|Spring 2002 Listing by Publisher|
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The Whoosh of Gadoosh by Pat Skene, illus. by Doug Keith ($15.95), introduces a magical heroine with wild purple hair. (3-9)
The Tree by Dana Lyons, illus. by David Danioth ($16.95), presents the saga of an ancient Douglas fir. (3-up)
INTERVISUAL BOOKS/PIGGY TOES PRESS
Fuzzy Bear's Potty Book by Dawn Bentley, illus. by Krisztina Nagy ($11.95). Encouraged by parents and pals, a bear decides to give his potty a try. (2-4)
Who's in the Jungle? by Heather Gondek, illus. by Chris Gilvan-Cartwright ($9.95), is a lift-the-flap book identifying jungle animals. (2-4)
Ten Little Ladybugs by Melanie Gerth, illus. by Laura Huliska-Beith ($10.95), tells of bugs that disappear one by one. (2-up)
What Makes a Rainbow? by Betty Ann Schwartz, illus. by Dona Turner ($8.95), features a rainbow made of ribbons. (2-up)
Afraid of the Dark? by Treesha Runnells ($10.95). Trolls, gremlins and dragons set out to reassure kids there is nothing scary about bedtime. (4-6)
The Icky Sticky Chameleon by Dawn Bentley, illus. by Jeff Mack ($9.95). A chameleon finds a new friend. (4-6)
Books in Spanish
Diez pequenas mariquitas (Ten Little Ladybugs) by Melanie Gerth, illus. by Laura Huliska-Beith ($10.95, 2-up); and ¿De que esta hecho el arco iris? (What Makes a Rainbow?) by Betty Ann Schwartz, illus. by Dona Turner ($8.95, 2-up).
New My Little Shimmery titles are Time for Fun and Time for Bed, illus. by Salina Yoon ($5.95 each, up to 2). Peek-a-Boo Guess Who offers Farm Animals and Wild Animals, illus. by Yoon ($5.95 each, up to 2). Learn About Concept Books introduces Colors, Counting, Shapes and Time, illus. by David Sim ($5.95 each, 2-4). And Sneak-a-Peek 3-D Board Books adds What's at the Beach? and What's at the Park? by Renee Jablow, illus. by Rosario Valderrama ($6.95 each, 2-4).
My First Amazing Game Board Book by Shereen Gertel Rutman ($19.99) rounds up more than 50 games. (3-6)
Build & Float Soft Shapes introduces Get Ready to Sail and The Lily-Pad Race, illus. by Simon Morse ($9.99 each, 1-4). New Find & Fit titles are Piggy and Bear in Their Underwear, illus. by Dara Goldman; and Which Shoes Would You Choose? by Susan Hoe, illus. by Mircea Catusanu ($9.95 each, 2-5). Magic Key Books greets Ten Surprise Packages for Squiggle Street by Jennifer Loya, illus. by Bridget Starr Taylor; and Loya's Where Is Otis?, illus. by Sue King ($12.99 each, 3-6). Jr. Groovy Tube Books adds Who Will Fix the Royal Windows? by Joanne Mattern, illus. by Paula Pertile; and Mattern's What's for Dinner?, illus. by Nancy Davis ($16.99 each, 3-7). Puppet Playhouse gains Animal Tales, adapted by Ellen Florian, illus. by CD Hullinger ($19.99, 3-up).
From Let's Play!,
illus. by BB Sams
And Now I'm Reading! continues with On the Go!and Let's Play! by Nora Gaydos, illus. by BB Sams ($14.99 each, 4-7).
(Little, Brown, dist.)
