Auckland Libraries: All kids new titles

All kids new titles

Ngā Taitara tamariki hōu katoa

Find out what's new and cool! Fun and fascinating fiction and nonfiction for pre-school and school age kids. This list updates when we add new titles to our collection.

The topic Kids has been added to your favourites.

The topic Kids has been removed from your favourites.

The topic Kids will be added to your favourites. What does this mean?

True
Brave as can be  by Jo Witek

Brave as can be

Jo Witek

"An older sister explains to her younger sister all the things she used to be afraid of, along with some tricks to help, whether it's a special blanket for bedtime or singing during a storm"--

See more
If I wrote a book about you  by Stephany Aulenback

If I wrote a book about you

Stephany Aulenback

"A mother imagines how she would convey her love for her child if she were to write a book about their relationship."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Wallace the brave by Will Henry

Wallace the brave

Will Henry

"Welcome to Snug Harbor! Will Henry's Wallace the Brave is a whimsical comic strip that centers around a bold and curious little boy named Wallace, his best friend Spud and the new girl in town, Amelia. Wallace lives in the quaint and funky town of Snug...

See more
Adele in Sand Land by Claude Ponti

Adele in Sand Land

Claude Ponti

"Adele sits down to play in the sandbox and embarks on a fantasy adventure involving a barefoot king, a cloud of fluffy chicks, and a dessert island."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Food hide and sneak  by Bastien Contraire

Food hide and sneak

Bastien Contraire

"Look carefully to discover one look-alike visitor on each page: a tree among vegetables, a canoe among sandwiches, an umbrella among ice cream! They're hiding--can you find them?"--Provided by publisher.

See more
Fire drill fiasco  by Nancy Parent

Fire drill fiasco

Nancy Parent

"Flynn and Belle are busy practising their fire drills. But Flynn uses up all the water from the tank and leaves none for Belle. Can the friends learn to share and take turns to avoid a fire drill fiasco?"--Provided by publisher.

See more
Trevor  by Jim Averbeck

Trevor

Jim Averbeck

"Trevor is lonely and looking for a friend. He stretches his wings the length of his boring cage and notices the tree outside stretching its branch. And on the end of that branch? Perhaps a new friend. But one that is quiet and shy. Trevor knows just...

See more
Knock knock  by Tammi Sauer

Knock knock

Tammi Sauer

"Bear settles down for his long winter nap, but his friends have other ideas."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Pink is for boys  by Robb Pearlman

Pink is for boys

Robb Pearlman

This title celebrates of how colours are for everyone and depicts children engaging in their favorite activities where colour is not relevant."--Cataloguer.

See more
Maud Lewis 1, 2, 3  by Carol McDougall

Maud Lewis 1, 2, 3

Carol McDougall

"Maud Lewis 1-2-3 is a wonderful first counting book and introduction to the joy-filled art of Nova Scotia's most famous folk painter, Maud Lewis. Even the youngest babies will be drawn to the bright colours and bold forms in Lewis's whimsical painti...

See more
The missing masterpiece  by Tracey Corderoy

The missing masterpiece

Tracey Corderoy

"The most delightful doggy duo are back and this time there's a patisserie pandemonium in Paris!"--Provided by publisher.

See more
What's your favorite bug?  by Eric Carle

What's your favorite bug?

Eric Carle

"Eric Carle and fourteen other beloved children's book artists illustrate their favorite bugs and explain why they love them. Everybody has a favorite bug. Some like shiny, colorful beetles or busy ants or soft pale moths best. Others prefer spindly ...

See more
Happy hatchday  by Rob Biddulph

Happy hatchday

Rob Biddulph

"Meet Otto, Winnie, Greg(asaurus) and all the other dinosaur juniors, as they traverse life's first ups and downs."--Provided by publisher.

See more
DC super hero girls. Out of the bottle by Shea Fontana

DC super hero girls. Out of the bottle

Shea Fontana

"For an assignment in Ms. June Moone's art class, the girls are working on their very own comic books. The character-created comic pages give us a glimpse into each girl's personality. But Harley Quinn isn't satisfied with her comics creation and thinks...

