New children’s books listed at Paris library


PARIS — The Paris Public Library recently added the following children’s books to its collection. For more information or to reserve a title, call the library at 743-6994 or e-mail [email protected]

Board books

Jeannie Brett,”Little Maine”; Doreen Cronin,”Click Clack 123″; Doreen Cronin, “Click Clack ABC”; Jane Yolen, “How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Cats,” “How Do Dinosaurs Love Their Dogs.”

Picture books

Chris Barton, “Shark vs. Train”; Barbara Bottner, “Miss Brooks Loves Books and I Don’t”; Jan Brett, “The Easter Egg”; Brian Cleary, “Punctuation Station”; Elisha Cooper, “Farm”; Pamela Duncan Edwards, “While the World is Sleeping”; Scott Fischer, “Jump!”; Emily Gravett, “Dogs”; Kevin Henkes, “My Garden”; Peter McCarty, “Henry in Love”; Anne Mortimer, “Bunny’s Easter Egg”; Laura Numeroff, “Happy Easter Mouse.”

Also, Laura Numeroff, “The Jellybeans and the Big Book Bonanza”; Tao Nyeu, “Bunny Days”; Jane O’Connor, “Fancy Nancy: Every Day is Earth Day”; Jane O’Connor, “Fancy Nancy: Poet Extraordinaire”; Amy Rosenthal, “The Wonder Book”; Ian Schoenherr, “Don’t Spill the Beans”; Joyce Sidman, “Red Sings from Treetops”; Marilyn Singer, “Mirror Mirror: a Book of Reversible Verse”; Deborah Underwood, “The Quiet Book”; Jack Urbanovic, “Sitting Duck”; Nancy Wallace, “Planting Seeds”; Melane Watt, “Chester’s Masterpiece”; Mo Willems, “Cat the Cat: Who is That,” “I Am Going,” “Lets Say Hi to Friends Who Fly”; Dan Yaccarino, “Lawn to Lawn”; Ned Young, “Zoomer.”

Juvenile fiction

Tony Abbott, “Knights of the Ruby Wand”; Hilari Bell, “Players Ruse”; Frank Cottrell Boyce, “Cosmic”; Meg Cabot, “Glitter Girls and the Great Fake Out”; Henry Cole, “Nest for Celeste”; Whoopi Goldberg, “Perfectly Prima: Sugar Plum Ballerinas”; Jacqueline Greene, “Secrets at Camp Nokomis: a Rebecca Mystery”; Kristin Gregory, “Blizzard on Blue Mountain,” “Clue at the Bottom of the Lake,” “Secret of the Junkyard Shadow,” “The Haunting of Hillside School,” “The Legend of Skull Cliff,” “The Secret of Robbers Cave.”

Also, Dan Gutman, “Miss Laney is Zany”; Shannon Hale, “Calamity Jack”; Charise Mericle Harper, “Just Grace and the Snack Attack”; Geoffrey Hayes, “Benny and Penny in the Toy Breaker”; Polly Horvath, “Northward to the Moon”; Erin Hunter, “Fading Echoes,” “Last Wilderness,” “Toklo’s Story”; Diana Wynne Jones, “Enchanted Glass”; Elizabeth Cody Kimmel, “Scaredy Kat,” “Unhappy Medium”; Gordan Korman, “The Emperor’s Code.”

Also, Kathryn Lasky, “Coming of Hoole,” “Exile,” “First Collier,” “Golden Tree,” “Outcast,” “River of Wind,” “The Hatchling,” “To be a King,” “War of the Ember”; Lois Lowry, “Birthday Ball”; Mike Lupica, “The Batboy”; Mike Lupica, “Two Minute Drill”; Megan McDonald, “Stink: Solar System Superhero”; Mary Pope Osborne, “Leprechaun in Late Winter”; Philip Reeve, “Mothstorm”; Kathryn Reiss, “Puzzle of the Paper Daughter: a Julie Mystery”; Jason Shiga, “Meanwhile: Pick Any Path”; Geronimo Stilton, “Karate Mouse,” “Singing Sensation”; Thea Stilton, “Thea Stilton and the Ghost of the Shipwreck”; R.L. Stine, “Little Shop of Hamsters”; Wendie Van Draanen, “Gecko and Sticky Sinister Substitute”; Maryrose Wood, “The Mysterious Howling.”

Juvenile nonfiction

Brian Cleary, “But and For, Yet and Nor: What is a Conjunction,” “Stroll and Walk, Babble and Talk: More About Synonyms”; Joanna Cole, “Magic School Bus and the Climate Change”; Lee Bennett Hopkins, “Sharing the Seasons: a Book of Poems”; Barbara Kerley, “The Extraordinary Mark Twain”; Seymour Simon, “Global Warming”; “Ready Set Grow.”