Night Creepers by Linda Stanek, illus. A child who can change into any shape imaginable stars in this extended metaphor about difference and gender non-comformity. This story of eight famous ballets features musical sound buttons. A lonely wolf surrounded by animal pairs decides to find his own special someone. Odd One Out by Danielle Chaperon, illus. Clara feels left out when her best friend befriends the new girl in school.
After flying around the house for a few days, a newly hatched butterfly wants to go outdoors. Recruits by Thomas Locke introduces Renegades Nov. This bilingual photographic book reveals the ways babies and their caregivers communicate. Ages up to 2. Kids and their robot friend build a tree house in this sing-along story packaged with a musical CD. Christmas Eve by Annie Auerbach Sept. In this sleigh-shaped book, Santa prepares for his trip and takes off into the snowy night.
When two curious dinosaurs find an egg that will soon hatch, they wonder what the new arrival will look like. The Perfect Bedtime Book! Books introduces Bear Rescue: And Visual Explorers issues Aviation Oct. Judah Maccabee Goes to the Doctor: A Story for Hanukkah by Ann D. A boy scared of getting a shot finds the courage to be like a Maccabee.
Making a giant-sized challah, Big Sam digs a huge hole to use as a mixing bowl: Yom Kippur Shortstop by David A. In this tale inspired by Sandy Koufax, a boy is torn between playing baseball and attending Yom Kippur services. What happens when sheep attempt to play a game of soccer? Goodnight World by Debi Gliori Aug. Animal pals help an energetic girl make the most of every day. Princess Snowbelle by Lucy Fleming Jan.
After her friend is lost in a blizzard on the way to the ball, can Snowbelle find the magic within herself to save her? Valensteins by Ethan Long Dec. Martin Luther King Jr. Children working on a school project are inspired by the actions and example of this civil rights leader. When Henry ignores the school bell and keeps on reading, he sets off a chaotic chain reaction.
The Danger Gang and the Pirates of Borneo! After his world-traveling parents are kidnapped on his 12th birthday, Ronald heads to Borneo to rescue them. In this sequel to The Firefly Code , Mori and friends grasp the reality of their seemingly perfect community.
Ellie, Engineer by Jackson Pearce Jan. This series launch introduces a resourceful girl who builds elaborate creations in her backyard workshop. A tech-savvy boy searches for his father during tough times in this novel of family and friendship. Spy Toys by Mark Powers, illus. Lukasiak, of Dance Moms and social media fame, offers insight into her life. Reign the Earth by A. Shalia must choose between peace and her own future as an Elementae—mystical people who can control the elements. The Adventures of Caveboy Aug. Unicorn Princesses by Emily Bliss, illus.
Designed by Lucy by Courtney Sheinmel Nov. In this bilingual book, a girl personifies favorite fall things. Wake by Shawn Dougherty, illus. Awoken by his friend Owl in the quiet hours of the night, a boy ventures out to his special place in the forest. A year after someone tried to kill her and she disappeared, Jenny is determined to uncover the culprit. Brave Chef Brianna by Sam Sykes, illus. A girl detrmined to be the best chef around opens a restaurant—in a city filled with monsters.
Flashlight Night by Matt Forrest Esenwine, illus. A flashlight illuminates the nighttime world for children exploring their backyard. A family of magical performers battles an evil ringmaster who wants to steal their talents. Stolen Secrets by L. When she finds journal entries from the Holocaust, a teen suspects her grandmother might be linked to Anne Frank.
Inevitable and Only by Lisa Rosinsky Oct.
Strange and Wonderful greets Spiders! Strange and Wonderful by Laurence Pringle, illus. This survival story centers on two brothers during the record-breaking flooding of the Ohio River in Twelve Days in May: Stephens and James Henry Gooding, Civil War soldiers who were the first African-American correspondents to report from the battlefield. A man who is walking halfway across the U.
Buster and the Baby by Amy Hest, illus. A puppy and a baby play a game of chase. A speedy mouse taunts a sequence of hungry animals—until he encounters a clever cat. A shared experience brings solitary neighbors Bunny and Dog together. Torn-paper collages illustrate this book delivering a message of gratitude and connection. Aliens Get the Sniffles Too!
Stuck with Sleigh Bells (A Stuck with a Series Christmas Novella) (The Stuck with a Series Book 3) - Kindle edition by D. D. Scott, David Slegg. Download it once. Stuck with a Spell (The Stuck with a Series Book 2) - Kindle edition by D. D. Scott, David Slegg. Stuck with Sleigh Bells (A Stuck with a Series Christmas Novella) (The Stuck Cherringham - Episode 1 - 3: A Cosy Crime Series Compilation.
When Little Alien gets sick, an alien pooch helps out. Baby Goes to Market by Atinuke, illus. This tale introducing numbers stars a baby and his mama at a bustling Nigerian marketplace. A shy little ghost has trouble fitting in until his special talent comes to the fore. Elf in the House by Ammi-Joan Paquette, illus. In this follow-up to Ghost in the House , a girl searches for the source of the sound that awakens her on Christmas Eve.
