Will’s Words: How William Shakespeare Changed the Way You Talk

Will’s Words: How William Shakespeare Changed the Way You Talk

By Jane Sutcliffe
When Jane Sutcliffe sets out to write a book about William Shakespeare and the Globe Theatre, in her own words, she runs into a problem: Will’s words keep popping up all over the place! What’s an author to do?

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Arms Out…Kiano Sees The World

Children (0 – 7), Fiction, Under 100 pgs ‐ March 07, 2016
Arms Out…Kiano Sees The World

By Marilyn Briant-Rockmore
It is a warm, dark, night, but Kiano is wide awake. He steps outside and looks up into the starry, moonlit sky. He knows that sometimes, when you truly want something with all your heart, thinking about it can make it happen. With arms out, Kiano decides it is time to see the world…and his adventure begins.

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Eye of the Drone (Volume 2)

Eye of the Drone (Volume 2)

By Rebecca Merry Murdock and By Isabel Iglesias
Suki and FInch are 3-D characters born on the Bark & Howl FaceBook page. They now have their own graphic novel series as they travel the globe investigating the welfare of all 36 species of wild cats. In Volume 2, Suki and Finch arrive in Moscow on a cold winter’s day. Following a setback they finally travel east to look for Eurasian Lynx and Siberian Tigers. Parts of the Russian forest are being destroyed by illegal logging.

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Caroline’s Crinolines

Children (0 – 7), Fiction, Under 100 pgs ‐ March 02, 2016
Caroline’s Crinolines

By Dr. Roxie McBride Ed.D
Caroline is a clever, compassionate child, but she does have strange requests. Everything she eats must begin with the letter C. She also only likes pets, flowers, and clothes that begin with the letter C.

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The Leopard and The Mouse

The Leopard and The Mouse

By Marilyn Briant-Rockmore
This is the story of a meeting between two very different animals – a leopard and a mouse…What develops from this chance encounter is not what you might think. Sasha the leopard is a strong and powerful animal. She understands that she has a choice about what to do. She can help or hurt the tiny mouse. Is Thomas in danger, or will he discover that what he believes really comes true?

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Lydia’s Enchanted Toffee

Lydia’s Enchanted Toffee

By Neale Osborne
Visit the ice-cream fields of the north … the sinister and magical Black Forest … the fossil-filled biscuit caves of Kukido … the cocoa- and coffee-rich lands of Tangiya … and the dragon-haunted orchards of Jamatarta. Planet Plenti is a most extraordinary place – a world of incredible edible delights; of confectionery minerals, fizzy pop springs, forests and jungles full of delectable plantlife … And yet, for children in the land of Likrishka, life is less than ordinary, and mostly very grim – as the Likrish population lives under the watchful rule of Stannic, a tin-skinned tyrant, a Master Chef who commands an army of robot police. Thus nine-year-old Lydia faces a future slaving away in a factory camp – but the girl was born with a mysterious power over metal (when she eats a special type of toffee)

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Over-Scheduled Andrew

Over-Scheduled Andrew

By Ashley Spires
[ Over-Scheduled] Andrew doesn’t have time for anything or anyone else, not even his best friend Edie. And he definitely doesn’t have time to sleep. Will Andrew figure out how to balance all his favorite activities and his best friend at the same time? A hilarious, over-the-top look at a common issue many kids today face.

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Noni Speaks Up

Children (0 – 7), Fiction, Under 100 pgs ‐ February 10, 2016
Noni Speaks Up

By Heather Hartt-Sussman
Heather Hartt-Sussman’s charming story, complemented by the playful, expressive illustrations of Geneviève Côté, is a heartwarming exploration of conquering fear and finding the courage to help others.

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Bad Luck

Bad Luck

By Pseudonymous Bosch

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If I Had a Gryphon

Children (0 – 7), Fiction, Under 100 pgs ‐ February 08, 2016
If I Had a Gryphon

By Vikki VanSickle
If I Had a Gryphon is a raucous rhyming read-aloud about fantastical beasts in everyday situations–and the increasingly beleaguered heroine who has to deal with them.

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