(NBN, dist.)

Chester Raccoon and the Big Bad Bully ($16.95) by Audrey Penn, illus. by Barbara Gibson. Chester from The Kissing Hand learns to deal with a bully. (3-8)

The Miracle Jar ($16.95) by Audrey Penn, illus. by Lea Lyon. A snowbound modern-day family experiences a miracle when oil runs short during Hanukkah. (4-8)


(Consortium, dist.)

The Old Animals' Forest Band ($16.95) by Sirish Rao, illus. by Durgabai, is an Indian version of “The Musicians of Bremen” by the Brothers Grimm. (up to 8)


(Norton, dist.)

Lives of the Great Artists ($19.95) by Charlie Ayres profiles 20 artists, including Giotto, El Greco, Rembrandt, Delacroix and Monet. (5-up)


The Moon Shines Down ($16.99) by Margaret Wise Brown offers a bedtime tale based on the New England sampler prayer. (3-8)

My Little Girl ($16.99) by Tim McGraw and Tom Douglas is based on a song by country musician McGraw. (3-8)

When Santa Turned Green ($15.99) by Victoria Perla presents a holiday tale with an environmental message. (5-10)

Passport into the Wild ($16.99) by Jungle Jack Hanna introduces the terrain, people and animals of each continent. (6-10)

Boomtown: Chang's Famous Fireworks Factory ($16.99) by Nowen N. Particular is a mystery involving a fireworks factory, a football team and flying barber chairs. (8-12)

Isle of Fire ($16.99) by Wayne Thomas Batson is a sequel to Isle of Swords. (10-14)


(IPG, dist.)


What Do Animals Do offers six board books including What Do Hippos Do? and What Do Sheep Do? ($4.95 each, 2-5). Busy Tots board books adds Little Helper, Shopping Day, Summer Vacation and Birthday Party ($6.95 each, 2-5). Sparkle Books board books presents My Fairy Garden, My Night-Time Animals, My Ocean Creatures and My Space Adventure ($6.95 each, 2-5). Collage Touch and Feel offers five photographic board books including In the Garden with the Hungry Little Snail and Zoom into Space with theRed Rocket ($5.95 each, 2-5). Mini Flap & Tab continues with four titles including Who am I? Animal Moms and Babies and Guess What? Things That Go ($5.95 each, 2-5).


The Undead and The Unexplained ($9.95 each) present stories and information about supernatural topics. (8-up)

Violent Planet and Living Planet ($12.95 each) explore natural disasters; and the various regions of the earth. (8-up)

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My First Books presents four titles including My First Book of Mammals and My First Book of Ocean Life ($9.95 each, 5-7).


Fairy Goodnight Kisses and Fairy Tea Party ($7.95 each) by Jamie Michalak, illus. by Kaori Watanabe, are board book that teach numbers and colors. (2-4)

If I Were a... Firefighter and If I Were a... Princess ($6.95 each) by Pat Hegarty, illus. by Liz and Kate Pope, are touch-and-feel board books. (2-4)

A Long Way from Home ($15.95) by Elizabeth Baguley, illus. by Jane Chapman. Off on an adventure, a bunny misses his siblings and cozy nest. (3-7)

A Magical Christmas ($12.95) by Claire Freedman, illus. by Gail Yerrill. Little Mouse learns about the magic of Christmas. (3-7)

Shine Moon Shine ($15.95) by David Conway, illus. by Dubravka Kolonovic. Owen keeps the moon company after it falls from the sky. (3-7)

Smelly Feet Sandwich and Other Silly Poems ($7.95) by Allia Zobel Nolan, illus. by Kate Leake, compiles poetry. (3-7)

Smelly Peter: The Great Pea Eater ($15.95) by Steve Smallman, illus. by Joelle Dreidemy. After eating only peas, a boy turns green. (3-7)

The Three Horrid Little Pigs ($15.95) by Liz Pichon. The three pigs get help from the big, friendly wolf. (3-7)


Billy Monster's Daymare ($6.95) by Alan Durant, illus. by Ross Collins. In a topsy-turvy world, a young monster has daymares about children. (3-7)


(HarperCollins, dist.)

Paperback Series

In the company's manga series, Bratz adds Super-Bratz, Vol. 1 by Christine Peymani, illus. by Anthony Tan ($6.99, all ages). Kat & Mouse offers Vol. 4 by Alex De Campi, illus. by Frederica Manfredi ($6.99, all ages). And Mail Order Ninja issues Vol. 3 by Josh Elder ($5.99, 10-up).