Giant Pants by Mark Fearing Oct.
What happens when a giant loses his only pair of pants? What do toys do when your back is turned? One teddy throws a party. Pick a Pine Tree by Patricia Toht, illus. Red and Lulu by Matt Tavares Sept. When two loving cardinals become separated, can a Christmas miracle reunite them? Song of the Wild: Willy and the Cloud by Anthony Browne Nov. Windows by Julia Denos, illus. A boy walks his dog at dusk in this ode to autumn evenings, exploring the neighborhood, and coming home. What will hungry Cat eat when he decides that cat food is dry and dull?
This friendship tale reveals that a cozy abode and delicious food do not by themselves make a home. Gum by Nancy Willard, illus. His Royal Highness, King Baby: When an older sibling with a flair for the dramatic shares her kingdom with a newborn tyrant, can there be a happily ever after? Koala by Claire Saxby, illus. Trucks Galore by Peter Stein, illus. What happens when a mouse and a duck get swallowed by a wolf?
How Does My Home Work? This look at the inner workings of a home features retro illustrations revealing the technology behind everyday life. This companion to Tiny Creatures: The World of Microbes showcases the variety of life on Earth and the importance of preserving it.
Two Indigenous Australians portray a traditional Welcome to Country ceremony. This bespectacled explorer revisits a dozen of his travel destinations. The Nutcracker Mice by Kristin Kladstrup, illus. A young mouse must save her threatened production of The Nutcracker. Pop-up Shakespeare by the Reduced Shakespeare Co. Brave Red, Smart Frog: The Peaceful Warrior by Ed Clayton, illus.
A girl tries to solve the mystery of the pirate who kidnaps her in this adventure with a hint of steampunk. A twin must grow in unexpected ways in this story of prodigy, community, and unlikely friendship. Slider by Pete Hautman Sept. This novel ties together themes of competitive eating, family dynamics, and friendship.
A shy, fox-like foundling with only one ear and a desperate desire to belong searches for his destiny. Whistling in the Dark by Shirley Hughes Nov. Trell by Dick Lehr Sept. Being Fishkill by Ruth Lehrer Nov. A teen fends for herself, with her fists if need be, until a new friendship leads to a chance for a new start. Acting in a Greek tragedy, Zara falls for a girl working as a lighting director while deaths occur in the theater.
Landscape with Invisible Hand by M. Aliens invade a future Earth in this satire of art and truth in the midst of colonization. When boy meets girl meets alien, the angst of first love gets an extraterrestrial twist. Maisy returns in Beep, Beep, Maisy! Minibombo gains Shake the Tree! Julius Zebra reappears in Battle with the Britons! Dolls of War by Shirley Parenteau Nov. Knightology by Dugald A. Secrets of the Sea by Kate Baker, illus. Survival by Jason Quinn, illus. Victory in Death by Rik Hoskin, illus. The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel , illus.
An American girl attends an elite British equestrian school. The Big Dog Problem Sept. The Pirate Problem Sept. Can You Say It, Too?
Arrhenius, are lift-the-flap search-and-find books. The Christmas Fairy by Anne Booth, illus. A lonely princess helps the elves make toys when Santa falls ill. The Winter Fox by Timothy Knapman, illus. Can a wish upon a star help a cold, hungry, and lonely fox? A plucky jungle explorer encounters scary creatures. The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams, illus. This gift edition includes a downloadable reading by Juliet Stevenson. Sing Along with Me! And The Wacky Winter Wonderland! This 3-D look at everyday objects features juxtapositions of adjacent letters. A World of Information by Richard Platt, illus.
What might happen if you take a dragon to a restaurant? Hair-pocalypse by Geoff Herbach, illus. Aidan wonders why his angry hair is trying to ruin his life. A Different Pond by Bao Phi, illus. This tale of a fishing trip reveals a relationship between father and son—and between cultures, old and new. Forced to transfer schools, a prodigy bass player uses music as a way to fit in and make friends. Mabel uses her self-authored spy handbook to find her missing parents, who are spies, and track down a criminal. Zinnia and the Bees by Danielle Davis, illus.
Transportation introduces six titles by Mari Schuh, including Helicopters Aug. Captured History releases Exposing Hidden Worlds: Kylie Jean reigns in Cooking Queen Aug. Pedro reappears in Pedro the Great by Fran Manushkin, illus. And new Unicorn Riders by Aleesah Darlison, illus. Creature Teacher by Sam Watkins, illus. Electrigirl by Jo Cotterill, illus. Snider; and Darkseid and the Fires of Apokolips Aug. A small-time thief and an android girl ride aboard a sentient train in this sequel to Railhead.
Strange Alchemy by Gwenda Bond Aug. This book introduces young readers to the shapes and sounds of the letters of the alphabet in a jaunt through the mitten state. Goodnight Sleeping Bear by Anne Lewis, illus.
