Books: New at CADL

New at CADL

New Kids Picture Books

These picture books are new to our shelves in the last 30 days (most recent on top).

While looking for crocuses, Anna, Elsa, and Olaf find a baby reindeer stranded on a ledge.
"A collection of 'lost' stories written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss and published in magazines in the 1950s. Includes an introduction by Seuss scholar Charles D. Cohen"--Provided by publisher.
From good morning to bedtime, join Monster in his busy day, featuring a cast of lovable, fuzzy friends
When a hedgehog named Sam settles into his new home in the forest, there's one important thing missing-- will he find new friends there to welcome him?
Presents a retelling of the classic folk song in which the solution proves worse than the predicament when an old lady swallows a fly.
These bright pictures and patches of different textures will help develop sensory and language awareness in very young children.
Animal stories. A sweet touchy-feely board book with five adorable little lambs for young children to meet. Features a tactile patch for little fingers to explore on every page, including a fuzzy back, a woolly tail and soft ears. Specially designed to he…
Illustrations and rhyming text portray a young bear searching for its mother and meeting many North American animals along the way. On board pages.
"Many cultures explain why we can see the shape of a rabbit on the moon. Inspired by a Lakota Elder's version of the tale, Martha Brooks created this beautifully written story. A young rabbit asks his mother how the shape of a rabbit came to be on the moo…
Simple text and photographs introduce various types of tractors and the tasks they can perform on farms. Includes stickers.
Describes the parts of a fire truck that are used for different tasks in fighting fires, in a book in the shape of a fire engine. On board pages.
All aboard for this fun and sturdy board book shaped like a train. Read along as trains travel from town to town delivering passengers and important cargo to train stations across the country.
Readers learn what dump trucks, backhoes, bulldozers, and front loaders do, in this book that is shaped like a dump truck. On board pages.
Spot never seems sleepy--he would much rather stay up late and play with his toys instead of going to bed.
Introduces the alphabet with artwork that depicts a range of careers, from aviator to zookeeper.
Rejected by all of the other royal families she meets, it takes an encounter with a humble court jester, who declares her the queen of his heart, for the princess to discover where her kingdom really lies.
Katie loves being the best dancer in her dance class, so when Mattie joins the class and begins to outshine her, Katie is jealous.
Readers are asked to identify the anomaly amongst repeated rows of photographs featuring such Christmas items as cookies, stockings, and reindeer.
A king vows to allow the man who can discover how his twelve daughters manage to dance their shoes apart night after night, despite being locked in their room, to marry the princess of his choice.
"Milo the dog loves to pretend. He goes on a journey looking for someone who understands his creative imagination. But the other animals only like to play with their own kind. When Milo pretends to be like them, they just laugh. Eventually he meets Cleo t…
On a chase to retrieve her new dog, a longtime resident of Paris ascends the Eiffel Tower for the first time, discovering how much beauty she has been missing all these years and deciding to try something new each week.
With her Halloween party almost here, Hello Kitty asks her friends for advice on finding the perfect, spooky costume to wear.
Marshall refuses to believe that gingerbread men can run, even after a series of clues leads his class on a riddle-filled gingerbread cookie hunt.
At bedtime, a parent carefully checks baby's body from head to toe, encouraging gentle play.
Follows a bee as it wakes up and travels from a strawberry field, to a pumpkin patch, and back to its hive.
A small child's play is interrupted when Sherm the Germ visits.
Rhyming text and colorful, textured photographs introduce a variety of trucks, including fire trucks, dump trucks, and garbage trucks.
Bunny and Bee enjoy all the colors they see outside their house on a cool, fall day.
Relates how Calvin the starling's book knowledge and new glasses aid him during a perilous adventure.
A pumpkin seed tries unsuccessfully to be scary until it grows into a pumpkin and Halloween arrives.
Left home alone for the evening, Erika and Patrick discover a mysterious box in the attic, and when they take a peek inside the box, animals begin to pour out, turning their world upside down.
Sally has some unexpected adventures when she visits the forest.
Mac the apple and Will the worm set out for a perfect day at the watering hole, and although little goes as they plan, friendship, imagination, and a sense of fun make everything turn out fine.
"Dog and Bear are back in three new stories, all with a Halloween theme"--Provided by publisher.
Llama Llama picks out the perfect Halloween costume and goes trick-or-treating with Mama and his friends.
Describes the sounds of eight different kinds of airplanes.