See more
Quest

Quest

Quest, a volume of seventeen stories intended for children, will whisk you away from dark bedrooms to new dimensions and fantasy realms, via the Russian countryside and modern Rome. You'll encounter talking field mice, invisible friends, flying kraiks,...

See more
Until tomorrow, Mr. Marsworth  by Sheila O'Connor

Until tomorrow, Mr. Marsworth

Sheila O'Connor

"Desperate to keep her older brother from being drafted in the Vietnam War, eleven-year-old Reenie strikes up an unlikely friendship with Mr. Marsworth, an elderly shut-in, who helps her in her mission"--

See more
The wild folk  by Sylvia V. Linsteadt

The wild folk

Sylvia V. Linsteadt

"When Tin, an orphan City boy with a passion for invention, and curious Country girl Comfrey are visited by two young hares, it is the start of a magical quest. To stop the City from ravaging the Country, they must complete seemingly impossible challenges...

See more
Older not wiser  by Sophy Henn

Older not wiser

Sophy Henn

Jeanie's Grandma is BAD. Not bad like a vampire or a gangster or anything, more like… up to no good. Sometimes she can be a bit embarrassing but most of the time she's REALLY fun, especially when she gets Jeanie involved in her mischievous schemes. E...

See more
Christopher Robin  by Elizabeth Rudnick

Christopher Robin

Elizabeth Rudnick

"Capturing the heartwarming magic of Walt Disney Studios' upcoming Christopher Robin film, this novelization pulls fans back into the world of Pooh through a book that enables them to relive the story and revisit their old pals whenever they please. ...

See more
My amazing body  by Ruth Martin

My amazing body

Ruth Martin

"Find out all sorts of amazing facts, like how the brain works, what happens to a mouthful of food, how fast fingernails grow, how we breathe, and much, much more in this ... book about the human body."--Back cover.

See more
On the move  by Ruth Martin

On the move

Ruth Martin

"Find out how airplaners are able to fly, what a car engine looks like, how a garbage truck holds trash, and much, much more in this ... book about vehicles."--Back cover.

See more
Outer space  by Ruth Martin

Outer space

Ruth Martin

"Let's blast off into space to find out about her solar system and far beyond. Life the flaps to see what each planet is like, find out how the Sun works, and discover the wonders of space travel - there's so much to explore!"--Back cover.

See more
Can you keep a secret?  by Anne De Cintra

Can you keep a secret?

Anne De Cintra

An adventure story, set in war-time, where the main protagonist is a child. Although a fictional account, the story is set in a real historical context and many of the events are based actual first-hand testimony. Set in a rural town in south west F...

See more
Jedi Academy. The principal strikes back by Jarrett Krosoczka

Jedi Academy. The principal strikes back

Jarrett Krosoczka

"As told through a mix of comics, doodles, and journal entries, it's Victor Starspeeder's third year at Jedi Academy! It's also his first year EVER without his sister, Christina. Plus, things at Jedi Academy are... weird. After last year's security b...

See more
The genie rings  by Jack Henseleit

The genie rings

Jack Henseleit

In The Witching Hours,Anna and Max travel the world with their father, the Professor - but their real adventures take place in the dangerous underworld of dark fairies, where the children face sinister creatures and battle for their lives. On their n...

See more
Eyewitness football  by Hugh Hornby

Eyewitness football

Hugh Hornby

The ultimate guide to football for today's internet generation. Just in time for FIFA World Cup 2014, the reissue of Eyewitness Football will help your child learn everything they want to know about 'the beautiful game'. Revised and updated with stats...

See more
Toby and the tricky things  by Lou Peacock

Toby and the tricky things

Lou Peacock

"Toby is no longer a little elephant. He's a Big Boy now, much bigger than baby sister Iris. He can pour his own milk, read his own bedtime stories, and even reach the snacks high on the "just for mummies" shelf. But some things are still very tricky...

See more
Dad by my side  by author Soosh

Dad by my side

author Soosh

"A heartwarming celebration of the special relationship between a father and daughter from Instagram sensation Soosh. Whether they're playing make-believe, making you smile, or scaring off monsters under the bed, dads are always there when you need.....

