Remains: a Chris Honeysett Mystery” by Peter Helton, “No Man’s Nightingale: an Inspector Wexford Novel” by Ruth Rendell, “The Minor Adjustment Beauty Salon” by Alexander McCall Smith, “After Dead: What Came Next in the World of Sookie Stackhouse” by Charlaine Harris, “A Christmas Hope” by Anne Perry, “Ghost Medicine” by Aimee and David Thurlo and “Dust” by Patricia Cornwell.

Large-print mystery: “Something Borrowed, Someone Dead: an Agatha Raisin Mystery” by M.C. Beaton and “The Bones of Paris: a Novel of Suspense” by Laurie R. King.

Nonfiction: “American Heroes on the Homefront: the Hearts of Heroes” by Oliver North, “Vanished: the Sixty-Year Search for the Missing Men of World War II” by Wil S. Hylton, “Pure Joy: the Dogs We Love” by Danielle Steel, “The Four Doors: a Guide to Joy, Freedom, and a Meaningful Life” by Richard Paul Evans, “The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of Journalism” by Doris Kearns Goodwin.

Also, “Dam Busters: the True Story of the Inventors and Airmen Who Led the Devastating Raid to Smash the German Dams in 1943” by James Holland, “Overcoming Your Parents’ Divorce: 5 Steps to a Happy Relationship” by Elisabeth Joy LaMotte, and “What Are You Hungry For? The Chopra Solution to Permanent Weight Loss, Well-being, and Lightness of Soul” by Deepak Chopra.

Reference: “The 50 States” ed. Charles F. Bahmueller.

Movies: “The Croods” (PG), “Mud” (PG-13), “Love and Honor” (PG-13), “Dark Tide” (PG-13), “Peeples” (PG-13), “After Earth” (PG-13; not recommended for young children), “The East” (PG-13), “The Colony” (Not Rated), “My Amityville Horror” (documentary, NR), “Crawlspace” (NR).

Also, “Redemption” (NR; brutal violence, language), “The Jeffrey Dahmer Files” (NR; real serial killer who butchered victims), “The Tortured” (NR; revenge, child murder), “The Frozen Ground” (R), The Hangover: Part III” (R), “The Purge” (R), “The Campaign” (R), “Empire State” (R), “Disconnect” (R), “The Stranger Within” (R), “The Heat” (R), “The Kings of Summer” (R), “Drift” (R) and “Iron Sky” (R).