Bunny by Chris Wedge ($17.95) is based on this animated short film. (4-8)
Hide, Clyde! by Russell Benfanti ($16.95). Clyde the chameleon has trouble changing color. (4-8)
BOB JONES UNIVERSITY PRESS/JOURNEYFORTH
¡Buenas tardas, Carlitos! by Melody Moore Holmes, illus. by Elaine Garvin ($5.49). Carlitos the rabbit introduces Spanish vocabulary as he prepares for company's arrival. (6-10)
Rosa Is Osa by Anna Turner and Beth Kitching, illus. by Justin Gerard ($5.49). Playing hide-and-seek, Rosa counts to 10 in Spanish. (6-10)
Adoniram Judson by Sharon Hambrick, illus. by Del Thompson ($6.49), recounts the life of this man, who became a missionary in Burma. (7-9)
Crimebusters Inc. presents The Case of the Sassy Parrot by Milly Howard, illus. by Bruce Day ($6.49, 7-9).
Paperback Series Reprints
The Colton Cousin Adventure series reprints Daniel Colton Under Fire, Susannah Strikes Gold and Daniel Colton Kidnapped by Elaine Schulte, illus. by Johanna Ehnis ($6.49 each, 9-12). And Red House Mystery by A.A. Milne is new to Fingerprint Classics ($6.49, 12-up).
I Have a Dream Too! by Jean Alicia Elster, illus. by Nicole Tagdell ($12). Facing challenges, an African-American boy receives guidance from a cast of historical characters. (6-10)
And After That... by Jeanne Ashbé ($9.95) explains the arrival of a new baby to an older sibling. (2-5)
Apollo by Caroline Grégoire ($13.95). A dog teaches readers such concepts as halves, wholes and pieces. (2-6)
The Spider and the Bee by Michele Shen ($9.95). After a spider and a bee marry, they realize they are too different and go their separate ways. (3-up)
Mommy Time by Élisabeth Brami, illus. by Anne-Sophie Tschiegg ($9.95). What does Mommy do throughout the day while her child is at school? (3-up)
Tibili, the Little Boy Who Didn't Want to Go to School by Marie Léonard, illus. by Andrée Prigent ($15.95). A usually smiling African boy is unhappy when he learns he must start school. (3-7)
Sosu's Call by Meshack Asare ($15.95). A disabled boy saves his village from a violent storm. (4-8)
Slow Loris by Alexis Deacon ($15.95, paper $7.95). A zoo animal thought to be very boring one night does something unexpected. (4-8)
Tiny by Paul Rodgers, illus. by Korky Paul ($7.95). A flea stars in this concept book about scale. (3-7)
Grandma's Button Box by Linda Williams Aber, illus. by Page Eastburn O'Rourke ($4.95). Can Kelly pick up the buttons that spill from the box before Grandma returns? (4-6)
Bad Luck Brad by Gail Herman, illus. by Stephanie Roth ($4.95). Brad's bad luck changes when he learns about estimating and calculating. (5-7)
Chickens on the Move by Pam Pollack and Meg Belviso, illus. by Lynn Adams ($4.95). Every time three kids move their chickens' house, it changes shape. (5-7)
Sam's Sneaker Squares by Nat Gabriel, illus. by Ron Fritz ($4.95). How can Sam prove that one lawn he mows is bigger than the other? (6-8)
X Marks the Spot by Lucille Recht Penner, illus. by Jerry Smath ($4.95). Jake and Leo find maps in the attic of Grandpa's old house. (6-8)
New Sammy titles by Sylvia Rouss, illus. by Katherine Janus Kahn are SammySpider's Passover Fun ($4.95, 3-7) and Sammy Spider's First Israel ($6.95, 3-7).
