The Pout-Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark ($16.99) by Deborah Diesen, illus. by Dan Hanna, is a follow-up to The Pout-Pout Fish. (2-5)

Ernest, the Moose Who Doesn’t Fit ($15.99) by Catherine Rayner. Ernest and his chipmunk friend must find a way for the large moose to fit on this book’s pages. (2-6)

The Trucker ($16.99) by Barbara Samuels. What happens when a boy asks for a truck for his birthday but receives a mischievous kitten instead? (3-6)

Me and You ($16.99) by Anthony Browne is an urban retelling of Goldilocks’ tale. (4-8)

Soar, Elinor! ($16.99) by Tami Lewis Brown is the story of Elinor Smith, who at 17 became the youngest licensed pilot in the U.S. (4-8)

The Twenty-Four Days Before Christmas ($12.99) by Madeleine L’Engle, illus. by Jill Weber, is a Christmas storybook about the Austin family. (4-8)

The Secret Cave ($16.99) by Emily Arnold McCully tells the true story of the four boys who discovered the caves of Lascaux. (6-9)

Ellie Ever ($15.99) by Nancy Ruth Patterson, illus by Patty Weise. When Ellie and her mother lose everything in a hurricane, they get a chance at a new life on a horse farm in Virginia. (7-10)

Sophie Simon Solves Them All ($14.99) by Lisa Graff, illus. by Jason Beene. A girl genius discovers that helping classmates teach their clueless parents a lesson enables her to solve problems of her own. (8-10)

Sky Sailors ($18.99) by David L. Bristow explores the early years of human flight in balloons, from 1783 to the early 1900s. (9-13)

One Square Inch ($16.99) by Claudia Mills. Cooper and his sister find refuge from chaos and neglect at home in the invented country of Inchland. (10-14)

The Properties of Water ($16.99) by Hannah McKinnon. When 12-year-old Lace’s older sister is paralyzed, Lace feels responsible. (10-14)

Saraswati’s Way ($15.99) by Monika Schroder is about a 12-year-old boy with a gift for math, who leaves his home in rural India in search of a better education. (10-14)

Dirt Road Home ($16.99) by Watt Key is a companion to Alabama Moon. (10-14)

My Fake Boyfriend Is Better Than Yours ($15.99) by Kristina Springer. Two seventh-grade frenemies battle it out using their made-up boyfriends. (11-14)

Solitary: Escape from Furnace 2 ($14.99) by Alexander Gordon Smith is a sequel to Lockdown. (12-up)

Edges ($16.99) by Lena Roy. Two teens, battling addiction and grief, figure out how to let go of the past and embrace the future. (12-up)

Shutout ($16.99) by Brendan Halpin. Starting high school causes two best friends to have a falling-out. (12-up)

The Interrogation of Gabriel James ($16.99) by Charlie Price. Eyewitness to two killings, a teen reveals the story behind the murders in a police interrogation. (13-up)

The Beginner’s Guide to Living ($16.99) by Lia Hills is a debut novel from an Australian author about grief, ideas, and life-changing moments. (14-up)


Rex Zero adds Rex Zero, The Great Pretender by Tim Wynne-Jones ($16.99, 8-13).


Madlenka, Soccer Star ($16.99) by Peter Sís. The heroine of Madlenka and Madlenka’s Dog imagines she’s a soccer star using the city sidewalks as her field. (4-8)

There Are No Scary Wolves ($16.99) by Hyewon Yum. A boy is afraid of wolves without his mother, but is braver when she holds his hand. (4-8)

The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester ($15.99) by Barbara O’Connor. Owen knows a secret that leads to a summer adventure with his two best friends. (8-12)


Cooking with Henry and Elliebelly ($16.99) by Carolyn Parkhurst, illus. by Dan Yaccarino, is a story about sibling dynamics. (2-5)

A Pirate’s Guide to First Grade ($16.99) by James Preller, illus. by Greg Ruth. On his first day of school, a boy imagines he’s accompanied by pirates. (3-6)

Miss Lina’s Ballerinas ($16.99) by Grace Maccarone, illus. by Christine Davenier. Eight ballerinas must learn to adapt in order to welcome a ninth dancer. (3-6)

Jake Goes Peanuts ($16.99) by Michael Wright is a companion to Jake Stays Awake and Jake Goes to School. (4-7)

TUMBLE! ($12.99) by Maria van Lieshout. When Tumble the polar bear finds a blanket in the snow, he learns the importance of sharing. (4-8)

Wherever You Are, My Love Will Find You ($16.99) by Nancy Tillman celebrates the everlasting love between parents and children. (4-8)

School! Adventures at the Harvey N. Trouble Elementary School ($12.99) by Kate McMullan, illus. by George Booth, is a tale of an unorthodox school, written in puns. (5-9)

For Horse-Crazy Girls Only ($14.99) by Christina Wilsdon, illus. by Alecia Underhill, is a guide to horse gear, vocab, sports, movies, and more. (7-12)

Doodlebug ($14.99) by Karen Romano Young. In her doodle journal, a girl recounts moving to a new city and starting in a new school. (8-12)

The Kneebone Boy ($16.99) by Ellen Potter. Children from an eccentric family visit their aunt by the sea and combat a monster who is half-boy, half-animal. (9-12)

The Haunting of Charles Dickens ($17.99) by Lewis Buzbee, illus. by Greg Ruth. A girl enlists Dickens’s help to find her missing brother. (10-14)

Livvie Owen Lived Here ($16.99) by Sarah Dooley. As autistic 14-year-old Livvie and her family face eviction because of Livvie’s destructive behavior, she tries to save her family from being uprooted. (10-14)

Selling Hope ($16.99) by Kristin O’Donnell. As Halley’s Comet approaches Chicago, a girl sells an “anti-comet” pill to make enough money to leave her traveling vaudeville troupe. (10-14)

Halo ($16.99) by Alexandra Adornetto launches a trilogy about three angels sent to bring good into the world. (12-up)

The Marbury Lens ($17.99) by Andrew Smith. After he escapes a harrowing trauma in California, Jack travels to London, where a stranger gives him a pair of sunglasses that are windows to a terrible world. (14-up)


Spray ($9.99) by Harry Edge. A school tradition—a contest involving water pistols—takes a dark turn. (11-up)


Banana! ($12.99) by Ed Vere. In this nearly wordless tale, two monkeys learn to share a banana. (1-4)

Sleepy, Oh So Sleepy ($16.99) by Denise Fleming shows how different animals fall asleep at night. (2-5)

Ducking for Apples ($16.99) by Lynne Berry, illus. by Hiroe Nakata, is this duo’s fourth book about five ducklings. (3-5)

Albertine’s Got Talent! ($16.99) by Shena Power, illus. by Madeleine Valentine, is a debut picture book about a girl trying to find her special talent. (3-7)

My First Readers: Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? ($8.99 each) by Bill Martin, Jr., illus. by Eric Carle, reformat these books for children just learning to read. (4-7)

100 Ways to Celebrate 100 Days ($16.99) by Bruce Goldstone. A photographic presentation of 100 ways to celebrate the 100th day of school. (4-8)

Socksquatch ($14.99) by Frank W. Dormer. Socksquatch wants some socks to keep his feet warm, but none of his friends can help. (4-8)

Love That Kitty! ($12.99) by Jeff Jarka is a companion to Love That Puppy! (4-8)

A Wish for Elves ($12.99) by Mark Gonyea is a holiday tale about an overwrought kid who needs a little help during the holidays. (5-up)

Lucy the Good ($16.99) by Marianne Musgrove explores one child’s temper and how she begins to get it under control. (7-10)

A Finders-Keepers Place ($16.99) by Ann Haywood Leal centers on a can-do older sister who’s desperate for help while searching for her father. (9-12)

Haunted Houses ($16.99) by Robert D. San Souci, illus. by Kelly Murphy and Antoine Revoy. Ten tales about untraditional haunted houses. (9-12)

Under the Green Hill ($16.99) by Laura L. Sullivan is a debut middle-grade fantasy about six children who find themselves plunged into the middle of a fairy war. (9-12)

King of Ithaka ($16.99) by Tracy Barrett. A YA retelling of Homer’s Odyssey, told from the point of view of Telemachus, Odysseus’s son. (12-up)

The House of Dead Maids ($16.99) by Clare B. Dunkle weaves Brontë family history and a ghost story into a prelude to Wuthering Heights. (12-up)

Hold Me Closer, Necromancer ($16.99) by Lish McBride. In this fantasy, Sam learns that he’s a necromancer, falls in love, and saves Seattle. (14-up)

The Winds of Heaven ($16.99) by Judith Clarke is a story of a friendship between two young women and the small tragedies that tear them apart. (14-up)

Nicholas Dane ($17.99) by Melvin Burgess portrays a teenager’s struggle to survive a system of corruption and violence. (14-up)

The Second Base Club ($16.99) by Greg Trine is a YA debut about a high school sophomore looking for love. (14-up)


Big Hairy Drama by Aaron Reybolds, illus. by Neil Numberman, joins Joey Fly, Private Eye ($16.99, 7-9).


