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New Books Have Arrived!
New Books Have Arrived!
Rebecca Feil
Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Be sure to check out some of the amazing new books we have in the library! 

The Dragon and the Nibblesome Knight by Elli Woollard (Interest level: K-3)

"A case of mistaken identity allows two sworn enemies--a young dragon and knight--to become friends. But what will they do when they discover the truth?The Dragon and the Nibblesome Knight is a funny, rhyming read-aloud picture book."

Are You Scared, Darth Vader? by Adam Rex (Interest level: grades K-3)

"It's midnight and the moon is full, but Darth Vader isn't scared. Of course I am not scared. Nothing can scare lord Vader! Correct. Not monsters or witches or ghosts, and especially not the dark. So what is Darth Vader scared of? Read on in Adam Rex's hilarious and spooky star wars tale to find out! You will learn nothing."

Captain Awesome to the Rescue! by Stan Kirby (Interest level: grades 2-4)

"Bad guys beware! Eugene McGillicudy just happens to be the most awesome superhero of all time...Captain Awesome. Eight-year-old Eugene McGillicudy is an imaginative boy who loves comic books and superheroes. Eugene also has his very own supersecret superhero alter ego named Captain Awesome.When the McGillicudy family relocates to a new town called Sunnyview, Eugene starts a new school, finds a best friend, and even finds time to defend his toys from his two-year-old little sister, Molly! Luckily for Sunnyview, Captain Awesome is there to protect the town (and the universe) from a hilarious cast of comical bad guys."

Basketballogy: Supercool Facts You Never Knew by Kevin Sylvester 

(Interest level: grades 4-7) 

"For die-hard basketball fans and casual spectators alike, this collection of fascinating facts about the game will be a welcome addition to their library. From the origins of the game to how much players are paid, and the evolution of the basketball shoe, this book covers a wide range of topics. Among others are how the color barrier was breached, the rise of women's basketball, and innovations that have made the game accessible to disabled athletes."

Friendroid by M.M Vaughn (Interest level: grades 5-8)

"Stranger Things meets robots in this sweet story about an unlikely friendship between two boys--one human, one android. Told through journal entries, twelve-year-old Danny and his best friend Slick recount how their friendship begins and when they discover Slick's true identity and ultimate fate."

All book descriptions taken from TITLEWAVE - Accessed 5 Aug. 2019.