(arranged alphabetically by publisher)
Abbeville Kids -- The Culture Co-Op
Dalmatian Press -- F+W Publications
Gallopade -- HarperCollins/Rayo
HarperCollins/HarperTempest -- Kregel Kidzone
Lectorum -- Oxford University Press
Patria Press -- Running Press Kids
Sasquatch Books -- Simon & Schuster/McElderry
Simon & Schuster/Pulse -- Zonderkidz

Alice, I Think ($15.99, 0-06-051543-0) by Susan Juby is a debut novel about a home-schooled girl who enters public school for the first time. (12-up)

Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants: Even Further Confessions of Georgia Nicolson ($15.99, 0-06-009746-9) by Louise Rennison is another tale about this British teen. (12-up)

Frozen Rodeo ($15.99, 0-06-009070-7) by Catherine Clark is the story of a summer gone wrong. (12-up)

The Speed of Light ($15.99, 0-38-097837-7) by Ron Carlson. Three boys approach adolescence from different vantage points. (12-up)

Claws by Will Weaver ($15.99, 0-06-009473-7) introduces two teens caught in a web of love and betrayal. (13-up)

Geography Club ($15.99, 0-06-001221-8) by Brent Hartinger. This first novel centers on gay and lesbian high-school students. (13-up)

God Went to Beauty School ($15.99, 0-06-009433-8) by Cynthia Rylant presents verse that imagines God engaged in human activities. (14-up)

Jake Riley: Irreparably Damaged ($15.99, 0-06-051837-5) by Rebecca Fjelland Davis is a debut novel that examines issues facing teens today. (14-up)

Small Avalanches and Other Stories ($16.99, 0-06-001217-X) by Joyce Carol Oates collects 12 short stories. (14-up)

Paint Me Like I Am: Teen Poems from WritersCorps ($6.99, 0-06-447264-7) compiles poetry by teens. (12-up)

Paperback Reprints
Big Mouth & Ugly Girl ($8.99, 0-06-447347-3) by Joyce Carol Oates (12-up); and Breaking Point (-447371-7) by Alex Flinn; Damage (-447255-8) by A.M. Jenkins; Jesus: What He Really Said and Did (-449009-2) by Stephen Mitchell; Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas (-447362-7) by Louise Rennison; Making the Run (-447339-2) by Heather Henson; and The Crazy Horse Electric Game (-009490-7), Running Loose (-009490-7), Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes (-009489-3) and Stotan! (-009492-3) by Chris Crutcher ($6.99 each, 12-up).

Stanley in Space ($4.99, 0-06-442174-0) by Jeff Brown, illus. by Scott Nash. The star of Flat Stanley here rides in a top-secret space ship. (7-10)

What Really Happened in Roswell? Just the Facts (Plus the Rumors) About UFOs and Aliens ($4.25, 0-68-817248-2). Did an alien spaceship crash in New Mexico in 1947? (8-up)

Paperback Series
Beryl E. Bean issues Adventure: Lonely Leader ($5.99, 0-06-442123-6) by Ricki Stern and Heidi Worcester, illus. by Amy June Bates (7-10). And Don't Know Much About by Kenneth C. Davis offers Don't Know Much About Sitting Bull (-442125-2), illus. by Sergio Martinez; and Don't Know Much About George Washington (-442124-4), illus. by Rob Shepperson ($4.99 each, 8-12).

Paperback Reprints
All by Myself! (0-06-446253-6) by Aliki; The Baby Beebee Bird (-051784-0) by Diane Redfield Massie, illus. by Steven Kellogg; and I Love Trains! (-443667-5) by Philemon Sturges, illus. by Shari Halpern ($5.99 each, 3-6); George Shrinks (-443129-0) by William Joyce; and Timothy Tunny Swallowed a Bunny (-051604-6) by Bill Grossman, illus. by Kevin Hawkes ($6.99 each, 3-7); Growing Up Is Hard ($5.99, -052623-8) by Laura Schlessinger, illus. by Daniel McFeeley (3-7); The Worrywarts ($5.99, -443516-4) by Pamela Duncan Edwards, illus. by Henry Cole (4-6); Annie Bananie (-051912-6) by Leah Komaiko, illus. by Laura Cornell; and Franny B. Kranny, There's a Bird in Your Hair! (-051785-9) by Harriet Lerner and Susan Goldhor, illus. by Helen Oxenbury ($5.99 each, 4-8); Fishing in the Air ($6.99, -051606-2) by Sharon Creech, illus. by Chris Raschka (4-8); and Gorillas ($6.99, -050670-9) by Seymour Simon (5-up); Abe Lincoln Remembers (-051107-9) by Ann Turner, illus. by Wendell Minor; How to Talk to Your Cat (-000622-6) by Jean Craighead George, illus. by Paul Meisel; and George's How to Talk to Your Dog (-000623-4), illus. by Sue Truesdell ($5.99 each, 6-9); The Mud Flat Mystery ($4.25, -051181-8) by James Stevenson (7-10); and Michelangelo ($6.99, -052113-9) by Diane Stanley (7-up).

Also, Brothers Below Zero (0-06-440936-8) by Tor Seidler; Don't You Know There's a War On? (0-38-081544-3) by Avi; Dork on the Run (0-06-440970-8) by Carol Gorman; The Ghost and Mrs. Hobbs (-001172-6) by Cynthia DeFelice; Jim Ugly (-052121-X) by Sid Fleischman, illus. by Jos. A. Smith; Love That Dog (-440959-7) by Sharon Creech; My Guy (-440781-0) by Sarah Weeks; The Silent Spillbills (-052106-6) by Tor Seidler; Tree Castle Island (-000256-5) by Jean Craighead George; and The Whipping Boy (-052122-8) by Sid Fleischman, illus. by Peter Sís ($5.99 each, 8-12); Dinotopia: A Land Apart from Time (-053064-2) and The World Beneath (-053065-0) by James Gurney ($19.99 each, 8-12); The Magic Paintbrush ($4.99, -440852-3) by Laurence Yep, illus. by Suling Wang (8-12); The Paper Doorway: Funny Verse and Nothing Worse ($8.99, -440984-8) by Dean Koontz, illus. by Phil Parks (8-12); Commodore Perry in the Land of the Shotgun (-008625-4) and Shipwrecked! The True Adventures of a Japanese Boy (0-68-817485-X) by Rhoda Blumberg ($7.99 each, 8-up); Remember the Ladies: 100 Great American Women ($6.99, 0-06-443869-4) by Cheryl Harness (8-up).

Also Angel on the Square (-440879-5) by Gloria Whelan; Handbook for Boys: A Novel (-440930-9) by Walter Dean Myers; How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found (-441027-7) by Sara Nickerson, comics by Sally Wern Comport; Mixed Magics: Four Tales of Chrestomanci (-441018-8) by Diana Wynne Jones; Monsieur Eek (-447301-5) by David Ives; Red Midnight (0-38-080561-8) by Ben Mikealsen; The Two Princesses of Bamarre (0-06-440966-X) by Gail Carson Levine; and Wild Man Island (0-38-073310-2) by Will Hobbs ($5.99 each, 10-up); and The Amazing Maurice and His Very Educated Rodents (0-06-001235-8) by Terry Pratchett, Extra Innings (-447229-9) and Horse Thief (-440854-X) by Robert Newton Peck, Memory Boy (-440854-X) by Will Weaver and Slap Your Sides (-447274-4) by M.E. Kerr ($5.99 each, 12-up).

