New Juvenile Books - Dragons

This week's list of new juvenile books will all be about Dragons! Here are some of the new titles that we have available for checkout right now for your children!

"Dear Dragon" written by Josh Funk; illustrated by Rodolfo Montalvo.

"Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library" written by Julie Gassman; illustrated by Andy Elkerton.

"How to Light Your Dragon" written by Didier Levy and Fred Benaglia.

"How you see my Dragon?" written by Steve Light.

"When a Dragon Moves in Again" written by Jodi Moore; illustrated by Howard McWilliam.

New Picture Books Available for Check-Out

Here is our weekly post about some of the new juvenile books that we have available for check-out here at the library! The titles today are all new Picture Books that we now have available:


Batman's Friends and Foes; adapted by Christine Hapka; pencils by Adrian Barrios; digital paints by Kanila Tripp.

The Boss Baby, Back in Business. Babies Versus Kittens; Adapted by Patty Michaels.

What about Worms?! by Mo Willems and Ryan T. Higgins.

Some Monsters are Different, by David Milgrim.

Flubby. Flubby will not Play with That, by J.E. Morris.

Books on Our Shelf Waiting for You

18 new fiction + 2 nonfiction

pick up any time before next Friday

remember to call ahead so we have them checked out and bagged for you

New Juvenile Books - Non-Fiction

Hello everyone! Our list of new juvenile book titles that can be checked out here at the library are our new non-fiction titles that are geared towards children! Here are our new juvenile non-fiction titles:

  • "¡El lobo no nos morderá!" by Emily Gravett; traducido por Joana Delgado. ("Wolf won't bite!" by Emily Gravett and translated by Joana Delgado.)
  • "Yoga for Kids", written by Susannah Hoffman; foreward by Patricia Arquette; photographs taken by Lol Johnson; illustrated by Kitty Glavin.
  • "Click" by Kayla Miller.
  • "Hilo, Book 2: Saving the Whole World" by Judd Winick, with color by Guy Major.
  • "Hello Neighbor! The Kind and Caring World of Mister Rogers" by Matthew Cordell.
  • "Queen of Physics: How Wu Chien Shiung helped unlock the secrets of the Atom" by Teresa Robeson, and illustrated by Rebecca Huang.


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