Picture Books - March 16, 2014
1.The Day The Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt. Duncan's crayons revolt.
2.Locomotive, by Brian Floca. A family’s 1869 journey across America on the newly completed transcontinental railroad.
3.Journey, by Aaron Becker. A lonely girl draws a red door on her bedroom wall and enters an imaginary world.
4.Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site, by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld. Trucks at sunset.
5.What Does The Fox Say?, by Ylvis. A mysterious sound deep in the woods; based on the YouTube video.
6.Press Here, by Hervé Tullet. A dance of color.
7.Pete The Cat: I Love My White Shoes, by Eric Litwin. Well-shod Pete has rainbows on his feet.
8.Dragons Love Tacos, by Adam Rubin. What to serve your dragon-guests.
9.Steam Train, Dream Train, by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld. Animal workers load freight.
10.Rosie Revere, Engineer, by Andrea Beaty. A young inventor learns to fail better.
Childrens Middle Grade - March 16, 2014
1.Frozen, by RH Disney. The junior novelization of the movie, loosely based on “The Snow Queen.”
2.Wonder, by R. J. Palacio. A boy with a facial deformity enters a mainstream school.
3.Lego, The Lego Movie, by Kate Howard. A junior novel retelling of the film.
4.Rush Revere And The Brave Pilgrims, by Rush Limbaugh. A time traveler lands on the Mayflower.
5.Timmy Failure, Now Look What You've Done, by Stephan Pastis. A grade schooler tries to become the best detective of his generation.
6.Flora And Ulysses, by Kate DiCamillo. A rodent with unusual powers.
7.The Care And Keeping Of You 1, by Valorie Schaefer. The changing body.
8.The One And Only Ivan, by Katherine Applegate. A gorilla who lives in a mall meets an elephant.
9.Timmy Failure, by Stephan Pastis. An 11-year-old runs a detective agency.
10.A Long Walk To Water, by Linda Sue Park. A Sudanese tale of survival.