Paperback Series Reprints
I Can Read Books reprints Biscuit (0-06-444212-8) by Alyssa Satin Capucilli, illus. by Pat Schories; and Go Away, Dog (-444231-4) by Joan Nodset, illus. by Paul Meisel ($3.99 each, 3-5); Crocodile and Hen: A Bakongo Folktale ($3.99, -444263-2) by Joan Lexau, illus. by Doug Cushman (4-6); A Bargain for Frances (-4440001-X) by Russell Hoban, illus. by Lillian Hoban; Danny and the Dinosaur (-444002-8) by Syd Hoff; First Flight: The Story of Tom Tate and the Wright Brothers (-444215-2) by George Shea, illus. by Don Bolognese; Frog and Toad Are Friends (-444020-6) by Arnold Lobel; Harry and the Lady Next Door (-444008-7) by Gene Zion, illus. by Margaret Bloy Graham; Inspector Hopper (-444260-8) by Doug Cushman; The Josefina Story Quilt (-444129-6) by Eleanor Coerr, illus. by Bruce Degen; Little Bear (-444004-4) by Else Holmelund Minarik, illus. by Maurice Sendak ($3.99 each, 4-8).

Also Minnie and Moo and the Potato from Planet X (-444312-4) by Denys Cazet; and Seasons: A Book of Poems (-051854-5) by Charlotte Zolotow, illus. by Erik Blegvad ($3.99 each, 4-8); The Golly Sisters Go West ($3.99, -444132-6) by Betsy Byars, illus. by Sue Truesdell (5-8); and Amelia Bedelia's Family Album (-051116-8) and Amelia Bedelia Goes Camping (-051106-0) by Peggy Parish, illus. by Lynn Sweat; Captain and Matey Set Sail (-444285-3) by Daniel Laurence, illus. by Claudio Muñoz; and The High Rise Private Eyes #1: The Case of the Missing Monkey (-444306-X) by Cynthia Rylant, illus. by G. Brian Karas ($3.99 each, 6-8). New Riverside Kids reprints are E Is for Elisa ($4.25, -054374-4) by Johanna Hurwitz, illus. by Debbie Tilley (6-9). Rowan of Rin adds Rowan and the Zebak ($5.99, -441024-2) by Emily Rodda (7-up). Baseball Card Adventures scores Shoeless Joe & Me ($5.99, -447259-0) by Dan Gutman (8-12). Young Heroes gains Hippolyta and the Curse of the Amazons ($5.99, -440848-5) by Jane Yolen and Robert Harris (8-12). And The Princess Diaries reprints Princess in Love ($6.99, -447280-9) by Meg Cabot (12-up).

Paperback Reissues
Earl's Too Cool for Me ($5.99, 0-06-051914-2) by Leah Komaiko, illus. by Laura Cornell (4-8); Flat Stanley (0-06-009791-4) and Stanley and the Magic Lamp (0-06-009793-0) by Jeff Brown, illus. by Scott Nash ($4.99 each, 7-10); The Brave (0-06-447079-2), The Chief (0-06-447097-0) and The Contender (0-06-447039-3) by Robert Lipsyte ($5.99 each, 12-up); and It Ain't All for Nothin' ($5.99, 0-06-447311-2) by Walter Dean Myers (12-up).

Oscar and Hoo ($16.95, 0-00-710793-5) by Theo, illus. by Michael Dudok de Wit. A cloud befriends and guides a boy lost in the desert. (5-8)

Friends of a Feather: One of Life's Little Fables ($16.95, 0-06-009147-9) by Bill Cosby, illus. by Erika Cosby. A bird finds freedom when he soars out from his best friend's shadow. (4-up)

Paperback Series
Li'l Pet Hospital starts up with The Great Race (0-06-054833-9) and The Peanut Garden (-054836-3) ($3.99 each, 4-8). Launching Luna Bay: A Roxy Girl Series are Pier Pressure (-054834-7), Wave Good-Bye (-054835-5) and Weather or No (-054837-1) by Fran Lantz ($4.99 each, 9-up). Joining The New Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley are The Case of the Hollywood Who-Done-It (-009331-5), The Case of the Sundae Surprise (-009332-3) and The Case of Clue's Circus Caper (-009333-1) ($4.50 each, 6-10).

Two of a Kind continues with The Facts About Flirting (-009323-4), The Dream Date Debate (-009324-2) and Love-Set-Match (-009325-0) ($4.99 each, 8-12). Thoroughbred by Joanna Campbell trots on with Faith in a Long Shot (-009049-9), Christina's Shining Star (-009050-2) and Star's Inspiration (-009051-0) ($4.99 each, 8-12). The final Ashleigh title is Stardust's Foal ($4.99, -009146-0) by Joanna Campbell (8-12).

Mary-Kate and Ashley: In Action adds Operation Evaporation (-009305-6), Dog Gone Mess (-009306-4) and The Music Meltdown (-009307-2) ($4.50 each, 10-up). So Little Time by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen adds Girl Talk (-009311-0), The Love Factor (-009312-9) and Dating Game (-009313-7) ($4.99 each, 10-up). And Mary-Kate and Ashley: Sweet 16 issues Playing Games (-052813-3), Cross Our Hearts (-052814-1) and All That Glitters (-055646-3) ($4.99 each, 10-up).

A Teen's Guide to Living Drug-Free ($12.95, 0-7573-0041-3) by Bettie Youngs, Jennifer Leigh Youngs and Tina Moreno includes advice, commentary and stories from teens. (13-19)

Paperback Series
Teen Ink adds What Matters ($12.95, 0-7573-0063-4), ed. by Stephanie Meyer, John Meyer and Peggy Veljkovic (13-18).

The Girl with No Hair: A Story About Alopecia Areata ($14.95, 0-929173-40-6). Kelly looks back at her years of learning to live with a disease that causes hair loss. (8-12)

(Trafalgar Square, dist.)
Tiger Trail ($17.95, 0-340-77928-4; paper $8.95, -77929-2) by An Vrombaut tells of a brave kitten that walks down the tiger trail. (2-4)

Jessica Strange ($17.95, 0-340-77963-2; paper $8.95, -77964-0) by Malorie Blackman, illus. by Alison Bartlett. Will Jessica Strange ever realize that she's a cat? (3-5)

Oscar and Arabella ($13.95, 0-340-79719-3; paper $8.95, -79720-7) by Neal Layton. Two woolly mammoths must outwit a scary creature lurking in a cave. (3-5)

The Life of Saint Francis ($9.95, 0-340-71427-1) by Rachel Billington, illus. by James Mayhew, is a biography of this saint. (9-up)

The Ark of the People Sequence issues The Ark of the People (0-340-79177-2), The Quest for the End of the Tail (-77340-5) and The Spell to Save the Golden Snake (-85064-7) by W.J. Corbett (9-12). And the CeliaRees Supernatural Trilogy includes City of Shadows (-81800-X), A Trap in Time (-81801-8) and The Host Rides Out (-81802-6) by Celia Rees (9-12).

