Spring heralds the arrival of many new fabulous picture books in the Youth Services Department. We have received loads of new picture books and as much as I would love to share a little sneak peek of each one with you, unfortunately I do not have the time nor the space...so I thought I would share a few of my new favorites with you.
Ten Naughty Little Monkeys by Suzanne Williams
The littlest monkey gets its revenge in this version of the counting rhyme featuring monkeys engaged in a variety of playful activities.
My Little Grandmother Often Forgets by Reeve Lindbergh
Tom's grandmother is very forgetful and repeats herself often, but as long as he is there to help her, everything works out just fine
Scaredy Squirrel by Melanie Watt
Meet Scaredy Squirrel, a squirrel who never leaves his nut tree because he's afraid of the unknown "out there." But then, something unexpected happens that may just change his outlook.
The Boy Who Was Raised by Librarians by Carla Morris
Melvin discovers that the public library is the place where he can find just about anything--including three librarians who help in his quest for knowledge.
The Dumpster Diver by Janet Wong
Once a month--and every week in the summer--Steve the electrician dons special gear and, with the help of youngsters who live in his building, dives into a dumpster seeking useful objects that they can transform into imaginative new ones.
We are constantly receiving new picture books and if you promise to keep reading them, I promise to keep writing about them.