See more
Something for Fleur  by Catherine Pelosi

Something for Fleur

Catherine Pelosi

"It's Fleur the flamingo's birthday and her friend Bo the hippo is sending her a present. Can you use Bo's clues to guess what it is?"--Provided by publisher.

See more
Follow me around the world  by Anne Passchier

Follow me around the world

Anne Passchier

"Fox is off ona brand new adventure around the world in this finger maze book brimming with busy scenes and familiar sights. There are eight exciting colourful trail scenes allowing children to explore using their fingertips to trace along grooves on...

See more
Walk and see  by Rosalind Beardshaw

Walk and see

Rosalind Beardshaw

"Join an autumnal adventure through the countryside with lots to see and count."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Are you scared, Darth Vader?  by Adam Rex

Are you scared, Darth Vader?

Adam Rex

"Although he professes to fear nothing, it turns out that the most-feared villain in the Star Wars universe may not be so fearless after all."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Layla and dancer  by Julie Sykes

Layla and dancer

Julie Sykes

"Imagine a school where you meet your own unicorn and have amazing adventures together! That's what happens for the girls at Unicorn Academy on beautiful Unicorn Island. Layla can't believe how lucky she is to be at Unicorn Academy! She adores her li...

See more
Axel Scheffler's flip flap dinosaurs. by Axel Scheffler

Axel Scheffler's flip flap dinosaurs.

Axel Scheffler

"What do you get if you cross a mighty Tyrannosaurus rex with a fearsome Triceratops? It's a Tyrannotops, of course! And how about a giant Diplodocus with a soaring Pterodactyl? Why, that's a Diplodactyl! With over 121 possible prehistoric creations,...

See more
Bride of the living dummy  by R. L Stine

Bride of the living dummy

R. L Stine

Slappy the demonic dummy meets his match in a bride dummy of even worse design who, like her counterpart, comes to life to make everyone's worst nightmares come true.

See more
The headless ghost  by R. L Stine

The headless ghost

R. L Stine

Loving Hill House, an enormous tourist attraction that is reputed to be haunted by the ghost of a thirteen-year-old headless boy, Duane and Stephanie decide to search for the ghost's head and get the biggest scare of their lives.

See more
Attack of the jack-o'-lanterns  by R. L. Stine

Attack of the jack-o'-lanterns

R. L. Stine

Drew Brockman and her best friend Walker launch a plan for revenge on classmates Lee and Tabby using two scary pumpkin heads. But along the way, something goes terribly wrong.

See more
My old man, he played rugby  by Peter Millett

My old man, he played rugby

Peter Millett

"My old man, he played one, he played front row in the scrum, with a heave ho, here we go, playing in the zone, my old man came charging home!"--Publisher information.

See more
Down the drain  by Zack (Fictitious character) Zombie

Down the drain

Zack (Fictitious character) Zombie

Zombie's village has gone through some major changes after the gnome attack. All of sudden, all the houses in his village have mushroom tops and big green pipes started popping up on every street. Zombie doesn't mind this new look though. But things get...

See more
Crazy kiwi  by Hilary Rogers

Crazy kiwi

Hilary Rogers

It's a whole bunch of crazy in the fruit bowl! Why does everyone love grapes? Because they're sweet. But this bunch are sour. No wonder they'll stop at nothing to become sweet again!

See more
Bad apple  by Hilary Rogers

Bad apple

Hilary Rogers

It's a whole bunch of crazy in the fruit bowl! Most apples are good, right? But Bad Apple is being bad again. He is always playing tricks on the other Frooties!

See more
The night dragon  by Naomi Howarth

The night dragon

Naomi Howarth

"Maude is not like the other night dragons. She doesn't breathe fire or cast great gray, sooty clouds over the land to bring nightfall. But when the chance comes, can her friend Mouse help her pluck up the courage to fly?" -- Page 4 of cover.

See more
Give peas a chance  by Rob Biddulph

Give peas a chance

Rob Biddulph

"It's dinner-time for Nancy, but oh no... PEAS! Not-so-keen-on-peas Nancy needs to come up with a way to ditch those little green balls. Luckily, she's got a peas-plot up her sleeve. But is she quite as clever as she thinks?"--Provided by publisher.

