New Children and Juvenile Releases July 2018
Murphy Helwig Library News
The new Easy Reader additions for July are There Was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly, by Pam Adams; Klimte and His Cat, by Berenice Capitti, in Memory of Evelyn Linderbaum; We’re in the Wrong Book!, by Richard Byrne; The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors, by Drew Daywalt; Marilyn’s Monster, by Michelle Knudsen; Charlotte and the Rock, by Stephen Martin; Tek: The Modern Cave Boy, by Patrick McDonnell; Dude!, by Aaron Reynolds; The Big Red Rock, by Jess Stockham; Roger is Going Fishing, by Koen Van Biesen; Dino-Swimming, by Lisa Wheeler; This is Black Widow, by Clarrissa Wong; On Duck Pond by Jane Yolen.
New to the Juvenile Fiction collection this month are The Penderwicks At Last, by Jeanne Birdsall; The Spelling Bee Specter, by Adrienne Enderle; Tattletale Traitor, by Jan Fields; Restart, by Gordon Korman and Invisible Emmie, by Terri Libenson.
New Young Adult Fiction books available this month are War Storm, by Victoria Aveyard; Remember Me Always, by Renee Collins; As She Fades, by Abbi Glines; and The Fates Divide, by Veronica Roth.
New to the Juvenile Non-Fiction section this month are Narwahl, by Soloman Awa; Summiting Everest,by Emma Carlson Berne, in Memory of Ivan Melcher; Hubble Space Telescope, by John Hamilton, in Memory of Dwight Hanson; New Horizons and Curiosty Rover, by John Hamilton, both in Memory of Ivan Melcher; The Blue Marble, by Don Nardo, in Memory of Ivan Melcher and Who Was Andrew Jackson?, by Douglas Yacka.
The new audio book available for check-out this month is The Flight Attendant, by Chris Bohjalian.
New movies available for check-out this month are as follows: Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus, Barbie: Magic of the Rainbow, The NeverEnding Story, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Poltergeist, Scrooged, Edward Scissorhands, I am Number Four, Eastern Promises, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Baby Einstein’s: Baby MacDonald, Baby Mozart, World Animals, Baby’s First Moves, My First Signs, Baby da Vinci, Baby Bach, Baby Beethoven.