After a newspaper is blown from a newsstand, where do the pages land and how are they used? Chilly da Vinci by Jarrett Rutland Dec. A penguin whose inventions never work finally builds a machine that helps him and his friends.
Sloppy the dragon takes his first bath and discovers that bathing is fun. A boy plays his drum for the newborn king.
- Europäische Integration seit 1990 (German Edition).
- The Last Shot: A Season Like No Other: 1980 Luxora Panthers High School Basketball Team;
- Das schleichende Vergessen: Informationen rund ums Thema Demenz (German Edition).
- That Sweet Enemy: A Personal View of France and the French?
Whisper of the East by Franziska Meiners Oct. Writing and singing this carol lifts the spirits of Austrian villagers during a winter food shortage. Ages up to 5.
Good Morning, Midnight by Jean Rhys
A neighborhood of critters comes together to build a house for a mouse. Twelve animals race to see who will represent the Chinese zodiac, in this bilingual English-Chinese story. Whose Bum? Angus All Aglow by Heather Smith, illus. Ages up to 8. Only children notice as a lively forest encroaches on a distracted town. The Wild Beast by Eric Walters, illus. In this folktale retelling, the Creator makes a unique beast out of leftover animal parts. Diwali Lights by Rina Singh Aug. Watson, illus. Ages 5— Talented baseball player Caspar has a great arm and a big secret: he used to live life as a girl called Cassandra.
Planet Grief by Monique Polak Sept. A group of young teens gather for Grief Camp, where they confront their feelings and try to understand how mourning affects everyone differently. In this legal thriller, Cyril uses every skill he has to find his missing mother. Howard and Cate travel through time in this inaugural title in the Golden Mask fantasy series. An elite swimmer and a talented artist face a life-altering incident that tests the limits of their love. Lost Boy by Shelley Hrdlitschka Oct. A boy is banished from his polygamous community after he is caught kissing a girl.
Ages 15— Bergeron, trans. And joining Orca Footprints is Dive In! The Mud Monster by Jonnie Wild, illus. Once all the mud is washed off the frightful Mud Monster, its true identity is revealed. How Rude! How the Borks Became by Jonathan Emmett, illus. Please, Mr. Magic Fish by Jessica Souhami Sept. Splish, Splash, Foxes Dash! Sloth at the Zoom by Helaine Becker, illus. A laid-back sloth reminds an entire zoo to slow down.
An otter sea captain scuttles his own ramshackle boat to make another unlikely ship captain feel better. Do Frogs Drink Hot Chocolate?
In this true tale of two friends who fought in WWI, one of them dies moments before the Armistice goes into effect in Who Believes What? Afterimage by Naomi Hughes Sept. A teen who is the sole survivor of an explosion that killed thousands must find the boy who caused it. Ages 14—up.
Serving time in a prison where no one remembers their crimes, Evelyn must complete seven deadly challenges to escape. Uncharted by Erin Cashman Sept. Home and Away by Candice Montgomery Oct. As a female football player of color, Tasia must stitch together a new sense of herself when she learns that her birth father is white. Ages 16—up. Ages 3— A girl inspired by a few notes of music tries to find the time to play her song.
A lonely sequoia tree is tired of living in the shadow of a bigger tree. Ages 1—4. Our New Kittens by Theo Heras, illus. Two brothers welcome and care for their adopted kittens. When his friend Bird goes missing, homebody Giraffe braves the perils of the jungle and mountains to find him. Missing Mike by Shari Green Sept. Decades after a worldwide flood, four kids and a technologically enhanced parrot set sail on a rescue mission.
Gillbert by Art Baltazar Sept. In this series launch, future king and merman Gillbert helps solve a mystery at the bottom of the ocean. New to Melowy by Cortney Faye Powell, illus.
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- La flessibilità strategica negli studi sullimprenditorialità (Economia - Ricerche) (Italian Edition).
- The Short Term Missions Handbook.
- The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Judge, by Rebecca West.
- Danny Boy/Carrickfergus.
- Archives: Articles?
Beauty Queen by Jennifer Deguzman, illus. Renata can communicate with insects and uses this power to help her family scrape together a living. In this series starter, Monica and J-Five realize that their former childhood rivalry might mean something more. Little Whale by Jo Weaver Oct. Little Whale and Gray Whale swim through coral reefs as they migrate to the cool, rich waters of the north. Am I Yours? Rowe, illus. Ebenezer collects words—only words, no sentences. Willow is a witch who only uses good magic—until she meets Hansel and Gretel.
The Snow Lion by Jim Helmore, illus. Shy Caro imagines a friendly snow lion to play with. The Bookshop Girl by Sylvia Bishop, illus. Countdown: Days to the Moon by Suzanne Slade, illus. And About Babies in the Park by Kathryn O. Galbraith, illus. Jake and his library book land in one sticky situation after another in this cumulative tale. Alligator Slim is leaving the blues in the swamp to play jazz in the city.
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Ages 3—9. This traditional pourquoi tale contains scientific information about real-life squids. Growing with Family by Steven L. Layne, illus. Tiny is back in Happy Thanksgiving, Tiny! Mo Jackson takes the field in Kick It, Mo! Adler and Sam Ricks Sept. Clarke Sept. When Chloe calls Adrian out for lying about having a horse, she learns a lesson about kindness. How do you eat pizza? A pizza slice offers some suggetions. Lucy and the String by Vanessa Roeder Aug. Hands Up! Evans Jan. Rex by Ryan North, illus. Since Sal wants to be a T. Made by Maxine by Ruth Spiro, illus. Can the wall in this book protect a young knight from the dangers of the other side of the book?
Tomorrow Is Waiting by Kiley Frank, illus. As her baby sleeps, a mother imagines everything her child will someday be. Novak Sept. This follow-up to The Book with No Pictures delivers more word power and silliness.