Lots of new children’s books await you at the Morris library!


Easy Reader
Bink and Golly: Two for One

Picture Books
The Boy Who Wouldn’t Sit Still
Clifford Cares
Clifford Collection The Original Six
Clifford Shares (Can you tell we’re excited about Clifford’s upcoming 50th birthday?!)
Construction Kitties
Electric Ben: The Amazing Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin
Green
Have You Seen My New Blue Socks?
Hero of Little Street – Narrowly escaping from a gang of bullies, a boy slips into a grand old gallery–the perfect hiding place, full of mystery and treasures. Suddenly, a painting comes to life and the boy finds himself on an adventure led by a mischievous dog that has leapt from the canvas. The two slip into a Vermeer painting and are transported to Little Street, Delft in seventeenth-century Holland, where the boy has to use every ounce of his ingenuity to rescue his new friend from an untimely fate.
I Spy on the Farm
Llama Llama Time to Share
Miss Maple’s Seeds
Missing Mommy – Honest and straightforward, this touching story explores the many emotions a bereaved child may experience, from anger and guilt to sadness and bewilderment. Ultimately, Missing Mommy focuses on the positive—the recognition that the child is not alone but still part of a family that loves and supports him.
My Father’s Arms are a Boat – deals with love and loss and a young boy wonders whether his mother will ever wake up
My First Day – depicts over 20 newborn species on their first day of life
Penny and Her Marble
Tops and Bottoms

Very Fairy Princess Follows Her Heart – After spending weeks making valentines for all of her friends, Gerry takes the wrong folder to school and must find another way to tell her friends they sparkle.

Juvenile Books
Becoming Babe Ruth – Get to know Babe Ruth in his formative years
Benjamin Bear in Bright Ideas – Told in the form of one-page comic strips, each of Benjamin’s adventures is a hilarious gag, a puzzle, a mini physics lesson, or sometimes all three. Of the first Benjamin book, Horn Book wrote, “Original, deep-down funny . . . steeped in the rare quality of imaginative kindness.” Kirkus called it, “A visually formatted joke book to inspire thinking as well as laughs.”
Better Nate ThanEver
Bubble in the Bathtub – (Dr. Proctor’s Fart Powder series)
Chasing the Prophecy
Dr. Proctor’s Fart Powder
Ghoulish Song
In a Glass Grimmly
I Represent Sean Rosen
Matilda (replacement copy)
Nancy Clancy, Secret Admirer
Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth
Never Say Die – When the motto of your village is “never say die,” you have a lot to live up to. . . .
One Came Home – “An adventure, a mystery, and a love song to the natural world. . . . Run out and read it. Right now.”—Newbery Medalist Karen Cushman
Spindlers
Sun Trail (Warriors: Dawn of the Clans #1)
Tale Dark and Grimm
Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made
Violet Mackerel’s Brilliant Plot
Violet Mackerel’s Remarkable Recovery
When the Butterflies Came – A moving story of a young girl’s struggle with love, loss, family, and magic from the beyond
Wilma Tenderfoot: The Case of the Fatal Phantom

Young Adult YA
Heaven (Book 3 in the Halo Trilogy)
Maggot Moon
Thirteen Reasons Why – Clay Jensen returns home from school to find a strange package with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers several cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker – his classmate and crush – who committed suicide two weeks earlier. Hannah’s voice tells him that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Clay is one of them. If he listens, he’ll find out why. Clay spends the night crisscrossing his town with Hannah as his guide. He becomes a firsthand witness to Hannah’s pain, and learns the truth about himself-a truth he never wanted to face.
Midwinter Blood – Seven stories of passion and love separated by centuries but mysteriously intertwined—this is a tale of horror and beauty, tenderness and sacrifice.
Rotten – Jimmer JD Dobbs and his rescued Rottweiler
Waiting
Yaqui Melgado Wants to Kick Your Ass – In Meg Medina’s compelling new novel, a Latina teen is targeted by a bully at her new school — and must discover resources she never knew she had.

Tammy

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