In the company's novel series, Karma Club releases Vol. 2 by D.J. Milky ($9.99, all ages). The Good Witch of the West offers Vol. 3 by Noriko Ogiwara ($9.99, 13-up). And Magic Moon issues Legacy of the Moon, Vol. 3 by Wolfgang and Heike Hohlbein ($10.99, 13-up).


(Diamond, dist.)

Johnny Boo: The Best Little Ghost in the World ($9.95) by James Kochalka starts a graphic novel series about a ghost with “Boo Power.” (all ages)


Yam ($10) by Corey Barba is first in a silent graphic novel series about the title character and his friends on a remote island. (All ages)

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Owly adds Tiny Tales by Andy Runton ($10, all ages). And Korgi continues with The Cosmic Collector by Christian Slade ($10, all ages).


The Secret of Laurel Oaks ($16.95) by Lois Ruby. On a visit to a plantation, Lila befriends the ghost of a slave girl wrongly accused of murder. (10-up)

The Night Children ($17.95) by Kit Reed. Kids trapped in a mall band together to survive. (10-up)

Chance Fortune in the Shadow Zone ($17.95) by Shane Berryhill is a sequel to Chance Fortune and the Outlaw. (10-up)


The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme adds The Dragon's Lair by Elizabeth Haydon ($17.95, 10-up).


(Trafalgar Square, dist.)


Mission: Survival introduces Gold of the Gods by Bear Grylls ($9.95, 9-12).


(Consortium, dist.)

Grandpa, What's That Sound in the Middle of the Night? ($14.95) by Naomi Singlehurst, illus. by Victoria Jamieson. A nighttime sound leads two children on an imaginary journey. (4-8)


What Does Mrs. Claus Do? ($15.99) by Kate Wharton, illus. by Christian Slade, imagines madcap ways Mrs. Claus might spend Christmas Eve. (All ages)

Foodie Babies Wear Bibs ($6.95) by Michelle Sinclair Colman, illus. by Nathalie Dion. In this board book, urban babies celebrate cuisine. (1-3)

Ten Stinky Babies ($6.99) by Ellen Olson-Brown, illus. by Joy Allen. Babies get changed one by one in this board book. (1-3)

Ocean Wide, Ocean Deep ($15.99) by Susan Lendroth, illus. by Raul Allen. A girl watches her brother grow while she awaits her father's return from the sea. (5-7)

Inside the Slidy Diner ($15.99) by Laurel Snyder, illus. by Jaime Zollars. A girl spends her days at a creepy greasy spoon diner. (5-8)

Sing My Song: A Kid's Guide to Songwriting ($18.99) by Steve Seskin, illus. by Eve Aldridge et al. This collection of songs co-written by children explores the creative process and comes with a CD. (5-8)

Twelve Terrible Things ($15.99) by Marty Kelley tells of the travails of childhood. (5-8)

What the World Eats ($22.99) by Peter Menzel and Faith D'Alusio examines how food is consumed around the world. (11-14)

Shifty ($15.99) by Lynn E. Hazen. A teen assigned to a new foster home struggles to stay out of trouble. (12-up)


Milestones Project Chewables offers Go Baby! by Richard and Michele Steckel ($6.95, 6 mos.-2 yrs.). And Busy Books adds Busy Pandas by John Schindel, photos by Lisa and Mike Husar ($6.95, 1-3).

Paperback Series

The Sacred Stones issues Guardians of the Tall Stones by Moyra Caldecott ($7.99, 12-up).


One Hundred Shining Candles ($17.95) by Janet Lunn, illus. by Lindsay Grater, is a reissue of this story of a pioneer girl, with some new illustrations. (All ages)

Time Is When ($15.95) by Beth Gleick, illus. by Marthe Jocelyn, addresses the question, “What is time?” (2-6)

The Little Toy Shop ($19.95) by Frances Wolfe. Mr. Kringle hopes to find a home for a stuffed bunny. (2-6)

Thing-Thing ($18.95) by Cary Fagan, illus. by Nicolas Debon, tells of a spoiled boy and a thing that desperately needs to be loved. (4-8)

Iris Has a Virus ($18.95) by Arlene Alda, illus. by Lisa Desimini, is a lighthearted story about illness and sibling rivalry. (4-8)