Blues Journey ($18.95, 0-8234-1613-5) by Walter Dean Myers, illus. by Christopher Myers, is a blues poem celebrating the African experience in America. (All ages)

Enduring Wisdom: Sayings from Native Americans ($16.95, 0-8234-1455-8) by Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve, illus. by Synthia Saint James, pays tributes to the words that have helped sustain Native American peoples. (All ages)

Parade Day: Marching Through the Calendar Year ($16.95, 0-8234-1690-9) by Bob Barner. Parades celebrate holidays throughout the year. (3-6)

Farm Life ($16.95, 0-8234-1777-8) by Elizabeth Spurr, illus. by Steve Björkman, reveals what is inside the barns on Farmer Dan's farm. (3-6)

Bunny Business ($16.95, 0-8234-1771-9) by Nancy Poydar. What happens when Harry doesn't pay attention during rehearsals for the class play? (4-8)

Chicks & Chickens ($16.95, 0-8234-1700-X) by Gail Gibbons offers facts about this bird species. (4-8)

Souperchicken ($16.95, 0-8234-1704-2) by Mary Jane Auch, illus. by Mary Jane and Herm Auch. Henrietta saves her aunties' tail feathers so they won't become the soup of the day. (4-8)

The Story of Kites ($16.95, 0-8234-1715-8) by Ying Chang Compestine, illus. by YongSheng Xuan, explains how kites may have been invented. (4-8)

A Picture Book of Lewis and Clark ($16.95, 0-8234-1735-2) by David A. Adler, illus. by Ronald Himler, chronicles these explorers' journey West. (4-8)

A Picture Book of Harriet Beecher Stowe ($16.95, 0-8234-1646-1) by David A. Adler, illus. by Colin Bootman, focuses on the life of the author of Uncle Tom's Cabin. (4-8)

It's a Hummingbird's Life ($16.95, 0-8234-1658-5) by Irene Kelly examines the world of the hummingbird. (5-8)

Punctuation Takes a Vacation ($16.95, 0-8234-1687-9) by Robin Pulver, illus. by Lynn Rowe Reed. What would writing be like without question marks, apostrophes, periods and commas? (5-8)

Three Samurai Cats ($16.95, 0-8234-1742-5) by Eric A. Kimmel, illus. by Mordicai Gerstein. Samurai cats defeat a nasty rat in medieval Japan. (5-8)

The Lightning Bugs: An Ike and Mem Story ($15.95, 0-8234-1673-9) by Patrick Jennings, illus. by Anna Alter, is a chapter book that deals with decisions and consequences. (6-9)

There's a Frog in My Throat! 440 Animal Sayings a Little Bird Told Me ($16.95, 0-8234-1774-3) by Loreen Leedy and Pat Street, illus. by Leedy, rounds up animal sayings. (6-10)

The Prince of Ireland and the Three Magic Stallions ($16.95, 0-8234-1573-2) by Bryce Milligan, illus. by Preston McDaniels. The prince of Ireland must retrieve three magic stallions in order to break a spell. (6-10)

The Gods and Goddesses of Ancient China ($16.95, 0-8234-1694-1) by Leonard Everett Fisher profiles 16 deities. (6-10)

Brother Wolf, Sister Sparrow: Stories About Saints and Animals ($18.95, 0-8234-1724-7) by Eric A. Kimmel, illus. by John Winch, tells of the relationships between animals and the holy men and women who cared for them. (6-10)

I Was a Third Grade Bodyguard ($15.95, 0-8234-1775-1) by Mary Jane Auch, illus. by Herm Auch, is a follow-up to I Was a Third Grade Science Project and I Was a Third Grade Spy. (7-10)

The Gorillas of Gill Park ($16.95, 0-8234-1751-4) by Amy Gordon. Willy has some unexpected adventures when he spends the summer in the city with his aunt. (8-12)

Crandalls' Castle ($16.95, 0-8234-1726-3) by Betty Ren Wright. When her uncle buys an old mansion, Charli must find a way to stop the past from ruining the future. (8-12)

Mixed-Up Doubles ($16.95, 0-8234-1706-9) by Elena Yates Eulo. A new friend helps Hank adjust to his parents' divorce and fulfill his dream of being a successful tennis player. (11-up)

My Contract with Henry ($16.95, 0-8234-1701-8) by Robin Vaupel. A school project based on Henry David Thoreau's life changes the lives of a group of students. (11-up)

Blood Trail ($16.95, 0-8234-1723-9) by Nancy Springer. A teen is the only one who knows who might have murdered his best friend. (11-up)

The Monster in Me ($16.95, 0-8234-1713-1) by Mette Ivie Harrison. A caring foster family and her love of running help a girl overcome her childhood with a drug-addicted mother. (12-up)

Faith Wish ($16.95, 0-8234-1778-6) by James Bennett centers on a teenage girl who is drawn into a fanatical cult of born-again Christians. (12-up)

Mother's Day Mess: A Harry and Emily Adventure ($14.95, 0-8234-1773-5; paper $4.95, -1781-6) by Karen Gray Ruelle is a new Holiday House Reader (5-8).

Paperback Reprints
Look Out Jack! The Giant Is Back! ($6.95, 0-8234-1776-X) by Tom Birdseye, illus. by Will Hillenbrand (4-8); and Red, White, Blue, and Uncle Who? The Stories Behind Some of America's Patriotic Symbols ($6.95, -1784-0) by Teresa Bateman, illus. by John O'Brien (6-10).

Paperback Series Reprints
Holiday House Readers reprints The Monster in Harry's Backyard (0-8234-1783-2), Snow Valentines (-1782-4), April Fool! (-1780-8) and Mother's Day Mess (-1781-6) by Karen Gray Ruelle ($4.95 each, 5-8).

The Animal ABC ($15.95, 0-8050-6746-9) by Leslie Baker is an alphabet book featuring animal friends. (1-4)

At Grandma's ($15.95, 0-8050-6336-6) by Rhonda Gowler Greene, illus. by Karla Firehammer. At Grandma's house, there is much to do and much to share. (2-5)

Talk to Me About the Alphabet ($16.95, 0-8050-6782-5) by Chris Raschka. In this ABC book, A is for Attitude and W is for Way-cool Wheels. (2-5)

Hey, Diddle, Diddle ($17.95, 0-8050-6754-X) by Linda Bronson illustrates more than 60 nursery rhymes. (2-5)

What Did They See? ($14.95, 0-8050-6167-3) by John Schindel, illus. by Doug Cushman. An object brings joy to each animal that sees it. (2-5)

Cat Count ($14.95, 0-8050-6747-7) by Betsy Lewin is a counting tale starring cats. (3-7)

How the Elephant Got Its Trunk ($16.95, 0-8050-6699-3) by Jean Richards, illus. by Norman Gorbaty, imagines how elephants obtained their trunks. (3-7)

Mrs. Chicken and the Hungry Crocodile ($16.95, 0-8050-7047-8), by Won-Ldy Paye and Margaret Lippert, illus. by Julie Paschkis, retells this tale of a chicken that outwits a ravenous crocodile. (3-7)

The Ocean Is. ($16.95, 0-8050-7097-4) by Kathleen Kranking, photos by Norbert Wu, reveals all the things the ocean can be. (3-7)

One Child, One Seed ($16.95, 0-8050-7204-7) by Kathryn Cave, photos by Giséle Wulfsohn, is a counting book set in South Africa. (3-7)

Raccoon Tune ($15.95, 0-8050-6544-X) by Nancy Shaw, illus. by Howard Fine, introduces a family of mischievous raccoons. (3-7)

Rosie to the Rescue ($15.95, 0-8050-6486-9) by Bethany Roberts, illus. by Kay Chorao, recounts a brave squirrel's adventure. (3-7)

