Children

Juvenile Fiction

September 26, 2017

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH A PROBLEM? by Kobi Yamada. Illustrated by Mae Besom. Problems can be lessons in disguise.

SHE PERSISTED by Chelsea Clinton. Illustrated by Alexandra Boiger. Bringing to life 13 American women who changed the world.

DRAGONS LOVE TACOS,  by Adam Rubin. Illustrated by Daniel Salmieri. What to serve your dragon-guests.

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH AN IDEA?  by Kobi Yamada. Illustrated by Mae Besom. Giving an idea room to grow.

THE WONDERFUL THINGS YOU WILL BEby Emily Winfield Martin. A celebration of future possibilities.

ROSIE REVERE, ENGINEER, by Andrea Beaty. Illustrated by David Roberts. A young inventor learns to fail better.

SAM, THE MOST SCAREDY-CAT KID IN THE WHOLE WORLD by Mo Willems. Two scaredy-cat kids with monsters meet.

THE DAY THE CRAYONS QUITby Drew Daywalt. Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.  Problems arise when Duncan’s crayons revolt.

BIG WORDS FOR LITTLE GENIUSES by Susan and James Patterson. Illustrated by Hsinping Pan. An A to Z of funny words for children.

COME WITH ME,  by Holly M. McGhee. Illustrated by Pascal Lemaitre. A little girl discovers her role in the world.

NOTE: Titles in green are available for check-out,by clicking on the title it will bring you to our Online Catalog, were you could place an hold on that bookThis list was taken from the New York Times Bestseller List)