KEY PORTER BOOKS
The Painted Chest by Judith Christine Mills ($14.95). When an old wooden chest is discovered, Maddie helps the villagers understand that one can't live by bread alone. (4-7)
KIDS CAN PRESS
Busy Little Mouse by Eugenie Fernandes, illus. by Kim Fernandes ($12.95). Little Mouse plays with his barnyard friends. (2-5)
From Where Does a
the Night?, illus. by
Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night? by Margaret Carney, illus. by Mélanie Watt ($15.95), is a lift-the-flap book introducing 12 birds. (3-8)
The Bear on the Bed by Ruth Miller, illus. by Bill Slavin ($15.95). A playful bear makes himself at home. (5-8)
Cappuccina Goes to Town by Mary Ann Smith, illus. by Eugenie Fernandes ($15.95). A spunky cow learns to accept herself. (5-8)
The Perfect Pet by Carol Chataway, illus. by Greg Holfeld ($14.95). Will three pigs ever find the perfect pet? (5-8)
If the World Were a Village by David Smith, illus. by Shelagh Armstrong ($15.95), imagines that the world is a village of just 100 people. (7-up)
Elliot Moose returns in Elliot Gets Stuck by Andrea Beck ($12.95, 3-7). Franklin Says I Love You by Paulette Bourgeois, illus. by Brenda Clark, is a new Franklin title ($10.95, 3-8). Once-Upon-a-Time offers Three Barnyard Tales by Marilyn Hemler, illus. by Laura Watson ($10.95, 5-8). The Kids Can Press Wildlife series nets Salmon by Deborah Hodge, illus. by Nancy Gray Ogle ($10.95, paper $5.95, 5-10). Lu & Clancy star in The Carnival Caper by Adrienne Mason, illus. by Pat Cupples ($14.95, paper $6.95, 6-9). Joining Sam: Dog Detective is The Mummy Lives by Mary Labatt ($12.95, paper $4.95, 7-10). Animal Behavior gains Animal Talk: How Animals Communicate Through Sight, Sound and Smell by Etta Kaner, illus. by Greg Douglas ($10.95, paper $5.95, 7-11). Kids Can Do It welcomes Cat Crafts and Dog Crafts by Linda Hendry ($12.95 each, paper $5.95, 7-11). Cynthia Pratt Nicolson's Earthquake is a new Disaster release ($14.95, paper $6.95, 7-11). Snapshots: Images of People and Places in History issues The Wright Brothers by Elizabeth MacLeod ($14.95, 8-12). And Mysterious You continues with Zzz... The Most Interesting Book You'll Ever Read About Sleep by Trudee Romanek, illus. by Rose Cowles ($14.95, paper $6.95, 9-14).
The Jumbo Vegetarian Cookbook by Judi Gillies and Jennifer Glossop ($14.95) compiles recipes and cooking terms and tips. (8-up)
Memory Scrapbooks offers My Family and Me by Jane Drake and Ann Love, illus. by Scot Ritchie ($5.95, 7-up).
Hot, Cold, Shy, Bold by Pamela Harris ($5.95, 2-5); One Gray Mouse by Katherine Burton and Sleepy Little Mouse by Eugenie Fernandes, both illus. by Kim Fernandes ($5.95 each, 2-6); Elliot Digs for Treasure by Andrea Beck; Aaron's Awful Allergies by Troon Harrison, illus. by Eugenie Fernandes; and Mr. McGratt and the Ornery Cat by Marilyn Helmer, illus. by Martine Gourbault ($5.95 each, 3-7); At Grandpa's Sugar Bush by Margaret Carney, illus. by Janet Wilson; I Went to the Bay by Ruth Miller, illus. by Martine Gourbault; Miller's I Went to the Farm, illus. by Per-Henrik Gürth; and When Addie Was Scared by Linda Bailey, illus. by Wendy Bailey ($5.95 each, 4-8); Daughter by Ishbel Moore and Men of Stone by Gayle Friesen ($6.95 each, 10-14); One Thing That's True by Cheryl Foggo and The Runaways by Kristin Butcher ($5.95 each, 10-14); and The Watcher by Margaret Buffie ($6.95, 12-up).
