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New Picture Books 2017

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2017 has been a great year so far for picture books. Here are a few that you can check out now from the Children’s Room of the Nevins Memorial Library:

 

Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel by Adam Rubin

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The much anticipated Dragons Love Tacos 2 is finally here! The world has run out of tacos and the emergency supplies have been depleted. Our protagonist must travel back in time with the dragons to procure some tacos to bring back to the present and plant taco trees. But like last time, he needs to watch out for that spicy salsa that will give the dragons the tummy rumblies.

 

Happy Dreamer by Peter H. Reynolds

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The newest from the creator of The Dot encourages the reader to be a dreamer. When the world tells you to be quiet and stay still, keep on dreaming! With gorgeous color illustrations, discover what type of dreamer you are and persevere even if you feel boxed in by outside expectations.

 

Cinnamon by Neil Gaiman

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Previously available only in audiobook format, Neil Gaiman’s text Cinnamon becomes vibrant with Divya Srinivasan’s illustrations. Set in ancient India, a young princess is blind and refuses to talk. When a tiger offers to help her family is suspicious, but he may be their only hope.

We’re All Wonders by R.J. Palacio

R.J. Palacio’s novel Wonder was the inspiration for this picture book. Auggie knows that he looks different than most kids and it hurts when people don’t accept him. He wants everyone to know that he is a wonder and they are too. We’re all wonders and just need to see each other with kindness.

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Author: Ashley

I am an aspiring librarian who loves traveling, reading, hula hooping, and going on amazing adventures when I am not in the Children's Room.

2 thoughts on “New Picture Books 2017

  1. Great choices, three out of four are ones I chose for my library, as well!

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  2. Thanks! Librarians unite!

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