New Children’s Materials October 30, 2018

Latest materials for children at the Athol Public Library!

The following new materials are available to borrow from the Children’s Room at the Athol Public Library:


“Jingle Babies” by Tom Arma

“Sir Simon” by Cale Atkinson

“Night-Night, Little Pookie” by Sandra Boynton

“Your Personal Penguin” by Sandra Boynton

“Poppy and Sam and the Leaf Thief” by Cathon

“Carmela, Full of Wishes” by Matt de la Pena

“You Don’t Want a Unicorn!” by Ame Dyckman

“Ten Baby Bears” by Emily Ford

“Goodnght Anne” by Kallie George

“The Crocodile and the Dentist” by Taro Gomi

“Dog on a Frog?” by Ken Gray

“Frankie Finds the Blues” by Joel Harper

“A Parade of Elephants” by Kevin Henkes

“Night Job” by Karen Hesse

“Mapping Sam” by Joyce Hesselberth

“Princess Baby” by Karen Katz

“Princess Baby: Night-Night” by Karen Katz

“Twinkle Toes” by Karen Katz

“Z Goes First: An Alphabet Book Z-to-A” by Sean Lamb

“Door” by JiHyeon Lee

“My First Animal Signs” by Anthony Lewis

“The People of the Town: Nursery-Rhyme Friends for You and Me” by Alan Marks

“All Aboard the Dinotrain” by Deb Lund

“Bear Child” by Geoff Mead

“But First, We Nap” by David Miles

“Thank You, Omu!” by Oge Mora

“Khalida and the Most Beautiful Song” by Amanda Moeckel

“Inky’s Amazing Escape: How a Very Smart Octopus Found His Way Home” by Sy Montgomery

“All are Welcome” by Alexandra Penfold

“Anna Banana and the Sleepover Secret” by Anica Rissi

“The Hummingbird Sings and Dances” by Mariana Ruiz

“Blue” by Laura Vaccaro Seeger

“Octopants” by Suzy Senior

“Sheep in a Jeep” by Nancy Shaw

“Sheep Out to Eat by Nancy Shaw

“Sheep Take a Hike” by Nancy Shaw

“Crash, Splash, or Moo!” by Bob Shea

“Claude on the Slopes” by Alex Smith

“Interrupting Chicken and the Elephants of Surprise” by David Ezra Stein

“All My Treasures” by Jo Witek

“Brave as Can Be: A Book of Courage” by Jo Witek

“Hello in There! A Big Sister’s Book of Waiting” by Jo Witek

“In My Heart: A Big Book of Feelings” by Jo Witek

“In My Room: A Book of Creativity and Imagination” by Jo Witek

“Hansel and Gretel” by Bethan Woollvin


“Sweep: The Story of a Girl and Her Monster” by Jonathan Auxier

“The Bad Guys in Do-You-Think-He-Saurus?” by Aaron Blabey

“The War I Finally Won” by Kimberly Bradley

“The Storm Runner” by J.C. Cervantes

“Wicked Nix” by Lena Coakley

“Saving Winslow” by Sharon Creech

“The Korean War: An Interactive Modern History Adventure” by Michael Burgan

“Beauty and the Beast: An Interactive Fairy Tale Adventures” by Matt Doeden

“Lilliput” by Sam Gayton

“The Thorn Queen” by Elise Holland

“The Nocturnals: The Mysterious Abductions” by Tracey Hecht

“The Nocturnals: The Ominous Eye” by Tracey Hecht

“The Nocturnals: The Fallen Stat” by Tracey Hecht

“Edison: The Mystery of the Missing Mouse Treasure” by Torben Kuhlmann

“The Scourge” by Jennifer Nielson

“Dactyl Hill Squad” by Daniel Older

“Dork Diaries: Tales From a Not-So-Happy Birthday” by Rachel Russell

“Someone Else’s Shoes” by Ellen Wittlinger


“Kim Jong Un: Supreme Leader of North Korea” by Russell Roberts

“She Made a Monster: How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein” by Lynn Fulton


“Dazzle Ships: World War I and the Art of Confusion” by Chris Barton

“My Name is River” by Wendy Dunham

“The Incredible Magic of Being” by Kathryn Erskin

“A Boy Called Christmas” by Matt Haig

“The Princess in Black: Books 4-6” by Shannon Dale

“Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Takes Off” by Jacqueline Jules

“Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Springs Into Action” by Jacqueline Jules

“Zapato Power: Freddie Ramos Zooms to the Rescue” by Jacqueline Jules

“Lost and Found Cat” by Doug Kuntz

“The Seventh Most Important Thing” by Shelley Pearsall

“Black Panther: The Young Prince” by Ronald Smith

“Bronze and Sunflower” by Cao Wenxuan