The Princess Who Had Almost Everything ($19.95) by Mireille Levert, illus. by Josée Masse, offers a cautionary tale about overindulgence. (4-8)

Word Nerd ($18.95) by Susin Nielsen is a novel involving a nerd, an ex-con, a love of words and romance. (8-12)

Dear Toni ($12.95) by Cyndi Sand-Eveland. This journal-style book reveals the heart of a 10-year-old. (8-12)


Good-Bye Marianne ($12.95) by Irene Watts, illus. by Kathryn Shoemaker, is a graphic-novel adaptation of the author's novel about growing up in Nazi Germany. (8-up)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde ($12.95) by Alan Grant, illus. by Cam Kennedy, is a graphic novel version of this classic. (8-up)

Call Me Mimi ($12.95) by Francis Chalifour tells of a girl's quest for her father and her moment of ultimate clarity. (8-12)

Ancient Ocean Blues ($9.95) by Jack Mitchell presents a novel about shipwrecks, pirates and love. (10-14)

X Doesn't Mark the Spot: Tales of Pirate Gold, Buried Treasure, and Lost Riches ($12.95) by Ed Butts offers tales of adventure, shattered hopes and dreams come true. (10-up)

Paperback Series

Easy-To-Read Spooky Tales offers Don't Talk to Strangers!, Don't Forget!, Don't Touch That!, Don't Enter the House! and Don't Eat That! by Veronika Martenova Charles, illus. by David Parkins ($5.95 each, 4-8). True Horse Stories adds Fosta by Judy Andrekson, illus. by Parkins ($7.95, 6-10). Benny Bensky returns in Benny Bensky and the Parrot-Napper by Mary Borsky, illus. by Linda Hendry ($9.95, 8-12). Wolf Pack offers Wolf Man by Edo Van Belkorn ($10.95, 8-12). And Kaspar Snit returns in Ten Lessons for Kaspar Snit by Cary Fagan ($9.95, 8-12).


Peach Boy and Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories and Little One-Inch and Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories ($12.95 each) by Florence Sakade, illus. by Yoshisuke Kurosaki, are companion volumes to Japanese Children's Favorite Stories and were originally published in the 1950s. (4-8)

Kintaro's Adventures and Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories and Urashima Taro and Other Japanese Children's Favorite Stories by Florence Sakade, illus. by Yoshio Hayashi ($12.95 each), also offer classic Japanese children's stories. (4-8)

Treasury of Chinese Folk Tales ($24.95) by Shelly Fu, illus. by Patrick Yee, collects seven classic stories. (9-12)

The American Boy's Handy Book ($19.95) by Daniel Beard, originally published in 1882, provides indoor and outdoor activities and games. (9-up)


The First Escape ($19.99) by G.P. Taylor begins the Dopple Ganger Chronicles, about mischievous twins living in an orphanage. (8-12)


Runaway and Mad Dog ($5.99 each) by Dandi Daley Mackall begin the Starlight Animal Rescue series about teens living with a foster family who help care for abandoned animals. (8-12)


Paperback Series

Kidsboro presents The Creek War and The Risky Reunion by Marshall Younger ($6.99 each, 8-12).


My Toddler Bible ($12.99) by Bethany James, illus. by Yorgos Sgourdos. This board book collects 16 biblical tales. (up to 5)


(PGW, dist.)


The Doodle Book: 187 Fun Drawings You Can Finish Yourself ($12.95) by John M. Duggan aims to inspire young doodlers. (3-up)

The American Boy's Handy Book: Build a Fort, Sail a Boat, Set a Trap, Throw a Boomerang, Make a Telescope, Fish in the Ice, Camp Without a Tent and Discover 150 Other Adventurous Activities ($19.95) by Daniel Carter Beard was first published in the 1880s by the founder of the Boy Scouts. (8-up)

The Boy's Book of Outdoor Survival: 101 Courageous Skills for Exploring the Dangerous Wild ($19.95) by Chris McNab introduces children to outdoors adventures and survival. (8-up)

The Unofficial Harry Potter Vocabulary Builder: Learn the 3,000 Hardest Words from All Seven Books and Enjoy the Series More ($16.95) by Sayre Van Young defines challenging words in the Harry Potter novels. (8-up)


Hanging with Bats: Ecobats, Vampires, and Movie Stars ($16.95) by Karen Taschek examines the real and fictional bat worlds. (8-up)