A Plane Goes Ka-Zoom! ($15.99) by Jonathan London, illus. by Denis Roche. A boy imagines himself as a pilot flying across the sky. (2-5)

I’m 3! Look What I Can Do ($10.99) by Maria Carluccio follows a boy and girl through a day of many first accomplishments. (2-5)

Soup Day ($12.99) by Melissa Iwai. On a cold, snowy day, a girl and her mother prepare vegetable soup. (2-5)

Cool Robots ($12.99) by Sean Kenney. This follow-up to Cool Cars and Trucks shows how to build LEGO robots. (4-8)

Birdy’s Smile Book ($16.99) by Laurie Keller. Birdy and her dog explore the subject of smiling. (5-8)

A Joyful Christmas: A Treasury of New and Classic Songs, Poems, and Stories for the Holiday ($19.99) by James Ransome collects modern and classic Christmas poems, stories, and songs. (5-8)

The Adventures of Granny Clearwater and Little Critter ($16.99) by Kimberly Willis Holt, illus. by Laura Huliska-Beith. This Wild West tall tale follows Granny and Little Critter Clearwater’s adventures after getting thrown off their family’s wagon. (5-9)

Eggs Over Evie ($16.99) by Alison Jackson, illus. by Tuesday Mourning. Coping with her new family situation, 12-year-old Evie takes a cooking class and forms unexpected friendships. (8-12)

Guitar Boy ($16.99) by M.J. Auch. Homeless, penniless, and only 13, Travis tries to survive off of his singing and guitar playing skills. (9-14)

My Life as a Book ($16.99) by Janet Tashjian, illus. by Jake Tashjian. A “reluctant reader” has to go to summer Learning Camp instead of goofing around at home. (7-14)

Girl, Stolen ($16.99) by April Henry. A blind teen must outwit her kidnappers to get out alive. (12-up)


Piper Reed: Campfire Girl by Kimberly Willis Holt, illus. by Christine Davenier, is a new Piper Reed story ($15.99, 8-11).


The Last Train ($16.99) by Gordon M. Titcomb, illus. by Wendell Minor, is based on a song celebrating the railroad’s golden age. (1-3)

Last Song ($10.99) by James Guthrie, illus. by Eric Rohmann, offers a picture-book interpretation of this poem about a family of squirrels retiring after a playful day. (3-6)

Gathering Sparks ($16.99) by Howard Schwartz, illus by Kristina Swarner. A retelling of a legend about the creation of the world and how human beings can help repair it. (3-8)

It’s a Book ($12.99) by Lane Smith. A monkey and a jackass discuss what a book can and can’t do. (6-up)

Danger & Diamonds ($14.99) by Elizabeth Levy, illus by Mordicai Gerstein, launches a series about a girl named Phillipa who lives and solves mysteries aboard a giant cruise ship. (7-12)

The Life and Opinions of Amy Finawitz ($16.99) by Laura Toffler-Corrie. Eighth grader Amy is distraught about her best friend moving to the middle of nowhere. (10-13)

The Mourning Wars ($18.99) by Karen Steinmetz. In this work of historical fiction, a girl is captured by Mohawks and raised as one of their own. (12-up)

Maxine Banks Is Getting Married ($16.99) by Lori Aurelia Williams. Maxine pretends to be pregnant in order to convince her mother that she needs to marry her boyfriend. (14-up)


The Treasure Keepers by Chris Mould joins the Something Wickedly Weird line ($12.99, 10-14).



Adventures in Cartooning Activity Book ($7.99) by James Sturm, Andrew Arnold, and Alexis Frederick-Frost, is a companion to Adventures in Cartooning. (6-10)

The Unsinkable Walker Bean ($13.99) by Aaron Renier. In this graphic novel, Walker is thrust into a swashbuckling adventure when his grandfather falls ill. (9-up)

Brain Camp ($16.99) by Susan Kim and Laurence Klavan, illus. by Faith Erin Hicks, is a graphic novel about two misfits at a summer camp that is filled with zombies and aliens. (12-up)


Stable ($17.99) by Ted Lewin is a picture book about a historic stable in New York City. (5-9)

Arlington ($17.99) by Chris L. Demarest tells the story of Arlington National Cemetery. (6-10)

Ballet for Martha ($17.99) by Jan Greenberg and Sandra Jordan, illus. by Brian Floca, is a picture book about the making of Martha Graham’s “Appalachian Spring.” (6-10)

Skywalkers ($18.99) by David Weitzman tells the story of the Mohawk Indian ironworkers who built some New York landmarks. (10-14)

The Notorious Benedict Arnold ($18.99) by Steve Sheinkin is a biography of Benedict Arnold for teens. (11-14)


America Bowl ($8.99) by Don Steinberg. U.S. presidents and Super Bowl champs go head-to-head. (8-12)


The Red Hen ($16.99) by Ed and Rebecca Emberley. This follow-up to Chicken Little retells another classic tale. (3-7)

Grandma’s Smile ($15.99) by Randy Siegel, illus. by DyAnne DiSalvo. A boy goes in search of his grandmother’s missing smile. (4-8)

There’s a Princess in the Palace ($19.99) by Zoe Alley, illus by R.W. Alley, is a picture book retelling of classic princess fairy tales. (4-8)

Brains for Lunch: A Zombie Novel in Haiku?! ($15.99) by K.A. Holt, illus. by Gahan Wilson. Told in haiku, this tells of a school attended by zombies and humans. (9-14)

Scrawl ($16.99) by Mark Shulman is a YA novel about a bully, told from the bully’s point of view. (12-up)


Bad Kitty is back in Bad Kitty vs. Uncle Murray by Nick Bruel ($13.99, 7-10).



Radiance ($7.99) by Alyson Noël launches a series starring the younger sister of Ever from the Immortals series. (9-12)

(IPG/Trafalgar Square, dist.)Paperback
Crusade ($8.99) by Elizabeth Laird. Two boys of different faiths reconsider their beliefs during the 12th-century European crusade to conquer Jerusalem. (9-12)
Paperback Series
Cosmo by Gwyneth Rees introduces Cosmo and the Secret Spell ($7.99, 7-9). Rees's Fairy Dust adds Fairy Secrets ($7.99, 7-9). And The Science of... by Georgina Phillips offers Ouch! ($5.99, 7-11).

(New Leaf, dist.)
Smoky and the Feast of Mabon ($16.95) by Catherynne Valente, illus. by W. Lyon Martin. A girl discovers the meaning of the Wiccan holiday of Mabon. (4-8)

Being Me: A Kid's Guide to Boosting Confidence and Self-Esteem ($14.95, paper $9.95) by Wendy Moss, offers confidence-inspiring advice. (8-13)
Many Ways to Learn: A Kid's Guide to Understanding LD ($14.95, paper $9.95) by Judith Stern and Uzi Ben Ami, illus. by Carl Pearce, describes various learning disabilities. (8-13)
The No-Name Club's Not-So-Official Guide to Solving Your Problems ($14.95, paper $9.95) by Sandra McLeod Humphrey follows a group of preteens as they develop problem-solving skills. (8-13)
Understanding Myself: A Kid's Guide to Intense Emotions and Strong Feelings ($14.95, paper $9.95) by Mary Lamia discusses understanding and managing emotions. (8-13)
Applying to College for Students with ADD or LD: A Guide to Keep You (and Your Parents) Sane, Satisfied, and Organized Through the Admission Process ($14.95) by Blythe Grossberg provides tips on navigating the college admission process. (13-18)

