New Children’s Materials May 22, 2018

Latest materials for children at the Athol Public Library!

The following new materials are available to borrow from the Children’s Room at the Athol Public Library:

PICTURE BOOKS:

“Sea Creatures” by Chorkung

“We are the Dinosaur” by Laurie Berkner

“Rhyme Crime” by Jon Burgerman

“From There to Here” by Laurel Croza

“King of the Sky” by Nicola Davies

“Albert’s Tree” by Jenni Dismond

“5-Minute Minnie Tales” by Disney

“Mickey and Minnie’s Storybook Collection” by Disney

“How are You? Como Estas?” by Angela Dominquez

“A Lion is a Lion” by Polly Dunbar

“Misunderstood Shark” by Ame Dyckman

“Ramadan (Celebrate the World)” by Hannah Eliot

“How to Code a Sandcastle” by Josh Funk

“Seb and the Sun” by Jami Gigot

“I Really Want to See You, Grandma” by Taro Gomi

“Little Truck” by Taro Gomi

“Forever or a Day” by Sarah Jacoby

“The Funeral” by Matt James

“Crescent Moons and Pointed Minarets” by Hena Khan

“Please, Baby, Please” by Spike Lee

“Black Bird, Yellow Sun” by Steve Light

“Julian is a Mermaid” by Jessica Love

“Max Explains Everything” by Stacy McAnulty

“Just In Case” by Yuyi Morales

“Alice in Wonderland” by Isabel Munoz

“Moon” by Alison Oliver

“A Very, Very Long Day” by Julia Patton

“Pignic” by Matt Phelan

“Una Pelota Para Daisy” by Chris Raschka

“Breaking News” by Sarah Reul

“Shapes All Around” by Kate Riggs

“Fox and Chick: The Party” by Sergio Ruzzier

“This Book is Red” by Beck Stanton

“Mary and the Riddle of the Sphinx” by Joe Todd-Stanton

“Masterpiece Robot and the Ferocious Valerie Knick-Knack” by Frank Tra

“People Don’t Bite People” by Lisa Wheeler


CHAPTER BOOKS:

“Princess Before Dawn” by E.D. Baker

“Serafina and the Black Cloak” by Robert Beatty

“Serafina and the Twisted Staff” by Robert Beatty

“The Penderwicks at Last” by Jeanne Birdsall

“The Bad Guys in Alien vs. Bad Guy” by Aaron Blabey

“Hurricane Child” by Kheryn Callender

“The Serpent’s Secret” by Sayantani DasGupta

“Vanderbeekers of 141st Street” by Karina Glaser

“Emily Windsnap and the Falls Of Forgotten Island” by Liz Kessler

“Positively Izzy” by Terri Libenson

“Stink: Hamlet and Cheese” by Megan MacDonald

“Tales of Sasha: The Royal Island” by Alexa Pearl

“The Burning Maze” by Rick Riordan

“Anna, Banana and the Recipe for Disaster” by Anica Rissi

“Ebb and Flow” by Heather Smith

“Lumberjanes: The Moon is Up” by Mariko Tamaki

“Amal Unbound” by Aisha Saeed


GRAPHIC NOVELS:

“Peter and Ernesto: A Tale of Two Sloths” by Graham Ananble

“CatStronauts: Robot Rescue” by Drew Brockington

“Peanut Butter and Jelly: A Narwhal and Jelly Book” by Ben Clanton

“The Complete Peanuts 1991-1992” by Charles Schulz

“5 Worlds: The Cobalt Prince” by Mark Siegel

“Gordon: Bark to the Future” by Ashley Spires

“Great Big Boom” by Judd Winick

“Waking the Monsters” by Judd Winick

“The Dragon Slayer: Folktales From Latin America” by Jaime Hernandez


NONFICTION:

“How to be a Blogger and Vlogger” by Shane Birley

“How to be a DJ” by DJ Booma

“Video Games: Design and Code Your Own Adventure” by Kathy Ceceri

“She Persisted Around the World” by Chelsea Clinton

“Song of the Wild: A First Book of Animals” by Nicola Davies

“Do Doodlebugs Doodle? Amazing Insect Facts” by Corinne Demas

“Dinosaurs: A Visual Encyclopedia” by Suefa Lee

“Write Your Own Haiku” by Patricia Donegan

“Solve This!” by Joan Galat

“The Easy Family Cookbook: The Orange One” by Nicola Gaimes

“The Ultimate Unofficial Guide to Robloxing” by Christina Majaski

“Official Guide to Legendary and Mythical Pokemon” by Pokemon

“Guide to Genealogy” by T.J. Resler

“Strong as a Mother” by Kate Rope

“The Joy of Cookies” by Sesame Street

“Global Conflict” by Louise Spilsbury

“Poverty and Hunger” by Louise Spilsbury

“Racism and Intolerance” by Louise Spilsbury

“The Gender Identity Workbook for Kids” by Kelly Storck

“Rising Seas: Flooding, Climate Change and Out New World” by Keltie Thomas

“Hidden City: Poems of Urban Wildlife” by Sarah Tuttle

“How to Code 2.0” by Elizabeth Tweedale

“The Hidden Life of a Toad” by Doug Wechsler


BIOGRAPHIES:

“Marley Dias Gets it Done and So Can You!” by Marley Dias

“Yayoi Kusama: From Here to Infinity” by Sarah Suzuki


DVDS:

“Brother Bear”

“Peter Rabbit”

“Son of Big Foot”

Posted: to Athol Library News on Tue, May 22, 2018
Updated: Tue, May 22, 2018

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