Thursday, July 13, 2006

More New Juvenile Books for July...

Juvenile Non-Fiction:

Eisbruch, Emily. Curious Kids' Activity Guide to Michigan. First Page Publications, 2005.
J 917.74 Eis
Full of facts, puzzles and attractions of the great state of Michigan!

Juvenile Picture Books:

Chen, Chih-Yuan. On My Way to Buy Eggs. Kane/Miller Book Publishers, 2003.
J E Che
Join Shau-yu as she experiences the world on her way to the grocer.
Winner of the Hsin Yi Picture Book Award in 1997 (an award for high quality Chinese picture books for children.)

Daly, Niki. Where's Jamela? Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2004.
J E Dal
Will Jamela accept her mother's decision to move to a new house? Find out in this cheerful title.

Ellis, Sarah. Next Stop! Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2000.
J E Ell
Illustrations by Ruth Ohi
Claire knows all the stops on the bus route--find out why in this book!

Gay, Marie-Louise. Stella: Queen of the Snow. A Groundwood Book, 2005.
J E Gay
Get ready for winter with this whimsical story.

Germein, Katrina. Big Rain Coming. Clarion Books, 1999.
J E Ger
Illustrations by Bronwyn Bancroft
Find out how long it takes the "big rain" to come!

Gregory, Nan. Amber Waiting. Red Deer Press, 2002.
J E Gre
Illustrations by Kady MacDonald Denton
Find out what Amber likes and does not like about kindergarten.

Khan, Rukhsana. Silly Chicken. Viking, 2005.
J E Kha
Illustrations by Yunmee Kyong
Does Rani's mom love their chicken more than her own daughter?

Lehman, Barbara. Museum Trip. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2006.
J E Leh
Get lost in this museum adventure!

Lester, Alison. Ernie Dances to the Didgeridoo. Houghton Mifflin Company, 2001.
J E Les
Join Ernie on a journey to Aboriginal Australia!

Ljungkvist, Laura. Follow the Line. Viking, 2006.
J E Lju
Enjoy the art and all the questions posed in this unique picture book!

McBratney, Sam. I Love it When You Smile. HarperCollins Publishers, 2005.
Illustrated by Charles Fuge
Will anything get grumpy little Roo to smile today?!

Prats, Joan de Deu. Sebastian's Roller Skates. Kane/Miller Book Publishers, 2005.
J E Pra
Illustrations by Francesc Rovira.
Sebastian learns much more than how to roller skate in this inspiring title!

Schaefer, Carole Lexa. The Biggest Soap. Melanie Kroupa Books, 2004.
J E Sch
Illustrated by Stacey Dressen-McQueen
Kessy has to overcome many obstacles in his rush to get his mama the biggest soap for laundry day.

Smith, Lane. John, Paul, George and Ben. Hyperion Books for Children, 2006.
J E Smi
This title also includes Tom (Jefferson) and tells about five of the United States' founding fathers. Do not miss out on the "True or False" section at the end of the book!

Stanley, Sanna. Monkey for Sale. Frances Foster Books, 2002.
J E Sta
Get caught up in the bustle of a market in the Congo!

Varon, Sara. Chicken and Cat. Scholastic Press, 2006.
J E Var
Join two friends, Chicken and Cat, on their adventures throughout the city.

Webb, Steve. Tanka Tanka Skunk! Orchard Books, 2003.
J E Web
Feel the beat of this animal-tastic tale!

Wood, Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. God in the Creation Kitchen. Candlewick Press, 2006.
J E Woo
Illustrated by Timothy Basil Ering
See what is cooking in the "Creation Kitchen" and why Mrs. God did not speak to Mr. God for a thousand years!

Woodson, Jacquline. Visiting Day. Scholastic Press, 2002.
J E Woo
Illustrated by James E. Ransome
See the goodness of the power of love in this heartfelt story of a young girl who only gets to see her Daddy once a month.

Juvenile Beginner Books:

Kimmelman, Leslie. In the Doghouse. Holiday House, 2006.
J Beg Kim
Illustrated by True Kelley
Will Emma and her dog, Bo, remain best friends after he eats her popsicle?!

Parish, Herman. Amelia Bedelia: Under Construction. Greenwillow Books, 2006.
J Beg Par
Illustrated by Lynn Sweat.
Can anyone make sense of Amelia Bedelia? Find out in this latest adventure.

Ruelle, Karen Gray. Dear Tooth Fairy. Holiday House, 2006.
J Beg Rue
Will the Tooth Fairy make it through thunderstorms to give Emily her reward for her first lost tooth?!

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