Tea Time ($7.99) by Karen Rostoker-Gruber, illus. by Viviana Garofoli. In this board book, a girl has a tea party with her mother and teddy bear. (1-3)
Little Red Riding Hood ($17.99), retold and illus. by Gennady Spirin, presents this classic. (3-7)
Little Fox Goes to the End of the World ($16.99) by Ann Tompert, illus. by Laura J. Bryant. Little Fox tells her mother all she'll see and do on her travels. (3-7)
Principal Fred Won't Go to Bed ($16.99) by Carolyn Crimi, illus. by Donald Wu. The principal can't go to sleep until he finds his beloved teddy. (3-7)
Goodnight, Little Monster ($16.99) by Helen Ketteman, illus. by Bonnie Leick. A young monster gets ready for bed. (4-8)
Sneezy the Snowman ($16.99) by Maureen Wright, illus. by Stephen Gilpin. Kids rebuild a snowman whenever he begins to melt. (4-8)
Polar Opposites ($16.99) by Erik Brooks depicts the friendship between a penguin and a polar bear. (4-8)
Fair Cow ($16.99) by Leslie Helakoski. Effie learns what it takes to be a cow at the state fair. (4-8)
Tip-Tap Pop ($17.99) by Sarah Lynn, illus. by Valeria Docampo. Can Emma help her aging grandfather remember how to dance? (4-9)
Frankie Stein Starts School ($15.99) by Lola M. Schaefer, illus. by Kevan Atteberry. Frankie shows his classmates that he can be the scariest of all. (5-8)
Eliza's Kindergarten Pet ($15.99) by Alice B. McGinty, illus. by Nancy Speir. A kindergartner saves the day when the class guinea pig gets loose. (5-8)
Medio Pollito: A Spanish Tale ($17.99) by Eric A. Kimmel, illus. by Valeria Docampo. The protagonist discovers that, though he is half chick, he has a whole heart. (5-8)
Michelle Obama: First Mom ($17.99) by Carole Boston Weatherford, illus. by Robert T. Barrett, is a picture-book biography. (5-8)
Cakes and Miracles: A Purim Tale ($17.99) by Barbara Diamond Goldin, illus. by Jaime Zollars. A dream gives a blind boy the confidence to make hamentashen for Purim. (5-8)
The Year Without a Santa Claus ($16.99) by Phyllis McGinley, illus. by John Manders. Santa takes his first vacation in 1,000 years. (6-9)
My Teacher Is a Dinosaur: And Other Prehistoric Poems, Jokes, Riddles and Amazing Facts ($17.99) by Loreen Leedy focuses on early life on earth. (8-10)
Alexander the Great ($19.99) by Demi is an illustrated biography. (9-12)
Sonia Sotomayor: Supreme Court Judge ($17.99) by Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, illus. by Thomas Gonzalez, presents a biography of this justice. (8-12)
An Eyeball in My Garden: And Other Spine-Tingling Poems ($15.99) by Jennifer Cole Judd and Laura Wynkoop, illus. by Johan Olander, compiles poems about things that go bump in the night. (8-12)
Teen Cuisine ($22.95) by Matthew Locricchio, photos by James Peterson, provides recipes for teenage chefs. (12-up)
Beatle Meets Destiny ($16.99) by Gabrielle Williams. While dating his sister's best friend, a boy recovering from a stroke falls in love with someone else. (13-up)
Cloaked in Red ($15.99) by Vivian Vande Velde collects eight parodies of the Little Red Riding Hood story. (12-up)
MindBlind ($15.99) by Jennifer Roy. A boy with Asperger's syndrome proves he's a genius. (12-up)
Soccerland ($16.99) by Beth Choat. An athlete competes for a shot at a U.S. junior national soccer team. (12-up)
The Silver Sea ($17.99) by Julia Golding. After a raid by enemies, a teen accompanies her Viking leader father on a quest for revenge. (12-up)
Pinwheel Books adds 10 Little Hot Dogs by John Himmelman ($12.99, 3-6); Tickle, Tickle! Itch, Twitch! by Julie Olson ($12.99, 3-7); and Hero Dad by Melinda Hardin, illus. by Bryan Langdo ($12.99, 3-8). Ogg and Bob star in Meet Mammoth and Life with Mammoth by Ian Fraser, illus. by Mary Ann Fraser ($14.99 each, 6-8). And Marshall Cavendish Classics presents Hey, Dollface by Deborah Hautzig and Wart, Son of Toad by Alden R. Carter ($16.99 each, 13-up).
Title in Spanish
Sonia Sotomayor: Jueza de la Corte Suprema (Sonia Sotomayor: Supreme Court Justice) by Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, illus. by Thomas Gonzalez ($17.99, 8-12).
The Sound That Jazz Makes ($7.99) by Carole Boston Weatherford, illus. by Eric Velasquez, examines the history and legacy of jazz. (6-9)
Purim Play ($6.99) by Roni Schotter, illus. by Marylin Hafner. Children stage a holiday play featuring Queen Esther. (4-7)
Paperback in Spanish
Manolito Gafolas (Manolito Four-Eyes) by Elvira Lindo, trans. by Joanne Moriarty, illus. by Emilio Urberuaga ($6.99, 8-12).

(IPG/Trafalgar square, dist.)
Off With Their Heads!: All the Cool Bits in British History ($11.99) by Martin Oliver, illus. by Andrew Pinder, spotlights events in Britain's history. (9-12)

(PGW, dist.)
The Hole in the Wall ($16.95) by Lisa Rowe Fraustino. Sebby discovers that mysterious activities in his town are connected to his favorite hiding spot. (8-12)
The Crepe Makers' Bond ($16.95, paper $8) by Julie Crabtree tells of three eighth-grade girls and the food that brings them together. (10-14)

Paperback Series
New Giant Coloring and Activity Books are Lisa Frank Giant Coloring and Activity Book; The Smurfs Giant Coloring and Activity Book; and Zhu Zhu Pets Giant Coloring and Activity Book ($2.99 each, 3-up). And Super Coloring and Activity Books with Handle issues Lisa Frank Super Coloring and Activity Book with Handle ($7.99, 3-up).

(BookMasters, dist.)
Trouble on the Voyage ($10.95) by Bob Barton. A boy on an Arctic expedition in 1631 must struggle to survive when the ship is caught in ice. (9-12)
Warbird ($9.95) by Jennifer Maruno tells the story of Etienne, a boy from Quebec, who learns the ways of Aboriginal peoples in 1647. (9-12)
No More Dragons ($9.95) by Rie Charles. Struggling at home and in school, Alex finds the self-confidence to stand up for himself. (11-13)
True Colours ($9.95) by Lucy LeMay Cellucci. Zoe, a teenage animal rights advocate, fights against a cosmetic company's shady practices. (12-15)

The Classic Collection of Childhood Wonders: Favorite Adventures, Stories, Poems and Songs for Making Lasting Memories ($19.95) by Susan Magsamen compiles familiar tales and nursery rhymes. (3-8)
National Geographic Little Kids Big Book of Animals ($14.95) by Catherine D. Hughes offers an introduction to wildlife. (4-8)
National Geographic Kids Animal Atlas ($18.95) is an animal reference. (5-8)
Animal Pop! ($14.95) launches a series featuring pop-ups. (7-9)
National Geographic Kids The Ultimate Dinopedia: Your Illustrated Reference to Every Dinosaur Ever Discovered ($24.95) by Don Lessem spotlights 125 species. (7-10)
Great Migrations: Whales, Wildebeests, Butterflies, Elephants and Other Amazing Animals on the Move ($18.95) by Elizabeth Carney ties into a National Geographic TV special. (8-12)
Mummies: Embalmed, Dried, Sealed, Drained, Frozen, Stuffed, Tanned, Wrapped and Smoked and We're Dead Serious! ($17.95) by Chris Sloan is a compendium of mummy facts. (8-12)
The Making of America, Revised Edition ($29.95) by Robert D. Johnson, is an updated version of this chronicle of American history. (10-up)
Unraveling Freedom: The Battle for Democracy on the Homefront During World War I ($19.95) by Ann Bausum includes first-person stories about happenings in the U.S. during this war. (10-up)
Lost Boy, Lost Girl: Escaping Civil War in Sudan ($15.95) by John Bul Dau and Martha Akech with Michael Sweeney and Karen Kostyal. Witnesses report on famine and war in southern Sudan. (12-up)
Jump into Science introduces Rocks and Minerals by Steve Tomecek ($16.95, 4-8).
National Geographic Kids Action Journal ($12.95) suggests ways to help readers explore the world around them. (12-up)
Paperback Series
Picture the Seasons presents Winter Wonderland by Jill Esbaum ($5.95, 4-8). Bats! by Elizabeth Carney and Planes by Amy Shields are new National Geographic Readers ($3.99 each, 5-7). Weird but True! continues with Weird but True! 2 ($6.95, 6-up). National Geographic Readers Great Migrations offers Animal Journeys; Butterflies; Elephants; and Whales by Laura Marsh ($3.99 each, 7-9). And Science Fair Winners releases Junkyard Science and Experiments to Do on Your Family by Karen Romano Young ($12.95 each, 11-14).

Paperbacks in Spanish
"¿Qué pasa en mi cuerpo?" Libro para muchachas ("What's Happening to My Body?" Book for Girls) and "¿Qué pasa en mi cuerpo?" Libro para muchachos ("What's Happening to My Body?" Book for Boys) by Lynda Madaras with Area Madaras ($12.95 each, 10-up).

The Fairytale Trilogy ($24.95) by Valerie Gribben centers on a character, half-fairy and half-human, who travels between two magical worlds. (10-15)

(O'Reilly Media, dist.)
The Unofficial Lego Technic Idea Books: Gears, ... Vehicles, and ... Walkers ($24.95 each) by Isogawa Yoshihito outline ideas for building projects. (7-up)
The Book of Scratch ($29.95) by Howard Abrams and Matt Barringer offers a kid-friendly project-based approach to learning how to use Scratch programming language. (8-up)
The Art of NXT-G Programming ($29.95) by Terry Griffin explains how to create programs for Lego robots. (10-up)
The Unofficial Lego Mindstorms NXT 2.0 Inventor's Guide ($29.95) by David J. Perdue presents instructions for building and programming robots. (10-up)
The Manga Guide to the Universe ($19.95) by Kenji Ishikawa, Kiyoshi Kawabata, Yutaka Hiiragi, and Verte Corp. Three girls learn about astronomy and the universe. (12-up)
The Manga Guide to Relativity ($19.95) by Masafumi Yamamoto, Keita Takatsu, Hideo Nitta, and Trend-Pro Co. Ltd. discusses the theory of relativity. (12-up)

Silent Night, Holy Night Book and Advent Calendar ($9.95) by Joseph Mohr, illus. by Maja Dusíková, is a miniature holiday book and reusable Advent calendar. (All ages)
Rainbow Fish Gift of Sharing ($14.95) by Marcus Pfister. A little fish finds a sparkling gem. (1-up)
Bedtime in the Forest ($16.95) by Kazuo Iwamura. The squirrel family from the Hooray series finds it difficult to stay awake all night to play with owl friends. (3-8)
My Wish Tonight: What Children Wish ($12.95), selected by Päivi Stalder, illus. by Iris Wolfermann, compiles wishes kids shared on a radio program. (3-8)
Uncle Rabbit's Busy Visit ($16.95) by Christa Kempter, illus. by Frauke Weldin. Wally and Mae have very different responses to Uncle Rabbit's take-charge approach. (3-8)
I Won't Comb My Hair! ($16.95) by Annette Langen, illus. by Frauke Bahr. Tanya's wild hair will not be tamed. (3-8)
The Somebody for Me ($16.95) by Minako Chiba. A lonely doll waits for someone special to love her. (3-8)
The Star Child ($16.95) by the Brothers Grimm, illus. by Bernadette Watts. A poor child's selfless love is rewarded. (3-8)
Oscar and the Very Hungry Dragon ($16.95) by Ute Krause. A clever boy persuades a dragon that it's better to eat steak than a scrawny child. (4-8)
Brava, Mimi! ($16.95) by Helga Bansch introduces a ballerina who wants to be a star. (4-8)
The Curious Little Witch ($16.95) by Lieve Baeten centers on a witch who's on a quest to fix her broken broom. (4-8)
Advent Elf ($16.95) by Päivi Stalder, illus. by Barbara Korthues. An elf who jumps out of an Advent wreath requests help getting home. (4-8)
A Child Is Born ($16.95) by Marc-Alexander Schulze illustrates the Nativity story. (6-up)
Pinocchio ($16.95) by Carlo Collodi, illus. by Quentin Gréban. Watercolors illustrate this tale. (6-up)
The Fairy Tale of the World ($16.95) by Georg Büchner and Jürg Amann, illus. by Käthi Bhend, offers a bleak vision of the world and its place in the universe. (12-up)

