New Children’s Materials January 8, 2019

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:


“The Wall in the Middle of the Book” by Jon Agee

“The Dam” by David Almond

“Detective Paw of the Law: The Case of the Piggy’s Bank” by Dosh Archer

“Detective Paw of the Law: The Case of the Stolen Drumsticks” by Dosh Archer

“Square” by Mac Barnett

“Groundhog’s Runaway Shadow” by David Biedrzycki

“Pig and Goose and the First Day of Spring” by Rebecca Bond

“Bowwow Powwow” by Brenda Child

“Stumpkin” by Lucy Cummins

“It’s Raining, It’s Pouring” by Christine Davenier

“Corduroy Takes a Bow” by Viola Davies

“Zola’s Elephant” by Randall deSteve

“Chirri and Chirra: In the Tall Grass” by Kaya Doi

“Chirri and Chirra: The Snowy Day” by Kaya Doe

“Animalphabet” by Julia Donaldson

“Goodnight Sandman” by Daniela Drescher

“A Hat for Mrs. Goldman” by Michelle Edwards

“Buddy and Earl Meet the Neighbors” by Maureen Fergus

“The Matchbox Diary” by Paul Fleischman

“Mother Ghost: Nursery Rhymes for Little Monsters” by Rachel Kolar

“I’ve Loved You Since Forever” by Hoda Koth

“Mika: The Bear Who Didn’t Want to Sleep” by Erik Kriek

“Bringing Asha Home” by Uma Krishnaswami

“Barkus” by Patricia MacLachlan

“Barkus: Dog Dreams” by Patricia MacLachlan

“Moo Dog” by David Milgrim

“See Pip Flap” by David Milgrim

“See Zip Zap” by David Milgrim

“The Skull Alphabet Book” by Jerry Pallotta

“We Belong Together” by Todd Parr

“Hello, Mister Cold: Tales From the Hidden Valley” by Carles Porta

“Hungry Bunny” by Claudia Rueda

“Me and My Fear” by Francesca Sanna

“Madam President” by Lane Smith

“A Time to Wean” by Marlene Susan

“When the Cousins Came” by Katie Yamasaki

“A New Friend for Sparkle” by Amy Young


“A Dreadful Fairy Book” by Jon Etter

“What’s Up Chuck” by Leo Landry

Non Fiction:

“Drawn From Nature” by Helen Ahpornsiri

“First Fire: A Cherokee Folktale” by Nancy Allen

“The First Strawberries” by Joseph Bruchac

“Dog” by Juliet Clutton-Brock

“Eye Spy: Wild Ways Animals See the World” by Guillaume Duprat

“Everest” by Sangma Francis

“Raise the Flag” by Clive Gifford

“Bold and Brave: Ten Heroes Who Won Women the Right to Vote” by Kirsten Gillibrand

“The Nerf Blaster Modification Guide” by Luke Goodman

“The Skies Above My Eyes” by Charlotte Guillan

“Wild Buildings and Bridges” by Etta Kaner

“Art and How it Works” by Ann Kay

“A Year Full of Stories: 52 Folktales and Legends From Around the World” by Angela McAllister

“Collage Workshop for Kids” by Shannon Merenstein

“The People Shall Continue” by Simon Ortiz

“Stretch to the Sun” by Carrie Pearson

“Beans to Chocolate” by Sarah Ridley

“The Flag We Love” by Ram Munoz Ryan

“Every Month is a New Year” by Marilyn Singer

“Sportopedia” by Adam Skinner

“We Are Grateful: Otsaligeliga” by Tracey Sorell

“Pass Go and Collect $200: The Real Story of How Monopoly Was Invented” by Tanya Stone

“The Coin Counting Book” by Rozanne Williams


“When Angels Sing: The Story of Rock Legend Carlos Santana” by Michael Mahin

“Eliza: The Story of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton” by Margaret McNamara

“Spring After Spring: How Rachel Carson Inspired the Environmental Movement” by Stephanie Sisson


“From the Puppet Mouth” by Anna Sobel