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  1. The Mouse with the Question Mark Tail (2013)

    The Mouse with the Question Mark Tail


    “Every time a human walks out of a room, something with more feet walks in.” While this might not be comforting to most people, it is a fact of life in this fantastical Victorian world, created by the award-winning author Richard Peck, where human events are often mirrored in, or perhaps mirror, what happens in the mouse kingdom.

  2. Kenta and the Big Wave (2013)

    Kenta and the Big Wave

     

    When the sirens sounded, Kenta ran to high ground and found his family, but his beloved soccer ball bounced and rolled away. When the water died down, Kenta and his family began rebuilding their lives. They searched for objects the ocean had snatched away. They found some, but they did not find the soccer ball.

  3. It's Not Yours, It's Mine! (2013)

    It's Not Yours, It's Mine

     

    In this book about sharing, Blieka loves her new, red ball and doesn’t want anyone else to use it. Soon this fear takes over her days and she cannot go anywhere without bringing her toy. One day the ball deflates.  Blieka’s friends help her re-inflate it and she begins to understand the importance of sharing. It is still hard to do, but her persistence is rewarded when others begin to share their toys as well.

     

  4. Windblown (2013)

    Windblown

     

    In this fanciful tale, tiny scraps of paper in various shapes and colors become animals. Each animal claims the shapes belong to them. The chicken, “saw them lying around!” The fish “cut the paper into pieces.” Each animal has a good reason for believing the paper belongs to them, but just then the wind blows the paper over to you. It just might be that the shapes of paper really belong to you. What will you make out of them?

     

  5. The Mad Potter: George E. Ohr, Eccentric Genius (2013)

    The Mad Potter : George E Ohr, Eccentric Genius

     

     

     This biography, a Sibert Honor recipient, introduces readers to a little known, but unforgettable artist.

  6. My Name is Blessing

    My Name is Blessing

     

    Born with two fingers on his right hand and none on his left, his mother named him Muthini, which means suffering. He lives with his Grandmother and eight of his cousins. There are cruel taunts from the villagers and never enough food, but his Grandmother, his Nyanya, loves him very much. Still, nine is too many when food is scarce and Muthini is the youngest. So, one day, his Grandmother takes him to a school to see if there is a place for him there.

  7. Fortunately, the Milk

    Fortunately, the Milk

     

      Milk is good for me. I know this and I try to drink it once in awhile, but I can’t say that I really enjoy it.   The only time I find milk indispensable is when I am eating breakfast cereal. Once, being out of milk, I tried water. In case you were wondering, water is not a good substitute for milk on cereal.

  8. Ah ha!

    Ah ha!

     

    A frog peacefully resting on a rock exhales, “AAHH!” His rest is interrupted by a boy with a jar who captures him gleefully exclaiming, “Ah Ha!” An excited puppy paws the jar, and the frog flies out yelling, “AAHH!” Creating expressive dialogue by rearranging only two letters, this story cleverly conveys the emotions of a frog and the creatures he encounters as he hops out of the frying pan and into the fire time and time again.

  9. Tap the Magic Tree

    Tap the Magic Tree

     

    This interactive picture book is nothing but fun from beginning to end.

  10. The Flame of Olympus

    The Flame of Olympus

     

    Home alone during a fierce thunderstorm; Emily hears a loud thud on the roof of her top-floor Manhattan apartment. Bravely investigating, she finds a badly wounded Pegasus and learns not only that Olympus is real, but that something terrible has been happening there. Enlisting the help of surly schoolmate Joel, Emily tries desperately to keep Pegasus a secret and still get him the help he needs to heal.

  11. Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great (2013)

    Unicorn Thinks He's Pretty Great

     

     

    By the author of Dinosaur vs. Bedtime and I’m a Shark, Unicorn Thinks He’s Pretty Great is a hilarious and insightful look at friendship.

  12. Never Too Young for Jane Austen!

     

     Part of the BabyLit® series, these adorable board books are fun for Austen fans of all ages.

    Pride and Prejudice

  13. My Dad Thinks He’s Funny

    My Dad Thinks He's Funny
    Saturday is Dadurday
    Everyone Can Learn to Ride a Bicycle
    Giddy-Up Daddy!
    Just Like My Papa
    Baby Barbells the Dad’s Guide to Fitness and Fathering
    Daddy Loves Me

     

    Father’s Day may be over, but dads are still awesome. Check out these fun picture books about (and for) fathers.

  14. Cheesie Mack is Cool in a Duel

    Cheesie Mack is Cool in a Duel

     

    Just in time for summer, Cheesie Mack and his best friend Georgie are back. If you haven’t read Cheesie Mack is Not a Genius or Anything, you should, but it doesn’t have to stop you from reading this book because Cheesie fills you in on all the important details right at the beginning.

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