First Shape Book by Ann Montague-Smith ($12.95) introduces the concepts of shape and size. (2-up)
Busy Boats by Tony Mitton ($9.95) features animals on an ocean liner. (3-5)
The Kingfisher Book of Funny Poems, compiled by Roger McGough ($18.95), includes poetry by Lewis Carroll, Shel Silverstein and others. (7-up)
Soccer by Clive Gifford ($18.95) is a guide to this sport. (8-up)
Horse and Pony Care by Sandy Ransford ($14.95) offers advice for young equestrians. (8-up)
From At the Zoo
Kingfisher Board Books starts up with At the Beach, At the Zoo, First Words and On the Farm ($3.95 each, 2-up). New Backyard Books are Are You a Grasshopper? and Are You an Ant? ($9.95 each, 3-up). Launching Curious Kids Guides are Ancient Greece, Insects and Bugs, Long Ago, Oceans, Reptiles and Space ($6.95 each, 5-8). I Wonder Why continues with I Wonder Why the Sahara Is Cold at Night? ($11.95, 5-8). Question Time offers Rain Forest and Sharks ($11.95 each, paper $6.95, 5-8). And The Best Book of Polar Animals and The Best Book of Speed Machines join The Best Book Of ($12.95 each, 5-8).
The Kingfisher Number Box by Jeni Riley ($12.95) includes foam numbers. (3-up)
The Kingfisher Book of Magical Tales, selected by Sally Grindley ($10.95), collects seven stories. (6-up)
Hands-on Science by Sarah Angliss and Maggie Hewson ($10.95) rounds up projects and experiments. (7-up)
Ballet by Kate Castle and Horses by Jackie Bond ($10.95 each, 8-12).
Paperback Series Reprints
Young Discoverers reprints 18 titles, including Animals and Their World, Energy and Power, Rivers and Oceans and Flying and Floating ($7.95 each, 6-9).
E.T. Discovers takes flight with The Solar System, Communication, Plants and Planet Earth ($5.95 each, 5-7). Woody Woodpecker introduces Amazing Animal Worlds, Amazing Animal Homes, Amazing Animal Disguises and Amazing Night Animals ($5.95 each, 5-7). And The Mummy debuts with Amazing Mazes, Pyramid Puzzles, Myths and Legends of the Desert and The Treasure Hunt ($5.95 each, 8-12).
The Only Coloring, Puzzle, Game, Dot-to-Dot, Activity Book You'll Ever Need ($12.95) is an activity book packaged with crayons. (6-up)
Eat This Book ($9.95) contains edible pages, a pen that writes with edible ink and game ideas kids can sink their teeth into. (6-up)
Sun Paint: Use Sunshine to Make Colorful Fabric Prints by Barbara Kane ($19.95) presents light-sensitive paints, instructions, a foam brush and three cotton bandannas to decorate. (6-up)
Juggling for the Complete Klutz: 25th Anniversary Limited Edition by John Cassidy and B.C. Rimbeaux ($12.95) includes three velour beanbags and six pages of new material. (8-up)
Making Mini Books by Sherri Haab ($19.95) provides instructions and materials for making miniature books. (8-up)
Jana's Journal by Jeanette Windle ($12.99). A teen records her thoughts in an electronic diary. (13-18)
The Parker Twins Adventures adds Captured in Colombia and Mystery at Death Canyon by Jeanette Windle ($5.99 each, 8-13).
Books in Spanish
Un sabor a moras (A Taste of Blackberries) by Doris Buchanan Smith, illus. by Enrique Moreiro ($14.95, 8-up); and El color de mis palabras (The Color of My Words) by Lynn Joseph ($15.95, 10-up).
Paperbacks in Spanish
Arturo visita la Casa Blanca (Arthur Meets the President) and Los calzoncillos de Arturo (Arthur's Underwear) by Marc Brown ($6.95 each, 5-8); and Franklin dice 'te quiero' (Franklin Says 'I Love You') by Paulette Bourgeois, illus. by Brenda Clark ($5.95, hardcover $10.95, 5-8).
