New Children’s Materials September 26, 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:


“Albert’s Quiet Quest” by Isabelle Arsenault

“Bug Off! A Story of Fireflies and Friendship” by Cari Best

“Alpaca Lunch” by John and Jennifer Churchman

“Hummingbird” by Nicola Davies

“Chirri & Chirra Underground” by Kaya Doi

“Boo, Bunny!” by Kathryn O. Galbraith

“Leila in Saffron” by Rukhasanna Guidroz

“One Shoe Two Shoes” by Caryl Hart

“Fox in the Box” by Yvonne Ivinson

“Let’s Scare Bear” by Yuko Katakawa

“The Not-So Great Outdoors” by Madeline Kloepper

“Aunt Pearl” by Monica Kulling

“Be Kind” by Pat Zietlow Miller

“When the Moon Came Down” by Feridun Oral

“My Papi Has a Motorcycle” by Isabel Quintero

“Truman” by Jean Reidy

“High Five” by Adam Rubin

“The Night Before Christmas” illustrated by Gennady Spirin

“Trucker and Train” by Hannah Stark

“Llama Destroys the World” by Jonathan Stutzman

“Skulls!” by Blair Thornburgh

“Ogilvy” by Deborah Underwood

“Hold Hands” by Sara Varon

“Little Red Riding Hood and the Misread Wolf” by Troy Wilson


“A Story About Cancer (with a happy ending)” by India Desjardins

“Treasure Hunters” by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein

“The Star Shepherd” by Dan Haring

“Mad Scientist Academy: The Ocean Disaster” by Matthew McElligott

“Shout Out for the Fitzgerald-Trouts” by Esta Spalding

“Fairest of All” by Serena Valentino


“13 Planets: The Latest View of the Solar System” by David A. Aguilar

“Our Country’s Presidents: A Complete Encyclopedia of the U.S. Presidency” by Ann Bausum

“Babar’s Yoga for Elephants” by Laurent De Brunhoff

“Korean Celebrations: Festivals, Holidays, and Traditions” by Tina Cho

“The Spacesuit: How a seamstress helped put a man on the moon” by Alison Donald

“How We Got to Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World” by Steven Johnson