New Children’s Materials April 22, 2019

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:


“Bunny’s Fuzzy Christmas”

“The Undefeated” by Kwame Alexander

“Circle” by Marc Barnett

“You Are The Light” by Aaron Becker

“Great Irish Legends for Children” by Yvonne Carroll

“Tomorrow Most Likely” by Dave Eggers

“When Sadness is at Your Door” by Eva Eland

“Teach Your Giraffe How to Ski” by Viviane Elbee

“Thinker: My Puppy and Me” by Eloise Greenfield

“The Good Egg” by Jory John

“The Little Rabbit” by Nicola Killen

“Diana Dances” by Luciano Lozano

“Peep, Peep, I Love You” by Sandra Magsamen

“Windblown” by Edouard Manceau

“You’re My Little Honey Bunny” by Natalie Marshall

“I Hug” by David McPhail

“Bradford Street Buddies Backyard: Come Out” by Jerdine Nolen

“The Remember Balloons” by Jessie Oliveros

“The Take-it Take-it Lady” by Kveta Pacovska

“The Book Hog” by Greg Pizzoli

“Side by Side” by Chris Raschka

“Poetree” by Shauna Reynolds

“Another” by Christian Robinson

“Love, Z” by Jessie Sima

“How to Two” by David Soman

“Fox the Tiger” by Carey Tabor

“The Doghouse” by Jan Thomas

“My Friends Make Me Happy” by Jan Thomas

“My Toothbrush is Missing” by Jan Thomas

“There’s a Pest in the Garden” by Jan Thomas

“What is Chasing Duck?” by Jan Thomas

“How to Give Your Cat a Bath in Five Easy Steps” by Nicola Winstanley

“A Concert in the Park” by Kazuaki Yamada

“Zoomer’s Out-of-this World Christmas” by Ned Young


“The Mighty Heart of Sunny St. James” by Ashley Blake

“Trace” by Pat Cummings

“The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day” by Christopher Edge

“Sal & Gabi Break the Universe” by Carlos Hernandez

“Mega Bat and Fancy Cat” by Anna Humphrey

“Tin” by Padraig Kenney

“The Elsewhere Emporium” by Ross MacKenzie

“All Three Stooges” by Erica Perl

“The True Meaning of Smekday” by Adam Rex


“Narwhal’s Otter Friend” by Ben Clanton

“Hilo: Then Everything Went Wrong” by Judd Winick

“End Games” by Ru Xu


“First Human Body Encyclopedia”

“Mammals: Facts at Your Fingertips”

“Earth” by Quinn Arnold

“Jaguars” by Quinn Arnold

“Mars” by Quinn Arnold

“Jupiter” by Quinn Arnold

“Happy Easter: The Festival of New Life” by Joyce Bentley

“What is Snow?” by Tammy Brown

“The Trail of Tears” by Joseph Bruchac

“Seashore: Explore Nature with Fun Facts and Activities” by David Burnie

“Cat” by Juliet Clutton-Brock

“Knowing What to Say” by Patti Criswell

“Skunks” by Wendy Dieker

“Mercury” by Lori Dittmer

“Beavers” by Moira Donohue

“Running With Wolves” by Jim Dutcher

“Little Larry Goes to School” by Gerry Ellis

“Sometimes I Just Stutter” by Eelco de Gues

“Nature’s Deadliest Creatures” by Derek Harvey

“The Split History of the Battles of Lexington and Concord” by Brenda Haugen

“Reptiles and Amphibians” by Catherine Howell

“The Amazon” by Tom Jackson

“The Proper Way to Meet a Hedgehog and Other How-To Poems” by Paul Janeczko

“Superstars of the New England Patriots” by M. K. Osborne

“Camels” by Kate Riggs

“Lions” by Kate Riggs

“Neptune” by Kate Riggs

“Saturn” by Kate Riggs

“He is Risen: Rocks Tell the Story of Easter” by Patti Rofus

“Secret Hiding Places (For Clever Kids)” by Mark Shulman

“Everything On It” by Shel Silverstein

“Camp Panda: Helping Cubs Return to the Wild” by Catherine Timmesh

“Scaly Spotted Feathered Frilled” by Catherine Timmesh

“Ultimate Predator-pedia” by Christina Wilsdon


“Let 'er Buck! George Fletcher, The People’s Champion” by Vaunda Nelson

“Little People, Big Dreams: Maria Montessori” by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

“Little People, Big Dreams: Stephen Hawking” by Isabel Sanchez Vegara

“Hedy Lamarr’s Double Life: Hollywood Legend and Brilliant Inventor” by Laurie Wallmark