Saturday, February 23, 2013

Even More New Books!

 New Beginner Books
Little Critter's This is My School- Describes Little Critter's first day at school.

Monster Parade- Children dressed in monster costumes attend a community party, march in a Halloween parade, and go trick-or-treating.     

Olivia Takes A Trip- Olivia wiles away a long, tedious car trip by pretending to be on a jet to visit Grandma.

Scooby-Doo! Meet Big Foot- Is Big Foot hiding in the woods? It's another mystery for Scooby-Doo.

Scooby-Doo! Search For Scooby Snacks- When his Scooby snacks disappear from the tent during the gang's camping trip, Scooby-Doo tracks them into a bear's cave.

Scooby-Doo! and the Tank of Terrors- A ghost diver is haunting the local aquarium. Now it's up to Scooby and his friends to unmask that spooky snorkeler!

Pooh's Honey Tree- Winnie the Pooh devises a plan to fool some bees and get honey for his empty tummy.

The Great Fairy Race- In the Great Fairy Race no fairy can use her own wings or legs, and so they compete on various animals and contraptions as each tries to prove she is fastest, but all run into a mess of trouble, except Lily, who creeps along atop a snail.

A Game of Hide-and-Seek- Tinker Bell is "it" in a game of fairy hide-and-seek.

 Christmas Story
Suzy Goose and the Christmas Star- Nothing stops brave, determined Suzy Goose to get a Christmas Star for a Christmas tree.

 New Picture Books
Charley's First Night- A book about friendship, new beginnings and that indescribable measure of love that we call a dog. 

Thomas' Big Storybook- Twenty-four adventures with Thomas and his friends previously published in six separate books.

Home For A Bunny- A young bunny learns about different types of animal homes while in search of a home of it's own.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit- Peter disobeys his mother by going into Mr. McGregor's garden and almost gets caught.

Peter Cottontail Spring Surprise- Peter Cottontail is a jolly fellow who raises bantam hens. And what is peter's favorite time of year? Why, spring, of course, and Easter time! 

Infinity and Me- After the sight of a night sky filled with stars makes eight-year-old Uma feel very small, she asks people how they think about infinity and gets a variety of answers before realizing the comfort in knowing that some things go on forever.

There Was A Tree- A favorite children's song, "The Green Grass Grew All Around," becomes a colorful book filled with African wildlife.

I'm Bored- When a bored girl meets a potato who finds children tedius, she tries to prove him wrong by demonstrating all of the things they can do, from turning cartwheels to using their imaginations.

How to Get A Job By Me the Boss- A young girl describes in detail how to decide on an interesting job and then tells exactly how to go about getting it. 

Bright Lights and Starry Nights!- On a slightly scary camping trip to study stars in the night sky, Owly and Wormy make new friends.

Unspoken- In this wordless picture book, a young Southern farm girl discovers a runaway slave hiding behind the corn crib in the barn and decides to help him.

Red Kite, Blue Kite- When Tai Shan and his father, Baba, are separated during China's Cultural Revolution, they are able to stay close by greeting one another every day with flying kites until Baba, like the kites, is free.

The Herd Boy- While doing a good job of caring for his grandfather's sheep and goat on the grasslands of South Africa, young Malusi dreams of everything from owning his own dog to becoming president one day.

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