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August 1, 2019



Summer Reading may be over but it was a huge success! Tons of educational fun was had this year from our Thermodynamic Thursdays to our very first field trip to the Planetarium. We have a great community of young readers who earned a bunch of prizes during this year’s summer program. Great work everyone!

New Arrivals!

K-3

Space (non-fiction) by Nick Pierce, Take out Bin Laden! (non-fiction) by John Perritano, A Terrorist Goes Down! (non-fiction) by John Perritano, How Do Cats Purr? (non-fiction) by Nancy Furstinger, How Many Kisses? By Delphine Chedru, Cowboys! Rough and Rowdy Riders by Kelly Doudna, There was an Old Astronaut who swallowed the Moon by Lucille Colandro.

Strap into your seat and put on your helmet: it’s time to blast off into space! Kids will love using the die-cut handles in this novelty board book to control the rocket ship and steer around things like asteroids and black holes while exploring outer space in Rocket Ship Adventure! (board book) by Stanley Strickland.

Gus’s big sisters are far too busy nowadays to worry about what he gets up to stuck at home. They’d never guess that he has a school of his very own… Gus Goes to School by Kate Petty.

The Wishing Stone by Steve Smallman is the Story of Armadillo, who wants to have friends, but is very shy. What happens when Mouse makes a wish? Will armadillo keep pretending to be a stone?

Bear is waiting for a star to fall because he wants to make a wish. Can he catch the star? Will Bear’s with come true? Find out in Heidi and Daniel Howarth’s story How to Catch a Falling Star.

Juvenile

Yoga for Kids (non-fiction) by Susannah Hoffman, Pranks to Play at School (non-fiction) by Megan Cooley Petersen, Pranks to Play on Your Brothers and Sisters (non-fiction) by Megan Cooley Petersen.

 
 

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