The Insomniacs by Karina Wolf and illust. by The Brothers Hilts
Mrs. Insomniac gets a new job, and the whole family moves 12 time zones away. Adjusting to the time change is a bit rough because the Insomniacs are wide awake at night. And no matter what they do, they just can't keep their eyes open during the day. With some help from their nocturnal friends, the Insomniacs find that there's a whole world waiting for them...out in the dark. Perfect for bedtime sharing.
Working Mummies by Joan Horton and illust. by Drazen Kozjan
Celebrating all the hardworking mommies who also happen to be, well, mummies! Ideal not only for Halloween reading, but for all-year-round!
Llama Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney
Llama Llama loves his toys, but doesn't want to let Nellie Gnu play with them. Time for Mama to help Llama Llama discover the fun of sharing. Fans of Llama Llama and his mother will love this new installment of the adored series.
Mossy by Jan Brett
Readers will revel in Jan Brett's beautiful new book about a unique turtle named Mossy, and the special garden on her back.
Eggs 123: Who Will The Babies Be? By Janet Halfmann and illust. by Betsy Thompson
Peek behind the pages to discover which creatures (and how many of them) will hatch from the different types of eggs showcased in this darling book.
Olive and the Big Secret by Tor Freeman
Molly tells Olive a secret; Olive shares it with Joe. Pretty soon, everyone knows Olive's secret. What will happen next? A fun, but informative tale about friendship and trust.
House Held Up By Trees by Ted Kooser and illust. by Jon Klassen
In this lovely story about a house and its evolution through the ages, readers experience the passage of time and the powerful forces of nature. Haunting illustrations by acclaimed illustrator Klassen, combined with U.S. Poet Laureate (2004-2006) Kooser's lyrical text make this book a veritable treasure. Recommended for all ages.
Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seas by Molly Bang and Penny Chisholm
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Filled with lush artwork by Molly Bang, and chock-full of easy-to-understand information about photosynthesis and the ocean (thanks to MIT professor of ecology, Penny Chisholm), this book is sure to be a hit with budding marine biologists and oceanographers!
Hope Solo: My Story by Hope Solo
The story of Hope Solo, Olympic gold medalist and starting goalkeeper of the U.S. women's national soccer team, will inspire young athletes.
Tracing Stars by Erin E. Moulton
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Indie Lee Chickory is into fish and her pet lobster Monty. Because no one else likes fish as much as she does, Indie has a hard time making friends. Though she struggles to fit in, Indie finally discovers friendship with the new kid, Owen. But when the other kids, including her sister, Bebe, make it clear that Owen isn't one of them, Indie is faced with a difficult choice.
Gold Medal Summer by Donna Freitas
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Joey Jordan's life is all about gymnastics and trying to accomplish the ultimate goal: winning the gold. But life changes prompt a shake-up on the gym floor - can Joey convince her strict coach that it's time to try something new? Will Joey's summer end up being gold after all?