Juan the Bear and the Water of Life: La Acequia de Juan del Oso ($17.95), retold and trans. by Enrique Lamadrid and Juan Estevan Arellano, illus. by Amy Cordova, presents the legend of this man whose father was a bear. (10-up)

ChupaCabra and the Roswell UFO ($19.95) by Rudolfo Anaya is a follow-up to Curse of the ChupaCabra. (14-up)


The Origin of the Milky Way and Other Living Stories of the Cherokee ($19.95, paper $12.95), ed. by Barbara Duncan, illus. by Shan Goshorn, collects 26 stories in free verse, presented by members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. (9-up)


Big Blue ($17.95) by Vanita Oelschlager, illus. by Kristin Blackwood. A bird too lazy to fly south for the winter changes its behavior. (4-8)

Francesca ($17.95) by Vanita Oelschlager, illus. by Mike Blanc. A girl who doesn't realize how precious childhood can be wants to be a grownup. (4-8)

Mother Goose/Other Goose ($17.95) by Vanita Oelschlager, illus. by Robin Hegan, gives traditional rhymes a new twist. (4-8)


(PGW, dist.)

Shawn Sheep the Soccer Star ($15.95) by Erin Mirabella, illus. by Sarah Davis. The title character brags about his skills, but makes some big mistakes during an important game. (5-up)



COWA! ($7.99) by Akira Toriyama. Paifu, a half-vampire, half-werekoala, gets into trouble. (7-up)

The Legend of Zelda,Vol. 1 ($7.99) by Akira Himekawa. Based on the video game, Link sets out to deliver the Emerald to Zelda. (7-up)

Sugar Princess:Skating to Win, Vol. 1 ($8.99) by Hisaya Nakajo. Maya never imagined she had potential as a figure skater. (7-up)

Slam Dunk, Vol. 1 ($7.99) by Takehiko Inoue. Sakarugi has no luck with girls, until he meets one who introduces him to basketball. (13-up)

Mixed Vegetables, Vol. 1 ($8.99) by Ayumi Komura. Will Hanayu's family of bakers understand when she wants to become a sushi chef? (13-up)

Captive Hearts,Vol. 1 ($8.99) by Matsuri Hino. Suzuka wishes Megami would stop following him around. (13-up)

Gaba Kawa, Vol. 1 ($8.99) by Rie Takada follows a demon into high school, where she falls in love. (13-up)

St. Dragon Girl, Vol. 1 ($8.99) by Natsumi Matsumoto is about two friends who must save another from a demon serpent king. (13-up)

Paperback Series

Dragon Ball Z adds Vol. 3 (VIZ Big ed.) by Akira Toriyama ($17.99, 7-up).


The Trouble with Dragons: A Story of Our Earth ($16.99) by Debi Gliori is a tale promoting environmental awareness. (3-6)

Two Bobbies: A True Story of Hurricane Katrina, Friendship, and Survival ($16.99) by Kirby Larson and Mary Nethery, illus. by Jean Cassels, relays the story of two animals during this hurricane. (4-8)

Gone Fishing: Ocean Life by the Numbers ($16.99) by David McLimans transforms numbers into endangered sea creatures. (4-8)

Critter Sitter ($16.99) by Chuck Richards. Babysitting can be tough, especially for a snake, dog and cat. (4-8)

Millie in the Snow ($16.99) by Alexander Steffensmeier is a holiday tale about the star of Millie Gets the Mail. (4-8)

Jake the Ballet Dog ($16.99) by Karen LeFrak, illus. by Marcin Baranski, is a Christmas follow-up to Jake the Philharmonic Dog. (4-8)

Sophie and the Next-Door Monsters ($15.99) by Chris Case. Sophie learns that her neighbors are monsters. (4-8)

Violet Raines Almost Got Struck by Lightning ($15.99) by Danette Haworth. Violet's life in a Florida town is disrupted when a new girl arrives. (8-12)

Wild Magic ($16.99) by Cat Weatherill. What happened after the Pied Piper led the children from Hamelin? (8-12)

Lincoln Through the Lens: How Photography Revealed an Extraordinary Life ($19.99) by Martin W. Sandler is a photo essay focusing on Abraham Lincoln with more than 100 images from his life. (10-14)

Out of His League ($16.95) by Pat Lynn. An Australian exchange student becomes a high school football star. (12-up)