The Ways I Will Love You ($9.95) by Rachel Boehm, illus. by Mary Jane Gerber. A mother tells her newborn the ways she will love him as he grows up. (4-8)
Richard Was a Picker ($19.95) by Carolyn Beck, illus. by Ben Hodson. A boy's nose-picking habit leads to big trouble. (4-8)
TreeSong ($19.95) by H.E. Stewart presents the song of the Sitka spruce. (4-8)
Pierre's Friends ($19.95) by Andrea Beck. A lonely pampered poodle sets out to find his pals. (4-8)
The Patched Heart ($19.95) by H.E. Stewart. The power of friendship helps heal a brave puppy. (4-8)
Great Lakes & Rugged Ground ($19.95) by Sarah Harvey and Leslie Buffam, illus. by Kasia Charko, provides a history of Ontario. (4-8)
Gool ($18) by Maurice Gee. Xantee and Loo seek the Dog King Tarl's help to destroy the gool. (12-18)
Orca Currents adds Fast Slide by Melanie Jackson, Slick by Sarah Cassidy, The Snowball Effect by Deb Loughead, and Cheat by Kristin Butcher ($16.95 each, paper $9.95, 10-14). Orca Soundings gains Cellular by Ellen Schwartz, Knifepoint by Alex Van Tol, Masked by Norah McClintock, and Sea Change by Diane Tullson ($16.95 each, paper $9.95, 12-18).
The Sea Wolves: Living Wild in the Great Bear Rainforest ($18.95) by Ian McAllister and Nicholas Read spotlights coastal wolves in British Columbia. (8-12)
Liars and Fools ($9.95) by Robin Stevenson. Mourning the loss of her mother, Fiona resists the idea of moving on with her life. (8-12)
Silver Rain ($9.95) by Lois Peterson. Will a dance marathon solve a family's financial problems during the Depression? (8-12)
Death Benefits ($12.95) by Sarah N. Harvey. When Royce is hired to look after his elderly grandfather, he discovers that aging, though difficult, can be fun. (12-18)
The Book of Trees ($12.95) by Leanne Lieberman. Visiting Israel, Mia learns of the history of Jews in Palestine and questions her Zionist aspirations. (12-18)
Written in Blood ($12.95) by John Wilson. In the 1870s, a young man searches the Arizona Territory and northern Mexico for the father who abandoned him. (12-18)
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Joining Orca Echoes are Smuggler's Cave by Sonya Spreen Bates, illus. by Kasia Charko, and Adventures at Camp Lots-o-Fun by Marilyn Helmer, illus. by Mike Deas ($6.95 each, 7-9). Orca Young Readers offers Colette and the Silver Samovar by Nancy Belgue, Last Loon by Rebecca Upjohn, and Cursed! by Maureen Bush ($7.95 each, 8-11). And Orca Sports issues Fly Away by Nora Rock and Squeeze by Rachel Dunstan Muller ($9.95 each, 10-18).
Paperbacks in French
Les Casse-Cous (Daredevil Club) by Pam Withers, L'effet manga (Manga Touch) by Jacqueline Pearce, Frapée par la foundre (Struck) by Deb Loughead, and A fond la planche! (Grind) by Eric Walters ($9.95 each, 10-14).
Paperback Series in Spanish
Soundings in Spanish offers Al límite (Grind) by Eric Walters and Respira (Breathless) by Pam Withers ($9.95 each, 12-18).

We Want You to Know ($19.95) by Deborah Ellis. Students from nine to 19 discuss their experiences with bullying. (12-18)
Crow Boy ($7.95) by Maureen Bush. Josh accidentally loses a magical ring that allows access to another world. (8-13)
The Secret of the Stone Circle ($8.95) by Judith Silverthorne. Visiting her father in Scotland, Emily journeys back in time with the help of a magic mirror. (9-12)
Year of the Golden Dragon ($9.95) by B.L. Sauder. A Chinese girl and two brothers visiting China must accept a task set for them 2,000 years earlier. (11-15)
Molly's Cue ($12.95) by Alison Acheson. When she faces a hurdle after auditioning for a school play, Molly questions her lifelong dream of being an actor. (12-15)
Face Off ($12.95) by Maureen Ulrich centers on a high school girl who plays hockey. (13-15)
Fishtailing ($14.95) by Wendy Phillips collects four teens' poems about teen violence, bullying, and the quest to fit in. (14-18)

Lorimer Sports Stories offers Kayak Combat by Eric Howling ($16.95, paper $9.95, 9-13). New Recordbooks are Something to Prove: The Story of Hockey Tough Guy Bobby Clarke by Nicole Mortillaro; Big League Dreams: Baseball Hall of Fame's First African-Canadian, Fergie Jenkins by Richard Brignall ($16.95 each, paper $9.95, 11-18); and Winning Gold: Canada's Incredible 2002 Olympic Victory in Women's Hockey by Laura Schultz Nicolson ($16.95, paper $9.95, 12-18). SideStreets adds Skin Deep by Sandra Diersch and Gerri London and Scab by Robert Rayner ($16.95 each, paper $9.95, 12-17).
Paperback Series
Streetlights gains Libby's Got the Beat by Robert Rayner and No TV? No Fair! by Karin Adams ($8.95 each, 8-12).

The City Speaks in Drums ($19.95) by Shauntay Grant depicts urban music and dance, rhythm and rhyme. (4-8)
Lobster in My Pocket ($8.95) by Deirdre Kessler, illus. by Brenda Jones. Lee rescues a talking lobster and keeps him in her pocket. (3-8)
Lobster Fishing on the Sea ($8.95) by Maureen Hull, illus. by Brenda Jones, is a story incorporating information about lobstering and marine life. (4-8)
Keep Out! ($8.95) by Hélène Boudreau, illus. by Diane Lucas. When the nest of piping plovers is destroyed, two brothers search for the culprits. (6-9)
The Dread Crew ($12.95) by Kate Inglis. Eric hunts for pirates after he finds mysterious objects with skull-and-crossbones markings. (8-12)
The Fossil Hunter of Sydney Mines ($10.95) by Jo Yhard. A strange note sparks a chain of events that turns Grace and her friends into detectives. (8-14)

The Littlest Monkey ($9.95) by Sarah Turner spotlights a young Japanese macaque. (4-8)

City Kids ($17.95) by X.J. Kennedy is a poetry collection. (8-11)
Roxy ($12.95) by PJ Reece. Coping with her own terrible secret, Roxy unravels mysteries surrounding her family history. (13-18)
Henry Chow and Other Stories ($12.95) by Paul Yee, Evelyn Lau, et al., is an anthology of short fiction by new and established authors. (14-17)

Freddy's Hockey Hero ($10.95) by Susan Chalker Browne. Freddy attends a hockey game determined to meet his hero, Billy Binkle. (4-8)
Peter's Christmas Eve Adventure ($10.95) by Betty Organ, illus. by Shawn Martin. In Newfoundland, Peter helps Santa when his sled breaks. (4-8)

(IPG/Trafalgar Square, dist.)
Katie and the Waterlily Pond: A Magical Journey Through Five Monet Masterpieces ($15.99) by James Mayhew. A girl explores five Monet paintings and paints her own picture for a gallery competition. (3-5)

(IPG/Trafalgar Square, dist.)
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The Roman Mysteries continues with The Legionary from Londinium and Other Mini-Mysteries by Caroline Lawrence ($10.99, 12-14).

(Sterling, dist.)
Me & You: Girls Aloud, ... Justin Bieber, and ... Lady Gaga ($12.95 each) by Posy Edwards profile these singers. (9-up)
Miley Cyrus: Continue to Climb ($12.95) by Posy Edwards spotlights this performer. (9-up)

(PGW, dist.)
Where Are You, Bear? ($17.95) by Frieda Wishinsky, illus. by Sean L. Moore, is an alphabet tale about a girl and her missing teddy. (3-5)
Why? ($19.95) by Catherine Ripley, illus. by Scot Ritchie, answers questions children submitted to chickaDEE Magazine. (3-7)
Animal Babies ($24.95) by Pascale Hédelin, illus. by Stéphanie Herrbach. A lift-the-flap look at young animals. (4-up)
Sir Seth Thistlethwaite and the Soothsayer's Shoes ($14.95, paper $7.95) by Richard Thake, illus. by Vince Chui, launches a series about two friends' adventures in an imaginary world. (7-10)
My Beastly Book of Silly Things ($12.95) by Vincent Boudgourd lets kids scribble, doodle, and reconfigure more than 150 silly scenarios. (4-up)

(PGW, dist.)
How Football Works ($22.95, paper $10.95) by Keltie Thomas, illus. by Stephen MacEachern, examines the players, plays, and science of this sport. (8-12)
Who Wants Pizza?: The Kids' Guide to the History, Science & Culture of Food ($22.95, paper $10.95) by Jan Thornhill presents facts about foods eaten in various cultures. (9-13)
On a Medieval Day: Story Voyages Around the World ($24.95, paper $15.95) by Rona Arato, illus. by Peter Ferguson, collects nine stories about life in the Middle Ages. (9-13)
Canadian Flyer Adventures introduces Make It Fair! by Frieda Wishinsky ($17.95, paper $7.95, 6-9).