What the Elephant Told ($15.95, 0-8050-6442-7) by Barbara Brenner, illus. by Akemi Gutierrez. What do elephants and humans have in common? (3-7)

Big Day on the River ($16.95, 0-8050-6787-6) by Sarah Wilson, illus. by Randy Cecil. A girl longs to take her first solo raft ride on the river. (4-7)

Centipede's One Hundred Shoes ($15.95, 0-8050-7298-5) by Tony Ross presents a tale featuring numbers. (4-7)

Hop Frog ($15.95, 0-8050-6688-8) by Rick Chrustowski follows a frog's growth from tadpole. (4-7)

Olvina Flies ($15.95, 0-8050-6711-6) by Grace Lin. A chicken overcomes her fear of flying. (4-7)

The Witch's Children ($16.95, 0-8050-7205-5) by Ursula Jones, illus. by Russell Ayto. A witch's offspring don't know how to break the spells they cast. (4-7)

Arnie the Doughnut ($16.95, 0-8050-6283-1) by Laurie Keller introduces an unusual doughnut. (4-8)

The Bluebonnet Girl ($16.95, 0-8050-6573-3) by Michael Lind, illus. by Kate Kiesler, retells a Comanche legend about Texas. (4-9)

Camp Granada ($18.95, 0-8050-6683-7) by Frané Lessac compiles camp songs. (5-12)

The Purple Ribbon ($17.95, 0-8050-6659-4) by Sharelle Byars Moranville, illus. by Ann Alter, centers on a mouse family that takes up residence in an unusual place. (6-9)

Follow the Trail ($18.95, 0-8050-6195-9) by Jessica Loy offers an introduction to camping. (7-12)

The Key Collection ($15.95, 0-8050-7153-9) by Andrea Cheng, illus. by Yangsook Choi, is an intergenerational, cross-cultural story of love and friendship. (8-12)

The Way a Door Closes ($18.95, 0-8050-6477-X) by Hope Anita Smith, illus. by Shane Evans. This novel in poems reveals a young man's struggle to accept his absent father. (8-12)

The Ghost Behind the Wall ($16.95, 0-8050-7149-0) by Melvin Burgess. A boy who plays tricks on his neighbors encounters a ghost with a grudge. (9-12)

Cold in Summer ($16.95, 0-8050-7052-4) by Tracy Barrett. A new girl in town meets an old-fashioned girl who can't seem to find her way home. (10-14)

Keeper of the Night ($16.95, 0-8050-6361-7) by Kimberly Willis Holt. In this novel set in Guam, a young woman struggles to protect her family after suicide hits home. (12-up)

One Shot ($16.95, 0-8050-6844-9) by Susan Glick. An artist emerges in this coming-of-age novel. (12-up)

The Prydain Companion ($19.95,0-8050-7271-3) by Michael O. Tunnell is a reference guide to Lloyd Alexander's Prydain Chronicles. (12-up)

The Eddie Dickens Trilogy continues with Dreadful Acts ($14.95, 0-8050-7155-5) by Philip Ardagh, illus. by David Roberts (9-14).

Lassie Come Home ($17.95, 0-8050-7206-3) by Eric Knight, illus. by Marguerite Kirmse (4-12); and Time Cat ($16.95, -7270-5) by Lloyd Alexander (8-12).

Paperback Reprints
Little Bunny on the Move ($5.95, 0-8050-7259-4) by Peter McCarty (3-9); Vera's First Day of School ($6.95, -7269-1) by Vera Rosenberry (4-7); The Attack of the 50-Foot Teacher ($6.95, -7260-8) by Lisa Passen (5-8); and Open Wide: Tooth School Inside ($6.95, -7268-3) by Laurie Keller (5-10).

The Old Woman and the Eagle ($18, 1-883536-27-8) by Idries Shah, illus. by Natasha Delmar. In this tale from Afghanistan, an old woman insists that an eagle is really a pigeon. (3-8)

Baby Day ($9.95, 0-618-27576-2) by Nancy Elizabeth Wallace follows a baby through a day. (Up to 4)

Sweater (0-618-26370-5), Longjohns (-22996-5), Swimsuit (-26371-3) and Galoshes (-22997-3) by Kit Allen reveal how to dress for various seasons ($4.95 each, 1-3).

Willa the Wonderful ($15, 0-618-27522-3) by Susan Milord. A girl discovers that being a fairy princess is not as easy as she thought. (4-8)

Toestomper and the Bad Butterflies ($15, 0-618-14092-1) by Sharleen Collicott. Toestomper's fuzzy little caterpillars turn into butterflies with attitude. (4-8)

A Bird About to Sing ($15, 0-618-18865-7) by Laura Nyman Montenegro. How will Natalie muster the courage to read her poetry in front of an audience? (4-8)

The Trouble with Normal ($15, 0-618-15626-7) by Charise Mericle Harper introduces a squirrel that wants to work for the Secret Service. (4-8)

Mim, Gym, and June ($15, 0-618-15254-7) by Denis Roche. Two very different cats meet in gym class. (4-8)

The Water Gift and the Pig of the Pig ($15, 0-618-07436-8) by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, illus. by Linda Wingerter, is a tale about a divining rod, a beloved pig and a girl with many gifts. (4-8)

Tippintown: A Guided Tour ($15, 0-618-14972-4) by Calef Brown offers a tour of an unusual place. (4-8)

The Life and Times of the Ant ($16, 0-618-00559-5) by Charles Micucci examines these diminutive creatures. (4-8)

What Do You Do with a Tail Like This? ($15, 0-618-25628-8) by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page reveals the things animals can do with their ears, eyes, mouths, noses, feet and tails. (4-8)

Nine Animals and the Well ($16, 0-618-30915-2) by James Rumford is a fable exploring the origin of numbers and the gift of friendship. (5-10)

The Time Spinners ($15, 0-618-16412-X) by Luli Gray is a time-travel adventure that begins in a New York museum. (10-14)

The Ballad of Sir Dinidan ($15, 0-618-19099-6) by Gerald Morris. This Arthurian caper centers on a knight who has no desire to quest, joust or save damsels in distress. (10-14)

Mind Games ($15, 0-618-17672-1) by Jeanne Marie Grunwell is a first novel that centers on members of the Mad Science Club. (10-14)

The World According to Dog: Poems and Teen Voices ($15, 0-618-17497-4) by Joyce Sidman, photos by Doug Mindell, examines people's lives with dogs. (10-up)

Not As Crazy As I Seem ($16, 0-618-26365-9) by George Harrar. A boy with odd compulsions finds himself in big trouble at his new high school. (11-up)

Our Time on the River ($15, 0-618-31116-5) by Don Brown. This first novel tells of two brothers coming of age in a challenging time. (12-up)

High Heat ($16, 0-618-31117-3) by Carl Deuker. A teenage boy's life of privilege is turned upside down. (12-up)

The Kings Are Already Here ($16, 0-618-26363-2) by Garret Freymann-Weyr focuses on two teens: one obsessed with ballet, the other a potential world chess champion. (12-up)

Scientists in the Field adds The Woods Scientist ($16, 0-618-04602-X) by Stephen Swinburne, photos by Susan Morse (9-12).

