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New Picture Books
Legend of Rock Paper Scissors by Daywalt, Drew

Poor Louie by Fucile, Tony

Jabari Jumps by Cornwall, Gaia

Explorers of the Wild by Atkinson, Cale

Happy Dreamer by Reynolds, Peter H.

It Came in the Mail by Clanton, Ben

Fly! by Edwards, Karl Newsom

Dragons Love Tacos 2: by Rubin, Adam

Perfect Day by Smith, Lane

Frankie by Sullivan, Mary

Bloom by Cronin, Doreen

Egg by Henkes, Kevin

I Wish You More by Rosenthal, Amy Krouse

What to Do with a Box by Yolen, Jane

Life on Mars by Agee, Jon

Penguin Problems by John, Jory

Beautiful by McAnulty, Stacy

Dragons Love Tacos by Rubin, Adam

Mighty, Mighty Construction Site by Rinker, Sherri Duskey

Ada Twist, Scientist by Beaty, Andrea

Rosie Revere, Engineer by Beaty, Andrea

Big Bob, Little Bob by Howe, James

Home at Last by Williams, Vera B.

I Hear a Pickle: And Smell, See, Touch, by Isadora, Rachel

I'm a Girl! by Ismail, Yasmeen

Introducing Teddy: by Walton, Jess

Worm Loves Worm by Austrian, J. J.

Bob, Not Bob!: by Scanlon, Elizabeth Garton

Fish Girl by Wiesner, David

How to Catch a Leprechaun Adam, Wallace

King & Kayla and the Case of the Missing by Butler, Dori Hillestad

King & Kayla and the Case of the Secret by Butler, Dori Hillestad

Nightlights by Alvarez, Lorena

You Don't Want a Unicorn! by Dyckman, Ame

Even Superheroes Have Bad Days by Becker, Shelly

Even Superheroes Have to Sleep by Crow, Sara

My Mother Is So Smart! by DePaola, Tomie

Barkus by MacLachlan, Patricia

Charlie & Mouse by Snyder, Laurel


New Children's Non-fiction
My Five Senses by Aliki

Six Dots: A Story of Young Louis Braille by Bryant, Jennifer

I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Levy, Debbie

I Am Jim Henson by Meltzer, Brad

Flood Warning by Kenah, Katharine

How Deep Is the Ocean? by Zoehfeld, Kathleen Weidner

Spy Called James: The True Story of James Lafayette by Rockwell, Anne F.