See You Later, Escalator: Rhymes for the Very Young and I've Got a Poem for You ($11.95 each), compiled by John Foster, are illustrated poetry collections. (3-up)
All the People: A History of U.S. Since 1945, Fourth Edition ($19.95, paper $15.95) by Joy Hakim updates this history of contemporary America. (10-up)
Oxford Children's Classics adds Frankenstein by Mary Shelley and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen ($9.95 each, 8-up).
Oxford Children's Dictionary ($18.95) includes more than 20,000 entries. (8-up)

Lauren and the Leaky Pail ($15.99) by Bob Fuller. Creativity and hard work help Lauren win a gardening contest in this debut book of the Costume Trunk Adventures. (3-up)

Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue ($9.99) by Bob Hilgenberg and Rob Muir, illus. by Sara Storino and Roberta Zanotta, is a comic adaptation of a Disney DVD. (6-11)
Tinker Bell and the Day of the Dragon by Augusto Machetto, Catlotta Quattrocolo, Giulia Conti, and Theresa Radici, illus. by Elisabetta Melaranci and Emilio Urbano, is the third in the Disney Fairies series ($12.99, paper $7.99, 6-11). Smurfs debuts with The Purple Smurfs and The Smurfs and the Magic Flute by Peyo (each $10.99, $5.99 paper, 7-11). Geronimo Stilton adds Who Stole the Mona Lisa? by Geronimo Stilton ($9.99, 7-11). Vampire Slayer by Stefan Petrucha and Sarah Kinney, illus. by Sho Murase, is the first of the Nancy Drew The New Case Files series ($10.99, paper $6.99, 8-12). The Hardy Boys The New Case Files begins with Crawling with Zombies by Gerry Conway, illus. by Paulo Henrique ($10.99, paper $6.99, 8-12). Papercutz Slices introduces Harry Potter and the Deathly Boring by Petrucha, illus. by Rick Parker ($10.99, paper $6.99, 10-up). And Wickeder by Petrucha and Jim Salicrup, illus. by Parker and Diego Jourdan, joins Tales from the Crypt ($10.99, paper $6.99, 10-up).

The Dragon Slayers: The Essential Training Guide for Young Dragon Fighters, Based Wholly on the Practices of the Great Dragon Slayers of Old, and on the Wisdom of Their Ancient Manual ($17.99) by Sir Wyvern Pugilist, illus. by Roger Snure, is a manual for aspiring dragon slayers. (8-11)


That’s When I’m Happy by Beth Shoshan, illus. by Jacqueline East; and If Big Can...I Can by Shoshan, illus. by Petra Brown ($TBD) are bedtime tales. (4-6)

Thank You for Being My Friend ($TBD) by Peter Bently, illus. by Gill McLean. Are there monsters in Cleo’s shadowy new bedroom? (5-8)

Magical Christmas Stories ($TBD), illus. by Caroline Pedler, is a holiday treasury. (5-8)


New Disney Padded Magical Storybooks are Lion King, Dumbo, 101 Dalmatians, and Pinocchio ($TBD, 3-6). Disney Night Light offers Awesome Stars and Beautiful Bedtime Dreams ($TBD, 4-6). Sesame Street Activity Center issues ABCs and All About Me ($TBD each, 5-8). I Love Animals welcomes Cutie Kitty, Fluffy Bunny, Perfect Puppy, and Pretty Pony ($TBD, 5-8). Joining Storybook Treasuries are Grandma’s Magical Stories and Magical Christmas Tales ($TBD, 5-8). And Sesame Street Crafts offers Christmas Crafts ($TBD, 5-8).

Boxed Sets adds Letter to Santa Box Set ($TBD, 5-8); and Boys’ Stuff Vanity Case and Me! Me! Me! Vanity Case ($TBD, 6-9). Discovery Kids Encyclopedias presents My First Dinosaur Encyclopedia ($TBD, 6-9). Ultimate Activity Workstations releases 100 Things to Make and Do, Best Ever Things to Draw, and Time to Learn ($TBD, 6-9). The Most Awesome Handbook and My Locker Book are new Locker Books ($TBD, 6-9). Make Stuff introduces I Made It Myself and Super Cute ($TBD, 6-9). And Lenticular Children’s Reference adds six books, including Children’s Animal Encyclopedia, Children’s Ocean Life Encyclopedia, and Human Body ($TBD, 7-10).

Ten Christmas Sheep ($12.95) by Jan Godfrey. This holiday board book introduces counting. (3-5)
Saints and Their Stories ($19.95) by Maria Loretta Giraldo collects illustrated biographies of 18 saints. (7-10)
The Christmas Activity Book ($10.95) by Sally Ann Wright includes press-out Christmas cards, activities, and puzzles. (5-8)
Starring Francie O'Leary and No Room for Francie ($6.95 each) by Maryann Macdonald are stories starring a second-grade girl. (6-8)
Saint Bernadette: The Miracle of Lourdes and Saint Joan of Arc: Quest for Peace ($8.95 each) by Brunor and Dominique Bar are profiles of these saints in graphic-novel format. (8-10)
Paperback Series
Catholic Quick Reads offers Celebrate the Season!: Twelve Short Stories for Advent & Christmas and Goodness Graces!: Ten Short Stories About the Sacraments, edited by Diane M. Lynch ($7.95 each, 8-11). And Encounter the Saints greets Saint Andre Bessette by Kathryn James Hermes and Patricia Edward Jablonski ($7.95, 9-12).
Yes, Jesus Loves You ($14.95) by Heather Tietz presents a lullaby featuring God's creation. (up to 4)
My Bedtime Angel and My Morning Angel ($7.95 each) by Cat Darens are board books featuring prayers. (2-5)
Peek-a-boo Jesus! and A Peek-a-Boo Christmas! ($8.95 each) by Loretta Oakes introduce games of peek-a-boo. (2-3)

About Raptors: A Guide for Children ($16.95) by Cathryn Sill, illus. by John Sill, focuses on predatory birds. (3-7)
The Blue House Dog ($15.95) by Deborah Blumenthal, illus. by Adam Gustavson. A boy and a stray dog learn to trust again after becoming friends. (4-8)
Immi's Gift ($15.95) by Karin Littlewood. An Inuit girl receives a trinket from a faraway friend. (4-8)
Mr. President Goes to School ($15.95) by Rick Walton, illus. by Brad Sneed. The U.S. president returns to his former elementary school. (4-8)
Three Scoops and a Fig ($15.95) by Sara Laux Akin, illus. by Susan Kathleen Hartung. A girl whose family owns an Italian restaurant whips up a recipe of her own. (4-8)
Ol' Bloo's Boogie-Woogie Band and Blues Ensemble ($16.95) by Jan Huling, illus. by Henri Sørensen, retells "The Bremen Town Musicians." (6-10)
Astra ($14.95) by Chris Platt. A horse-loving girl's overprotective father tries to stop her from fulfilling her dream. (8-12)
Hide and Seek ($15.95) by Katy Grant. A boy on a high-tech treasure hunt inadvertently stumbles into the middle of a crime. (8-12)
Suspect ($16.95) by Kristin Wolden Nitz. Jen attempts to solve a mystery from the past involving her mother's disappearance. (8-12)
Title in Spanish
14 vacas para America (14 Cows for America) by Carmen Agra Deedy, illus. by Thomas Gonzalez ($17.95, 4-8).
Paperback Series
Fred Bowen Sports Stories continues with Throwing Heat by Bowen ($5.95, 8-12).

(North Light Books, dist.)
Paperback Series
1-2-3 Draw adds Draw Plus Math: Enhance Math Learning Through Art Activities by Freddie Levin ($8.99, 6-up).

