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  1. Diary of a wimpy kid : hard luck by Kinney, Jeff
  2. Flora & Ulysses : the illuminated adventures by DiCamillo, Kate
  3. Locomotive by Floca, Brian
  4. Day the crayons quit by Daywalt, Drew
  5. Mr. Wuffles! by Wiesner, David
  6. Journey by Becker, Aaron
  7. Wonder by Palacio, R. J.
  8. Year of Billy Miller by Henkes, Kevin
  9. Diary of a wimpy kid : the third wheel by Kinney, Jeff
  10. Big guy took my ball! by Willems, Mo
  11. Rump : the true story of Rumpelstiltskin by Shurtliff, Liesl
  12. Watermelon seed by Pizzoli, Greg
  13. Diary of a wimpy kid : cabin fever by Kinney, Jeff
  14. Doll bones by Black, Holly
  15. I survived the Japanese Tsunami, 2011 by Tarshis, Lauren
  16. House of Hades by Riordan, Rick
  17. That is not a good idea! by Willems, Mo
  18. Liar & spy by Stead, Rebecca
  19. Counting by 7s by Sloan, Holly Goldberg
  20. Big Nate : genius mode by Peirce, Lincoln
  21. Fly Guy and the Frankenfly by Arnold, Tedd
  22. Penny and her marble by Henkes, Kevin
  23. One came home by Timberlake, Amy
  24. Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's library by Grabenstein, Chris
  25. Fly Guy presents : sharks by Arnold, Tedd
  26. I survived the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863 by Tarshis, Lauren
  27. Diary of a wimpy kid : dog days by Kinney, Jeff
  28. Pete the cat : Pete at the beach by Dean, James
  29. Diary of a wimpy kid : Rodrick rules by Kinney, Jeff
  30. Diary of a wimpy kid : Greg Heffley's journal by Kinney, Jeff
  31. Diary of a wimpy kid : the last straw by Kinney, Jeff
  32. Big Nate flips out by Peirce, Lincoln
  33. Diary of a wimpy kid : the ugly truth by Kinney, Jeff
  34. Frog who croaked by Krosoczka, Jarrett
  35. Pete the cat : Pete's big lunch by Dean, James
  36. Fly guy presents : space by Arnold, Tedd
  37. Pete the cat : play ball! by Dean, James
  38. Bad Kitty drawn to trouble by Bruel, Nick
  39. I'm a frog! by Willems, Mo
  40. Pete the cat and his magic sunglasses by Dean, Kimberly
  41. Mr. Tiger goes wild by Brown, Peter
  42. One dead spy by Hale, Nathan
  43. Year of the book by Cheng, Andrea
  44. Nelson Mandela by Nelson, Kadir
  45. Paperboy by Vawter, Vince
  46. Athlete vs. mathlete by Mack, Winnie
  47. Lester's dreadful sweaters by Campbell, K. G.
  48. Lost treasure of Tuckernuck by Fairlie, Emily
  49. Tales from a not-so-happy heartbreaker by Russell, Rachel Renee
  50. Captain Underpants and the revolting revenge of the radioactive robo-boxers : the tenth epic novel by Pilkey, Dav
    New Titles: Spring 2014 | Fall 2014
  • 7/28/14:
    Our printed Showcase of the new Fall 2014 titles will mail about the middle of August but you can preview all the Fall titles in a book list with a link from the News blackboard on our homepage.
  • 7/25/14:
    Henry Knox's Birthday
  • 7/24/14:
    Sarah Littman educates her congressman on school libraries.
  • 7/22/14:
    The Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2014 Kids Count Report on the welfare of children in the United States has been published. It is encouraging that the indicators in the Education area are all showing progress.
  • 7/21/14:
    Looking Around Bound to Stay Bound -- Brad Evans cuts Davey Red Label Board to make new book cases with. He is using one of our two Lawson Pacemaker cutters.
  • 7/18/14:
    The Birthday of Nelson Mandela
  • 7/17/14:
    Saturday, July 19 is the birthday of John Newbery. He was born in Berkshire, England on July 19, 1713. We all know the Medal but how many know who John Newbery was? He was a book publisher in England who really began the business of publishing children's books from the 1740s through the 1760s. One of his most popular titles was The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes in 1765.
  • 7/16/14:
    The Catholic Library Association has announced their 2014 Regina Award for excellence in children's literature. Patricia Reilly Giff is the 55th winner of this award.
  • 7/14/14:
    The Bound to Stay Bound Books Scholarships for students getting a graduate degree in library services for children have been awarded for the coming school year by the Association for Library Service to Children. This makes over 80 scholarships awarded over the last 29 years!
  • 7/9/14:
    The National Council for the Social Studies have created their 2014 Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People list. Only members of the Council have access to the list for now but our version of the list is available on our online Bookstore under the Series Search.
  • 7/8/14:
    The finalists have been announced for the 2014 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award for Children's Literature. The winner will be announced by the Mythopoeic Society by August 11.
  • 7/7/14:
    Walter Dean Myers, a legend in young adult literature, passed away last Thursday at the age of 76.
  • 7/3/14:
    This Sunday, July 6, will be the birthday of Frida Kahlo, a pioneering Mexican artist. Her life was even more noteworthy because she was married to another extremely important Mexican painter, Diego Rivera. We have a couple of children's books that shed more light on Frida's life and career. One is historical fiction and the other is a biography of her and Diego that will be published later this summer. Me, Frida, by Amy Novesky, illustrated by David Diaz, published by Abrams in 2010, ages 4-8, BTSB# 683902, $19.27, good reviews by Kirkus, SLJ and Booklist. Artist Frida Kahlo finds her own voice and style when her husband, Diego Rivera, is commissioned to paint a mural in San Francisco, California. Frida & Diego: Art, Love, Life, by Catherine Reef, published by Clarion in 2014, ages 12-14, BTSB# 742735, $20.69, good reviews by Kirkus and Booklist so far. A biography exploring the tumultuous lives, marriage and work of the artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.
  • 7/2/14:
    Today is the birthday of Jack Gantos. He is 63 years old today. He continues to write a wide variety of books for children and young adults. He won the Newbery Award in 2012 for the most recent of his autobiographical novels, Dead End in Norvelt. Just this spring he released another of his humorous picture books about the cat Rotten Ralph, Rotten Ralph's Rotten Family. And in September the final book about crazy middle schooler Joey Pigza, The Key That Swallowed Joey Pigza, will be published. There seems to be no slowing down Jack Gantos, and we're all glad about that!
  • 7/1/14:
    The people at Bank Street College of Education in New York City have chosen their Best Children's Books of the Year from 2013. Our version of their list is on our website in the Series Search under Best Children's Books of the Year 2014.
  • 6/30/14:
    Susan L. Roth and Cindy Trombone accepting their Sibert Award at the ALSC meeting at ALA in Las Vegas for Parrots Over Puerto Rico.
  • 6/30/14:
    Here Comes the Fourth of July!
  • 6/29/14:
    Jen Bryant and Melissa Sweet signing their Sibert Honor book A Splash of Red at the BTSB booth in Las Vegas.
  • 6/28/14:
    Spin to Win at ALA in Las Vegas!
  • 6/27/14:
    The Birthday of Antoine de Saint-Exupery
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