NORWAY — The Norway Memorial Library has announced the addition of the following children’s books:

Juvenile nonfiction

Oxlade, Chris, “The Computer”; “A Joyful Christmas”; Martin, Jacqueline Briggs, “The Chiru of High Tibet”; Wells, Robert E., “Why Do Elephants Need the Sun?”; Jenkins, Steve, “How to Clean a Hippopotamus: a Look at Unusual Animals Partnerships”; Engle, Margarita, “Summer Birds: the Butterflies of Maria Merian.”

Also, Montgomery, Sy, “Kakapo Rescue: Saving the World’s Strangest Parrot”; Gewirtz, Elaine Waldorf, “Fetch This Book: Train Your Dog to do Almost Anything”; “Hey, You! Poems to Skyscrapers, Mosquitoes and Other Fun Things”; Macaulay, David, “Built to Last.”

Also, Greenberg, Jan, “Ballet for Martha: Making Appalachian Spring”; Motzko, Mary, “New England Patriots”; Riddles, Libby, “Storm Run: the Story of the First Woman to Win the Iditarod Sled Dog Race”: Hartland, Jessie, “How the Sphinx Got to the Museum”; Freedman, Russell, “The War to End All Wars: World War I.”

Juvenile biography

Cowan, Mary Morton, “Captain Mac: the Life of Donald Baxter MacMillan, Arctic Explorer”; Nelson, S. D. , “Black Elk’s Vision: a Lakota Story”; Young, Jeff C., “Political Profile: Joe Biden.”

Juvenile reference

Szymusiak, Karen, “Beyond Leveled Books: Supporting Early Transitional Readers in Grades K-Five.”

CDs

Alvarez, Julia, “Return to Sender”; “Avi – Iron Thunder: the Battle Between the Monitor and the Merrimac”; Barnhouse, Rebecca, “The Coming of the Dragon”; Carbone, Elisa, “Blood on the River: Jamestown 1607”; Haddon, Mark, “Boom!”; Krull, Kathleen, “Lives of Pirates.”

Also, Lord, Bette Bao, “In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson”; Rinaldi, Ann, “The Fifth of March”; Roy, Ron, “A to Z Mysteries Books O to R,” “A to Z Mysteries Books S to V”; Ryan, Pam Munoz, “Riding Freedom”; Thompson, Emma, “Nanny McPhee Returns”; Thor, Annika, “A Faraway Island.”

CD read-a-alongs

Mosel, Arlene, “Tikki Tikki Tembo”; Titcomb, Gordon, “The Last Train.”

DVDs

“Open Season.”


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