The Kvetch Who Stole Hanukkah ($16.99) by Bill Berlin and Susan Isakoff Berlin, illus. by Peter Welling. A grumpy kvetch schemes to steal Hanukkah. (All ages)
The Night Before Christmas in Africa ($16.99) by Jesse, Hannah, and Carroll Foster, illus. by Jean Christodoulou, celebrates a South African Christmas. (All ages)
Dinosaur's Night Before Christmas by Jim Harris; Cop's Night Before Christmas by Officer Michael Harrison, illus. by David Miles; Lawyer's Week Before Christmas by Joseph Justice, illus. by Salima Alikhan; and Musher's Night Before Christmas by Tricia Brown, illus. by Deb Dubac ($16.99 each), offer spins on this holiday poem. (All ages)
The Ghouls Come Haunting One by One ($16.99) by Tom McDermott, illus. by Liz McGrath, is a rhyming counting tale. (up to 5)
Glubbery Gray, the Knight-Eating Beast ($16.99) by Brent Kenyon, illus. by Jesse Labbe. A beast follows eight knights journeying to a castle. (5-8)
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Bugs ($16.99) by Johnette Downing tells of a woman who gulps down all sorts of bugs. (5-8)
Ocean Commotion: Caught in the Currents ($16.99) by Janeen Mason. Searching for a new shell, a hermit crab encounters marine life. (5-8)
The Gigantic Sweet Potato ($16.99) by Diane de Las Casas, illus. by Marita Gentry. Everyone on the farm helps pull a sweet potato out of the garden. (5-8)
Cathy Williams, Buffalo Soldier ($16.99) by Sharon Solomon, illus. by Doreen Lorenzetti, is a biography of this woman buffalo soldier. (5-8)
Leonardo's Monster ($16.99) by Jane Sutcliffe, illus. by Herb Leonhard. Young Leonardo da Vinci creates a horrible monster. (5-8)
The Magic of Giving ($16.99) by Marc Dunston, illus. by Katie Cantrell. Marc performs magic to win a talent contest and help a friend in need. (5-8)
Bodie & the Burnt Orange Sunset ($17.99) by Rick King, illus. by Mario Rivera. A longhorn becomes the mascot of the University of Texas at Austin. (5-8)

Three Little Kittens ($1llus. by Jerry Pinkney, illustrates this rhyme. (3-5)
The Nutcracker ($16.99) by Alison Jay presents the story of this ballet. (3-5)
Snowmen All Year ($16.99) by Caralyn Buehner, illus. by Mark Buehner. A boy dreams of a snowman friend who stays with him all year. (3-5)
Keena Ford and the Secret Journal Mix-Up ($15.99) by Melissa Thomson. A second-grader accidentally leaves her journal at a mean classmate's apartment. (5-8)
Betti on the High Wire ($16.99) by Lisa Railsback. A girl living in an abandoned circus camp in a war-torn country is adopted by an American couple. (8-12)
Scumble ($16.99) by Ingrid Law is a companion to the Newbery Honor–
winning Savvy. (8-12)
The Rise and Fall of Mt. Majestic ($16.99) by Jennifer Trafton. A girl discovers that the rising and falling mountain on her island is actually a giant's belly. (8-12)
Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells ($16.99) by Cameron Tuttle. After an election changes the social hierarchy at her high school, Paisley saves a girl's reputation. (12-up)
Extraordinary ($17.99) by Nancy Werlin. Phoebe makes friends with two visitors from the faerie realm who come to collect on an age-old debt. (12-up)
The Jumbee ($17.99) by Pamela Keyes retells The Phantom of the Opera with a Caribbean twist. (12-up)
Three Quarters Dead ($16.99) by Richard Peck. Kerry begins receiving text messages from three schoolmates who died in a car accident. (12-up)
Five Flavors of Dumb ($16.99) by Antony John. Piper must get a rock band a gig even though she cannot hear their music. (12-up)
Sapphique ($17.99) by Catherine Fisher is a sequel to Incarceron. (12-up)
Charlie and Lola return in I Really, Really Need Actual Ice Skates by Lauren Child ($16.99, 3-5). Pearl and Wagner star in Four Eyes by Kate McMullan ($15.99, 5-8). And Dragonbreath adds Curse of the Were-Wiener by Ursula Vernon ($12.99, 8-12).

The World of Christopher Robin ($25.99) by A.A. Milne collects the poems Now We Are Six and When We Were Very Young. (All ages)
The World of Pooh ($25.99) by A.A. Milne compiles 20 Pooh tales. (All ages)
The Snow Dog's Journey ($16.99) by Loretta Krupinski. The snow dog built by two children goes on a journey with the Frost King. (3-5)
Holler Loudly ($16.99) by Cynthia Leitich Smith, illus. by Barry Gott. Holler's loud voice keeps getting him into trouble. (3-5)
This School Year Will Be the BEST! ($16.99) by Kay Winters. On the first day of school, classmates share what they'd most like to happen during the year. (5-8)
Lost Boy: The Story of the Man Who Created Peter Pan ($17.99) by Jane Yolen, illus. by Steve Adams, profiles author J.M. Barrie. (5-8)
Fearless: The Story of Racing Legend Louise Smith ($16.99) by Barb Rosenstock, illus. by Scott Dawson, centers on this individual, who paved the way for women in car racing. (5-8)
Super Snow Day Seek and Find ($16.99) by Michael Garland. On a snow day, Tommy finds a note from his aunt promising a surprise if he follows hidden clues. (5-8)
The Winnie-the-Pooh Cookbook ($19.99) by Virginia H. Ellison collects more than 50 recipes. (7-up)
Ghost Dog Secrets ($16.99) by Peg Kehret. Rusty deals with multiple threats after saving an abused dog. (10-up)
A Tale Dark and Grimm ($16.99) by Adam Gidwitz. Hansel and Gretel leave their own story to enter eight other classic tales. (10-up)
Around the World in 100 Days ($16.99) by Gary Blackwood. Picking up where Around the World in Eighty Days left off, this stars the son of Phileas Fogg. (10-up)
Blindsided ($16.99) by Priscilla Cummings. A teen discovers that she will lose her sight in a few months. (12-up)
Fear: 13 Stories of Suspense and Horror ($16.99), edited by R.L. Stine, collects tales by familiar horror writers. (12-up)
Matched ($17.99) by Ally Condie. In this launch novel of a dystopian trilogy, Cassia doubts whether the person that the Society has chosen for her is her ideal mate. (12-up)
Anna and the French Kiss ($16.99) by Stephanie Perkins. Anna finds romance at her new boarding school in Paris. (12-up)
Grace ($16.99) by Elizabeth Scott. A girl raised to be a suicide bomber in a near-future dystopia is on the run after refusing to die for the cause. (14-up)
Skippyjon Jones gains Skippyjon Jones Presto-Change-o Edition by Judy Schachner ($17.99, 3-5). Encyclopedia Brown is back in Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Secret UFO by Donald J. Sobol ($16.99, 8-12). And The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod concludes with Twelfth Grade Kills by Heather Brewer ($16.99, 12-up).

My First Christmas Carols ($5.99) by Tomie dePaola illustrates eight songs. (3-5)
Nutcracker Twinkle Toes ($8.99) by Karen Katz is a touch-and-feel board book starring toddler ballerinas. (3-5)
Dinosaur Train offers Buddy's World ($5.99, 3-5). Disney Classic Pooh issues Pooh Loves ($5.99, 3-5); Weather by Pippa Shaw and Very Grand Things: A Search-and-Find Book ($7.99 each, 3-5); and Grand Adventures by Laura Dollin ($9.99, 6-8), all illus. by Andrew Grey. Ladybug Girl returns in Ladybug Girl Loves... by David Soman and Jacky Davis ($5.99, 3-5). Super WHY!, based on the TV series created by Angela C. Santomero, releases Alpha Pig's Alphabet Adventure! ($4.99, 3-5). Angelina Ballerina stars in The Nutcracker Sweet, inspired by the series by Katharine Holabird, illus. by Helen Craig ($9.99, 5-8). Dick and Jane are back in Dick and Jane and Vampires by Laura Marchesani, illus. by Tommy Hunt ($9.99, 5-up). Frankly, Frannie reappears in Check, Please! by AJ Stern, illus. by Doreen Mulryan Marts ($12.99, paper $4.99, 6-8). And Villains: A Pop-Up Storybook joins Star Wars: The Clone Wars ($24.99, 8-12).
Paperback Series
Angelina Ballerina offers Angelina's New Dance ($4.99, 3-5); and Angelina's New School ($3.99, 3-5), inspired by the series by Katharine Holabird, illus. by Helen Craig. Charlie and Lola issues I Am Inventing an Invention ($3.99, 3-5). Dinosaur Train gains I Am a T. Rex! ($3.99, 3-5). Disney Classic Pooh introduces Mind Your Manners by Samantha Brooke and Pooh's Snowy Day by Lauren Cecil, both illus. by Andrew Grey ($3.99 each, 3-5). Max and Ruby return in Costume Fun!: A Lift-the-Flap Book ($5.99, 3-5). The Penguins of Madagascar has seven additions ($3.99-$5.99 each, 3-5 to 8-12). Sticker Stories adds Sing a Song of Stickers, illus. by Gary LaCoste ($4.99, 3-5). Strawberry Shortcake stars in four new titles ($4.99-$5.99 each, 3-5). And Super WHY!, based on the TV series created by Angela C. Santomero, continues with Attack of the Eraser: A Comic Book Adventure by Samantha Brooke ($4.99, 3-5) and Sticker Stories: The Big Game ($5.99, 3-5).
Joining All Aboard Reading are Hockey Hotshots: Young Stars of the NHL by Steele Filipek; Hurricanes: Weathering the Storm by Benjamin Hojem, illus. by Stephen Marchesi; and Pardon That Turkey: How Thanksgiving Became a Holiday by Susan Sloate, illus. by Christian Slade ($3.99 each, 6-8). Batman: The Brave and the Bold, created by Bob Kane, introduces Evil Under the Sea! by Kirsten Mayer ($3.99, 6-8) and Pick Your Path #1: Trapped in Time by Tracey West ($3.99, 7-9). Chaotic issues Sticker Stories: OverWorld Sticker Stories ($5.99, 6-8); UnderWorld Ambush, adapted by Jake Black ($3.99, 6-8); The M'arrillian Chronicles: The Khilaian Sphere by Aaron Rosenberg ($6.99, 8-12); and The Ultimate Guide to All Things Chaotic by Black ($9.99, 8-12). Magic Puppy releases School of Mischief by Sue Bentley, illus. by Angela Swan ($4.99, 6-8). Ruth Heller's Designs for Coloring offers Leaves, illus. by Heller ($4.99, 6-8). And Star Wars: The Clone Wars adds three volumes ($3.99-$6.99 each, 6-8 to 8-12).
George Brown, Class Clown debuts with Super Burp!; Trouble Magnet; and World's Worst Wedgie by Nancy Krulik, illus. by Aaron Blecha ($4.99 each, 7-9). Gladiator Boy starts up with A Hero's Quest; Escape from Evil; Stowaway Slaves; and The Rebels' Assault by David Grimstone, illus. by James de la Rue ($4.99 each, 7-9). Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo is back in Super Special: Don't Be Such a Turkey! by Nancy Krulik, illus. by John & Wendy ($4.99, 7-9). Melissa J. Morgan's Camp Confidential gains In It to Win It ($4.99, 8-12). Disney Club Penguin introduces five books ($6.99-$12.99 each, 8-12). Launching Splurch Academy for Disruptive Boys are The Rat Brain Fiasco and Curse of the Bizarro Beetle by Julie Gardner Berry and Sally Faye Gardner ($6.99 each, 8-12). Who Was...?, created by Nancy Harrison, welcomes Who Was Jackie Robinson? by Gail Herman, illus. by John O'Brien; Who Was Jim Henson? by Joan Holub, illus. by Harrison; and Who Was Rosa Parks? by Yona Zeldis McDonough, illus. by Stephen Marchesi ($4.99 each, 8-12). And Love Struck joins Bedeviled by Shani Petroff, illus. by J. David McKenney ($6.99, 10-up).