Jorge el curioso encuentra trabajo (Curious George Takes a Job) ($14, 0-618-33601-X; paper $4.95, -33600-1) by H.A. Rey, trans. by Yanitzia Canetti (4-8); Wings: A Tale of Two Chickens ($15, -22587-0; paper $4.95, -31659-0) by James Marshall (4-8); and Carry On, Mr. Bowditch ($17, -25081-6; paper $6.95, -25074-3) by John O'Hara Cosgrave II (12-up).

Paperback Reprints
Cousin Ruth's Tooth (0-618-31099-1) by Amy MacDonald, illus. by Marjorie Priceman; Flicker Flash (-31102-5) by Joan Bransfield Graham, illus. by Nancy Davis; Rare Treasure: Mary Anning and Her Remarkable Discoveries (-31081-9) by Don Brown; and Looking Down (-31098-3) by Steve Jenkins ($5.95 each, 4-8); The Story of the Incredible Orchestra ($6.95, -31112-0) by Bruce Koscielniak (4-8); Inchworm and a Half (-31101-7) by Elinor Pinczes, illus. by Randall Enos; and The Boy Who Loved to Draw: Benjamin West (-31089-4) by Barbara Brenner, illus. by Olivier Dunrea ($5.95 each, 5-8); Seeker of Knowledge: The Man Who Deciphered Egyptian Hieroglyphs ($6.95, -33345-2) by James Rumford (5-8); Old Ironsides: Americans Build a Fighting Ship ($6.95, -31115-7) by David Weitzman (8-12); Paddington at Work (-31105-X) and Paddington Goes to Town (-31104-1) by Michael Bond, illus. by Peggy Fortnum; and Egg-Drop Blues (-25080-8) by Jacqueline Turner Banks ($4.95 each, 8-12); Moon over Tennessee: A Boy's Civil War Journal (-31107-6) by Craig Crist-Evans, illus. by Bonnie Christensen; Journeys in Time: A New Atlas of American History (-31114-9) by Elspeth Leacock and Susan Buckley, illus. by Rodica Prato; and Places in Time: A New Atlas of American History (-31113-0) by Leacock and Buckley, illus. by Randy Jones ($6.95 each, 8-up); Lombardo's Law (-31108-4) by Ellen Wittlinger and Jeremy Visick (-34514-0) by David Wiseman ($5.95 each, 10-14); Breaking Through (-34248-6) by Francisco Jimenez and The House on Hound Hill (-33124-7) by Maggie Prince ($6.95 each, 10-up); and The Amazing Paper Cuttings of Hans Christian Andersen (-31109-2) by Beth Wagner Brust, illus. by Hans Christian Andersen ($9.95, 10-up).

A Dozen Ducklings Lost and Found: A Counting Story ($15, 0-618-14175-8) by Harriet Ziefert, illus. by Donald Dreifuss. A mother duck shows off her babies. (4-8)

Alicia's Best Friends ($15, 0-618-23951-0) by Lisa Jahn-Clough has the title character show her four closest friends how each of them is special. (4-8)

Harry on the Rocks ($15, 0-618-27603-3) by Susan Meddaugh illustrates how one boating excursion gone awry can hatch a new friend. (4-8)

Lunchtime for a Purple Snake ($15, 0-618-31133-5) by Harriet Ziefert, illus. by Todd McKie reveals the joy painting brings to artists young and old. (4-8)

The Wrong One ($15, 0-618-27899-1) by Carol Otis Hurst. Mysterious things happen after the Spencer family moves to a farmhouse in Massachusetts. (8-12)

The Snow Pony ($15, 0-618-25404-8) by Alison Lester examines the relationship between Dusty and her beloved horse. (10-14)

The Silent Boy ($15, 0-618-28231-9) by Lois Lowry presents the story of a boy who can communicate with animals. (10-up)

The Last Mall Rat ($15, 0-618-23417-9) by Erik Esckilsen. Mitch looks for a job, and a little respect, in this debut novel. (12-up)

Paperback Reprints
Cat Up a Tree (0-618-33524-2) by Ann and John Hassett ($5.95, 4-8), Haystack(-33522-6) by Bonnie Geisert, illus. by Arthur Geisert ($5.95, all ages), and Emma's Rug (-33523-4) by Allen Say ($6.95, all ages).

(Kregel, dist.)
God's Wonderful World ($6.95, 0-8254-7269-5) is a boxed set of three mini board books with stories about friendship, happiness and nature. (up to 5)

Lift the Flap Bible Story Book ($10.99, 0-8254-7270-9) retells Old and New Testament tales. (up to 5)

My Very First Bible ($10.99, 0-8254-7271-7) collects 12 biblical stories. (up to 7)

Paperback Series: The Eel Grass Girls Mysteries adds The Haunting of Captain Snow ($11.95, 1-886551-08-1) by Rachel Nickerson Luna (10-13).

Chip Wants a Dog ($16.99, 0-7868-0606-0) by William Wegman. This tale of a dog-crazy boy is illustrated with photos. (All ages)

Five Little Pumpkins ($5.99, 0-7868-1919-7) by Michael Scott is a board book featuring photos of babies. (up to 3)

Monster Toddler ($15.99, 0-7868-1996-0) by John Wallace. A sweet boy turns into the title character. (2-5)

Broom Mates ($15.99, 0-7868-0418-1) by Margie Palatini, illus. by Howard Fine. Can a witch survive having a broom mate for a day? (2-5)

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! ($12.99, 0-7868-1988-X) by Mo Willems. When a bus driver takes a break, an unlikely volunteer takes his place. (2-6)

Emily and Friends: A Playtime Learning Box ($19.99, 0-7868-0868-3) by Rosemary Wells contains activities, games and stories. (3-6)

Who Said Boo? ($12.99, 0-7868-0811-X) by Anne Miranda, illus. by Ross Collins. One Halloween, a girl is scared in her own home. (3-6)

Little Star ($12.99, 0-7868-1939-1) by Antonin Louchard is a wordless tale about a starfish's adventure. (3-6)

A Tiger Called Thomas ($15.99, 0-7868-0517-X) by Charlotte Zolotow, illus. by Diana Cain Bluthenthal, tells of a shy boy who moves into a new house. (4-8)

The Terrible Underpants ($12.99, 0-7868-1924-3) by Kaz Cooke. What would you do if everyone saw your worst undies? (4-up)

The Wright Brothers ($15.99, 0-7868-1951-0) by Pamela Duncan Edwards, illus. by Henry Cole, chronicles these siblings' aviation feat. (5-9)

Witch Twins and Melody Malady ($14.99, 0-7868-1940-5) by Adele Griffin, illus. by Jacqueline Rodgers, introduces two very different identical twins. (7-11)

Maxx Comedy: The Funniest Kid in America ($15.99, 0-7868-0746-6) by Gordon Korman centers on a boy who has been trying to make people laugh since he was very young. (8-12)

Skunk Scout ($15.99, 0-7868-0670-2) by Laurence Yep. A movie-loving boy is reluctant to go on a camping trip. (8-12)

James Cameron'sTitanic: Ghosts of the Abyss ($19.99, 0-7868-1899-9) by Mireille Majoor. This book about the movie features 3-D images. (8-12)

Sahara Special ($15.99, 0-7868-0793-8) by Esme Raji Codell. An inspiring teacher changes the life of a talented but troubled student. (8-12)

Gilbert and Sullivan Set Me Free ($15.99, 0-7868-1916-2) by Kathleen Karr. The youngest inmate of a prison keeps the nature of her crime a secret. (10-14)

