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New Books for Kids

Check out this page for information on new books for kids and soon-to-be-released books in all genres of children’s literature – comics, digital, pop-ups, and traditional print books targeted toward ages ranging from infants to young adults.

(As I add more information about new books for kids in the future, you’ll find those titles listed on this page, linking to other pages on this site.)



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Picture Books

A Little Book of Sloth. Published March 5, 2013

A Little Book of Sloth by Lucy Cooke, a zoologist who fell in love with sloths during a 2010 visit to a “sloth sanctuary” in Costa Rica.

Learn more about sloths in this video that Cooke created in October 2012, while visiting the Aviarios Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica.




Board Books

Sense & Sensibility: An Opposites Primer. Published February 15, 2013

Sense & Sensibility: An Opposites Primer is the latest in a long string of popular board books written by Jennifer Adams and illustrated by Alison Oliver.

This one, based (very loosely) on Jane Austen’s classic, Sense and Sensibility, teaches young children the concept of opposites.

Because there are so few words, the images have a lot to do with the success of these books. The humor in the book makes the reading experience just as fun for the parents as for the kids.



Chapter Books

Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth. Published April 23, 2013

Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth (written by Jane O’Connor and illustrated by Robin Preiss Glasser) is the first in a series of mystery books featuring Fancy Nancy – previously only seen in picture books.

With her rhinestone-studded magnifying glass and a “professional pink trench coat,” Nancy Clancy is totally prepared to solve mysteries! Helping her is her best friend, Bree, who apparently is very good at breaking codes.



Middle Grade Books

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Liar & Spy. Published August 7, 2012

Liar & Spy, by Rebecca Stead, is a story about games and friendship that is centered around the relationship between Georges and Safer.

Georges’ life goes through a major transition when his dad loses his job, and his family moves from a house to an apartment in Brooklyn.

The insightful plot, the multi-layered characters, and surprise ending make this a great choice for summer reading for your pre-teen! Both girls and boys will enjoy it.

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