Morganville Vampires continues with Ghost Town by Rachel Caine ($17.99, 12-up).
Almost to Die For ($9.99) by Tate Hallaway launches the Vampire Princess of St. Paul series, starring a half-witch/half-vampire 16-year-old. (12-up)
Paperback Series
Geek High offers Revenge of the Geek by Piper Banks ($9.99, 12-up).

Old Bear and His Cub ($16.99) by Olivier Dunrea. When Old Bear catches a cold, Little Bear makes him feel better. (3-5)
Up and Down ($16.99) by Oliver Jeffers is a companion to Lost and Found. (3-7)
My Little Train ($15.99) by Satomi Ichikawa. After dropping off his other passengers, Little Train takes Little Kangaroo on an adventure. (3-8)
Bella and Stella Come Home ($16.99) by Anika Denise, illus. by Christopher Denise. Bella and her imaginary friend adjust to living in a new home. (3-8)
Elsie's Bird ($17.99) by Jane Yolen, illus. by David Small. After her mother's death, a Boston girl discovers the beauty of the Nebraska prairie. (5-8)
The Junkyard Wonders ($17.99) by Patricia Polacco. Trisha discovers that her class at school is an odd but brilliant group. (6-9)
Bloody Horowitz ($12.99) by Anthony Horowitz collects harrowing stories. (10-up)
Hero ($17.99) by Mike Lupica. Billy learns that his father was a superhero—and he has inherited his powers. (10-up)
Nightshade ($17.99) by Andrea Cremer. Calla's destiny is to mate with the alpha male of her shape-shifting wolf pack, but a human boy vies for her heart. (14-up)
Ranger's Apprentice releases Halt's Peril by John Flanagan ($17.99, 10-up). And T.A. Barron's Merlin's Dragon gains Ultimate Magic ($19.99, 10-up).

Build a Snowman, 1,2,3! ($6.99) by Megan Bryant, illus. by Jillian Phillips. In this counting tale, Max and Ella make a snowman. (3-5)
Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel ($7.99), illus. by Amy Cartwright, offers this classic song. (3-5)
Love Is Hidden All Around ($5.99) by Julee Williams, illus. by Janell Genovese. Hearts are hidden on the pages of this book about love. (3-5)
Many Marvelous Monsters ($5.99) by Ed Heck. Monsters display their skills during a talent show. (3-5)
A Vampire Is Coming to Dinner! 10 Rules to Follow ($7.99) by Pamela Jane, illus. by Pedro Rodriguez. A boy devises rules for dealing with a vampire dinner guest. (3-5)
Everyone Needs a Friend ($9.99) by Dubravka Kolanovic. Jack the wolf is lonely living alone, but his visitor poses new problems. (6-8)
The Mr. Men Show releases Mr. Messy's Messy Meal ($6.99, 3-5).
H Is for Haunted Houses: A Halloween Alphabet Book ($4.99) by Tanya Lee Stone, illus. by Scott Burroughs, offers a Halloween ABC. (3-5)
Your Body: Boogers and All ($7.99) by Philip Ardagh, illus. by Mike Gordon, rounds up facts about bodily functions. (7-9)
Growing Money: A Complete Investing Guide for Kids ($8.99) by Gail Karlitz and Debbie Honig is a guide to finances. (8-12)
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Mr. Men and Little Miss return in Little Miss Christmas Sticker Activity Book and Mr. Christmas Sticker Activity Book ($4.99 each, 3-5), and Mr. Men: A Christmas Carol and Mr. Men: The Night Before Christmas ($3.99 each, 3-5), originated by Roger Hargreaves and written and illus. by Adam Hargreaves. Megamind offers I Am Megamind by Sierra Harimann ($3.99, 6-8); Make Your Own Comic Sticker Book ($6.99, 6-8); Victory at Last by Judy Katschke ($4.99, 6-8); and Megamind: The Novel by Lauren Alexander ($4.99, 7-9). And Mad Libs by Roger Price and Leonard Stern adds The Electric Company Mad Libs, Megamind Mad Libs, Totally Pink Mad Libs, and We Wish You a Merry Mad Libs ($3.99 each, 8-12); and P.S. I Love Mad Libs: Ultimate Box Set ($12.99, 8-12).

Joy to the World ($24.99) by Tomie dePaola compiles three of the author's Christmas stories. (All ages)
Tomie dePaola's Book of Bible Stories 20th Anniversary Edition ($27.99) by Tomie dePaola is an illustrated collection of 37 tales. (All ages)
Jan Brett's Little Library ($23.99) includes The Mitten, The Hat, and Gingerbread Baby. (up to 2)
The 3 Little Dassies ($17.99) by Jan Brett presents a twist on The Three Little Pigs. (3-5)
Santa Duck and Santa Duck and His Merry Helpers ($12.99 each) by David Milgrim are tales about a duck who becomes Santa's helper. (3-5)
The 12 Days of Christmas ($16.99) by Rachel Isadora. This rendition of the carol is set in Africa and features a rebus-style text. (3-5)
The Wild Christmas Reindeer 20th Anniversary Edition ($17.99) by Jan Brett offers a new edition of this holiday story. (3-5)
Can't Wait Till Christmas ($17.99) by Mike Huckabee, illus. by Jed Henry. Desperately hoping for a football, Mike opens his presents early—and later regrets it. (4-8)
Hope for Haiti ($16.99) by Jesse Joshua Watson. A boy finds solace and hope in a soccer game after Haiti's recent earthquake. (4-8)
Trixie and Jinx ($16.99) by Dean Koontz, illus. by Janet Cleland, is a follow-up to I, Trixie, Who Is Dog. (5-8)
Pecan Pie Baby ($16.99) by Jacqueline Woodson, illus. by Sophie Blackall. Not quite everyone is excited about a new baby's impending arrival. (5-8)
I Wanna New Room ($16.99) by Karen Kaufman Orloff, illus. by David Catrow. Alex can no longer stand sharing a room with his obnoxious younger brother. (5-8)
Benjamin Franklinstein Lives! ($12.99) by Matthew McElligott and Larry Tuxbury, illus. by McElligott. Victor discovers that Benjamin Franklin was put into suspended animation and hidden away in his basement for 200 years. (8-12)
The Dead Boys ($16.99) by Royce Buckingham. A deadly tree draws Teddy into an alternative reality. (8-12)
The Grimm Legacy ($16.99) by Polly Shulman. In a rare items library, Elizabeth discovers a secret room filled with items from Brothers Grimm tales. (10-up)
The Julian Game ($16.99) by Adele Griffin reveals the perils of using a fake identity to make friends. (12-up)
Pegasus ($18.99) by Robin McKinley tells of the close bond between Sylvi and her Pegasus. (12-up)
Factotum ($19.99) by D.M. Cornish concludes the Foundling's Tale trilogy. (12-up)
Violence 101 ($16.99) by Denis Wright. Hamish believes that violence is the solution to all obstacles in life. (14-up)
Eric Hill's Spot stars in Spot's Balloon ($9.99, 1-3); Spot's First Numbers and Spot's First Words ($7.99 each, 1-3); and Spot's Harvest ($5.99, 3-5). Almost Zero by Nikki Grimes, illus. by R. Gregory Christie, is a new Dyamonde Daniel Book ($10.99, 7-9). Yours Truly, Lucy B. Parker issues Sealed with a Kiss by Robin Palmer ($15.99, Puffin paperback $6.99, 9-up). And The Youngest Templar welcomes Orphan of Destiny by Michael P. Spradlin ($17.99, 10-up).

The Missing Golden Ticket and Other Splendiferous Secrets ($4.99) by Roald Dahl, illus. by Quentin Blake, presents a missing chapter from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (8-12)
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Jeff Corwin Junior Explorer releases in A Whale of a Time! by Jeff Corwin ($4.99, 6-8).

