Children's New Releases March 2017

Murphy Helwig Library News

            The new Easy Reader additions for March are The Princess and the Frogs, by Veronica Bartles; Doctor Strange, by R.R. Busse; How to Trap a Leprechaun, by Sue Fliess; Cat Knit, by Jacob Grant; This Is Not My Hat, by Jon Klassen; Tim O’Toole and the Wee Folk, by Gerald McDermott; O’Sullivan Stew, by Hudson Talbott; and Dino-Racing, by Lisa Wheeler.

                 New to the Juvenile Fiction collection this month are The Night Gardener, by Jonathan Auxier; Judy Moody and the Bad Luck Charm, by Megan McDonald; West to a Land of Plenty: Diary of Teresa Angelino Viscardi, by Jim Murphy; and The Thing About Leftovers, by C.C. Payne.

                 New Young Adult Fiction books available this month are The Secret Diary of Lydia Bennet, by Natasha Farrant; The Door That Led to Where, by Sally Gardner; Such Wicked Intent, by Kenneth Oppel; and Ever The Hunted, by Erin Summerill.

                 New to the Juvenile Non-Fiction section this month is the book Who Was Jacqueline Kennedy?, by Bonnie Bader.

                 The new audio book available for check-out this month is My (not so) Perfect Life, by Sophia Kinsella.

                 New movies available for check-out this month are as follows: The Jungle Book, Finding Dory (both on DVD and BluRay), The Secret Life of Pets, and Suicide Squad.