Step Right Up: by Bowman, Donna Janell

Will You Help Doug Find His Dog? by Caston, Jane

Balderdash!: John Newbery and the Boiste by Markel, Michell


New Juvenile Fiction
Funny Girl: Funniest. Stories. Ever. by Bird, Betsy

Chupacabra Ate the Candelabra by Nobleman, Marc Tyler

Forgetting Spell by Myracle, Lauren

Secret Origins by Riley, James

Evil Spy School by Gibbs, Stuart

Dragon Captives by McMann, Lisa

Tale Dark & Grimm by Gidwitz, Adam

Word of Mouse by Patterson, James

Stick Cat: A Tail of Two Kitties by Watson, Tom

Bad Kitty Takes the Test by Bruel, Nick

Dog Man Unleashed (Dog Man #2 by Pilkey, Dav

Island of Dragons by McMann, Lisa

Island of Graves by McMann, Lisa

Island of Legends by McMann, Lisa

Island of Shipwrecks by McMann, Lisa

Unwanteds by McMann, Lisa

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard by Riordan, Rick

Heroes of Olympus, Book Two, by Disney Enterprises

Bad Guys in Mission Unpluckable  by Blabey, Aaron

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them by Scamander, Newt

Girl Who Drank the Moon by Barnhill, Kelly

Inquisitor's Tale: by Gidwitz, Adam

Serafina and the Black Cloak by Beatty, Robert

Serafina and the Twisted Staff (Serafina by Beatty, Robert

Spy School by Gibbs, Stuart

Spy Ski School  by Gibbs, Stuart

Stolen Chapters by Riley, James

Story Thieves by Riley, James

Thing about Jellyfish by Benjamin, Ali

Gertie's Leap to Greatness by Beasley, Kate

In a Glass Grimmly by Gidwitz, Adam

Bad Guys in the Furball Strikes Back by Blabey, Aaron

Stick Cat: Cats in the City by Watson, Tom

Trials of Apollo Book Two by Riordan, Rick

Frogkisser! by Nix, Garth

Guardians of the Galaxy by Abnett, Dan

Short by, Holly Goldberg

Wearle (the Erth Dragons #1) by D'Lacey, Chris

Well, That Was Awkward by Vail, Rachel

Adventures of John Blake: by, Philip

Trials of Apollo, Book Two: by Riordan, Rick

Unbreakable Code by Chambliss Bertman, Jennifer

Prisoner of Ice and Snow by Lauren, Ruth

Princess Cora and the Crocodile by Schlitz, Laura Amy

Hamster Princess: Giant Trouble by Vernon, Ursula


New Juvenile Audio
War That Saved My Life by Bradley, Kimberly Brubaker

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard, by Riordan, Rick


New Juvenile Graphic Novel
Real Friends by Hale, Shannon

DC Super Hero Girls: Summer Olympus by Fontana, Shea

Super Narwhal and Jelly Jolt by Clanton, Ben

Legend of Zelda, Volume 1: Ocarina of Time by Himekawa, Akira

Legend of Zelda, Volume 2: Oracle of Sea by Himekawa, Akira

Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition by Himekawa, Akira

Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition, Vol.  by Himekawa, Akira

Hilo Book 3: The Great Big Boom  by Winick, Judd

Bad Guys by Blabey, Aaron

Fukufuku: Kitten Tales, 2  by Konami, Kanata

Vader's Little Princess by Brown, Jeffrey

Star Wars: The Rise of a Hero by Simonson, Louise

Justice League of America Vol. 1 by Orlando, Steve

Justice League vs. Suicide Squad by Williamson, Joshua

5 Worlds Book 1: The Sand Warrior by Siegel, Mark

One Trick Pony by Hale, Nathan

Unicorn Crossing: Another Phoebe and Her Unicorn book by Simpson, Dana


New Young Adult Fiction
Hate U Give by Thomas, Angie

Crown's Game by Skye, Evelyn

Tokyo Ghoul: Days by Towada, Shin

Tokyo Ghoul: Void  by Towada, Shin

Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things by Mackler, Carolyn

Six of Crows by Bardugo, Leigh

Ashes by Anderson, Laurie Halse


New YA Graphic Novels
Ragnarok Volume 1: Last God Standing by Simonson, Walter

All Star Batman Vol. 1: by Snyder, Scott

Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 11 by Ishida, Sui

Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 12 by Ishida, Sui

Tokyo Ghoul, Vol. 13 by Ishida, Sui Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy   -   Clugston-Flores, Chynna

Fairy Tail V01 by Mashima, Hiro

Killing Joke by Moore, Alan

Game of Thrones, Volume Three: by Martin, George R. R.

Game of Thrones: The Graphic Novel: by Martin, George R. R.

One Piece, Volume 21: Utopia by Oda, Eiichiro

One Piece, Volume 22: Hope!!  by Oda, Eiichiro

Unbeatable Squirrel Girl by Marvel Comics

Lumberjanes Vol. 6: Sink or Swim  by Watters, Shannon

Spill Zone by Westerfeld, Scott


Kids News          June 2017
SUMMER PROGRAMMING 2017

Build a better world through reading! Grow your mind while discovering a great story. Share ideas and understand different perspectives. Books are the tools you need to learn new things.
 

Story Hour for Grades K - 5th

Tuesdays 3:30-5:00
July 11, 18, 25

Build a better world through reading! Grow your mind while discovering a great story. Share ideas and understand different perspectives. Books are the tools you need to learn new things, get inspired, and find ways to help our communities.
Join us for stories, crafts, games & prizes
(Marbletown Summer camp will be coming to the library on Wednesdays) Register

Pre-K Story Time (3-5 year olds)
Wednesdays: 10:00-11:00
July 5, 12, 19, 26, August 2 & 9

Story time with Martha will include songs, stories, activities, crafts.
Register 


Grades 6 & up

Teens and tweens can participate in a special independent summer reading program. Read books, listen to books, read graphic novels, volunteer, spark your interest in stories of your own choosing and accrue points toward prizes. Sign-up by emailing julianna@stoneridgelibrary.org and we will send you everything you'll need to participate.
 

