New Children's Nonfiction Picture Books

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ABC yoga by Engel, Christiane, author, illustrator. ABC yoga

Pairing simplified yoga poses with alphabetized animals and objects, ABC Yoga features colorful illustrations of children and animals practicing yoga along with playful rhymes to explain each movement. A fun family read, this interactive title is perfect for teaching toddlers their ABCs, as well as introducing them to familiar animals and basic, simplified yoga poses that promote health and well-being.

Sep 21, 2017
Alone Together by Clayton Junior (COR) Alone Together

Sep 21, 2017
Animals do, too! - how they behave just like you by Kaner, Etta, author. Animals do, too! - how they behave just like you

Reveals the ways in which readers and animals behave in the same manner, from dancing bees to babysitting flamingos.

Sep 21, 2017
Baby animals playing by Eszterhas, Suzi, author, photographer. Baby animals playing

"The first in a new series, this book showcases ten species from three continents, each engaged in different forms of play. Stunning, intimate, full-color photographs by Suzi Eszterhas are each paired with a short sentence highlighting information about the animal. Designed both as a read-aloud and for young children to explore independently, this book will encourage readers to make connections between themselves and the animals. Back matter gives further information about Suzi Eszterhas and her

Sep 21, 2017
Earth! - my first 4.6 billion years by McAnulty, Stacy. Earth! - my first 4.6 billion years

Sep 21, 2017
Full of fall by Sayre, April Pulley, author. Full of fall

Simple text and photographs explore the science behind the transformation that trees undergo in the fall.

Sep 21, 2017
Go, green gecko! by Hay, Gay, author. Go, green gecko!

"The green gecko faces many predators as it explores the bush for something to eat. This book includes factual information about green geckos, their behavior and their life cycle. The different textures on the illustrations capture the cheeky character of the gecko and the rich life of the native bush. This book is easy to read aloud, with great vocabulary, and can be acted out during story time."--Provided by publisher.

Sep 21, 2017
I know numbers! by Gomi, Tarō, author, illustrator. I know numbers!

"A picture book that introduces the concept of numbers, and different ways that numbers are used in the world"--

Sep 21, 2017
I've got feet! - fantastical feet of the animal world by Murphy, Julie, author. I've got feet! - fantastical feet of the animal world

"Animals around the world describe unique features of their feet and how they use them. From webbed feet to sticky feet, hooved feet to bright blue feet, young readers are introduced to animal adaptions in this nonfiction picture book"--

Sep 21, 2017
Most people by Leannah, Michael, 1957- author. Most people

Looks at the goodness of most people, pointing out how many more people there are in the world who would like to help others than would like to hurt them, and even most of those who do bad things can change.

Sep 21, 2017
My busy green garden by Pierce, Terry, author. My busy green garden

Takes a close look at a garden, describing the plants, insects, and birds and their activities throughout the day

Sep 21, 2017
The little red cat who ran away and learned his ABC's (the hard way) by McDonnell, Patrick, 1956- author, illustrator. The little red cat who ran away and learned his ABC's (the hard way)

"In this nearly wordless alphabet book, a little red cat runs away and gets caught up in a wild chase that goes everywhere from A to Z and back home again"--

Sep 20, 2017
Trees by Lemniscates, author, illustrator. Trees

A simple introduction to trees describes seasonal changes and discusses different habitats and the contributions trees make to the environment.--

Sep 21, 2017