Picture Books - December 11, 2016
1.Give Please A Chance, by Bill O'Reilly and James Patterson. Gentle reminders of the power of the magic word.
2.Take Heart, My Child, by Ainsley Earhardt with Kathryn Cristaldi. A lyrical address to a newborn, encouraging her to seize the day.
3.The Night Before Christmas, by Clement C. Moore Various illustrators. Not a creature was stirring.
4.Ada Twist, Scientist, by Andrea Beaty. A girl emerges with a love of science.
5.The Book With No Pictures, by B. J. Novak. Silly songs and sound effects in a book without images.
6.The Wonderful Things You Will Be, by Emily Winfield Martin. A celebration of future possibilities.
7.What Do You Do With An Idea?, by Kobi Yamada. Giving an idea room to grow.
8.The Day The Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt. Problems arise when Duncan’s crayons revolt.
9.Charlie The Choo-choo, by Beryl Evans. The story of Engineer Bob and his train engine pal.
10.Dragons Love Tacos, by Adam Rubin. What to serve your dragon-guests.
Childrens Middle Grade - August 23, 2015
1.The Isle Of The Lost, by Melissa de la Cruz. Children of famous villains band together to retrieve the Dragon’s Eye; a Descendants novel.
2.Wonder, by R. J. Palacio. A boy with a facial deformity enters a mainstream school.
3.Mal's Spell Book, by . It was Maleficent’s before it was Mal’s; a Descendants book.
4.Descendants, by adapted Rico Green. A second chance for the offspring of evil; the junior novelization.
5.A Long Walk To Water, by Linda Sue Park. A Sudanese tale of survival.
6.Max, by Boaz Yakin and Sheldon Lettich. The story of a canine military hero; also a movie.
7.The Care And Keeping Of You, by Valorie Schaefer. The changing body.
8.The Princess In Black, by Shannon Hale and Dean Hale. Princess Magnolia’s alter ego.
9.Counting By 7s, by Holly Goldberg Sloan. Willow struggles to adjust after the death of her adoptive parents.
10.Jurassic World, by David Lewman. More prehistoric havoc; the junior novelization.