See more
Smiley's dream book by Jeff Smith

Smiley's dream book

Jeff Smith

"On a beautiful sunny day, happy-go-lucky Smiley Bone is walking through the woods when he begins to count some playful birds. The birds sing and climb so high that Smiley must find a fantastical way to keep up with them."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Making friends by Kristen Gudsnuk

Making friends

Kristen Gudsnuk

"Sixth grade was so much easier for Danny. All her friends were in the same room and she knew exactly what to expect out of life. Now that she's in seventh grade, she's in a new middle school, her friends are in different classes and forming new cliques,...

See more
The button war  by 1937- author. Avi

The button war

1937- author. Avi

Patryk and Jurek are as much friends as rivals in the small Russian-occupied Polish village where they live. When, in August 1914, Patryk finds an old button on the forest floor, Jurek becomes wildly jealous. Not long after, World War I comes to Pola...

See more
Bad bunny  by Steve Smallman

Bad bunny

Steve Smallman

"Innocent eyes... little round cheeks... super fluffy tail... He may look sweet and innocent, but don't be fooled - Bad Bunny is Mischief with a capital 'M'! And on a day of particularly naughty naughtiness, he may be about to meet his match. Will Bad...

See more
A hole new world by author Pat + Jen (YouTube personality)

A hole new world

author Pat + Jen (YouTube personali...

"An accidental trip into the underworld sends Pat and Jen on an adventure, but their attempts to flee puts them face-to-face with the most evil villain of all, Evil Jen."--Provided by publisher.

See more
His name was Walter  by Emily Rodda

His name was Walter

Emily Rodda

From Australia's favourite storyteller comes a story, within a story, that shows us the extraordinary power of true love and solves a decades-old mystery. While on a history excursion, an ill-assorted group of four kids and their teacher are left on...

See more
Kid Lucky by Jean Léturgie

Kid Lucky

Jean Léturgie

"We all know Lucky Luke, the man who shoots faster than his own shadow. But even he was once a child, and back then he was already having grand adventures in the Old West! The young boy is travelling with an old, grumpy, alcoholic prospector in search...

See more
Redstone Junior High. Book 2, Creepers crashed my party by Cara J. Stevens

Redstone Junior High. Book 2, Creepers crashed my party

Cara J. Stevens

"After creepers tell Pixel that SAMD is still alive and looking for innocent mobs, Pixel and her friends devise a plan to lure the SAMD and Smite, its evil leader, to a party, but they have to contend with Tina's desire for revenge and Smite's dark.....

See more
Lullaby Lake  by Katrina Charman

Lullaby Lake

Katrina Charman

Their magical map is leading Tag, Skyla, and Blaze closer and closer to The Shadowlands, Thorn's territory--but now the Ember Stone has fallen into the well-named Lullaby Lake, which is defended by fairies who sing intruders to sleep, and the friends...

See more
Mr. Sunny is funny!  by Dan Gutman

Mr. Sunny is funny!

Dan Gutman

Second-grade graduate A.J. and his family rent a beach house, but summer vacation is ruined when annoying Andrea shows up and develops a crush on the lifeguard.

See more
My world  by Roger Priddy

My world

Roger Priddy

"With over 350 words to learn, things to count, and lots to find, this hand-drawn word book is designed to keep your little ones happy for hours...and it's quite funny too!"--Provided by publisher.

See more
Elmer's weather  by David McKee

Elmer's weather

David McKee

:Whatever the weather, come rain or shine, Elmer loves to play! This chunky board book with easy-grip toddler tabs on every page is perfect for the very youngest Elmer fans."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Octopants  by Suzy Senior

Octopants

Suzy Senior

"An embarrased young octopus cannot find any pants to wear, in spite of several sorties into the ocean to find some. But none have what he needs until he finds an undersea emporium that could fit him out!"--Cataloguer.

See more
My body! what I say goes!  by Jayneen Sanders

My body! what I say goes!

