RUMFORD – The Rumford Public Library announces the children’s books received for October.

Children’s fiction

“Monsieur Saguette and His Baguette,” Frank Asch; “Digby and Kate 1,2,3,” Barbara Baker; “Chasing Vermeer,” Blue Balliett; “The Secret of Castle Cant,” K.P. Bath; “Wallace’s Lists,” Barbara Bottner; “The Crow-girl: The Children of Crow Cove,” Bodil Bredsdorff; “The Trial,” Jen Bryant; “I Love You, Too!,” Eve Bunting; “Little Loon and Papa,” Toni Buzzeo; “Worm gets a Job,” Kathy Caple; “I am Too Absolutely Small for School,” Lauren Child.

Also, “On the Run,” Michael Coleman; “Gregor the Overlander,” Suzanne Collins; “The Weeping Werewolf,” Bruce Coville; “Hunter,” Joy Cowley; “Heartbeat,” Sharon Creech; “Inside Grandad,” Peter Dickinson; “The Choice,” Lynne Ewing; “The Sacrifice,” Lynne Ewing; “The Talisman,” Lynne Ewing; “Eager,” Helen Fox; “Inside Mouse, Outside Mouse,” Lindsay Barrett George; “Iris and Walter and the Substitute Teacher,” Elissa Haden Guest; “Birthday Pony,” Jessie Haas.

Also, “Stick Kid,” Peter Holwitz; “Worlds Afire,” Paul B. Janeczko; “Heck Superhero,” Martine Leavitt; “The Story of Red Rubber Ball,” Constance Levy; “Mama Love,” Kathy Mallat; “Widget and the Puppy,” Lyn Rossiter McFarland; “Indigo’s Star,” Hilary McKay; “Pearl and Wagner: Three Secrets,” Kate McMullan; “Swing Otto Swing!,” David Milgrim; “Tuff Fluff: The Case of Duckie’s Missing Brain,” Scott Nash; “Airborn,” Kenneth Oppel; “Spring’s Sprung,” Lynn Plourde.

Also, “The Wee Free Men,” Terry Pratchett; “Won’t You Be My Kissaroo?” Joanne Ryder; “Loose Tooth,” Lola M. Schaefer; “Lizzy Bright and the Buckminster Boy,” Gary D. Schmidt; “No Laughing, No Smiling, No Giggling,” James Stevenson; “Boing!,” Sean Taylor; “Attack of the Tagger,” Wendelin Van Draanen; “Secret Identity,” Wendelin Van Draanen.

Also, “Cabin on Trouble Creek,” Jean Van Leeuwen; “Chu Ju’s House,” Gloria Whelan; “Buttermilk Hill,” Ruth White; “Blue Fingers: A Ninja’s Tale,” Cheryl Whitesel; “I Lost My Tooth!,” Hans Wilhelm; “The Pigeon Finds a Hot Dog!,” Mo Willems; “Spider-Man: The Movie Storybook”; “Fire Kids!: The Adventures of Hose Company No. 2,” Karen Yoder; “Jason and the Gorgon’s Blood,” Jane Yolen.

Children’s nonfiction

“The Usborne Book of Face Painting,” Chris Caudron; “Rainbow Soup,” Brian P. Cleary; “The Turn-around, Upside Down Alphabet Book,” Lisa Campbell Ernst; “Kids Knitting,” Melanie Falick; “The Quilting Bee,” Gail Gibbons; “Albino Animals,” Kelly Milner Halls; “Kids Draw: Cats, Kittens, Lions and Tigers,” Christopher Hart; “Kids Draw: Knights, Kings, Queens and Dragons,” Christopher Hart.

Also, “You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You: Very Short Fairy Tales to Read Together,” Mary Ann Hoberman; “Actual Size,” Steve Jenkins; “Miracle: The True Story of the Wreck of the Sea Venture,” Gail Langer Karwoski; “Rachel Carson: Preserving a Sense of Wonder,” Thomas Locker; “The Kid Who Named Pluto,” Marc McCutcheon; “The Beach Patrol,” John O’Brien.

Also, “All New Crafts for Halloween,” Kathy Ross; “The Best Birthday Parties Ever!,” Kathy Ross; “Crafts to Make in the Summer,” Kathy Ross; “Star-spangled Crafts,” Kathy Ross; “King O’ the Cats,” Aaron Shepard; “Clever Beatrice and the Best Little Pony,” Margaret Willey.


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