Children's New Releases April 2017
Murphy Helwig Library News
The new Easy Reader additions for April are Michael Recycle, by Ellie Bethel; Biscuit’s Earth Day Celebration, by Alyssa Satin Capucilli; Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes, by Kimberly and James Dean; The Easter Bunny’s Helpers, by Anne Mangan; Mr. Putter and Tabby Drop the Ball, by Cynthia Rylant; D is for Dump Truck, by Michael Shoulders; and How to Catch the Easter Bunny, by Adam Wallace.
New to the Juvenile Fiction collection this month are Captain America: The Tomorrow Army, by Michael Siglain, in memory of Jerome Heins; Spider-Man: Attack of the Heroes, by Rich Thomas, Jr, in memory of Jim Moose; Ant-Man, Zombie Repellent, by Chris “Doc” Wyatt, in memory of Jerome Heins; Falcon: Fight of Flight, by Chris “Doc” Wyatt, in memory of Jim Moose; and Star-Lord: Knowhere to Run, by Chris “Doc” Wyatt, in memory of Willis Johanningmeier.
New to the Graphic Novel collection this month is Love.Com: Volume 3, by Aya Nakahara.
New Young Adult Fiction books available this month are The Width of the World, by David Baldacci; The Book Jumper, by Mechtild Glaser; Frogkisser!, by Garth Nix; and Carve the Mark, by Veronica Roth.
New to the Juvenile Non-Fiction section this month are Tales From the Arabian Nights, by Donna Jo Napoli, in memory of Loretta Balekos; and Animal Jokes, by U. R. Funny.
The new audio book available for check-out this month is A Dog’s Purpose, by Bruce W. Cameron.
New movies available for check-out this month are as follows: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Lee Daniel’s The Butler, Pretty in Pink, Victoria: Season One, and Trolls