Category Archives: New Children Books

How We Got to Now

 by Steven Johnson

Did you drink a glass of water today?  Did you turn on a light?  Did you think about how miraculous either one of those things is when you did it?  Of course not..but you should, and New York times bestselling author Steven Johnson has.

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Bigfoot Files

 by Lindsay Eager

When skeptic Miranda joins her flighty cryptozoologist mom on a hunt to track Bigfoot, she has one goal:  use science to prove that the mythical creature doesn’t exist.

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Mistletoe Murder

 by Robin Stevens

Daisy and Hazel are spending the holidays in Cambridge, England.  But danger lurks in the dark stairwells of ancient Maudin College and two days before Christmas, there is a terrible accident–or is it a murder?

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The Rough Patch

 by Brian Lies

A breathtakingly beautiful and luminescent book about loss and grief, love and hope, and the healing power of friendship and nature.

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Santa Bruce

 by Ryan T. Higgins

Bruce is a lot of things.  He is a bear.  He is a grump.  He is a pretty decent cook.  And he is a mother.  One thing Bruce is not?  Santa Claus.  But that doesn’t stop the whole forest from lining up to give him their Christmas wishes when he becomes the victim of mistake identity-again.

 

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Good Rosie

 by Kate Dicamillo

Beloved storyteller Kate Dicamillo and cartoonist Harry Bliss introduces some delightfully doggy days in a warm, funny tale of a timid pup who needs a friend.

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Big Foot and Little Foot

 byEllen Potter

Hugo is a young Sasquatch who longs for adventure.  Boone is a young boy who longs to see a Sasquatch.  When their worlds collide, they become the unlikeliest pair of best friends.

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Eleanor Roosevelt’s in My Garage

 by Candace Fleming

In this hilarious follow-up to BEN FRANKLIN’S IN MY BATHROOM!, history and hijinks collide once more when Eleanor Roosevelt accidentally time travels to a ten-year-old’s home in 21st-century America!

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A Long Line of Cakes

 by Deborah Wiles

Emma Lane Cake has five brothers, four dogs, and a family that can’t stay put.  The Cake family travels from place to place, setting up bakeries in communities that need them.  Then, just when Emma feels settled in with new friends…they move again.  Now the Cakes have come to Aurora County, and Emma has vowed that this time she is NOT going to get attached to ANYONE or ANYTHING.  Why bother, if her father’s only going to uproot her again?

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