Baby Einstein adds Splash & Giggle Bath Books: Who Lives in the Pond? (0-7868-1910-3) and Mimi's Toes (-1909-X), concept by Julie Aigner-Clark, illus. by Nadeem Zaidi; and Fabric Rattle Books: In the Rain with Jane (-1903-0) and My Favorite Colors (-1904-9), concept by Aigner Clark, illus. by Zaidi ($6.99 each, up to 2); Animal Discovery Cards (-1873-5) and Language Discovery Cards (-1874-3), concept by Aigner-Clark ($9.99 each, 1-up); and Master Pieces (-1905-7) and Pretty Poems and Wonderful Words (-1906-5), concept by Aigner-Clark, illus. by Zaidi ($9.99 each, 18-36 mos.). Tough Stuff offers Tractor Power (-1979-0) and Digger Power (-1980-4) ($5.99 each, 2-up); Tough Truck Rescue (-1981-2) and Helicopter Rescue (-1982-0) ($8.99 each, 2-up); and Fire, Fire! Emergency (1983-9) and Police Chase! Emergency (-1984-7) ($12.99 each, 2-up). And Tales from the Odyssey gains Sirens and Sea Monsters ($9.99, -0772-5) by Mary Pope Osborne (8-11).

Paperback Reprints
Blast Off Boy and Blorp: New Pet ($4.99, 0-7868-1429-2) by Dan Yaccarino (4-7); Bill Nye the Science Guy's Big Blue Ocean ($6.99, -1757-7) by Bill Nye, illus. by John Dykes (7-10); Witch Twins at Camp Bliss ($5.99, -1583-3) by Adele Griffin (7-11); The Million Dollar Shot (-1746-1), The Million Dollar Kick (-1584-1) and Virtually Perfect (-1745-3) by Dan Gutman ($5.99 each, 8-12); Amandine ($6.99, -1441-1) by Adele Griffin (10-14); and Under a War-Torn Sky (-1753-4) by L.M. Elliot and Zach's Lie (-1440-3) by Roland Smith ($5.99 each, 10-up).

Z Goes Home ($16.95, 0-7868-1987-1) by Jon Agee. When the workday's done, the letter Z goes home. (All ages)

Begging for Change ($15.99, 0-7868-0601-X) by Sharon G. Flake. Once homeless, Raspberry Hill vows never to end up on the streets again. (10-up)

Paperback Reprint
Money Hungry ($5.99, 0-7868-1503-5) by Sharon G. Flake (10-up).

Paperback Series Reprints
Welcome to the Shanna Show! presents Shanna's Ballerina Show (0-7868-1758-5), Shanna's Teacher Show (-1759-3), Shanna's Doctor Show (-1760-7) and Shanna's Princess Show (-1761-5) by Jean Marzollo, illus. by Shane Evans ($3.50 each, 3-7).

Artemis Fowl: The Eternity Code ($16.95, 0-7868-1914-6) by Eoin Colfer. Artemis constructs a super computer from stolen fairy technology. (12-up)

Paperback Series
Spy Kids sleuth on in Mucho Madness (0-7868-1717-8) and OSS Wilderness (-1718-6), by Elizabeth Lenhard, based on characters by Robert Rodriquez ($4.99 each, 8-12).

Paperback Reprints
Artemis Fowl ($7.99, 0-7868-1787-9) by Eoin Colfer (10-up); and Colfer's Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident ($6.99, -1708-9, 12-up).

Inside Out ($15.95, 0-9701907-5-1) by Wendy Stofan Halley, illus. by Roberta Collier-Morales. Karly finds a way to remember her friend, a spirit whose home is in the stars. (3-10)

In Every Moon There Is a Face ($15.95, 0-9701907-4-3) by Charles Mathes, illus. by Arlene Graston, is the tale of a moon, a face and a child. (4-up)

Shape Sorter Book: My First Shape Sorter Book ($14.99, 1-58476-170-9) by Lee Vietro, illus. by Farah Aria, contains 14 pieces that fit into holes on each page. (18 mos.-3 yrs.)

Hands-On Reading: Build-a-Word ($12.99, 1-58476-163-6) by Nora Gaydos, illus. by Jackie Snider, examines compound words. (4-7)

Catch-And-Match Book: Let's Fish! ($14.99, 1-58476-164-4) by Leslie Bockol, illus. by Shirley Beckes, challenges readers to 'catch' animals with a magnetic fishing pole and match them to the correct space. (4-7)

Measure Up! A Bug Contest ($14.99, 1-58476-166-0) by Frank Wilson, illus. by Mircea Catusanu. Kids use a retracting measuring tape to determine which bug wins various competitions. (5-8)

Soft Shapes introduces Bugs in the Garden (1-58476-171-7) and Where Is My Baby? (-172-5) by Leslie Bockol, illus. by Bob Filipowich ($7.99 each, 1-4). Tote-Along Soft Shapes issues My Lunch Box (-173-3) and My Toolbox (-174-1) by Bob Filipowich ($9.99 each, 1-4). New to Now I'm Reading! are Look Around! Pre-Reader ($14.99, -167-9, 3-6) and Simply Science Independent ($14.99, -169-5, 4-7) by Nora Gaydos, illus. by BB Sams. And Hands-On Science presents Bubbleology ($19.99, -165-2) by Jim Moskowitz and Casey Carle, illus. by Jim Palliot and Mike Dammer (6-up).

My Name Starts With debuts with My Name Starts with A (0-9725292-0-9) and My Name Starts with S (-1-7) by Larry Hayes, illus. by Airlie Anderson ($10.95 each, 1-8).

Rescuing Einstein's Compass ($15.95, 1-56656-507-3) by Shulamith Oppenheim, illus. by George Juhasz. Theo goes sailing with this scientist in this tale based on the author's friendship with Einstein. (3-9)

Nico's Octopus ($15.95, 1-56656-483-2) by Caroline Pitcher, illus. by Nilesh Mistry. Nico rescues an octopus from a fisherman's net and brings it home. (3-8)

Paperback Reissue
The Elephant's Child ($7.95, 1-56656-512-X) by Rudyard Kipling, illus. by Jan Mogensen (all ages).

Paperback Reprint
The Day the Rabbi Disappeared: Jewish Holiday Tales of Magic ($9.95, 0-8276-0757-1), retold by Howard Schwartz, illus. by Monique Passicot (8-up).

Paperback Series
Book of Black Heroes introduces Scientists, Healers and Inventors ($9.95, 0-940975-97-1) by Wade Hudson (9-up).

Paperback Reprints
The March on Washington (0-940975-93-9) and Freedom Rides: Journey for Justice (-94-7) by James Haskins ($10.95 each, 9-up).

(Independent Publishers Group, dist.)
The Featherless Chicken ($14.95, 84-95730-36-7) by Marisa Núñez, illus. by Helle Thomassen, retells a Spanish tale about a chicken that outwits a greedy king. (3-6)

Camilla the Zebra ($14.95, 84-95730-39-1) by Marisa Núñez, illus. by Oscar Villán. A young zebra's friends help her after the wind steals some of her stripes. (3-6)

Paco ($14.95, 84-95730-38-3) by Paula Carballeira, illus. by Blanca Barrio. A rat journeys to discover if the moon is really made of cheese and learns the value of home. (3-6)

Paperback Series
Science Solves It! continues with Bears on the Brain ($4.99, 1-57565-121-1) by Lucille Recht Penner, illus. by Lynn Adams (4-6); Buried in the Backyard ($4.99, -126-2) by Gail Herman, illus. by Jerry Smath (5-7); and Clever Trevor (-123-8) by Sarah Albee, illus. by Paige Billin Frye; Gotcha! (-124-6) by Jennifer Dussling, illus. by John Nez; It Came from Outer Space! (-122-X) by Harry Barker, illus. by Barry Gott; and Slow Down, Sara! (-125-4) by Laura Driscoll, illus. by Page Eastburn O'Rourke ($4.99 each, 6-8).

