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      Girl Running: Bobbi Gibb and the Boston Marathon

      by Annette Bay Pimentel

      May 2018

      Sports Elementary Plus

      When Bobbi Gibb tried to enter the Boston Marathon in 1966, she was told it was a man's race. She set out to show the world just what a woman could do. Afterword. “Note on Names.” Selected bibliography. Oil and collage illustrations using tissue paper and patterned papers created with homemade stamps.

      Strongheart: Wonder Dog of the Silver Screen

      by Candace Fleming

      May 2018

      Intermediate Readers Plus

      Touching, charming, and playful, this moving story is based on "the wonder dog" who took America by storm in the 1920s. “The Truth Behind This Tale.” Photographs of Strongheart. Bibliography. Notes. Black-and-white photographs and illustrations, rendered in oil paint.

      Wild and Wacky Things in the Bible

      by April LoTempio

      May 2018

      Religious Books Elementary

      $12.99  $12.75  Member Price
      Frogs infect a palace. A donkey talks. Rivers turn to blood. This is an engaging collection of stories about strange and unusual events in the Bible. “Bible Index.” Full-color photographs.

      Miguel y su valiente caballero: El joven Cervantes sueña a don Quijote (Miguel’s Brave Knight: Young Cervantes and His Dream of Don Quixote)

      by Magarita Engle

      May 2018

      Spanish Elementary

      This fictionalized first-person biography in verse of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra follows the early years of the child who grows up to pen Don Quixote, the first modern novel. Author’s note. Illustrator’s note. Historical and biographical notes. Full-color illustrations rendered in pen and ink and watercolor.

      Goldfish on Vacation

      by Sally Lloyd-Jones

      May 2018

      Easy Reading

      This humorous tale is based on an amazing-but-true story about the summer a city fountain was used as a goldfish pond. Author’s note. Full-color illustrations were rendered in pencil and Photoshop.

      Hazy Bloom and the Pet Project

      by Jennifer Hamburg

      May 2018

      Independent Readers

      Hazy Bloom's "tomorrow power"—her ability to see into the future—can't help her persuade her parents that she's ready for a pet iguana. Black-and-white illustrations.

      A Most Unusual Day

      by Sydra Mallery

      May 2018

      Easy Reading Plus

      Something exciting is happening in Caroline's life today . . . her family is adopting a new baby sister! Full-color illustrations done in acrylic ink and watercolors, then digitally collaged.

      Absolutely Alfie and the Worst Best Sleepover

      by Sally Warner

      May 2018

      Independent Readers Plus

      When Alfie's former best friend, Lulu, announces she's hosting the best sleepover ever—and that she's only allowed to invite six girls—Alfie hopes to be one of the lucky few. Black-and-white illustrations.

      Dark Wyng: The Erth Dragons #2

      by Chris d'Lacey

      May 2018

      Fantasy/Science Fiction Elementary Plus

      The dragon Wearle is in turmoil: a boy named Ren has bonded with a pair of baby dragons, and their connection has given Ren shocking and extraordinary new powers. List of characters. Glossary.

      Strangers

      by David A. Robertson

      May 2018

      Paperbacks High

      $12.00  $9.80  Member Price
      When Cole Harper returns to Wounded Sky First Nation, he finds his community in chaos: a series of murders, a mysterious illness ravaging the population, and reemerging questions about Cole's role in the tragedy that drove him away ten years ago. Epilogue.

      The Roman Catacombs

      by Enzo George

      Apr 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      History Grades 6-8

      The subterranean tombs known as the Roman Catacombs are truly time capsules. Some tunnels date to the first century. Both Jewish and Christian graves are found there, including cremated and skeletal remains, and some have only been discovered recently. It's challenging to receive permission to explore these tunnels. Luckily, young historians can find all they need to know in the well-researched pages of this intriguing book, full of extraordinary images and facts. They'll learn much about the history of Rome and the different cultures that sought to bury their dead beneath the living in this ancient city.

      The South Pole

      by Todd Bluthenthal

      Apr 2018

      Series Nonfiction
      Social Studies Grades K-2

      The South Pole is cold, but there's more to it than that! This book presents the cartography and earth science of this polar region to young readers in an engaging yet informative way. Several spreads are dedicated to the fascinating history of the brave explorers of this icy landscape, a part of history that is sure to impress all elementary readers! The colorful, easily understood maps and vivid photographs of the South Pole will expand reader’s grasp on the concepts of poles, continents, climate, Earth's rotation, and so much more!
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