Posted by: HOUCV | 11/05/2013

Brand new & Ready for You!

Here at the Centerville Public library, we have started to acquire some things in our children’s area that you may not have seen very much of in the past. We have ordered hundreds, and they are coming in little by little…and immediately checked out by eager kids who just can’t wait to get their hands on them! What might this be, you may ask?

Brand new books!

New Fiction & Nonfiction Books at Centerville Library

New Juvenile Fiction & Nonfiction Books at Centerville Library

12852262We are so excited about these new additions to our children’s library, and have selected them especially with our patrons in mind. In fact, many of them are specific requests from YOU! These include all the Dork Diaries books, the entire Geronimo Stilton and Thea Stilton collection, and the rest of the Warriors books to finish out our Erin Hunter collection. We have also added some other junior fiction works that we believe will be new favorites for our readers. An example of this is books 1 and 2 of the Confectionately Yours series. It all starts with Save the Cupcakes!, where we meet Hayley who has a far-from-perfect world. Her parents have divorced, her mom has lost her job, and she and her sister are unfortunately sharing a bedroom in her grandmother’s tiny apartment. Fortunately for Hayley, she has a real talent when it comes to baking cupcakes – and cupcakes always make life just a little sweeter! But when she and BFF Artie start drifting apart, she realizes that it’s going to take more than sugar and spice to make things nice. Sound interesting to you? Drop in and check it out, or put it on hold! We’ll let you know when it’s ready for you to pick up.51E7nP9Xi-L._SX300_

Have some slightly younger readers? We’ve got lots of new books for them too! We have ordered more of the Pinkalicious books, including leveled readers for those who are just beginning to get the hang of reading. We also have lots more Bad Kitty, Lego Star Wars, and Biscuit the dog. If you are looking for more outrageous tales, try The Day the Crayons Quit or the Book that Eats PeopleCome browse our new selection today!


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