A Boot Fell from Heaven ($15.95, 1-929132-45-X) by Kåre Bluitgen, illus. by Chiara Carrer. God meets the boy who found his lost boot. (All ages)

Grandparents! ($10.95, 1-929132-46-8) by Anne-Laure Fournier le Ray, illus. by Roser Capdevila, pays tribute to a special relationship. (All ages)

Little School ($15.95, 1-929132-42-5) by Beth Norling reveals what happens during the school day. (2-5)

The Key to My Heart ($15.95, 1-929132-40-9) by Nira Harel, illus. by Yossi Abulafia. A boy helps his father find his missing keys. (3-8)

While We Were Out ($15.95, 1-929132-44-1) by Ho Baek Lee shows what a clever rabbit does when left alone. (3-8)

Benny ($15.95, 1-929132-43-3) by Sieb Posthuma. Can Dr. Duncan and his Sniff Machine help Benny find his bone? (4-8)

The Deliverance of Dancing Bears ($15.95, 1-929132-41-7) by Elizabeth Stanley. A kind man rescues a bear forced to dance in the village square. (5-9)

Paperback Reprint
The Fabulous Song ($7.95, 1-929132-48-4) by Don Gillmor, illus. by Marie-Louise Gay (4-8).

The Shapes of My Jewish Year (1-58013-049-6) by Marji Gold-Vukson, illus. by Sally Springer; and The Sounds of My Jewish Year (-047-X) by Gold-Vukson, illus. by Suzanne Urban, are board books exploring the Jewish holidays through familiar shapes; and sounds ($4.95 each, 2-6).

The Mouse in the Matzah Factory ($6.95, 1-58013-048-8) by Francine Medoff, illus. by Nicole in den Bosch. A mouse learns how wheat is made into matzah. (3-8)

(Baker and Taylor, dist.)
Papa Golley's Journey Home ($14.95, 1-889506-06-0) by George Norton, illus. by Darren Hutcherson. Papa Golley and the Mill Street Kids travel to Ghana. (All ages)

Count Us In ($13.95, 1-889506-03-6) by C.D. Daniels, illus. by Tracey Hendricks, centers on physically challenged children. (3-6)

Ten Buttermilk Pancakes ($9.95, 1-889506-10-9) by George Norton, illus. by Darren Hutcherson, is a counting tale. (3-6)

Wake Up and Recognize: Life of a Stepdaughter ($16.95, 1-889506-09-5) by Darlene Robbins-Turner, illus. by Tracey Hendricks, describes Heaven Taylor's life as a stepdaughter. (8-up)

Stanley's Party ($14.95, 1-55337-382-0) by Linda Bailey, illus. by Bill Slavin. A dog throws a wild party. (3-7)

The Kids Book of World Religions ($15.95, 1-55074-959-5) by Jennifer Glossop, illus. by John Mantha, examines 12 religions. (8-12)

And in the Morning ($16.95, 1-55337-400-0) by John Wilson relates a teen's experiences in the trenches during WWI. (10-14)

A Dirty Deed ($16.95, 1-55337-360-X) by Ted Stenhouse. Two boys uncover a plot to cheat the rightful owner out of a tract of land. (10-14)

Traditional Nursery Rhyme Board Books presents Hey Diddle Diddle (1-55337-078-3), Jack and Jill (-075-9), Little Miss Muffet (-076-7) and Pat-a-Cake (-077-5), illus. by Heather Collins ($3.95 each, 1-3). Elliot Moose returns in Elliot's Great Big Lift-the-Flap Book ($12.95, -373-1) by Andrea Beck (3-5). Wheels at Work spins on with On the Road (-379-0, with magnets -043-0) and At a Construction Site (-378-2, with magnets -044-9) by Don Kilby ($14.95 each, with magnets $16.95, 3-7). Franklin Treasuries offers Franklin's Family Treasury ($15.95, -479-7) by Paulette Bourgeois, illus. by Brenda Clark (3-8). New Franklin TV Storybooks are Franklin and Otter's Visit (-021-X), Franklin's Bicycle Helmet (-730-4), Franklin Plants a Tree (-878-5) and Franklin's Canoe Trip (-019-8), created by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark ($10.95 each, 3-8). Kids Can Read! welcomes Puppy Sam Stories: Pizza for Sam (-329-4, paper -331-6) and Sam Finds a Monster (-351-0, paper -352-9) by Mary Labatt, illus. by Marisol Sarrazin ($14.95 each, paper $3.95, 5-6); Franklin the Turtle Stories: Franklin's Trading Cards (-463-0, paper -464-9) and Franklin Stays Up (-371-5, paper -372-3), created by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark ($14.95 each, paper $3.95, 6-7); and Riddle Books: Critter Riddles (-445-2, paper -411-8) and Yummy Riddles (-446-0, paper -412-6) by Marilyn Helmer, illus. by Eric Parker ($14.95 each, paper $5.95, 6-8).

Once-Upon-a-Time introduces Three Tuneful Tales ($10.95, 1-55074-941-2) by Marilyn Helmer, illus. by Kasia Charko (5-8). Joining the Kids Can Press Wildlife Series is Otters ($10.95, 1-55337-406-1; paper $5.95, -407-X) by Adrienne Mason, illus. by Nancy Gray Ogle (5-10). Animal Behavior adds Animals and Their Young ($10.95, -061-9; paper $5.95, -062-7) by Pamela Hickman, illus. by Pat Stephens (7-11). Tornado ($14.95, 1-55074-951-X; paper $6.95, -972-2) by Cynthia Pratt Nicolson is a new Disaster title (8-12). FAQ offers Inventions ($12.95, 1-55337-403-7; paper $6.95, -404-5) by Valerie Wyatt, illus. by Matthew Fernandes (8-12).

Snapshots: Images of People and Places in History greets Albert Einstein: A Life of Genius ($14.95, -396-0: paper $6.95, -397-9) by Elizabeth MacLeod (8-12). Kids Can Do It presents Picture This: Fun Photography and Crafts (-046-5, paper -047-3) by Debra Friedman, illus. by Jane Kurisu; Crocheting (-176-3, paper -177-1) by Gwen Blakley Kinsler and Jackie Young, illus. by Esperança Melo; Funky Junk: Cool Stuff to Make with Hardware (-387-1, paper -388-X) by Renée Schwartz ($12.95 each, paper $5.95, 8-up). And new Stevie Diamond Mysteries are How Can a Brilliant Detective Shine in the Dark? (1-55074-896-3, paper -750-9) and What's a Serious Detective Like Me Doing in Such a Silly Movie? (-926-9, paper -922-6) by Linda Bailey ($14.95 each, paper $4.95, 8-up).