This bedtime book introduces children to the lakeshore environment of Michigan and Sleeping Bear Dunes. Ten authors contribute tales about closet-hiding monsters of various types. Desperate to capture a picture of the East Texas Bigfoot, a girl jeopardizes her friendships with family and friends.
A toddler uses her imagination to master toilet training. Two estranged Latina cousins from Los Angeles and Mexico come together and use local folk legends to solve the mystery of their long-missing relative. Amanda Travels moves on to Amanda in New Mexico: Ghosts in the Wind by Darlene Foster Oct. Is He Also a Witch?! Old MacDonald Had a Melvin the Mouth by Katherine Blanc, illus. Bertha Takes a Drive: Prehistoric Epitaphs by Jane Yolen and J.
This companion to the Last Laughs: Animal Epitaphs pays tribute to prehistoric creatures. A young falconer-in-training treks miles to find help after a car accident leaves her father trapped. Saturdays with Hitchcock by Ellen Wittlinger Oct. Seeing old movies helps Maisie as she contends with family tensions and an unexpected love triangle. Blood and Ink by Stephen Davies Sept.
Select by Marit Weisenberg Oct. Art Adventures presents Fine Art Adventures: In this bilingual story, a family learns to forgive and move forward after the shooting death of the father. Wheels at Work rolls along with City Sept. Concepts by Courtney Dicmas releases Colors Oct. Haga el tiempo que haga—Whatever the Weather by Carol Thompson, trans.
And Weregirl continues with Chimera by C. New Caillou titles are My First Words: A Carry Along Book , illus. I Can Play Piano , illus. Claus, the elves, and the reindeer get ready for the big night. Nightlight picks up Goodnight, Farm Animals! Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site: Kids mix and match the flaps to create crazy vehicles.
Herbert is scared of Halloween, so his father helps him make a tiger costume and practice his roar. Lines by Suzy Lee Sept. The lines of reality and imagination are blurred when a skater glides across the page. The author of Press Here assigns sounds to a series of dots and drawings that when read aloud create a symphony of silliness. This wordless picture book imagines the fanciful happenings that may or may not occur overnight. In this follow-up to Fowl Play , animal sleuths solve a crime using alliteration. Kids spot creatures in this seek-and-find book that can be read from front-to-back and from back-to-front.
Give Me Back My Book! In this story ceebrating reading, Redd and Bloo explore the way a book is made and accidentally become friends. Her Right Foot by Dave Eggers, illus. When Orange is left out of the poem because nothing rhymes with orange, his friends help him out. The Pomegranate Witch by Denise Doyen, illus.
Kids wage a war on the legendary neighborhood witch and reveal her secret identity. Professional Crocodile by Giovanna Zoboli, illus. In this wordless picture book, a crocodile commutes to an unexpected job. A boy gives his friend gifts chosen just for her on February 14, and explains why they are not Valentines. An Opposites Book Sept. Peek-a… welcomes Peek-a Moo! My Little Cities by Jennifer Adams, illus. PlayShapes greets Emperor Penguin Aug. And The Ultimate Book of All Around Us by Xelena Gonzalez, illus.
A girl and her grandfather share and create family traditions in this exploration of the cycles of life and nature. Texas Monsters by Anne Paradis, illus. In these titles, readers spot concealed monsters as they explore iconic landmarks. I Am Going to Bed Aug. My Potty by Anita Bijsterbosch Nov.
Squirrel in Autumn Sept. In these search-and-find tales, kids look for a squirrel and his pals and learn colors. Forest animals celebrate the holiday together. Where Is My Coat? Farm and jungle animals search for their missing coats and colors. A Book for Benny by Judith Koppens, illus. A girl and her dog go to the library to find the right book to hook her pet on reading. A Cup of Tea? Tess writes to Santa asking for a new friend: A lost beaver tries to find his way home in this tale spotlighting animal dwellings and habitats.
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Flashlight Night by Matt Forrest Esenwine, illus. A year after someone tried to kill her and she disappeared, Jenny is determined to uncover the culprit. I'm going crazy trying to remember this.. What happens when sheep attempt to play a game of soccer? The Farmer Is Sleeping , illus. At first they don't get along but they eventually start an affair. They were detectives and their boss bound then with a spell that wouldn't let them more then a few feet from eachother.
A bunny and a hedgehog star in this story about friendship and hibernation. Oliver has lots to tell his mother in this bedtime tale about postponing falling asleep. Beauty and the Beast by An Leysen Oct. Tobor by Guido van Genechten Oct. After receiving a special gift, Ben realizes that friends come in all shapes, sizes, and types. Secrets from Myself by Christine Hart Sept. A girl who has always heard voices and had visions realizes that she must correct a wrong from the past. Stuck with Sleigh Bells Stuck with a Scott Goodreads Author ,. Although, I do take part in that each holiday season.
But not today, folks. But also, these bells can attract meteorites! But, for the record, I do think Santa arriving by meteorite would be totally awesome. Yes indeed, hold onto your Santa hats! Kindle Edition , 74 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Stuck with Sleigh Bells , please sign up.
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