New Fiction Books for Kids
Hundreds of books are added to the Library's collection each month. Here are the most recent Fiction books for kids.
Time to Recharge, Harper!
Harper learns that even busy young robots need to recharge now and then.
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Seventh graders Fonda, Drew, and Ruthie develop a friendship strong enough to tackle whatever middle school--and puberty--throws at them next.
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Picked to become an intern at her favorite teen magazine and spend an adventure-packed summer between seventh and eighth grades in New York City, Elena is excited but also worried about losing her best friend.
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"Last Halloween, Eleanor, Pip, and Otto narrowly escaped the clutches of the evil January Society and their leader. But life in the too-quiet Eden Eld isn't safe just yet: according to the bargain they made with Mr. January, it's now his sister's turn to hunt the three of them. And her methods are a bit more treacherous. When their friends and neighbors begin disappearing, abducted by strange, mud-drenched monsters, Elanor and her two best friends must race to uncover their enemy's secrets. If they fail, their families will be next. Stalked by the relentless mud beasts, they have to find...
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"Max isn't a typical cat, but his loving owner still sees the best in him"-- Provided by publisher.
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Not strong enough to ascend the climbing wall at school, a discouraged child returns home and learns that there are other ways to be strong, from not giving up when working for a good cause or learning a new skill to making sure that no one sits alone in the lunchroom.
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The Longest Storm
When a strange storm confines a fractured family in tight quarters, leaving them all in the dark, they must find a way to reconnect and face whatever the future brings-together.
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What Lives in the Woods
Ginny is unhappy when her family moves from Chicago to upstate Michigan for the summer; her father has a job restoring a 1930s mansion, but there are rumors about Woodmoor and the forest next to it: rumors about strange mutant creatures; Ginny, an aspiring mystery writer, is soon half convinced that the rumors are true, because something or someone is haunting the house--and she plans to investigate, with the help of Will, the older boy who lives nearby.
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The Magic Paintbrush
"Three tales of middle-grade magic from around the globe! Discover a paintbrush that brings to life whatever is drawn, even a scary dragon... a mysterious girl who communicates with animals and controls the weather... and an enchanted statue that grants major-league baseball skills in fun remixes of classic folktales by award-winning authors Henry Lien, Jennifer Torres, and Varsha Bajaj"--Publisher's description.
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Krakens and Lies
Logan and Zoe now know for sure that someone is sabotaging the Menagerie. But they don't know who it is ... or why. And if they can't solve this mystery, the Menagerie will be closed - for good. But while they investigate, they begin to uncover clues that might help them solve an even bigger mystery: why did Logan's mom disappear en route to the Menagerie? And where is she now? Whatever the truth is, Logan and Zoe have learned one thing - when it comes to the Menagerie, expect the unexpected.
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