New Children’s Materials August 24, 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:

“Read With Me”

“Hello Birds, What Do You Say?” by Loes Botman

“The Ring O’Roses Treasury: Nursery Rhymes and Stories” by L. Leslie Brooke

“Goodnight, Little One” by Margaret Wise Brown

“SpongeBob SquarePants: Party Time” by John Cabell

“A Bubble” by Genevieve Castree

“Potty Time!" By Caroline Church

“Be a Star, Wonder Woman!” Michael Dahl

“Please, No More Nuts!” by Jonathan Fenske

“Anne’s Colors” by Kelly Hill

“Ruby in Ruins” by Shirley Hughes

“The Dangerous Journey” by Tove Jansson

“The Goblins of Knottingham: A History of Challah” by Zoe Klein

“The Ugly Vegetables” by Grace Lin

“Touch-and-Feel 1,2,3” by Jonathan Litton

“The Brilliant Deep: Rebuilding the World’s Coral Reefs” by Kate Messner

“Guess Who, Mickey!” by Matt Mitler

“Counting on Community” by Innosanto Nagara

“Time for School, Mouse!” by Laura Numeroff

“What Do You Do With a Chance?” by Kobi Yamada


CHAPTER BOOKS:

Cam Jansen: The Case of the Stolen Corn Popper” by David Adler

Cam Jansen: The Mystery at the Monkey House” by David Adler

Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Babe Ruth Baseball” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Carnival Prize” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Circus Clown” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Dinosaur Bones” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of Flight 54” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Gold Coins” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Monster Movie” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Television Dog” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds” by David Adler

“Cam Jansen: The Mystery of the U.F.O.” by David Adler

“World War II Pilots: An Interactive History Adventure” by Michael Burgan

“The Last Firehawk: The Crystal Caverns” by Katrina Charman

“The Last Firehawk: The Whispering Oak” by Katrina Charman

“Al Capone Throws a Curve” by Gennifer Choldenko

“Batman: Five Riddles for Robin” by Michael Dahl

“Can You Survive Extreme Mountain Climbing? An Interactive Survival Adventure” by Matt Doeden

“Jupiter Storm” by Marti Dumas

“Press Here!: Super Rabbit Boy Blasts Off! By Thomas Flintham

“Moana: The Junior Novelization: by Suzanne Francis

“Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess” by Shari Green

“The Night Diary” by Veera Hiranandani

“Hades and the Underworld: An Interactive Mythological Adventure” by Blake Hoena

“Mars Exploration Rovers: An Interactive Space Exploration Adventure” by Steve Kartenkamp

“At Battle in World War I: An Interactive Battlefield Adventure” by Allison Lassieur

“The Catacombs of Chaos: A Lottie Lipton Adventure” by Dan Metcalf

“The Book of Boy” by Catherine Murdock

“Detective Nosegoode and the Museum Robbery” by Marian Orton

“At Battle in the Revolutionary War: An Interactive Battlefield Adventure” by Elizabeth Raum

“A Problematic Paradox” by Eliot Sappingfield

“Next Top Villain” by Suzanne Selfors

“Wedgie and Gizmo” by Suzanne Selfors

“Wedgie and Gizmo vs. The Toof” by Suzanne Selfors

“The Class Election From the Black Lagoon” by Mike Thaler

“The Class Trip From the Black Lagoon” by Mike Thaler

“The Science Fair From the Black Lagoon” by Mike Thaler

“The Talent Show From the Black Lagoon” by Mike Thaler

“Lea and Camila” by Lisa Yee


GRAPHIC NOVELS:

“Smash 2: Fearless” by Chris Bolton

“Witch Part III: A Crisis on Both Worlds vol.1” by Elisabeth Gnone

“Witch Part III: A Crisis on Both Worlds vol. 2” by Elisabeth Gnone

“Witch Part III: A Crisis on Both Worlds vol. 3” by Elisabeth Gnone

“Fruit Ninja Frenzy Force” by Half Brick Studios

“Astrid Lindgrins Pippi. The Strangest in the World” by Astrid Lindgren


NONFICTION:

“Amazing Animals” by Courtney Acampora

“Saving Endangered Animals” by Louella Bath

“The Truth About Bears” by Maxwell Eaton III

“The Truth About Dolphins” by Maxwell Eaton III

“The Truth About Hippos” by Maxwell Eaton III

“Explorer Bugs!” by Nick Forshaw

“Trains” by Maggie Fischer

“Java for Kids (and Grown-ups)” by Nadia Garcia

“Building in Minecraft” by Josh Gregory

“Combat in Minecraft” by Josh Gregory

“Enchanting and Potions in Minecraft” by Josh Gregory

“My United States: Michigan” by Josh Gregory

“Boats: Fast and Slow” by Iris Volant

“Balanced and Barefoot: How Unrestricted Outdoor Play Makes for Strong, Confident and Capable Children” by Angela Hanscom

“South Carolina: What’s So Great About This State?” by Kate Jerome

“Virginia: What’s so Great About This State?” by Kate Jerome

“Solving Sleep Problems in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders” by Terry Katz

“Ramadan: The Holy Month of Fasting” by Autism Khan

“Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom: Survival Guide” by David Lewman

“Sensational Kids” by Lucy Miller

“Minecraft: Guide to Exploration” by Stephanie Milton

“Scientists in the Field: The Hyena Scientist” by Sy Montgomery

“How to Teach Life Skills to Kids with Autism or Asperger’s” by Jennifer Myers

“The Kids Guide to Denver, Boulder & Colorado’s Ski Country” by Eileen Ogintz

“Kids Can Do It! I Can Build a Fort!” by Ruth Owen

“Passover: Festival of Freedom” by Monique Polak

“The Kingfisher Illustrated Horse and Pony Encyclopedia” by Sandy Ransford

“Genetic Engineering and Developments in Biotechnology” by Anne Rooney

“Helping Your Child With Extreme Picky Eating” by Katja Rowell

“How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature” by Scott Sampson

“Our Great States: What’s Great About Maryland?” by Anita Yasuda


BIOGRAPHIES:

“You Should Meet Jesse Owens” by Laurie Chalkhaven

“American Gothic: The Life of Grant Wood” by Leslie Wood


DVDS:

“Duck Tales vol. 1”

“Early Man”

“The Greatest Showman”

“Lego Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis”

“Nature Cats: Onward & Pondward”

“Paddington 2”

“Pinkamagine It!”

Posted: to Athol Library News on Fri, Aug 24, 2018
Updated: Fri, Aug 24, 2018

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