Category Archives: New Children Books

Snail and Worm Again

 by Tina Kugler

In this sequel to Snail and Worm, the dynamic duo are back for more fun and giggles in three new comic shorts brimming with quirky humor and unflappable friendship.

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A Boy Called Bat

 by Elana K. Arnold

One of the few books for any age that seeks to accurately, sensitively, and convincingly portray a character on the autism spectrum, this book centers the child’s experience in the narrative.

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Cody and the Rules of Life

 by Tricia Springstubb

Doing the Right thing can be hard! When prized possessions start going missing, Cody gets a crash course in the most important rules of all–the rules of life.

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The Year of the Garden

 by Andrea Cheng

When Anna is gifted with a copy of The Secret Graden, it inspires her to follow her dreams–maybe she can plant ivy and purple crocuses and the birds will come.

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Kate Warne: Pinkerton Detective

 by Marissa Moss

Kate Warne was America’s first woman detective.  Warne proved that women could be tough, clever, patient, and resourceful–all traits essential to a Pinkerton detective.

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Hello Universe

 by Erin Entrada Kelly

Told from four intertwining points of view–two boys and two girls–this novel celebrates bravery, being different, and finding your inner bayani (hero).

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Armstrong & Charlie

 by Steven B. Frank

Charlie isn’t looking forward to sixth grade.  If he starts sixth grade, chances are he’ll finish it.  And when he does, he’ll grow older than the brother he recently lost.

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