New Children’s Materials July 19, 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:


“Global Baby Bedtimes” by Maya Aimera

“Besos For Baby” by Jen Arena

“Pokemon: Making the Band” by Maira Barbo

“Chuck and Woodchuck” by Cece Bell

“Hazelnut Days” by Emmanuel Boudier

“Opposites” by Sandra Boynton

“If You’re a Robot and You Know It” by David Carter

“Maybe Mother Goose” by Esme Codell

“Run Wild” by David Covell

“Getting the Giggles: A First Joke Book” by Bronwen Davies

“Pete the Cat’s Groovy Bake Sale” by James Dean

“Baby’s First Words” by Christiane Engel

“A Pig, A Fox, and Stinky Socks” by Jonathan Fenske

“A House That Once Was” by Julie Fogliano

“Lucia the Luchadora” by Cynthia Garza

“Be Still, Live” by Ohara Hale

“Homemade Love” By Bell Hooks

“Whale in a Fishbowl by Troy Howell

“Move!” by Steve Jenkins

“Drawn Together” by Minh Le

“Pie is For Sharing” by Stephanie Ledyard

“Buzz Said the Bee” by Wendy Lewison

“Silly Milly” by Wendy Lewison

“Clara and Clem in Outer Space” by Ethan Long

“Jinx and the Doom Fight Crime” by Lisa Mantchev

“The Sandcastle That Lola Built” by Megan Maynor

“Snails are Just my Speed” by Kevin McCloskey

“Night Out” by Daniel Miyares

“Here Comes Mother Goose” by Iona Opie

“One, Two, Three, Mother Goose” by Iona Opie

“Summer Supper” by Rubin Pfeffer

“How to Babysit a Grandma” by Jean Reagan

“We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” by Michael Rosen

“Emerson is a Mighty Girl” by Meredith Rusu

“Splat the Cat Takes the Cake” by Rob Scotton

“Pirates Don’t Take Baths” by John Segal

“Miss Muffet or What Came After” by Marilyn Singer

“Global Babies” by Karen Su

“Mommy’s Khimar” by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow

“With My Daddy” by Jo Witek

“Saturday is Swimming Day” by Hyewon Yum

“A Lullaby of Summer Things” by Natalie Ziarnik


“Where the Watermelons Grow” by Cindy Baldwin

“Ada Lace, On the Case” by Emily Calandrelli

“Ada Lace Sees Red” by Emily Calandrelli

“Ada Lace, Take Me to Your Leader” by Emily Calandrelli

“Wonder Woman: The Fruit of All Evil” by Philip Crawford

“Superman: Last Son of Krypton” by Michael Dahl

“Batman: Cat Woman’s Halloween Heist” by Eric Fein

“The Throne of Zeus” by Deborah Goodman

“Batman: Poison Ivy’s Deadly Garden” by Blake Hoena

“Whats His Face” by Gordon Korman

“Superman: Meteor of Doom” by Paul Kupperberg

“The Flash: Wrath of the Weather Wizard” by Donald Lemke

“A Lottie Lipton Adventure: The Curse of the Cairo Cat” by Dan Metcalf

“A Lottie Lipton Adventure: The Eagle of Rome” by Dan Metcalf

“A Lottie Lipton Adventure: The Egyptian Enchantment” by Dan Metcalf

“A Lottie Lipton Adventure: The Scroll of Alexandria” by Dan Metcalf

“Lily’s Mountain” by Hannah Moderow

“The Orphan Band of Springdale” by Anne Nesbet

“Secret Sisters of the Salty Sea” by Lynne Rae Perkins

“Framed” by James Ponti

“Raffie on the Run” by Jacqueline Resnick

“Wonder Woman: Attack of the Cheetah” by Mason Schoening


“Akissi: Tales of Mischief” by Abouet and Sapin

“Evil Emperor Pengin Strikes Back!” by Laura Anderson

“Anne of Green Gables: A Graphic Novel” by Marian Marsden

“Tom’s Midnight Garden” by Philippa Pearace

“Big Nate: Silent but Deadly” by Lincoln Peirce

“The City on the Other Side” by Mairghread Scott

“The Cardboard Kingdom” by Chad Sell


“Fly Guy Presents Police Officers” by Tedd Arnold

“Star Wars Character Encyclopedia Updated and Expanded” by Simon Beecroft

“Spacesuits” by James Buckley

“Beaver Steals Fire” by Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes

“Bonkers About Beetles” by Owen Davey

“Animal Homes” by Shira Evans

“Look at Me!” by Steve Jenkins

“The Star-Spangled Banner” by Nancy Lambert

“Scary Plants” by Janet Lawler

“Jungle Animals” by Deborah Lock

“Otis and Will Discover the Deep: The Record-Setting Dive of the Bathysphere by Barb Rosenstock

“American Girl: Around the World Cookboo” by Williams Sonoma

“Women Athletes Who Rule!” by Sports Illustrated

“Exploring Black Holes” by Laura Waxman

“No Bones” by Karen Romano Young


“Emma Watson” by Petrice Custance


“Sherlock Gnomes”