¡Visite el Nuevo Estante de Libros para ver algunas maravillosas historias en español y bilingües!
¡Baby aprende conceptos científicos, así como las primeras palabras en español e inglés con Al bebe le encanta la ingenieria aeroespacial! y Al bebe le encantan los quarks!
Daisy Ramona explora su vibrante comunidad hispana desde la parte trasera de la motocicleta de su Papi (Mi Papi Tiene Una Moto).
La canción de los niños amados Sol Solecito aparece en su traducción original en español y en inglés. Este libro doblado de acordeón se puede extender plano o en posición vertical para rodear a su pequeño lector con la historia.
Visit the New Book Shelf to check out some wonderful Spanish and bilingual stories!
Baby learns scientific concepts as well as first Spanish and English words with Baby Loves Aerospace Engineering! and Baby Loves Quarks!
Daisy Ramona explores her vibrant Hispanic community from the back of her Papi’s motorcycle (Mi Papi Tiene Una Moto).
Beloved children’s song Little Sunny Sunshine appears in its original Spanish as well as the English translation. This accordion folded book can be spread flat or set upright to surround your little reader with the story.
There's lots to love in the picture book room!
New additions to the 5-Minute Bedtime Stories series (Marvel, Fearless Girls, Spooky, and Adventure Bible) make the bedtime story routine so much simpler.
Happy Hair is a jubilant celebration of African-American girls' hair (Cool Cuts for boys will be published in February).
Budding foodies will delight in Sushi, Hungry Johnny, and Cake.
Fall is made for chapter books. What could be better than curling up on a soft couch under a warm blanket with a good story while the wind swirls colorful leaves past your window?
Want something to cry over? Read Under the Broken Sky, the story of two Japanese sisters struggling to survive the Soviet invasion of Manchuria.
Need a good chuckle? Check out Frank and Bean (and yes, Bean is musical - and loud!).
Want to travel back in time? Pick up Long Ride and follow Jamila, Josie, and Francesca as they navigate school integration in 1971 New York.
Let the reading begin!
Not your childhood's board books! Gone are the days of photographing a ball and a bear and a bib, sticking them on board pages, and calling it a book. Today's board books are rich in artwork, concepts, culture, and language!
Take a look at Baby Loves Gravity! Baby learns why mass causes a noodle to fall from the high chair.
Sweetest Kulu is a loving bedtime poem penned by Inuit throat singer Celina Kalluk.
Join All Aboard! California and your toddler will tour the Redwood Forest, Napa Valley, and the Bay Area.
Check out a new board book today - you may enjoy it even more than your little one!
Little Dreamers: Visionary Women Around the World is a stunning collection of profiles of scientists and artists who made huge contributions in their fields.
Must read The Poison Eaters: Fighting Danger and Fraud in Our Food and Drugs is by turns chilling and hopeful, chronicling the decades long efforts of Dr. Harvey Washington Wiley to protect consumers.
Breathe Like a Bear is a gorgeously illustrated guide to yoga exercises for kids (and an ideal check out before FREE yoga classes begin at the library in November!).
Celebrate with titles like Is It Passover Yet?, Mr. Pumpkin's Tea Party, and Pepe and the Party.
Experience culture with No Kimchi for Me! and Juan Bobo Goes to Work.
Learn about feelings with AdoraBULL, Manny Loses His Fangs, and Sweep.
Our New Picture Book display has so much to offer small children as they learn about their selves and the world around them. Stop by today to pick up some Fall Break reading!
When your child is ready to make the transition from being read to to reading to you, not just any book will do. Their favorite picture books probably have too many big words. Or maybe there just isn't enough repetition so they don't get that sense of accomplishment from recognizing a word on page 4 that they learned on page 2.
Our Rookie Reader collection is the perfect solution to these challenges. Written with beginning readers in mind; the pictures are colorful, the stories are fun, and the words are just the right size.
Stop by the New Book Shelf to pick out a title for your beginning reader!
What do instant noodles have to do with the end of World War II and pursuing world peace? (Magic Ramen: The Story of Momofuku Ando)
How does a young woman go from hiding in a basement from the Nazis to designing some of the most sought after (and expensive) clutches in the world? (Parrots, Pugs, and Pixie Dust: A Book About Fashion Designer Judith Leiber)
What Tour de France champion smuggled documents to help Italian Jews escape the Holocaust? (The Brave Cyclist: The True Story of a Holocaust Hero)
History is . . . Gripping! Fascinating! Inspiring! Don't believe us? Check out the non-fiction section of our New Book Shelf!
Solving a mystery (Me and Sam-Sam Handle the Apocalypse) . . . Joining the Polish Resistance (I Survived the Nazi Invasion, 1944) . . . starting a new school (Little Amish Lizzie) . . . using technology to help a whale (Song for a Whale) . . . On our New Book Shelf fiction readers will find plenty of stories to relate to or learn from or imagine with. Check out a new book today!
Books are for EVERYONE! The American Printing House for the Blind reported 63,357 students in 2017 who met the definition of being legally blind. Many other children cope with varying degrees of visual impairment. Can reading a book be an enjoyable experience for someone who struggles to see? Absolutely!
Our Juvenile Vision collection (housed behind the Children's Circulation Desk*) contains books that are perfect for young readers who are blind or visually impaired.
While geared towards readers with visual impairments, we highly encourage everyone to check out books from this collection. They have high visual as well as tactile interest, are brilliantly executed, and will encourage news ways of looking at the world!
*New titles are currently on display on the New Book Shelf in the Children's picture book room.
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