Thursday, April 13, 2006

New Juvenile Picture Books!

Juvenile Picture Books:

Amstutz, Andre. The Shopping Expedition. Candlewick Press, 2005. J E Ams
Illustrated by Allan Ahlberg, this is an exciting story about an extraordinary trip to the grocery store!

Anderson, Derek. Gladys Goes Out to Lunch. Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2005. J E And
Follow Gladys the Gorilla as she tries to find the food that smells a lot like her favorite--bananas!

Butler, John. Ten in the Den. Peachtree, 2005. J E But
Little Mouse and his cuddly friends take turns rolling down the hill in this very cute picture book.

Chbosky, Stacy. Who Owns the Sun? Landmark Editions, 1988. J E Chb
An inspiring story written and illustrated by Miss Chbosky when she was fourteen years old.

Crimi, Carolyn. Henry and the Buccaneer Bunnies. Candlewick Press, 2005. J E Cri
Pirate bunnies find out why books are so important in this humorous story illustrated by John Manders.

DiPucchio, Kelly. Mrs. McBloom, Clean Up Your Classroom! Hyperion Books for Children, 2005. J E DiP
Mrs. McBloom has fifty years worth of stuff in her classroom and it is time to retire? How will her room get cleaned?! Illustrated by Guy Francis.

Dunbar, Joyce. Shoe Baby. Candlewick Press, 2005. J E Dun
Follow along with baby's adventures all taken in a shoe. Illustrated by Polly Dunbar.

Grambling, Lois G. T.Rex Trick-or-Treats. Katherine Tegen Books, 2005. J E Gra
T.Rex needs a scary costume! What will he dress up as for Halloween? Find out in this creative story illustrated by Jack E. Davis

Greene, Stephanie. Moose Crossing. Marshall Cavendish Children, 2005. J E Gre
Moose finds out all about the upsides and downsides to fame in this title, illustrated by Joe Mathieu.

Hawkinson, Cheryl. The Snowbelly Family of Chillyville Inn. Hallmark, 2005. J E Haw
Celebrate the holidays with the Snowbelly family in this title, illustrated by Mike Esberg.

Juster, Norton. The Hello, Goodbye Window. Michael Di Capua Books, 2005. J E Jus
The 2006 Caldecott Award winner illustrated by Chris Raschka tells about Nonny and Poppy's magical kitchen window!

Kahl, Virginia. The Duchess Bakes a Cake. Purple House Press, 1955, 1983. J E Kah
Find out what happens when the Duchess does not take the cook's advice on how to bake a delicious cake!

Keep, Richard. A Thump from Upstairs. Peachtree, 2005. J E Kee
Mr. Boo and Max are startled by noises upstairs in this spooky story.

Kuskin, Karla. So, What's it Like to be a Cat? Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2005.
J E Kus
Find out all about cat behavior in this interview with--a cat! Illustrations by Betsy Lewin.

MacDonald, Suse, ad. Edward Lear's A Was Once an Apple Pie. Orchard Books, 2005.
J E Mac
This is a beautifully illustrated rendition of an alphabet rhyme!

Palatini, Margie. The Three Silly Billies. Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2005.
J E Pal (2 copies)
All your favorite fairytale characters have to get past the troll in this hilarious title.

Paxton, Tom. Going to the Zoo. Morrow Junior Books, 1996. J E Pax
A funny song about a zoo visit with charming ilustrations by Karen Lee Schmidt.

Polacco, Patricia. Emma Kate. Philomel, 2005. J E Pol
Someone has an imaginary friend! Find out who in this lovely story.

Primarius Corporation. Jack and the Beanstalk. JMBP, 2005. J E Pri
A traditional fairy tale adapted by "The Apprentice's" Primarius Corporation and illustrated by Paul Meisel.

Robertson, M.P. The Dragon Snatcher. Dial Books for Young Readers, 2005.
J E Rob (2 copies)
Join George on his adventure with dragons and a wizard!

Sweet, Melissa. Carmine: A Little More Red. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2005. J E Swe
A retelling of the classic "Little Red Riding Hood" tale with a modern and alphabet twist!

Walsh, Ellen Stoll. Mouse Count. Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1991. J E Wal
Will the snake have a tasty mouse dinner? Or will one-two-three-four-five-six-seven-eight-nine-ten mice outwit the hungry snake?

Yolen, Jane and Mark Teague. How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food? The Blue Sky Press, 2005. J E Yol
Find out whether or not dinosaurs are rude eaters in this funny interpretation of our prehistoric friends!

Come check out one of these excellent titles today!

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