The Rule of Won ($16.99) by Stefan Petrucha is about a slacker who gets involved in a book-based cult. (12-up)

The Twilight Zone: The After Hours, adapted by Mark Kneece, illus. by Rebekah Isaacs; and The Twilight Zone: Walking Distance, adapted by Kneece, illus. by Dove McHargue ($16.99 each, paper $14.99), are graphic-novel adaptations of these episodes. (12-up)

Blue Flame ($16.99) by K.M. Grant. Two teens fall in love, against the backdrop of the Crusades, in this first book in the Perfect Fire trilogy. (12-up)

Undone ($16.95) by Brooke Taylor. Another girl begins to have a strong influence in Serena's life. (14-up)

Stolen Car ($16.99) by Patrick Jones is a novel about good friends, bad boys and fast cars. (14-up)


Spartan Quest issues Birth of a Warrior by Michael Ford ($16.99, 10-14). 101 Things adds 101 Things You Wish You'd Invented... and Some You Wish No One Had by Richard Horne and Tracy Turner ($11.99, 12-up). And Lily Dale returns in Connecting by Wendy Corsi Staub ($15.99, 12-up).


(Perseus, dist.)


Becka and the Big Bubble offers Becka Goes to San Diego and Becka Goes to Chicago by Gretchen Schomer Wendel and Adam Schomer, illus. by Damon Renthrope ($11.99 each, 3-6).



The Hip Handbag Kit: Funky Handbags to Make and Wear ($16.95) by Sherri Haab, illus. by Nina Edwards, presents materials and instructions for making bags. (8-up)


Paperback Series

Scary Creatures releases Hyenas and Prehistoric Scary Creatures by John Malam and Scary Creatures of the Mountains and Scary Creatures of the Wetlands by Penny Clarke ($8.95 each, 7-9). You Wouldn't Want to... offers You Wouldn't Want to Be a Worker on the Statue of Liberty! by Malam, You Wouldn't Want to Be in the First Submarine! by Ian Graham, You Wouldn't Want to Be a Suffragist! by Fiona Macdonald and You Wouldn't Want to Live in a Medieval Castle! by Jacqueline Morley ($9.95 each, 8-up). The 10 issues 10 titles, including The 10 Greatest Pop Stars by R.B. Hallett, The 10 Most Outrageous Hoaxes by Judy Coghill and The 10 Vilest Movie Villains by Jack Booth ($14.99 each, 11-13). A Wicked History introduces Ivan the Terrible by Sean Price, Leopold II by Tod Olson, Mary Tudor by Jane Buchanan and Robespierre by John DiConsiglio ($5.95 each, 11-18). And Scholastic Choices adds Totally Tolerant by Diane Webber and Laurie Mandel, Webber's The Skin You're In, I Did It Without Thinking by Bob Hugel and Sisters and Brothers by Elizabeth Siris Winchester ($8.95 each, 12-18).


(PGW, dist.)

Here Is Antarctica ($16.95) by Madeleine Dunphy, illus. by Tom Leonard, focuses on penguins, whales and other animals that are part of the food web of Antarctica. (3-8)


(Hachette, dist.)

Igor ($15.95) by Catherine Daly, illus. by Tony Leonis, is a tie-in to this animated film. (6-9)

Paperback Series

Secret Agent Jack Stalwart returns in The Puzzle of the Missing Panda: China by Elizabeth Singer Hunt, illus. by Brian Williamson ($4.99, 6-9).


(Emerald Book Company, dist.)

Scarecrow Finds a Friend ($14.95) by Blume Rifken, illus. by Carl Wenzel. A scarecrow devises a plan to save a witch’s flying powers. (4-8)



Discoveries in the Shriver Family Attic: How a Woman and Her Children Dealt with the Battle of Gettysburg ($8.95) by Kajsa Cook. In 1867, siblings discover secrets in the attic where two Confederate snipers were killed. (9-13)


Lucy and the Bully ($16.99) by Claire Alexander. A girl deals with a bullying classmate. (3-6)

Snowy, Blowy Winter ($16.99) by Bob Raczka, illus. by Judy Stead, portrays outdoor and indoor winter activities. (3-6)

Under the Ramadan Moon ($15.99) by Sylvia Whitman, illus. by Sue Williams. A family celebrates this holiday. (3-7)

The Frog with the Big Mouth ($16.99) by Teresa Bateman, illus. by Will Terry. A bragging frog encounters other animals in the Argentine rain forest. (5-8)

