New Children's Nonfiction Picture Books

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With a friend by your side by Kerley, Barbara.

With a friend by your side

Depicts people from around the world and their friends.

Jun 2, 2015
Whose nest? - a lift-the-flap book by Cochrane, Victoria.

Whose nest? - a lift-the-flap book

Eight animals and their remarkable nests are featured and a different -- sometimes unexpected -- animal calls each nest home.

Jun 2, 2015
Where's the pair? - a spotting book by Teckentrup, Britta, author, illustrator.

Where's the pair? - a spotting book

Invites readers to browse patterned artwork spreads featuring animals and accompanied by rhyming text riddles to spot hidden details.

May 29, 2015
What makes a shadow? by Bulla, Clyde Robert.

What makes a shadow?

A simple explanation of how a shadow is formed.

May 29, 2015
Pattern fish by Harris, Trudy, 1949-

Pattern fish

Illustrations and rhyming text describe various patterns depicted by different fish. Includes related activities.

May 29, 2015
I'm a new big sister by Gaydos, Nora.

I'm a new big sister

A little girl learns the joys and responsibilities of being big sister for the new baby in her family.

May 29, 2015
Frog jog by Kido, Yukiko, illustrator.

Frog jog

"With bright art done in the Japanese anime style, each book in this interactive early reading series features three different word families. When kids flip the pages, they get a new word and image within that word family. Word families help children recognize similarities between words that rhyme, and help them connect words with similar long or short vowel sounds. This familiarity helps kids read a word they don't necessarily know"--

Jun 2, 2015
Edible numbers by Bass, Jennifer Vogel, author.

Edible numbers

"A colorful and delicious counting book featuring an array of familiar and unfamiliar fruits and vegetables."--

Jun 2, 2015
Could you lift up your bottom? by Chang, Hee-jung, author.

Could you lift up your bottom?

"A gust of wind blows Frog's hat off her head--and it's stuck under Elephant's big bottom. Elephant is hungry, and he won't budge until Frog feeds him delicious foods that have unusual shapes. She brings him a round orange, a triangular sandwich, and a rectangular piece of chocolate"--Publisher.

Jun 2, 2015
1 2 3 count with Elmo! by

1 2 3 count with Elmo!

Counting is exciting with Elmo and his friends! Kids learn to count from one to ten in this unique book packed with die-cuts and lift the flap surprises! Early counting, reading, and numeral recognition are all part of the learning experience of this fun book.

Jun 2, 2015
"Could you lift up your bottom?" by Chang, Hee-jung, author.

"Could you lift up your bottom?"

An introduction to such concepts as naming and combining shapes and problem solving explains mathematical properties through the story of a frog who tries to recover the hat on which an elephant is sitting by finding the big animal food.

Jun 1, 2015