New Children's Nonfiction Picture Books

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The bully goat grim - a Maynard Moose tale by Claflin, Willy, 1944- author, narrator. The bully goat grim - a Maynard Moose tale

Never underestimate a small troll with a lot of ambition. This hilarious Maynard Moose tale as retold by master storyteller Willy Claflin takes us on another whimsical journey with the misadventures of a Bully Goat who suffers from Random Hostility Syndrome. The Bully Goat clashes with a three headed troll “fambly” and is undone by a baby girl troll when she suddenly realizes that, “…everybody ought to mess with him!” Her inspiration leads to a confrontation with the Bully Goat using only a pill

Jan 17, 2018
Shapes by Brundle, Joanna, author. Shapes

Geometry is an essential math concept, and it is important for early learners to develop an understanding of it from a young age. Through age-appropriate and achievable text, young readers are introduced to basic shapes and familiar real-world examples of those shapes. Early learners can explore this text independently or with the help of an adult. They will also be captivated by the vibrant, full-color photographs they will find with each turn of the page.

Jan 20, 2018
Patterns by Brundle, Joanna, author. Patterns

What comes next? This is a common question when dealing with patterns, and readers learn how to find out the answer as they explore fresh and fun examples of patterns. Age-appropriate text is presented in a simple way, allowing early learners to discover this essential information independently or with an adult s assistance. Vibrant photographs fill each page, making this common math curriculum topic enjoyable for young readers. With each turn of the page and each colorful and creative pattern,

Jan 20, 2018
Measuring by Brundle, Joanna, author. Measuring

Measuring is a challenging math skill, but it is also an important one. Early learners are introduced to basic measurement concepts that they can explore on their own or with an adult. Simple, clear text explains different units of measurement, supporting essential math curriculum topics. Familiar examples presented with full-color photographs help readers understand how to apply what they have learned in the world around them. Young readers will become measuring masters in no time thanks to the

Jan 20, 2018
I am loved by Giovanni, Nikki, author. I am loved

Hand-selected by Newbery honoree Ashley Bryan, he has, with his masterful flourish of color, shape, and movement, added a visual layering that drums the most impartant message of all to young, old, parent, child, grandparent, and friend alike: You are loved. You are loved. You are loved. As a bonus, one page is mirrored, so children reading the book can see exactly who is loved--themselves!

Jan 20, 2018
Counting by Brundle, Joanna, author. Counting

Counting is an important beginning math skill for early learners to master. Through simple, clear text, they are introduced to this basic concept and given the tools they need to practice it. Colorful photographs of things young readers are familiar with help them see how this essential skill can be applied in the world around them. Beginning readers will enjoy exploring this counting lesson on their own or with the help of an adult. Activities, Detailed Table of Contents, Full-Color Photographs

Jan 20, 2018