New Releases Children, Juvenile Fiction, Young Adult, Audiobooks and Movies July 2019
The new Easy Reader additions for July are I’m Worried, by Michael Black; Starry Skies, by Samantha Chagollan; There Was An Astronaut Who Swallowed the Moon, by Lucille Colandro; Moon Landing, by Jill McDonald; I Am A Wolf, by Kelly Leigh Miller; If You Take a Mouse to the Movies, by Laura Numeroff; My Fourth of July, by Jerry Spinelli; The Astronaut who Painted the Moon, by Dean Robbins; The Flag We Love, by Pam Munoz Ryan; Because, by Mo Willems; and A Kite for Moon, by Jane Yolen.
New to the Juvenile Fiction collection this month are Heidi Heckelbeck Lends a Helping Hand, by Wanda Coven; Splat the Cat and the Lemonade Stand, by Laura Driscoll; Because of the Rabbit, by Cynthia Lord; Choose Your Own Adventure Books: The Abominable Snowman, Journey Under the Sea, Space and Beyond, The Lost Jewels of Nabooti, Mystery of the Maya, and House of Danger, by R.A. Montgomery; and I Survived: The Great Chicago Fire 1871, The Battle of D-Day 1944 and The Attacks of September 11, 2001,, by Lauren Tarshis.
New to the Young Adult Fiction section this month are Broken Throne, by Victoria Aveyard; Again, but Better, by Christine Riccio; Pretend She’s Here, by Luanne Rice; and The Rest of the Story, by Sarah Dressen.
New to the Juvenile Non-Fiction collection this month are Who Was Neil Armstrong?, by Roberta Edwards; Astrophotography, by John Hamilton; LegoPlay Book: Ideas to Bring Your Bricks to Life, by Daniel Lipkowitz; Military Robots, by Brett S. Martin; and Curiosity: The Story of the Mars Rover, by Markus Motum.
The new audio books available for check-out this month is As Husbands Go, by Susan Isaacs.
The new DVDs and available for check-out this month are Venom, Bohemian Rhapsody, Decoding the Driftless, Paper Towns, Aquaman, and Ralph Breaks the Internet. The Blu-Rays available for check-out this month are Bohemian Rhapsody, Paper Towns, Aquaman, and Ralph Breaks the Internet.