Picture Books - September 7, 2014
1.The Day The Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt. Problems arise when Duncan's crayons revolt.
2.Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site, by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld. Trucks at sunset.
3.Press Here, by Hervé Tullet. A dance of color.
4.Pete The Cat: Rocking In My School Shoes, by Eric Litwin. Pete discovers the library and other cool places.
5.Pete The Cat: I Love My White Shoes, by Eric Litwin. Well-shod Pete has rainbows on his feet.
6.Dragons Love Tacos, by Adam Rubin. What to serve your dragon-guests.
7.Rosie Revere, Engineer, by Andrea Beaty. A young inventor learns to fail better.
8.Pete The Cat And The New Guy, by Kimberly Dean and James Dean. Pete and his new friend, Gus the platypus, search for an activity they can do together.
9.The Pigeon Needs A Bath!, by Mo Willems. A filthy bird is persuaded to bathe.
10.My New Friend Is So Fun!, by Mo Willems. Gerald must deal with the fact that Piggie has a new pal.
Childrens Middle Grade - September 7, 2014
1.Percy Jackson's Greek Gods, by Rick Riordan. The title hero offers a personal tour of the pantheon.
2.Wonder, by R. J. Palacio. A boy with a facial deformity enters a mainstream school.
3.Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Return Of The Padawan, by Jeffrey Brown. A boy begins his second year of training.
4.The Care And Keeping Of You 1, by Valorie Schaefer. The changing body.
5.A Long Walk To Water, by Linda Sue Park. A Sudanese tale of survival.
6.The One And Only Ivan, by Katherine Applegate. A gorilla living in a mall meets an elephant.
7.Escape From Mr. Lemoncello's Library, by Chris Grabenstein. A group is locked in a futuristic library.
8.Frozen, by RH Disney. The junior novelization of the movie, based on “The Snow Queen.”
9.Out Of My Mind, by Sharon M. Draper. A brilliant girl with cerebral palsy longs for a way to speak.
10.Frank Einstein And The Antimatter Motor, by Jon Scieszka. A boy tries to win a science prize to save his grandfather's fix-it shop.