Category Archives: New Children Books

Wonder Walkers

by Micah Archer

When two curious kids embark on a “wonder walk,” they let their imaginations soar as they look at the world in a whole new light.  

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War and Millie McGonigle

by Karen Cushman

The Newberry Award-winning author of Catherine, Called Birdy and The Midwife’s Apprentice tells a heartfelt and humorous story of WWII on the homefront. 

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Regina Is Not A Little Dinosaur

by Andrea Zuill

When Regina’s mother heads off to hunt, she tells her little dinosaur: stay in the nest and be mama’s good little carnivore.  But just who is she calling little?  Regina is big!  And she has all the tools to hunt herself.  And so Regina sets off on her first real hunt. 

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The Rock From The Sky

by John Klassen

Turtle really likes standing in his favorite spot.  He likes it so much that he asks his friend Armadillo to come over and stand in it, too.  But now that Armadillo is standing in that spot, he has a bad feeling about it…

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The Octopus Excapes

by Maile Meloy

The octopus is happy in his undersea cave until one day, a diver captures him and takes him to live in an aquarium.  The humans give him food and tests that look like toys.  But every day is the same, and the octopus soon tires of captive life.  And so, under the cover of darkness, he makes his daring escape…

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Carpenter’s Helper

by Sybil Rosen & Camille Garoche

Join a girl as she helps a mama and papa bird build a nest in her bathroom, hatch their eggs, and teach their babies to fly away. 

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Drawn Across Borders

by George Butler

From a celebrated documentary artist, twelve portraits from the front lines of migration form an intimate record of why people leave behind the places they call home. 

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