The No-Good Do-Good Pirates ($16.99) by Jim Kraft, illus. by Lynne Avril. A pirate captain and his band are sentenced to do a good deed. (5-8)

When Posey Peeked at Christmas ($16.99) by Ann Dixon, illus. by Anne Kennedy. What happens when a girl sneaks an early peek at her presents? (5-8)

Golden Delicious: A Cinderella Apple Story ($16.99) by Anna Egan Smucker, illus. by Kathleen Kemly, is a tale about the origins of this apple. (6-8)

Gus, the Pilgrim Turkey ($16.99) by Teresa Bateman, illus. by Ellen Sasaki. Gus goes south when he learns he may soon be Thanksgiving dinner. (6-8)

Abe Lincoln Loved Animals ($16.99) by Ellen Jackson, illus. by Doris Ettlinger, reveals the important role animals played in Lincoln's life. (7-9)

The Origami Master ($16.99) by Nathaniel Lachenmeyer, illus. by Aki Sogabe. Who is leaving an origami master an origami animal each night? (7-9)

Polar Bear, Why Is Your World Melting? ($16.99) by Robert Wells examines the causes of global warming. (7-9)


The Boxcar Children Mysteries adds The Ghost at the Drive-In Movie and The Mystery of the Traveling Tomatoes by Gertrude Chandler Warner ($14.99 each, paper $4.50, 7-12).


(B&T, dist.)


“A hog ate my homework!” ($8.95) by Gary Metivier, illus. by David Houk, is a sequel to Willie’s Wagon. (8-10)


(IPG, dist.)

The Best Belcher ($15.95) by Lynda Medlyn and Kelley Stuadenmier, illus. by Shannon Parish. Bennett burps his way through the day, annoying everyone. (3-7)


Bobo Glove ($17.95) by Raquel Jaramillo packages a small board book about baby animals with an interactive glove. (up to 1)

Swing! ($12.95) by Rufus Butler Seder. This companion to Gallop! uses Scanimation technology to portray kids playing sports. (3-up)

The Book of Totally Irresponsible Science: 65 Daring Experiments for Young Scientists ($12.95) by Sean Connelly rounds up experiments using household objects. (9-up)

The Zoo's Shoes: Learn to Tie Your Shoelaces ($9.95) by Lynn Brunelle, illus. by Emilie Chollat, is a shoe-shaped board book with laces. (4-up)


Boynton on Board welcomes Fifteen Animals by Sandra Boynton ($6.95, 1-4). And Fandex issues Star Wars ($12.95, 10-up).


How to Build an “A” ($16.95) by Sara Midda is a book packaged with die-cut foam shapes. (1-5)


Mary's First Thanksgiving ($16.99) by Kathy-jo Wargin, illus. by Robert Papp. A pilgrim girl acknowledges her blessings on the first Thanksgiving. (4-7)

P Is for Pumpkin ($15.99) by Kathy-jo Wargin, illus. by Ariel Pang, is an alphabet book spotlighting fall activities. (4-7)

We Believe in Christmas ($16.99) by Karen Kingsbury, illus. by Daniel Brown, encourages children to reflect on the meaning of Christmas. (4-7)

The Gift of the Christmas Cookie ($16.99) by Dandi Daley Mackall, illus. by Deborah Chabrian, reveals the tradition of baking Christmas cookies. (4-7)


The Bug Parables debuts with Stink Bug Saves the Day! and The House That Went Ker-Splat! by Bill Myers, illus. by Andy Smith ($9.99 each, 4-7).

Paperback Series

The Berenstain Bears are back in The Berenstain Bears Say Their Prayers, The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule and The Berenstain Bears Go to Sunday School by Michael Berenstain ($3.99 each, 4-7). What About Lucy? issues Lucy Doesn't Wear Pink and Lucy Out of Bounds by Nancy N. Rue ($7.99 each, 9-12). The Shadowside Trilogy continues with The Owling Life by Robert Elmer ($9.99, 13-16). Carter House Girls introduces Homecoming and Viva Vermont! by Melody Carlson ($9.99 each, 13-16). Echoes from the Edge adds Eternity's Edge by Bryan Davis ($12.99, 13-16). And new Sweet Seasons Novels are The Fall of Candy Corn and The Winter of Candy Canes by Debbie Viguié ($9.99 each, 13-16).