New Children's Titles
All our hidden gifts
by O'Donoghue, Caroline, author.
Publisher Annotation: Maeve's strangely astute tarot readings make her the talk of the school, until a classmate draws a chilling and unfamiliar card--and then disappears.
by Murray, Stuart, 1948- author.
Become an eyewitness to the American struggle for independence, from the events that sparked the war to the signing of the Constitution. This picture-led guide will take you on a visual tour through revolutionary America. Discover how American soldiers won battles against the British, plus see the muskets and cannons of the armies, learn how soldiers were drilled, and find out why Yorktown was not the end of the Revolution. Eyewitness American Revolution will bring you face-to-face with American revolutionaries including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Hancock, John Adams, and Benjamin Franklin. This museum in a book uses striking full-color photographs and illustrations of colonial weaponry, the notorious British redcoat uniform, deadly warships, the historic Declaration of Independence, and much more as well as amazing facts, infographics, statistics, and timelines to help bring this extraordinary war to life.
Who is Chloe Kim?
by Loh, Stefanie, author.
Learn about the life and career of Olympic gold medalist and legendary snowboarder Chloe Kim in the new Who HQ Now format featuring newsmakers and trending topics. At the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, Chloe Kim became the youngest woman to ever receive an Olympic gold medal in snowboarding, and she was only seventeen! This amazing accomplishment led to Chloe winning three ESPY awards, becoming the inspiration for her own Barbie doll, and gracing the cover of Sports Illustrated. She is also the only athlete to have won three gold medals at the X Games before turning sixteen. Learn about Chloe's brilliant career and her lifelong love of snowboarding in this biography for young readers.
The flames of hope
by Sutherland, Tui, 1978- author.
Publisher Annotation: Luna has always wanted to change the world -- to fix it, to free it -- even if she's never actually known how. Now that all of dragon - and humankind are in mortal danger, Luna is flying back home to Pantala with a team of dragons on a rescue mission, determined to be brave and useful. But saving a continent isn't as easy as a prophecy makes it sound, and "facing a great evil" definitely requires more than the fiery silk that Luna is uniquely able to create. As she fights her way to the abyss that hides the dark roots poisoning Pantala, Luna must uncover a long-buried secret and unite her friends, her enemies, and her own powers. If she doesn't, she won't get to change the world. She'll have to say goodbye to it -- forever.
Cat Kid comic club. On purpose
by Pilkey, Dav, 1966- author, illustrator.
Publisher Annotation: The Cat Kid Comic Club is deep in discovery in the newest graphic novel in the hilarious and heartwarming worldwide bestselling series by Dav Pilkey, the author and illustrator of Dog Man.
Quint and Dirk's hero quest
by Brallier, Max, author.
Publisher Annotation: June Del Toro went on a wild flight in a super-rad solo episode; now get ready for the dynamic duo: it's Quint and Dirk! Picking up after the events of The Last Kids on Earth and the Doomsday Race, adventure abounds as the best buddies encounter new monsters and embark on a postapocalyptic quest for the ages. You won't want to miss this essential Last Kids story that includes crucial details about the next book in the series!
Duck, duck, Dad?
by Scobie, Lorna, author, illustrator.
Ralph the dog enjoys a quiet life, but when he stumbles across an egg he unexpectedly becomes the dad to a flock of ducklings.
What the dinosaurs saw : life on earth before humans
by Burke, Fatti, author.
"A vibrant depiction of the earliest days of our universe and life on earth before humans"--
Here we come!
by Matthies, Janna, author.
A boy sets off with his flute, his stuffed bear, and a rum-pum-pum, and making his way through the town and woods, he is joined by dancing and singing children and animals, one by one.
Peanut gets fed up
by Wulfekotte, Dana, author.
"Peanut the stuffed penguin does everything with Pearl--napping and playing but also getting drooled on and dragged around. One day, Peanut has had enough. What happens when a stuffed animal ventures out on its own?"--
by Libenson, Terri, author, illustrator.
Pride. Popularity . . . Poetry? Middle school. Ruby and Mia are total opposites: Ruby is a little awkward, not a "joiner," and loves to write poetry. While Mia is type A, popular(ish), and wants to be class prez. They used to be friends. But now they have nothing in common anymore. . . . Or do they?