Paperback Reprints
The City ABC ($5.95, 1-55074-948-X), photos by Zoran Milich (all ages); Leon the Chameleon ($5.95, 1-55337-527-0) by Mélanie Watt (2-5); The Biggest Fish in the Lake (-528-9) by Margaret Carney, illus. by Janet Wilson, and The Frog Princess (-526-2) by Rosalind Allchin ($5.95 each, 5-8); and Across the Steel River ($6.95, -015-5) by Ted Stenhouse (10-14).

Moonthief ($15, 0-7534-5481-5) by Roger McGough, illus. by Penny Dann, presents a love story. (2-up)

The Kingfisher Book of Family Poems ($18.95,0-7534 -5557-9), selected by Belinda Hollyer, illus. by Holly Swain, collects poetry celebrating families. (5-up)

The Concise Animal Encyclopedia ($14.95, 0-7534-5590-0) focuses on more than 2,000 animals. (8-14)

First Books adds First Color Book ($9.95, 0-7534-5572-2, 2-6). The Best Book series offers The Best Book of Wolves & Wild Dogs (-5574-9) and The Best Book of Early People (-5577-3) ($12.95 each, 5-8). I Wonder Why introduces I Wonder Why Stalactites Hang Down and Other Questions About Caves ($11.95, -5573-0, 5-8). Facts and Records issues Amazing Achievements ($14.95, -5453-X, 8-up). And joining Kingfisher Riding Club is Horse and Pony Breeds ($14.95, -5575-7, 8-up).

Amazing Machines ($10.95, 0-7534-5642-7) by Tony Mitton, illus. by Ant Parker, rounds up four transportation capers. (2-5)

Mi primer libro de figuras ($6.95, 0-7534-5527-7) by Ann Montague-Smith, illus. by Mandy Stanley, introduces shapes in Spanish. (2-6)

White Rabbit's Gift Set ($9.95, 0-7534-5625-7) by Alan Baker packages White Rabbit with a toy. (3-5)

The Little Dictionary ($9.95, 0-7534-5645-1), ed. by John Grisewood, is a first dictionary. (5-8)

The Kingfisher Treasury of Myths and Legends ($12.95, 0-7534-5635-4) by Ann Pilling, illus. by Kady MacDonald Denton, introduces world mythology. (5-10)

Paperback Series
First Fun Packs debuts with First NumberFun (0-7534-5627-3) and First Word Fun (-5628-1) by Jeni Riley, illus. by Mandy Stanley ($7.95 each, 3-5). And launching Red Hot Reads are Detective Stories (-5636-2), selected by Philip Pullman; Fantasy Stories (-5637-0), selected by Diana Wynne Jones; Horror Stories (-5638-9), selected by Susan Price; Horse Stories (-5639-7), selected by Christine Pullein-Thompson; Mystery Stories (-5640-0), selected by Helen Cresswell; and Sports Stories (-5641-9), selected by Alan Durant ($6.95 each, 9-14).

Paperback Series in Spanish
Little Rabbit Books presents Los conejitos aprenden las palabras (Little Rabbit's First Word Book) (0-7534-5596-X), Los conejitos aprenden los colores (Little Rabbit's Color Book) (-5598-6) and Los conejitos aprenden los numeros (Little Rabbit's First Number Book) (-5595-1) by Alan Baker ($4.95 each, 2-5).

Paperback Reprint
Little Farmer Joe ($7.95, 0-7534-5593-5) by Ian Whybrow, illus. by Christian Birmingham (3-7).

Paperback Series Reprints
Little Rabbit Books reprints Little Rabbit's First Farm Book ($5.95, 0-7534-5594-3, 2-5). New Backyard Books are Are You a Butterfly? (-5608-7), Are You a Ladybug? (-5603-6), Are You a Snail? (-5604-4) and Are You a Spider? (-5609-5) ($4.95 each, 3-5). Animal Lives presents Barn Owl (-5606-0), Frog (-5601-X), Otter (-5602-8) and Rabbit (-5607-9) ($4.95 each, 5-8). I Wonder Why reprints I Wonder Why I Blink (-5610-9), I Wonder Why Spiders Spin Webs (-5613-3), I Wonder Why Stars Twinkle (-5614-1), I Wonder Why the Sea Is Salty (-5611-7), I Wonder Why Snakes Shed Their Skin (-5612-5) and I Wonder Why Triceratops Had Horns (-5615-X) ($5.95 each, 5-8). And The Kingfisher Treasury of Stories issues Funny Stories (-5631-1), Animal Stories (-5629-X), Ballet Stories (-5630-3), Pirate Stories (-5632-X), Princess Stories (-5633-8) and Spooky Stories (-5634-6) ($5.95 each, 5-9).

Potholders and Other Loopy Projects ($16.95, 1-57054-963-X) by Barbara Kane offers a loom, loops and instructions for weaving projects. (6-up)

The Spiral Draw Book ($19.95, 1-57054-960-5) by Doug Stillinger includes drawing wheels, gel pens and directions for creating spiral art. (8-up)

Picture Bracelets ($12.95, 1-57054-972-9) by Sherri Haab is a kit for making personalized jewelry. (8-up)

My Anytime Anywhere Autograph Book ($12.95, 1-57054-954-0) by Marilyn Green presents autograph rhymes and signature ideas. (8-up)

Origami ($16.95, 1-57054-997-4) by Anne Akers Johnson provides materials and instructions for 10 origami projects. (9-up)

The Outsiders ($6.99, 0-8254-2793-2) by LeAnne Hardy. In a town where being different can be dangerous, a girl and her Korean friend struggle to fit in. (9-14)

Paperback Series
Rugendo Rhino adds The Poison Arrow Tree (0-8254-2041-5) and The Carjackers (-2042-3) by Shel Arensen ($5.99 each, 8-12). And new to Davis Detective Mysteries is The Case of the Autumn Rose ($6.99, -2004-0) by Rick Acker (9-14).

Peekaboo, Pearly Moon ($12.99, 0-8254-2448-8) by Karen Devries, illus. by Stan Myers. A child shares a special song with her grandmother. (4-7)

A Child's First Prayers: Bilingual Edition ($12.99, 0-8254-5504-9) offers prayers in English and Spanish. (4-7)

The Lost Son (0-8254-5506-5) and The Good Samaritan (-5505-7) present biblical stories with pop-ups, pull-tabs and hidden pictures. ($6.99 each, 4-8)

Noah's Big Boat ($10.99, 0-8254-5503-0). This shaped book with flaps teaches numbers, sounds, shapes and colors. (5-up)

Child Sockology issues Bible Babies (0-8254-3863-2) and Old Testament Bible Feelings (-3860-8) by Damon J. Taylor ($6.99 each, up to 5); and Big Plan for a Little Man: The Story of David and Goliath (-3861-6) and Lunchtime Life Change: The Story of Zacchaeus (-3862-4) by Taylor ($10.99 each, 5-up). New Twiggenbotham Adventures are Mrs. Twiggenbotham Goes to Town (-3064-X) and Mrs. Twiggenbotham Goes to a Party (-3065-8) by Emily King, illus. by Rick Incrocci ($12.99 each, 4-8). And Dear God releases Dear God, Do You Really See Everything? (-2646-4), Dear God, Thank You for Friends (-2647-2), Dear God, It's Me Again (-2648-0) and Dear God, Thanks for Making Me Special! (-2649-9) by Ken Abraham and Annie Fitzgerald ($4.99 each, 5-9).