Battle of the Books Team
(entering 9th-12th grades)
Teens should also consider joining our Battle of the Books Team. Battle of the books is a program in which teenagers entering 9th-12th grades participate in a reading and trivia game competition. All the students can read all or several of the selected five books. We provide you with your own set of the battle books. The reading starts right now and continues throughout the summer. During the summer our team will meet to familiarize ourselves with the books, and have mini battles. On August 19th there is a large competition between all the participating area libraries. This competition is a lot of fun! email julianna@stoneridgelibrary.org for more information.

Babysitting Workshop  with Amanda Tucker
June 27
10:00-2:00

In this introduction babysitting course students will learn interview tips, communication skills, ages and stages of young babies and toddlers, safety and first aid tips, and feeding and caring for children. A simple test will be administered at the completion of the course and certificates will be distributed. Amanda Tucker, the class instructor, holds a degree in Special Ed., Early Education and Child Psychology. Students should bring a notebook, pen, and a lunch with them. Registration required. ( For ages 10 and up) Register 

Exploring Connections between Art and Literature (clay)

July 6
3:30-4:30

In today's program participants will make a sculpture of a fish using clay and hand building techniques. Jill Obrig will read the book A Fish out of Water by Helen Palmer, illustrated by P.D. Eastman (Dr. Seuss). Jill taught art at Rondout Valley Middle School and Kerhonkson Elementary School for over 18 years. She now works as an artist/teacher at many different venues in the Hudson Valley. (for children in grades 2-4) Register 

Telling Stories through Music & Movement

July 13
10:00-11:00

Join Ms. Beth for some story-telling, music, and dance! This program is a basic introduction of dance and stretch combined with sharing of rhythm instruments and some accompaniment of music from around the world. Beth Jacobs has developed songs and dances over the years as a music and movement teacher. (for children 3-5 years old) Register 

Exploring Connections between Art and Literature (masks)

July 13
3:30-4:30

In today's program participants will start with the book There's a Nightmare in my Closet by Mercer Mayer. Participants work on Monster Masks using techniques with colored paper, scissors, glue and oil pastels. Jill taught art at Rondout Valley Middle School and Kerhonkson Elementary School for over 18 years. She now works as an artist/teacher at many different venues in the Hudson Valley. (for children in grades 2-4) Register


Exploring Connections between Art and Literature (figure)

July 27
3:30-4:30

In today's program participants will read the book The Seven Chinese Brothers by Mou-sien Tseng and Jean Tseng, and will be introduced to Giacometti style metal sculptures. Participants will create their own figurative sculptures using aluminum foil. Jill taught art at Rondout Valley Middle School and Kerhonkson Elementary School for over 18 years. She now works as an artist/teacher at many different venues in the Hudson Valley. ( for children in grades 2-4) Register 

Mad Science --Summertime Rocket Show

July 24
10:00-11:00

Take to the skies as this introduction to rocketry explains how and why rockets fly. You'll witness real model rocket launches that soar several hundreds of feet into the air and deploy parachutes for their return. ( for children of all ages) Register

Pony Tales with Cori Nichols

August 3
10:00-11:00

HolyMac, a miniature Shetland Pony, courtesy of Hudson Valley HorsePlay, in Kerhonkson is coming to the library. HolyMac's visit will offer all ages an introduction to ponies across multiple dimensions. There will be stories read, a sign language interpreter will also be on site to share stories with the hearing impaired. Any children interested in participating as readers should inquire at the library desk. EPL has a wealth of books and stories related to horses and advanced reading is encouraged! HolyMac is no stranger to children, field trips and special events. The 12 year-old, 34 inch mare is part of HorsePlay's equine experiential learning team. (for children of all ages) Register
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