New Books for Children: Thursday, December 8

The Macedon Public Library is fully open for in-person visits. Computers are available and the Discovery Room is also open. Masks are strongly encouraged for all patrons, even if you have been vaccinated. We will continue to offer “Grab and Go” services for those who prefer to place their books on hold online and then pick them up in the cabinet outside the library.

Here are a few of the new books for children that have come to the library recently. We invite you to check them out!

Winter Blunderland (Middle School v. 15)

Sometimes middle school feels like a dangerous mission in the cold, unforgiving tundra. Sometimes it literally is. Will Rafe survive his most (frost)biting adventure yet? Things heat up at Hills Village Middle School when Rafe gets an invitation from Dr. Daria Deerwin to join a research study on polar bears. How many times in life do you get a chance to come face-to-face with a real polar bear in the wild? Rafe is ready to find out! He’s spending every waking moment with Penelope, who he definitely has a crush on, and a polar bear Dr. Deerwin is tracking goes missing…with poachers on the tundra. It’s up to Rafe, Penelope, and their new friends to save the day in Rafe’s coolest adventure yet. For ages 8-12.

Maisy’s Snowy Day

One day Maisy wakes up to a wonderful surprise: it’s snowing! After putting on her coat, scarf, and gloves, she heads outside, where everything looks beautiful covered in snow, even if it’s cold. Brrr! In the park, Eddie and Cyril are catching snowflakes on their tongues, while Charley and Tallulah throw snowballs. Maisy joins in the fun, and soon she and her friends are building a snowman and sledding down a hill. Yippee! When it gets too cold, the whole crew returns inside for hot cocoa and a snuggle. Warm and delightful, this First Experiences book captures the joys of a snowy day spent with friends. for ages 3-7.

Snowboarding Surprise

Samira has loved gymnastics for as long as she can remember, even though she has to work harder than her teammates to stay competitive. But when an arm injury sidelines her, she discovers a new winter sport—snowboarding! A whole new world of speed, tricks, and fresh alpine air opens up to Samira when she joins the local snowboarding club. Once her arm is healed up, she has a decision to make. Does she go back to gymnastics and the team she’s always known, or does she take a chance and stick with snowboarding? for ages 8-11.

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