New Children's Books: May 2016

Be sure to check out the latest from Darien Library favorite Stuart Gibbs!
Be sure to check out the latest from Darien Library favorite Stuart Gibbs!

On the hunt for something new and exciting?

Looking for a great new author or the next book in your favorite series?

Below you'll find a list of brand new children's books available here at Darien Library, published in the fourth month of 2016.

For a complete list of children's books published this month, visit Publisher's Weekly on-sale calendar!

New Children's Books: April 2016

New Big Nate!
New Big Nate!

On the hunt for something new and exciting?

Looking for a great new author or the next book in your favorite series?

Below you'll find a list of brand new children's books available here at Darien Library, published in the third month of 2016.

For a complete list of children's books published this month, visit Publisher's Weekly on-sale calendar!

New Children's Books: March 2016

The fourth book in the Nutmeg-Nominated Tuesdays at the Castle is here!
The fourth book in the Nutmeg-Nominated Tuesdays at the Castle is here!

On the hunt for something new and exciting?

Looking for a great new author or the next book in your favorite series?

Below you'll find a list of brand new children's books available here at Darien Library, published in the second month of 2016.

For a complete list of children's books published this month, visit Publisher's Weekly on-sale calendar!

2016 Youth Media Award Winners

Surprise Newbery award winner Last Stop on Market Street also won a Caldecott Honor!
Surprise Newbery award winner Last Stop on Market Street also won a Caldecott Honor!

The American Library Association's Youth Media Awards were announced this morning, Monday, January 27th at 8 a.m. EST!

These awards include the Caldecott Medal (for distinguished illustrations), the Newbery Medal (for distinguished children's book writing), the Seibert Award (for distinguished non-fiction), and the Geisel (for distinguished books for beginning readers).

A full list of winners can be found below or by visiting The American Library Association's website.

Mystery Reader Books for Kindergarten to 2nd grade

Are you reading in your kids' class? Here are some suggestions for non-fiction, funny, or on-point books. Want more? Follow this link to all books tagged "Myster Reader".

Mystery Reader Books for 3rd Grade and Up

Are you reading in your kids' class? Here are some suggestions for non-fiction, funny, or on-point books. You can also search all books tagged "Mystery Reader" by following this link!

KAB Review: A Year In The Life of a Complete and Total Genius

Jackson says: 

A Year In The Life of a Complete and Total Genius captures the beginning chapters of young Artie Bean in his efforts to become a famed author. However, what with popular girl Kennedy, arch-nemesis Robbie Zack, middle school, writer's block, and altogether life, Artie will be facing an unsatisfactory downfall.

I love this book because it shows a relatable 21st century view, what with emails and the very currently awkward phases of middle school. This book ignites the essence of the creativity of children, and shows a modern touch of the whole book consisting of letters, assignments, and emails.

First- Third Grade Book Club Choices

Below is a list of our book club choices for first - third grade. Ask any librarian for more information.

Access our Book List Discussion Questions here.

Fourth - Sixth Grade Book Club Choices

Below is a list of our book club choices for fourth - sixth grade. Ask any librarian for more information.

Access our Book List Discussion Questions here.

KAB Review: Saving Mr. Terupt

The third book in the wildly popular series!
The third book in the wildly popular series!

Kevin says: 

The first two books about Mr. Terupt were extremely entertaining and the third was no disappointment! In Saving Mr. Terupt, Rob Byuea brings all the children of Mr Terupt's former class together to help save their beloved teacher from being fired. Luke overhears two teachers in the hallway talking about the school budget and realizes that Mr. Terupt’s job is on the chopping block. The class unites to try to save Mr. Terupt. Will he be fired or can they save him?!

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