LEE & LOW
Jazz Baby by Carole Boston Weatherford, illus. by Laura Freeman ($11.95), features toddlers playing instruments and dancing. (1-6)
Summer Sun Risin' by W. Nikola-Lisa, illus. by Don Tate ($16.95). An African-American boy spends a day helping out on his family's farm. (3-6)
Home At Last by Susan Middleton Enya, illus. by Felipe Dávalos ($16.95). After they move to the U.S., a Mexican girl helps her mother adjust to their new life. (5-10)
The Blue Roses by Linda Boyden, illus. by Amy Córdova ($16.95). A Native American girl comes to understand the cycle of life after her grandfather dies. (6-10)
Singing with Momma Lou by Linda Jacobs Altman, illus. by Larry Johnson ($16.95), centers on an African-American child and her grandmother, who suffers from Alzheimer's disease. (6-10)
Love to Langston by Tony Medina, illus. by R. Gregory Christie ($16.95), traces the life of this poet. (5-up)
Planting the Seed: A Guide to Gardening by Suzanne Winckler ($7.95) is a guide to organic gardening (11-up)
Mammoths: Ice-Age Giants by Larry Agenbroad and Lisa Nelson ($7.95) examines these creatures. (12-up)
Tiger Woods by Jeremy Roberts is a new Biography release ($7.95, 11-up).
Paperback Series Reissues
Easy Menu Ethnic Cookbooks reissues Cooking the Vietnamese Way by Chi Nguyen and Judy Monroe and Vegetarian Cooking Around the World ($7.95, 10-up). And Hello U.S.A. reissues 13 volumes, including Michigan by Karen Sirvaitis, Connecticut by Amy Gelman and New Hampshire by Dottie Brown ($6.95, 8-11).
Ladybugs: Red, Fiery, and Bright by Mia Posada ($15.95) focuses on the world of ladybugs. (3-8)
Elf Night by Jan Wahl, illus. by Peter Weevers ($15.95), is a bedtime tale about elves. (3-8)
Everybody Brings Noodles by Norah Dooley, illus. by Peter Thornton ($15.95), celebrates a Fourth of July block party in a multicultural neighborhood. (3-8)
From Stripe's Naughty
Sister by Joanne
Stripe's Naughty Sister by Joanne Partis ($15.95). A tiger cub cares for his little sister in this sequel to Stripe. (3-8)
Sylvia & Miz Lula Maye by Pansie Hart Flood, illus. by Felicia Marshall ($15.95), tells of a girl's adventures with her elderly neighbor. (8-12)
Firestorm by Jan Neubert Schultz ($15.95) is a novel set during a deadly 1894 firestorm in Minnesota. (9-12)
Fossil Fish Found Alive: Discovering the Coelacanth by Sally Walker ($17.95) recounts the discovery of this animal, for years believed extinct. (11-up)
Words Are Categorical adds Under, over, by the Clover: What Is a Preposition? by Brian Cleary, illus. by Brian Gable ($14.95, 7-9).
On My Own History gains The Daring Escape of Ellen Craft by Cathy Moore, illus. by Mary O'Keefe Young; and Rescue on the Outer Banks by Candice Ransom, illus. by Karen Ritz ($6.95 each, 6-8). The Need for Speed zooms on with NASCAR and Monster Trucks by Michael Johnstone and High-Speed Trains by Chris Maynard ($7.95 each, 10-up).
I Pledge Allegiance by June Swanson, illus. by Rick Hanson ($6.95, 5-9).
LERNER/CAROLRHODA/FIRST AVENUE EDITIONS
Dear Little Wolf by Ian Whybrow, illus. by Tony Ross ($3.95), continues Little Wolf's adventures. (7-12). And Play-by-Play continues with Play-by-Play Golf by Peter Krause, photos by Andy King ($7.95, 11-14).
Small World welcomes Bedtime!, Get Dressed!, Tidy Up! and Wash Up! by Gwenyth Swain ($6.95 each, 3-7)
Paperback Series Reissue
Sports Achievers Biographies reissues Michael Jordan: Returning Champion by Thomas Raber and Barry Bonds: Record Breaker by Jeff Savage ($5.95 each, 9-14).
Grandma's Chickenlegs by Geraldine McCaughrean, illus. by Moira Kemp ($6.95, 3-8).