The Secret Language of Birthdays Teen Edition ($19.99) by Alicia Thompson. This adaptation of the adult book provides astrological info. (10-up)
The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May, & June ($16.99) by Robin Benway. Three sisters share a bond and special powers that help them through tough times. (12-up)
The Eternal Ones ($18.99) by Kirsten Miller. Is the man Haven thinks may have been her lover in a past life actually a murderer? (12-up)
The Replacement ($17.99) by Brenna Yovanoff. Though he lives among humans, Mackie comes from a dark underworld. (12-up)
Virals ($17.99) by Kathy Reichs. Tory, the niece of Temperance Brennan of the Bones series, is exposed to a strain of canine parvovirus that changes her life. (12-up)
Dust City ($16.99) by Robert Paul Weston centers on a teen wolf whose father is in prison for the murder of Little Red Riding Hood. (12-up)
Rosebush ($19.95) by Michele Jaffe. Was the car crash that lands Jane in a rosebush an accident or attempted murder? (12-up)
Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead adds Last Sacrifice ($17.99, 14-up).
Mr. Stink ($9.99) by David Walliams, illus. by Quentin Blake. Chloe befriends the tramp living in her garden shed who has an extraordinary secret. (9-up)
Plus ($8.99) by Veronica Chambers. Bee gains weight after breaking up with her boyfriend and launches a career as a plus-size model. (12-up)
You Wish ($9.99) by Mandy Hubbard. On her birthday, Kayla wishes that all her previous birthday wishes would come true, but may regret it when they do. (12-up)
Winter Longing ($8.99) by Tricia Mills. Winter's plans for the future change when her boyfriend dies in a plane crash. (12-up)
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Strange Angels issues Lili St. Crow's Jealousy ($9.99, 12-up). Beautiful Americans offers Experienced by Lucy Silag ($6.99, 14-up). And A Good Boy Is Hard to Find by Suzanne Young joins The Naughty List ($9.99, 14-up).

Trance ($7.99) by Linda Gerber. Ashley's trances warn her of future events. (12-up)
Selfish Elf Wish ($7.99) by Heather Swain reveals the troubles of an elf who lives in Brooklyn. (12-up)
Battle Dress ($8.99) by Amy Efaw. Andi must survive the rigors of training camp at West Point. (12-up)
Falling in Love with English Boys ($7.99) by Melissa Jensen. A girl blogs about misery and love in London. (12-up)
Sarah Dessen Deluxe Gift Set ($29.99) by Sarah Dessen packages three novels in a keepsake box. (14-up)

Cat, You Better Come Home ($16.99) by Garrison Keillor, illus. by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher, reissues this tale of a cat in search of excitement. (All ages)
Henry and the Bully ($15.99) by Nancy Carlson. Henry must find a way to stand up to a bully. (3-5)
Read to Tiger ($15.99) by S.J. Fore, illus. by R.W. Alley. An energetic tiger distracts a boy who's trying to read. (3-5)
One More Acorn ($16.99) by Don Freeman and Roy Freeman, illus. by Don Freeman. Gathering nuts for winter, a squirrel looks for one last acorn. (3-5)
A Night in Santa's Great Big Bag ($16.99) by Kristin Kladstrup, illus. by Tim Jessell. Louis's stuffed animal has a sleigh ride after climbing into Santa's bag. (3-5)
Jackie's Gift: A True Story of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Jackie Robinson ($16.99) by Sharon Robinson, illus. by E.B. Lewis. Jackie Robinson gives a boy's family a special Christmas gift. (3-5)
Llama Llama Holiday Drama ($16.99) by Anna Dewdney. Llama Llama has a hard time waiting for Christmas. (3-5)
I Miss You Mouse ($12.99) by Greg Foley. Mouse has something important to tell Bear, but first she must find him. (3-5)
The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Blériot ($17.99) by Alice and Martin Provensen is a reissue of this 1984 Caldecott winner. (4-8)
Happily Ever Emma ($14.99) by Sally Warner, illus. by Jamie Harper. Emma has trouble dealing with her mother's wish to date. (7-9)
Kubla Khan: The Emperor of Everything ($17.99) by Kathleen Krull, illus. by Robert Byrd, is a picture-book biography of this ruler. (8-12)
The Buck Stops Here: The Presidents of the United States 20th Anniversary Edition ($18.99) by Alice Provensen is an updated edition of this volume. (8-up)
No Problem! An Easy Guide to Getting What You Want ($16.99, paper $9.99) by Ken Watanabe, adapted by Sarah L. Thompson, illus. by Elwood H. Smith, adapts Problem Solving 101 for young readers. (10-up)
Thresholds ($15.99) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman. Maya discovers a world of fairies and magic in her new hometown. (10-up)
Stalker Girl ($16.99) by Rosemary Graham. Carly begins stalking her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend. (12-up)
A Girl, a Ghost, and the Hollywood Hills ($16.99) by Lizabeth Zindel. Holly copes with her mother's death, her father's remarriage to her aunt, and a revelation. (12-up)
Crossing Over ($17.99) by Anna Kendall. Roger uses his ability to cross over into the land of the dead to his advantage. (12-up)
The Good, the Bad, and the Barbie: A Doll's History and Her Impact on Us ($19.99) by Tanya Lee Stone examines this iconic toy. (12-up)
The Ten-Year Century ($17.99) by James Sutherland explores the first decade of the new millennium. (12-up)
The Painted Boy ($18.99) by Charles de Lint. Jay Li, a member of the Yellow Dragon Clan, must face challenges in order to become the man he's meant to be. (12-up)
Threads and Flames ($17.99) by Esther Friesner. In 1910, a young Polish woman travels to New York City to work at the ill-fated Triangle Shirtwaist Factory. (12-up)
Corduroy stars in Corduroy's Tiny Treasury: 5 Board Books, based on the character created by Don Freeman, illus. by Lisa McCue ($9.99, up to 2). Max and Ruby by Rosemary Wells offers Max and Ruby's Bedtime Book ($17.99, 3-5) and Max's Christmas ($15.99, 3-5). Cam Jansen returns in Cam Jansen and the Wedding Cake Mystery by David A. Adler, illus. by Joy Allen ($14.99, 6-8). And Giants of Science welcomes Charles Darwin by Kathleen Krull, illus. by Boris Kulikov ($15.99, 12-up).

A Very Naughty Rabbit: Tales of Mayhem and Mischief ($24.95) by Beatrix Potter compiles 11 tales. (All ages)
Peter Rabbit Book and Blanket Set ($12.99) by Beatrix Potter packages The Tale of Peter Rabbit with a baby blanket. (3-5)
A Rabbit's Tale ($21.99) by Beatrix Potter retells The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies from the perspective of the youngest rabbit. (5-8)
Peter Rabbit Naturally Better by Beatrix Potter introduces Run, Peter, Run!: A Tiny Tale and The Untidy House of Mrs. Tittlemouse: A Tiny Tale ($8.99 each, 3-5). And Flower Fairies by Cicely Mary Barker return in The Complete Book of the Flower Fairies, Special Edition ($40, all ages) and Magical Secret Garden ($15.99, 5-8).

The Green Eyed Mouse and the Blue Eyed Mouse ($14.95) by Bob Gill. Two mice identify their different and similar features. (4-7)
Otto: The Biography of a Teddy Bear ($16.95) by Tomi Ungerer tells of a teddy separated from its owner during WWII. (8-up)

Grandfather Thomas Jefferson ($17.95) by Samuel Plummer chronicles Jefferson's years with his grandchildren. (8-12)
A Quaker Deed ($17.95) by Mark Engle. A small band of Quakers demonstrates courage at the outbreak of the Civil War. (8-12)

Numbers from Nature and Colors from Nature ($8.95 each) are oversize board books featuring items from nature. (up to 3)
Princess Sweets & Treats Cookbook: 20 Magical & Easy Recipes Plus Apron ($14.95) by Genevieve Ko Sweet. This book of princess-themed recipes has an easel format. (3-up)
Word Power! debuts with Kindergarten and Grade 1 ($12.95 each, 5-up). And Discover and Draw starts up with Discover and Draw Dinos!: Learn to Draw 12 Thrilling Creatures! ($9.95, 6-up).
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EyeLike Stickers adds Halloween and Bugs ($6.95 each, 5-up).

Three Classic Children's Stories ($17.95) by James Donnelly, illus. by Edward Gorey, compiles this artist's illustrations for a trio of fairy tales. (All ages)

13... Children Should Know greets 13 American Artists Children Should Know by Brad Finger ($14.95, 8-up).
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New Coloring Books are Gauguin and Chagall ($8.95 each, 4-8).

Henry the Castaway and Henry the Explorer ($18.95 each) by Mark Taylor, illus. by Graham Booth, chronicle the imagination-fueled escapades of a boy and his dog. (3-8)
The Pickle-Chiffon Pie Olympics ($18.95) by Roger Bradfield. This sequel to Pickle-Chiffon Pie spotlights Olympic competition in medieval times. (3-8)

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Kit Salter Adventures by Natasha Narayan continues with The Maharajah's Monkey ($8.99, 9-12). Tommy Storm debuts with Tommy Storm and Tommy Storm and the Galactic Knights by A.J. Healy ($8.99 each, 9-12). And Keith Mansfield's Johnny Mackintosh Trilogy offers Star Blaze ($8.99, 12-up).