7 New Children’s Books

by Rich on November 23, 2012 · 0 comments

The Nutcracker by E.T.A. Hoffman, Translated by Ralph Manheim

This classic and beloved story of all-time is here with a fresh, new spin. With new artists and more, this book is brought back to share with children young and old for the holiday season. Ages 3 and up.

The Moose Belongs to Me, by Oliver Jeffers

The story of Wilfred and his pet moose is entertaining. Wilfred is a boy of orderly living, and he sets the rules even for his pet moose. Can the moose stick to the rules? If the two can work out a compromise, the story just might have a moose of a happy ending! Ages 3-7 years.

How to Drive Your Sister Crazy, by Diane Z. Shore

If you have one boy and one girl, or sisters that cannot seem to share time in the bathroom or anything else, this book is for that sibling that is being driven to their end! It’s fun, entertaining for your young reader, and will help them drive their sister crazy! Ages 6-8 years.

2013 Book of World Records, by Jenifer Corr Morse

Does your child enjoy reading about the latest in world records? If so, this is an updated version for 2013! Ages 8-12 years.

Dork Diaries: Tales from a Not-So-Fabulous Life, by Rachel Renee Russell

If you have a young female reader that has read and enjoyed Diary of a Wimpy Kid, they will enjoy this version for girls specifically. The character, Nikki Maxwell moves to a school in an affluent neighborhood that desires all the things a young girl would want, but makes notes in her phone about crushes, art, and what happens in her family on a daily basis. It’s all in the Dork Diaries! Ages 9 and up.

Lego Ninjago: Character Encyclopedia, by Dorling Kindersley Publishing Staff (DK Publishing)

Are you familiar with the ninjas that are with Sensei Wu? They are all unique just like each child. Each character gets their own dedicated spread in this book, to give children the fun facts on these ninjas and what they are capable of! Ages 9-13 years.

Middle School the Worst Years of My Life, by James Patterson with Chris Tebbetts

If your son or daughter is in middle school, they can relate to Rafe Khatchadorian’s life and experiences in middle school. Rafe is experiencing problems at home and in middle school, but thinks he may have a plan to pull off the best year ever. Can he do it? Ages 10-13 years.

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