RUMFORD – Rumford Public Library announces new children’s books for July.

Fiction

“I Won’t Go to Bed!,” Andrea Baruffi; “Someday Is Not a Day of the Week,” Denise Brennan-Nelson; “Shakespeare’s Secret,” Elise Broach; “Hoppity Skip Little Chick,” Jo Brown; “One Smart Goose,” Caroline Jayne Church; “What’s the Magic Word?,” Kelly DiPucchio; “Room on the Broom,” Julia Donaldson.

Also, “The Neat Line,” Pamela Duncan Edwards; “I Wished for a Unicorn,” Robert Heidbreder; “Scribbleville,” Peter Holwitz; “I am the Wallpaper,” Mark Peter Hughes; “The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place,” E.L. Konigsburg; “Punk Farm,” Jarrett J. Krosoczka; “The Convicts,” Iain Lawrence; “Day of Tears,” Julius Lester; “Inside, Inside, Inside,” Holly Meade.

Also, “Kensuke’s Kingdom,” Michael Morpurgo; “Hurry and the Monarch,” Antoine O Flatharta; “Project Mulberry,” Linda Sue Park; “While Mama Had a Quick Little Chat,” Amy Reichert; “Meet Wild Boars,” Meg Rosoff; “Russell the Sheep,” Rob Scotton; “Lizette’s Green Sock,” Catharina Valckx; “Pick of the Litter,” Bill Wallace; “I’m a Pig,” Sarah Weeks; “The Search for Belle Prater,” Ruth White; “Tadpole’s Promise,” Jeanne Willis.

Nonfiction

“President George Washington,” David A. Adler; “What’s the Big Secret?: Talking about Sex with Girls and Boys,” Laurie Krasny Brown; “Choppers!,” Susan E. Goodman; “Pizza and Other Stinky Poems,” Amanda Haley; “A Hen, a Chick and a String Guitar,” Margaret Read MacDonald; “Saving the Liberty Bell,” Megan McDonald; “City 123,” Zoran Milich.

Also, “Amazing You: Getting Smart about Your Private Parts,” Gail Saltz; “Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust,” April Pulley Sayre; “The Legend of the Curse of the Bambino,” Dan Shaughnessy; “Gorilla Doctors: Saving Endangered Great Apes,” Pamela S. Turner; “Card Games for Kids,” Adam Ward; “Painting on Rocks for Kids,” Lin Wellford; “Roberto Clemente: Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates,” Jonah Winter.

Board books

“Mama and Me,” Julie Aigner-Clark; “Mrs. Wishy-Washy Makes a Splash!,” Joy Cowley.


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