Children

Juvenile Fiction

March 28, 2017

GOODNIGHT, GOODNIGHT, CONSTRUCTION SITE, by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld. As the sun sets, hard-working trucks get ready for bed.

MIGHTY, MIGHTY CONSTRUCTION SITE, by Sherri Dusky Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld. The vehicles do the heavy lifting and hard work needed to make a building rise.

HOW TO CATCH A LEPRECHAUN, by Adam Wallace. Illustrated by Andy Elkerton. This is the year you’ll finally catch a leprechaun.

THE WONDERFUL THINGS YOU WILL BE,  by Emily Winfield Martin. A celebration of future possibilities.

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

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

GOODNIGHT, ENGINEER, by Danica McKellar. Illustrated by Alicia Padron. Countdown to sleep, in a book that combines math and bedtime.

ADA TWIST SCIENTIST, by Andrea Beaty. Illustrated by David Roberts. A girl emerges from her crib with a love of science.

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

THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES, by B.J. Novak. Silly songs and sound effects in a book without images.

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 book  This list was taken from the New York Times Bestseller List)