"Children go to their grandmother's house to bake and enjoy spending time with their loving grandmother"--Provided by publisher.
"It is Halloween and Lulu doesn't know if she should dress as Ladybug Girl or find a different costume for the special day"--Provided by publisher.
In this counting book Batman chases Catwoman through Gotham City.
As a shy boy, Raffi is a loner and teased at school until one day he discovers knitting and decides to make a scarf for his father and a cape for the prince in the school play.
Tells a fictionalized version of what happened to Bob the street cat before he met his new friend and owner James, a street performing musician.
A lonely pig sneaks into school where he enjoys lunchtime and making new friends.
When Albert's sister brings home the new Captain Slime book, Albert wants to read it first and offers a trade, adding more items to sweeten the deal.
Teaches the numbers from one to one hundred by showing how a certain number of objects can become something else, from one acorn growing into an oak tree to one hundred puzzle pieces becoming one large puzzle.
Introduces colors to young readers, in spooky scenes with rhyming text featuring a little monster on a Halloween adventure, including haunted halls, a moonlit forest, and a pumpkin patch.
In this new take on "Old MacDonald," farmers are city dwellers and farms consist of rooftops, empty lots, patios, hydroponic labs, and other urban nooks.
As Joe and his mother walk down a street on their way to a party, Joe starts to worry about such things as what if he doesn't like the party and what if he doesn't like the food.
A dog without a human companion fetches his own slippers and curls up at his own feet but cannot reach a certain itchy spot in the middle of his back, compelling him to leash a poor lonely human who will loyally offer a helpful scratch.
Invites young readers to help Little Bubba search his preschool for his toy elephant, Elly.
Demonstrates the different sounds wild animals make, in a book encouraging readers to lift flaps to identify each animal.
Invites young readers to discover what animals are hidden beneath flaps and imitate their sounds, including those made by bears, monkeys and tigers.
Young Julia comes to terms with the changes in her beloved grandmother, whose Alzheimer's Disease makes it hard for her to remember people and things.
A mouse with typewriting skills secretly helps the people of Offley Street find lost items, and eventually saves the day.
Although two brothers are different in many ways, they are alike, too--most importantly, in their love for each other.
Felix isn't feeling well, but when his mother suggests a visit to the doctor, he worries about what will happen at the doctor's office.
Invites young readers to lift flaps and reveal what animals are in the barn, with animal sounds for clues.
While searching for Sophie, Lazare finds many other animals hiding around the house.
A narrator questions all the animals he finds about the sounds that they make.
Teddy is not looking forward to a visit from Cousin Irv, who comes from Mars and likes to vaporize things.
Because she is afraid to read an essay aloud in English class, young Patricia is invited to take Mr. Wayne's drama class where she paints sets, participates in fun exercises, and memorizes every part in the play the others are rehearsing.
"Beatrice the bunny wants to share winter with her best friend, Bear, but he will be busy hibernating"--Provided by publisher.
Twin sisters who already compete for their mother's attention have an especially hard time after their baby sister is born.
Still looking for a place to hibernate, Papa Bear follows Baby Bear to a cruise ship, and winds up on a tropical island.
Explores the concept of what it means to be "in" something with text and pictures.
With Halloween soon to arrive, little Daniel Tiger and his friends pick out special costumes to wear in the holiday parade through the neighborhood.
Explores some of the many and varied ways a grandfather can express his love, even without saying the words, such as by sharing his coin collection, holding hands when crossing the street, and attending tea parties.
In a variation of the nursery rhyme "The Itsy Bitsy Spider," a jack-o-lantern encounters a goblin and a witch while trying to roll back to his family on Halloween.
Rhyming text describes the wonder that occurs when babies discover their toes.
Mudenstein is a monster truck who loves life in the arena where his tall tires grab the dirt, he crushes cars, and he takes on a fire-breathing crane.
Follow the adventures of Wonder Woman, and learn new words at the same time.
Follow the adventures of Superman, and learn new words at the same time.
Invites young readers to lift flaps to see familiar food items transformed into surprising animals.
Invites young readers to lift flaps to see familiar fruits transformed into surprising animals.
Curious about what fall is like in places that are not always white, Penguin and his friends fly to a pumpkin farm and bring back a surprise for Penguin's brother, Pumpkin, who couldn't come with them.
When Ella the elephant goes to the carnival and loses her lucky hat in a storm, she learns a valuable lesson about the real meaning of luck.
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