(Antique Collectors' Club, dist.)
Lovely Old Roly by Michael Rosen, illus. by Priscilla Lamont ($14.99). A family copes with the loss of a beloved pet cat. (3-7)
Lobsters in Love: A Whirplool Romance by Richard Kidd, illus. by Lindsey Kidd ($14.99). Restaurateur Monsieur Thermidor wins the love of a lady lobster. (3-7)
The Tortoise and the Hare, retold by Angela McAllister, illus. by Jonathan Heale ($14.99), presents this tale from Aesop. (4-up)
We Are Britain! by Benjamin Zephaniah, photos by Prodeepta Das ($14.99), collects poems celebrating Britain's diverse cultures. (6-11)
The Horse Girl by Miriam Moss, illus. by Jason Cockcroft ($14.99). Freya carves a horse in rock on the hillside above her village. (7-9)
Imaginals by Ken Eichenbaum, verses by Wayne Arihood, illus. by Sher Schachameyer ($15.95), combines inanimate with animate objects, to create the likes of the Clockodile and the Alarmadillo. (6-up)
Daisy Says 'Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush' and Daisy Says 'If You're Happy and You Know It' by Jane Simmons ($7.95 each). This young duck sings these songs in index-tab board books. (18 mos.-up).
Cock-a-Moo-Moo by Juliet Dallas-Conte, illus. by Alison Bartlett ($15.95). Can Rooster remember how to crow before it's too late? (2-6)
Baby Knows Best by Kathy Henderson, illus. by Brita Granström ($15.95). Adults may think they know what baby needs, but baby always knows best. (2-6)
Squeaky Clean by Simon Puttock, illus. by Mary McQuillan ($13.95), is a story filled with bathtime sounds. (3-7)
Build a Picture: Benny's Farm and Sandy's Street by Dewey Morris ($14.95 each). Readers use magnets to create their own stories. (4-6)
Arthur's Friendship Treasury by Marc Brown ($18.95) collects three Arthur adventures. (4-8)
Edward in the Jungle by David McPhail ($15.95). Edward gets some help from Tarzan. (4-8)
Quack, Daisy, Quack! by Jane Simmons ($13.95) is the fourth tale starring this little duck. (4-8)
No Ordinary Olive by Roberta Baker, illus. by Debbie Tilley ($14.95), introduces a unique little girl. (4-8)
From Bernelly & Harriet
by Elizabeth Dahlie
Bernelly & Harriet by Elizabeth Dahlie ($14.95) offers a contemporary take on The Country Mouse and the City Mouse. (4-8)
Tell Me, Tree by Gail Gibbons ($15.95) is a guide to trees. (4-8)
Cinderella by Ruth Sanderson ($15.95) presents this fairytale with new art. (6-8)
Exploding Gravy: Poems to Make You Laugh by X.J. Kennedy, illus. by Joy Allen ($16.95), is a poetry anthology. (8-10)
Marc Brown Arthur Chapter Books gains Arthur and the Double Dare by Brown ($13.95, paper $4.25, 7-9). The Soccer 'Cats plays on with All Keyed Up and You Lucky Dog by Matt Christopher, illus. by Daniel Vasconcellos ($13.95 each, 7-9). Ed Emberley's Drawing Book of Trucks and Trains by Ed Emberley is a new Drawing Book ($15.95, 7-up). New Matt Christopher Sports Classics are Run for It and Windmill Windup by Christopher ($15.95 each, paper $4.50, 8-12). And the Darren Shan Saga continues with Cirque Du Freak: Tunnels of Blood by Shan ($15.95, 10-up).
Board Book Reprints
Fiddle-I-Fee by Melissa Sweet ($5.95, up to 3); A Box of Animal Crackers: Three Board Books by Jane Dyer ($12.95, up to 5); and Off We Go! by Jane Yolen, illus. by Laurel Molk ($5.95, up to 5).
Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar ($8.95) centers on students at an elite private high school. (15-up)
Matt Christopher Sports Biographies adds On the Field with... Alex Rodriguez by Christopher ($4.95, 9-12).
Exploring the Deep, Dark Sea by Gail Gibbons ($5.95, 4-8); and Talking Like the Rain, selected by X.J. Kennedy and Dorothy Kennedy, illus. by Jane Dyer ($9.95, 5-8).
Paperback Series Reprints
Soccer 'Cats reprints Secret Weapon and Hat Trick by Matt Christopher, illus. by Daniel Vasconcellos ($4.95 each, 7-9).
Paperback Series Reissues
New Jenny Archer reissues are A Job for Jenny Archer, A Case for Jenny Archer, What's Cooking, Jenny Archer?, Jenny Archer to the Rescue, Can Do, Jenny Archer and Nibble, Nibble, Jenny Archer by Ellen Conford, illus. by Diane Palmisciano ($4.95 each, 7-9).
Sing-Along Songs: Three Books and Tape Set by Mary Ann Hoberman and Nadine Westcott, illus. by Westcott ($14.95), collects three childhood songs. (up to 5)
Moo Moo Goes to the City by Jo Lodge ($12.95) is a lift-the-flap, pull-the-tab tale. (2-4)
From Blossom and Boo
Stay Up Late by
Blossom and Boo Stay Up Late by Dawn Apperley ($14.95). Best pals have a bedtime adventure. (3-5)
Bill Grogan's Goat, adapted by Mary Ann Hoberman, illus. by Nadine Bernard Westcott ($14.95), recounts a rollicking train ride. 4-8)
The Looking Book by Mary Ann Hoberman, illus. by Laura Huliska-Beith ($15.95), is a mystery about a missing cat. (4-8)
The Daddy Book and The Mommy Book by Todd Parr ($14.95 each) celebrate parents. (4-8)
One More River: A Noah's Ark Counting Book by Joan Paley ($15.95). Noah and his crew boards the Ark. (4-8)
FEG: Ridiculous Poems for Intelligent Children by Robin Hirsh, illus. by Ha ($15.95), is a poetry collection. (10-up)
Bugs! by David Greenberg, illus. by Lynn Munsinger ($5.95, 4-8).
Going on a Journey to the Sea by Jane Barclay, illus. by Doris Barrette ($16.95), offers a poem about two siblings' day at the beach. (4-6)
Come On, Dad! 75 Things for Fathers and Sons to Do Together by Ed Avis, illus. by Geneviève Després ($14.95) rounds up activities and outings. (4-8)
Smarty Pants by Colleen Sydor, illus. by Suzanne Langlois ($16.95), recounts the adventures of a girl and her great aunt. (6-10)
Lobster Kids' Guide to Exploring issues San Diego by Dina Jo Madruga, Halifax by Catherine Buckie and New Orleans by Barri Bronston ($14.95 each, 7-10).
The Story of the Cross: The Stations of the Cross for Children by Mary Joslin, illus. by Gail Newey ($15.95), documents the Easter story. (4-up)
Patrick, Saint of Ireland by Joyce Denham, illus. by Diana Mayo ($14.95), offers a portrait of this saint. (4-up)
Where's Jesus? by Stephanie Jeffs, illus. by Sarah Beth Laver ($13.95). A mother and child follow Jesus to the sites of miracles. (4-up)
Loyola Kids Book of Everyday Prayers by Catherine Odell and Margaret Savitskas ($15.95) uses the metaphor of dancing to encourage children to pray. (8-12)
60 Simple Ideas for Turning Your Clothes into Wearable Art by Nancy Jo King ($7.95) is a fashion guide for kids. (8-14)
60 Clues About... Guys: Feelings, Flirting and Falling in Like by Roxanne Camron, illus. by Ariane Elsammak ($8.95), offers girls advice about boys. (8-14)
Seasons continues with Truth or DareZ by Kalre Dickerson ($4.95, 8-14).