Fabulous new books for kids of all ages!
The Adventures of Sophie Mouse: Forget-Me-Not Lake
Sophie Mouse likes being a mouse. So she’s excited that she and her classmates are making presentations for school about life as the type of animal they are. Sophie has already made a list of things she can do—run fast, scurry into small places, and more. But while playing at Forget-Me-Not Lake with her friends Hattie Frog and Owen Snake, Sophie realizes one thing she definitely can’t do: swim!
Sophie starts to think that being a mouse isn’t so special, after all. When Sophie’s friends notice her disappointment, can they figure out a way to get her out on the water? Ages 5 to 9.
Numbers, numbers everywhere. Can you count along with Bear? As friends, Bear and Mouse share a day together, Bear counts various objects, from one to five, and the reader is invited to do the same. This is the second in the new concept series from the New York Times bestselling creators of Bear Snores On. Ages 2 to 6.
The zoo is closing! Ellie and her friends want to save their home, but Ellie's just a baby elephant, and she doesn't know what she can do to help. While the other animals are busy working, Ellie finds a brush and some paints, and gives the zoo a big splash of color! Will her bright new talent be enough to keep the zoo's gates open for good? Ages 3 to 5.
Theodore Boone: The Fugitive
On a field trip to Washington, DC, Theo spots a familiar face on the Metro: Pete Duffy, who jumped bail and was never seen again. Theo's quick thinking helps bring Duffy back to Strattenburg to stand trial. But now that Duffy knows who he is, Theo is in greater danger than he's ever been in before. Even when everything is on the line, Theodore Boone will stop at nothing to make sure a killer is brought to justice. Ages 8 to 12.
Shingaling: A Wonder Story
In Shingaling, the third Wonder Story, readers learn about life as a fifth grader at Beecher Prep through the eyes of Charlotte, the girl who had been chosen to be Auggie's "welcome" buddy. Readers will not only learn more about Charlotte and her budding friendship with reader-favorite, Summer (they solve a mystery together), but how the girls at Beecher Prep react to Auggie attending their school for the first time, and how Charlotte came to write the precept she used at the end of Wonder, "It's not enough to be friendly. You have to be a friend." Ages 9 to 11.
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