New Fiction Books for Kids
Hundreds of books are added to the Library's collection each month. Here are the most recent Fiction books for kids.
Music Is A Rainbow
After a tragedy a young boy discovers a connection between music and colors that helps guide him and gives him comfort in times of darkness.
Format: BookView Music Is A Rainbow
The Pout-pout Fish and the Worry-worry Whale
Mr. Fish and Willa Whale are on their way to a birthday party, but Willa is worried about fitting in so Mr. Fish shows her how to overcome her social anxiety by tackling the worries one at a time.
Format: BookView The Pout-pout Fish and the Worry-worry Whale
Up and Down
In three brief episodes about two unlikely friends, Fox talks Chick down from the tree he has climbed, the two go sledding (once they have enough snowflakes), and Chick builds a bookcase.
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Frances in the Country
"A spirited girl visits her cousins in the country for a chance to break free from the clamor and crowd of life in the city."--
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See You Someday Soon
A child imagines ways to connect with their grandmother who lives far way.
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Tomatoes in My Lunchbox
A young girl feels out of place on her first day of school in a new country until she discovers that it only takes one friend to make her new surroundings feel like home.
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Siblings Jack and Anna decide to surprise their father with cupcakes for his birthday, but when ingredients begin falling into the cupcake batter they have no idea how the treats will turn out.
Format: BookView Cupcake Surprise!
The New Puppy
Upon getting a new puppy, siblings Jack and Anna come to experience both the fun and difficult aspects of having a pet.
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The Littlest Airplane
"The little bush plane quietly watches the bigger and faster planes in the sky. But when a storm hits and people are stranded on a forested mountaintop, only one plane can come to the rescue"--
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"Amitra and Kiki get dressed for their siblings' weddings while enduring family nitpicks about lightening cream, sun rays, and the skin-darkening effects of the color yellow. Luckily, Amitra's mother has a lesson or two to teach about that! With the support and empowerment of their moms, the sunflower sisters are two strong, confident South Asian and Nigerian girls finding joy in their own skin"--
Format: BookView Sunflower Sisters