Jayneen Sanders

"The crucial skills taught in this book will help children to protect their bodies from inappropriate touch. Children will be empowered to say in a strong and clear voice, 'This is my body! What I say goes!' Through age-appropriate illustrations and ...

See more
The garden of hope  by Isabel Otter

The garden of hope

Isabel Otter

"This enchanting tale tells the story of a little girl who finds courage and purpose as she transforms an overgrown and neglected garden into a place of beauty, love... and ultimately hope."--Provided by publisher.

See more
This is my eye  by Neela Vaswani

This is my eye

Neela Vaswani

"Take a journey through New York City: shapes, colors, patterns, and people are everywhere - and things look different depending on who is going the looking. In this playful, poetic ode to photography and point of view, one young girl captures moments...

See more
Today I'll be a unicorn  by Dana Simpson

Today I'll be a unicorn

Dana Simpson

"Who wouldn't want to be a unicorn? The stars of Phoebe and Her Unicorn celebrate the magical and enchanting world of being a unicorn in this charming board book."--Back cover.

See more
Puddle hunters  by Kirsty Murray

Puddle hunters

Kirsty Murray

"This beautiful book captures the eternal delight of young children splashing about in puddles and experimenting with language. When the rain stops it's time to go puddle hunting. Ruby and Banjo and Mum go up the street, and into the park, over the bridge...

See more
Joey counts to ten  by Sally Morgan

Joey counts to ten

Sally Morgan

"Watch, look, listen and count! Experience the rhythm of life in the bush as Joey and his mum go about their day.--Back cover.

See more
A close call  by Nancy Parent

A close call

Nancy Parent

"It's a rainy day in Sodor and the tracks are slippery. But James wants to race Thomas. Can the friends learn to listen and respect the rules to avoid an accident?"--Back cover.

See more
Grandpa's space adventure  by Paul W. Newman

Grandpa's space adventure

Paul W. Newman

"A Grandpa and his grandson explore a new fear - the dark. But through Grandpa's hilarious jokes and tall tales, his grandson discovers the amazing things you can see at night-time."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Time for bed, daddy  by Dave Hackett

Time for bed, daddy

Dave Hackett

"'Come on, Daddy, it's time for bed.' 'But I'm not tired,' says Daddy. How can a little girl put her daddy to bed when he doesn't want to go? In every household with children, from the moment that bedtime is announced until the light is finally s...

See more
Cinderfella  by Malachy Doyle

Cinderfella

Malachy Doyle

"To all the brothers at Number 12. You're invited to Kayleigh's party. Dress fancy. Come fancy. Dance! Once upon a time, there lived Cinderfella - a little boy, forever bossed around by his two older brothers, Gus and Gareth. "Turn up the TV! Shine o...

See more
Want to play trucks?  by Ann Stott

Want to play trucks?

Ann Stott

"Jack likes trucks. Alex likes dolls. Just what will they play together? Jack and Alex meet almost every morning in the sandbox at the playground. Jack likes trucks - big ones. Alex likes dolls - pink ones, with sparkles. And tutus. But Jack doesn't want...

See more
Puffin the architect  by Kimberly (Kimberly Tethera) Andrews

Puffin the architect

Kimberly (Kimberly Tethera) Andrews

"Puffin is an architect who always exceeds her clients' expectations, that is, until she takes on the toughest clients ever - her own pufflings! Puffin takes her tricky new clients on an inspirational tour of her builds. Together they visit all kinds...

See more
Maya & cat  by Caroline Magerl

Maya & cat

Caroline Magerl

"On a roof, as wet as a seal, as grey as a puddle, Cat was rumbling, a rumbly purr. What does Cat want most? Feather boas? Pretty pink shoelaces? A boatful of fish under a tiny tin sail - or perhaps something much more valuable? Maya and Cat follows a...

See more
Ella & Monkey at sea  by Emilie Boon

Ella & Monkey at sea

Emilie Boon

"Ella's best friend, Monkey, doesn't like good-bye hugs. He doesn't want to say goodbye to Oma. And he doesn't want to move away forever. Neither does Ella. But papa is waiting for them in New York. So Ella and Monkey must board the ship with Mama and...

