Tuesday, April 28, 2009
New Books For May
Human Body - Explore the human body with lights, sound, and movement.
Ghost Eats It All! - This cutie pie ghost is sure to delight young readers with his naughty antics. Ghost wants to eat it all! Ghost eats an apple. Ghost eats an egg. Ghost eats ice cream. Ghost eats pizza. But Monster is hungry too! Find out what happens to Ghost and Monster in this hilarious story. Ghost Eats It All is written and illustrated in full color. Competitively priced, this book is the perfect gift for Halloween.
My First Counting Book - My First Counting Book will teach your child how to count to 10 by using many different animals.
Step Inside Pirates - Colorful three dimensional pictures highlight this introduction to famous pirates and their world.
The Berenstain Bears Get Their Kicks - When Brother and Sister try out for soccer teams, Papa is at first disappointed that they do not want to play baseball, but he changes his mind when he sees them practice.
Over The Hedge: The Essential Guide - A guide to the DreamWorks movie in which forest animals wake from their winter hibernation to find that suburbia has arrived in their little part of the forest.
My Day - Junior Asparagus shares how to trust your day to the One who is powerful and loving enough to help you through this day and guide you through the next. Sing along with Junior on the accompanying CD and learn the blessings of building a relationship with God through prayer.
Alphabeep - Describes a vehicle or street sign for every letter of the alphabet from Ambulance to Zamboni.
Five Little Monkeys With Nothing To Do - Five little monkeys are bored, but their mother has them clean up the house for Aunt Bessie's visit.
The Story of Jesus - Simple text and illustrations tell the story of Jesus from birth to death.
Thomas Breaks a Promise - When Thomas the Tank Engine goes to a carnival instead of checking all the warning signals on the new branch line and then lies about it, his friend Percy nearly derails.
Bible Heroes - Learn about heroes in the Bible: Adam, Noah, Joseph, Miriam, Moses, Joshua, Samson, Deborah, David, Solomon, Elijah, Esther, Daniel, and Jonah.
Thomas & Friends: Railway Rhymes - A fun collection of more than 30 original poems featuring 35 different friends from the Island of Sodor. Travel all over the island, at all times of year in this wonderful first book of poems with the Thomas touch.
Biscuit's Show and Share Day - When it's show and share day at school, the little girl has to find a special object to bring to class, but it is Biscuit that comes up with the perfect answer. Includes six pages of Biscuit-related activities with an answer key at the back of the book.
My Shining Star - Rosemary Wells shares ten proven principles sure to help any child succeed in school and in life. These principles (Listening, Honesty, Patience, etc.) guide parents to build a home that's harmonious and supportive, fostering self-esteem and good habits in children. The message is timely and direct -- and absolutely essential for every family and every classroom.
The Berenstain Bears and the Trouble With Commercials - Brother and Sister Bear keep asking for all of the toys they see on TV commercials.
Some other new books this month include: Popcorn, Our Hero Scamp, Go Thomas Go!, Treasury of Stories by Beatrix Potter, Disney's Anytime Stories Collection, Monsters, Inc., The Lion King 1 1/2, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Dinosaur, Mickey and the Beanstalk, Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too, Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Pooh's Grand Adventure, Piglet's Big Movie, Tarzan, The Jungle Book 2, Treasure Planet, Winnie the Pooh and the Windy Day, Toy Story 2, The Tigger Movie, the Emperor's New Groove, A House for Mouse, Let's Jump In!, and Eloise's Pirate Adventure.
A collection of Beatrix Potter stories is also available: The Tale of Tom Kitten, The Tale of Two Bad Mice, The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin, The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse, The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, The Tale of Mrs. Tittlemouse, The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher, and The Tailor of Glouchester.
Posted by Children's Department at 6:32 PM