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December 13, 2017

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Hundreds of books are added to the Library's collection each month. Here are the most recent Fiction books for children.

 

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The Gullywasher

The Gullywasher
Rossi, Joyce

Leticia's grandfather, who was a vaquero as a young man, provides fanciful explanations for how he got his wrinkles, white hair, round belly, and stooped frame.


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Holds: 0 on 10 copies

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La piñata mágica = The magic piñata

La piñata mágica = The magic piñata
Cala, Ismael

La piñata mágica hará recordar a chicos y grandes sus propias anécdotas, en las que las piñatas eran el centro de atención. Vive junto a tus hijos momentos inolvidables al leer esta tierna historia.


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The Land of Flowers

The Land of Flowers
Stilton, Thea

The Seven Roses, magical flowers which bloom forever and which are linked to the health of the Land of Flowers, are dying, and the Thea sisters together with Will Mystery must travel to that land to discover the reason--a journey where every flower seems determined to hinder their passage.


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Holds: 0 on 57 copies

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Margret & H.A. Rey's Curious George at the Aquarium

Margret & H.A. Rey's Curious George at the Aquarium
Anderson, R. P., 1969-

When George and the man in the yellow hat visit the aquarium, George's curiosity gets the better of him and he accidentally joins some of the exhibits.


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Holds: 0 on 11 copies

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Big Wolf & Little Wolf

Big Wolf & Little Wolf
Brun-Cosme, Nadine

Big Wolf has always lived alone at the top of a hill under a tree, so when a little wolf suddenly arrives one day, he does not know what to think.


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Holds: 8 on 8 copies

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Hello Ocean: Hola Mar

Hello Ocean: Hola Mar
Ryan, Pam Muñoz

Using rhyming text, a child describes the wonder of the ocean experienced through each of her five senses.


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Holds: 0 on 10 copies

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Abuelo y los tres osos: Abuelo and the three bears

Abuelo y los tres osos: Abuelo and the three bears
Tello, Jerry

Emilio's grandfather gives a Hispanic flavor to the story of the Three Bears.


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Holds: 0 on 10 copies

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El sombrero del Tío Nacho: Uncle Nacho's hat

El sombrero del Tío Nacho: Uncle Nacho's hat
Rohmer, Harriet

A bilingual folk tale from Nicaragua about a well-meaning man who can't figure out how to make changes in his life until his niece, Ambrosia, show him how.


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Holds: 0 on 11 copies

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Garfield Throws His Weight Around

Garfield Throws His Weight Around
Davis, Jim, 1945 July 28-

No one is safe from the portly prankster So whether he's playing snap-the-towel with the constantly clueless Odie, giving Jon a "shocking" makeover, or plotting his next line of attack on the birdbath, Garfield always comes out on top.


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Holds: 0 on 32 copies

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Dionysus and the Land of Beasts

Dionysus and the Land of Beasts
West, Tracey, 1965-

Zeus and his friends discover another Olympian who might be able to help in their quest to defeat King Cronus in this Heroes in Training adventure. With a clue from their trusty oracle, Pythia, Zeus and his Olympian friends are off to the "Land of Grapes," where they discover a festival. The headline act is Dion and the Goat Guys, and Zeus has a funny feeling this Dion guy might be one of them. Athena points out that this Dion guy is the right age, and he's definitely not acting like a regular kid. Finally, Dion and the Goat Guys take a break, and Zeus and the other Olympians approach him. Zeus informs him that he and the others are Olympians, and they think Dion might be one too. Dion (short for Dionysus, he tells them) starts to brag that he wouldn't be surprised, because he has awesome talents and magic powers. Before the Olympians can ask him about his powers, some of the crowd members start to throng the Olympians. Are they really Olympians? Are they really going to defeat King Cronus? Dion looks kind of peeved about this, and the next thing the Olympians know, they are in a field somewhere, puzzled and not sure what happened. What kind of magical powers does this Dion kid actually have? And will he be more of a help--or a pain--in their ultimate quest to defeat King Cronus once and for all? -- amazon.com


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Holds: 0 on 17 copies

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