See more
Tom's magnificent machines  by Linda Sarah

Tom's magnificent machines

Linda Sarah

"A magical, captivating picture book about the power of love between a son and his father. Tom and his dad are good at making things. Their inventions start out simple, but they quickly become bigger, faster, crazier - and they almost always involve ...

See more
I am a bird  by Dana Walrath

I am a bird

Dana Walrath

"A boy and his father enjoy a day at the beach and see how things are connected, as a bird that can fly leads to a fly that will land, that leads to land stretching to the sea."--Provided by publisher.

See more
The honeybee  by Kirsten Hall

The honeybee

Kirsten Hall

"Illustrations and rhyming text follow endangered honeybees through the year as they forage for pollen and nectar, communicate with others at their hive, and make honey."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Tessa takes wing  by Richard Jackson

Tessa takes wing

Richard Jackson

"While everyone else in the family is sleeping, baby Tessa manages to get out of her crib and plays until the rest of the family begins to awaken."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Peppa plays cricket  by Mandy Archer

Peppa plays cricket

Mandy Archer

"It is a very sunny day. Perfect for a game of cricket! Daddy Pig teaches Peppa, George and Suzy Sheep how to play cricket in the garden, followed by the most important part of the game -- taking a break for tea and cake! Everyone loves cricket, espe...

See more
Pup and down!  by Sophie Beer

Pup and down!

Sophie Beer

"Two pups hit the town and create a special kind of puppy mayhem as they embark on an adventure in opposites. Pup and Down is a rollercoaster ride that will have kids squealing with laughter from beginning to end."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Alpha pups!  by Sophie Beer

Alpha pups!

Sophie Beer

"A is for Afghan Hound, B is for Border Collie and C is for Corgi! Explore the alphabet and find your favourite dog breed in this vibrant and refreshing board book from dazzling illustrator Sophie Beer."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Yoga bear  by Sarah Jane Hinder

Yoga bear

Sarah Jane Hinder

"An introduction to the fun and healthy practice of yoga, guides young readers and their caregivers through ten authentic yoga poses named after animals, including sloth, toucan, and crocodile."--Provided by publisher.

See more
That's not my giraffe...  by Fiona Watt

That's not my giraffe...

Fiona Watt

"Babies and toddlers will love turning the pages, touching the feely patches and spotting the familiar little white mouse as they look for their giraffe."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Jane Foster's Halloween  by Jane Foster

Jane Foster's Halloween

Jane Foster

"From jack-o'-lanterns to skeletons, this is a vibrant introduction to the spooky sights of Halloween from leading illustrator and textitle designer Jane Foster."--Back cover.

See more
Birthday baby  by Jane Godwin

Birthday baby

Jane Godwin

"Today is baby's birthday. Here comes baby's friends. Hello! Shy baby. Friendly baby. Sunny baby. Lazy baby. Who else will we meet?"--Provided by publisher.

See more
Ballet bunnies  by Lucy Freegard

Ballet bunnies

Lucy Freegard

"Betty loves dancing. At home, in front of her little sister, Bluebell, she is a wonderful performer. Bluebell loves to clap Betty's pirouettes and plies. However, once Betty is in dance class, her confidence disappears and she feels far less graceful...

See more
Ellie Jelly and the massive mum meltdown  by Sarah Naish

Ellie Jelly and the massive mum meltdown

Sarah Naish

"Ellie Jelly wakes up in a grumpy mood but her mother, busy with baby Grace, is having a bad day, too, and when Ellie accidentally makes a mess, her mother loses her temper."--Provided by publisher.

See more
Eric Carle's book of many things  by Eric Carle

Eric Carle's book of many things

Eric Carle

"Very young children will delight in the vocabulary in this colourful book- filled with familiar and some not-so-well-known aspects of the world."--Cataloguer.

See more
Fly me home  by Polly Ho-Yen

Fly me home

Polly Ho-Yen

Feeling lost and alone in a strange new city, Leelu wishes she could fly away back home - her real home where her dad is, thousands of miles away. London is cold and grey and the neighbours are noisy and there's concrete everywhere. But Leelu is not ...

