RUMFORD – New children’s books have been added to the shelves of the Rumford Public Library.

Fiction

“High as a Hawk,” T.A. Barron; “I Love the Rain,” Margaret Park Bridges; “Five Green and Speckled Frogs,” Priscilla Burris; “Guji Guji,” Chih-Yuan Chen; “Miss Bridie Chose a Shovel,” Leslie Connor; “Magic Thinks Big,” Elisha Cooper; “Three Wise Old Women,” Elizabeth T. Corbett; “Buster,” Denise Fleming.

Also, “Stanley Goes for a Drive,” Craig Frazier; “Doodler Doodling,” Rita Golden Gelman; “The Cats in Krasinski Square,” Karen Hesse; “Under My Hood I Have a Hat,” Karla Kuskin; “The Best Pet of All,” David LaRochelle .

Also, “Gooney Bird and the Room Mother,” Lois Lowry; “Four Hungry Kittens,” Emily Arnold McCully; “Bound,” Donna Jo Napoli; “Magic Tree House #33: Carnival at Candlelight,” Mary Pope Osborne.

Also, “Magic Tree House # 32: Winter of the Ice Wizard,” Mary Pope Osborne; “An Orange for Frankie,” Patricia Polacco; “Tiger on a Tree,” Anushka Ravishankar; “Away Laughing on a Fast Camel,” Louise Rennison; “Tanka Tanka Skunk!,” Steve Webb.

Nonfiction

“The Champ: The Story of Muhammad Ali,” Tonya Bolden; “D is for Drums: A Colonial Williamsburg ABC,” Kay Chorao; “This Truck,” Paul Collicutt; “Getting Away with Murder: The True Story of the Emmett Till Case,” Chris Crowe.

Also, “The Boy Who Drew Birds: A Story of John James Audubon,” Jacqueline Davies; “The Lost Colony of Roanoke,” Jean Fritz; “Franklin and Eleanor,” Cheryl Harness; “The Right Dog for the Job,” Dorothy Hinshaw Patent; “Emily Post’s the Guide to Good Manners for Kids,” Peggy Post.


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