Thursday, January 27, 2011

Take a look at What Just Arrived

Board Books:
Counting Christmas by Karen Katz
Ellie's Tea Party by Nancy Parent
Run, Round Bear
Silly Bear Songs (Winnie the Pooh)

Picture Books (Fiction JE):
Goldie and the Three Hares by Margie Palatini
How Do You Read to a Rabbit? by Andrea von Konigslow

Chapter Books (Fiction J):
Benched (Kicker's Book 3) by Rich Wallace
Hide and Seek by Katy Grant
Museum of Thieves by Lian Tanner

Mystery (Fiction JM):
The Vanishing Violin (Red Blazer Girls Book 2) by Michael Beil

Non-Fiction (J):
Baseball and Softball by Gabriel Sanna
Speaking Secret Codes by Sheri Bell-Rehwoldt
Who Wants Pizza? Kid's Guide to History, Science, Culture of Food by Jan Thornhill
Naked Eggs and Flying Potatoes: Unforgetable Experiments by Steve Spangler
How the Sphinx Got to the Museum by Jessie Hartland
Before They Were Famous: How Seven Artists Got Their Start by Bob Raczka
The Omnivore's Dilemma by Richie Chevat
Breaking Secret Codes by Jillian Gregory 
And Picasso Painted Guernica by Alain Serres
Space, Stars, and the Beginning of Time by Elaine Scott
Star Wars: The Visual Guide Ultimate Battles by Jason Fry
The Ultimate Guide to Pro Football by Shane Frederick

Non-fiction (Biography):
The Notorious Benedict Arnold: A True Story by Steve Sheinkin
Charles Darwin by Kathleen Krull

Fiction (Y):
Across the Universe by Beth Revis

Friday, January 14, 2011

New Arrivals at Lincoln Public Library District

In Blue Tape:
We Are In a Book by Mo Willems

In Juvenile Collection:
The Snowball Effect by Deb Loughead
Magic Below Stairs by Caroline Stevermer
The Fantastic Secret of Owen Jester by Barbara O'Connor
Rocky Road by Rose Kent
Daughter of Winter by Par Lowery Collins
Wolven by Di Toft
Twenty Gold Falcons by Amy Gordon
The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

In Young Adult:
Winter Shadow by Margaret Buffie
The Beautiful Between by Alyssa Sheinmel
Incarceron by Catherine Foster
The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
Sugar and Spice by Lauren Conrad
Gone by Lisa McMann

If the book is currently checked out, don't forget to put in a request for it.  We will call you when it comes in!  Want to do it from home?  Come in to the Annex circulation desk and request a pin number.  (Those under 16 will need parent's permission.) Then you can look through our on-line catalog to see if LPLD or others in the RPLS system have the book you want to read.