Happy new year from Pathfinder Library

BALDWIN -- The staff and board members of the Pathfinder Community Library would like to wish everyone a happy new year.

Stop by the library and check out these new titles added to the collection this week.

Book of the week

"The Innocents" by Michael Crummey (fiction). A brother and sister are orphaned in an isolated cove on Newfoundland's northern coastline.

Their home is a stretch of rocky shore governed by the feral ocean, by a relentless pendulum of abundance and murderous scarcity. Still children with only the barest notion of the outside world, they have nothing but the family's boat and the little knowledge passed on haphazardly by their mother and father to keep them.

"The Innocents" is richly imagined and compulsively readable, a riveting story of hardship and survival, and an unflinching exploration of the bond between brother and sister.

By turns electrifying and heartbreaking, it is a testament to the bounty and barbarity of the world, to the wonders and strangeness of our individual selves.

New in paperback

"The Stalking" by Heather Graham, "Abandoned" by Allison Brennan, "You Don't Own Me" by Mary Clark Higgins, "The Testament" by John Grisham, "Wild Card" by Stuart Woods, "The Summoning" by Heather Graham, "Come Sundown" by Nora Roberts, "Dark Sacred Night" by Michael Connelly, "Texas Born" by Diana Palmer, "Deja Vu" by Fern Michaels, "Call Me Irresistible" by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, "Arizona Wild" by Linda Lael Miller, "Colorado Cowboy" by Sara Richardson, "Hunt Her Down" by Roxanne St. Claire, "Finding Forever" by Nora Roberts, "Tempted by Scandal" by Karen Booth, "True Blue & Carrera's Bride" by Diana Palmer.

New DVDs

"The House With a Clock in the Walls," "Dirty John," "The Peanut Butter Falcon," "The Invention of Lying," "Homegrown," "Take Shelter," "Memento."

New nonfiction

"Keto Diet: Your 30-Day Plan to Lose Weight, Balance Hormones, Boost Brain Health, and Reverse Disease" by Dr. Josh Axe, "The Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature's Great Connectors" by David George Haskell, "The Faithful Hunter" by Joseph Bruchac, "Cook Japanese" by Masaru Doig.