See more
The Wingsnatchers  by Sarah Jean Horwitz

The Wingsnatchers

Sarah Jean Horwitz

Aspiring inventor and magician's apprentice Felix Carmer III is aided by Grit, a fiery, flightless faerie princess, in winning a magic competition, in exchange for him helping Grit investigate a string of faerie disappearances.

See more
Kitten rescue  by Lucy Daniels

Kitten rescue

Lucy Daniels

With exciting animal rescues and real-life care tips, this is the perfect series for young animal lovers! Animal-mad Amelia is sad about moving house, until she discovers Animal Ark, where vets look after all kinds of animals in need. When they discover...

See more
Nightbooks  by J. A. White

Nightbooks

J. A. White

Alex's original hair-raising tales are the only thing keeping the witch Natacha happy, but soon he'll run out of pages to read from and be trapped forever. He's loved scary stories his whole life, and he knows most don't have a happily ever after. Now...

See more
The turning  by Emily Whitman

The turning

Emily Whitman

"Aran has never truly fit in with his selkie clan. He was born in his human form, without a pelt to transform him into a sleek, strong seal. Each day he waits, left behind while his selkie family explores the deep ocean. What if his pelt never comes?...

See more
Brick building 101  by Courtney Sanchez

Brick building 101

Courtney Sanchez

"With [this book] kids will combine their love of LEGO® bricks with learning about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) in one fun, educational book. Each project includes large, full-color photo instructions ; project preparation ideas...

See more
Isabel and cloud  by Julie Sykes

Isabel and cloud

Julie Sykes

"Isabel loves racing around Unicorn Academy with her wonderful unicorn, Cloud. She can't wait for him to discover his magical power! Someone has cast a bad spell on Sparkle Lake.Isabel and Cloud will have to learn to trust each other as they go on a ...

See more
The haunted mask 2  by R. L Stine

The haunted mask 2

R. L Stine

Steve Boswell gets a mask that looks like a creepy old man. Too bad he's starting to feel so old, so tired, and so evil!

See more
Just breathe  by Andrew Daddo

Just breathe

Andrew Daddo

Hendrix's father has a vision - to see Hendrix run for Australia at the Olympics. Hendrix's days are completely mapped out - what he eats, when he trains, when he sleeps - even the air he breathes. A girl was never meant to part of that vision, es...

See more
Attack of the zombie bunnies  by Steve Barlow

Attack of the zombie bunnies

Steve Barlow

Take on the role of a cartoon hero in this fully interactive, wacky, choose-your-own-destiny adventure story.YOU live in a small, dull town with your ma and pa, and while they are perfectly happy growing fruit and veg for the ever-expanding population,...

See more
Kung fu kitten  by Steve Barlow

Kung fu kitten

Steve Barlow

Take on the role of a cartoon hero in this fully interactive, wacky, choose-your-own-destiny adventure story.YOU live in a small, dull town with your ma and pa, and while they are perfectly happy growing fruit and veg for the ever-expanding population,...

See more
Miss Communication  by Jennifer L. Holm

Miss Communication

Jennifer L. Holm

After finally getting a cell phone, Babymouse tries to increase her popularity in middle school by becoming the queen of social media.

See more
Isadora Moon has a birthday  by Harriet Muncaster

Isadora Moon has a birthday

Harriet Muncaster

Half-fairy, half-vampire Isadora Moon wants a normal human birthday party, but will her parents be able to meet her request?

See more
The kids' turn to cook  by Margaret Brooker

The kids' turn to cook

Margaret Brooker

Provides step-by-step instructions for a variety of recipes, from starters to desserts. Includes notes on safety.

See more
My family divided  by Diane Guerrero

My family divided

Diane Guerrero

"The star of Orange Is the New Black and Jane the Virgin, Diane Guerrero presents her personal story in this middle grade memoir about her parents' deportation and the nightmarish struggles of undocumented immigrants and their American children"--

See more
Pass go and collect $200  by Tanya Lee Stone

Pass go and collect $200

Tanya Lee Stone

"A nonfiction picture book history of Monopoly, one of the world's most famous games" --

See more