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New and Featured Books for Kids/Juvenile Readers for 06/12/2012:

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Come and check out these and some of the other new books and materials (or at least new to us) for younger and juvenile readers added to our library collection…

EASY READING:

The Duchess of Whimsy: An Absolutely Delicious Fairy Tale by Randall de Sève and illustrated by Peter de Sève

Driving My Tractor by Jan Dobbins and David Sim

Firefighter Ted by Andrea Beaty and Pascal Lemaitre

Woe Is Moe by Diane Stanley and illustrated by Elise Primavera

Richard Scarry’s Best Word Book Ever

Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day?

Goose Moon by Carolyn Arden and illustrated by Jim Postier

Doo-Wop Pop by Roni Schotter and illustrated by Bryan Collier

Scrambled States of America by Laurie Keller

The Golden Rule by Ilene Cooper and illustrated by Gabi Swiatowska

I Like To Be Little by Charlotte Zolotow and illustrated by Erik Blegvad

FICTION:

Touch The Moon by Marion Dane Bauer and illustrated by Alix Berenzy

Choose Your Own Adventure: Help! You’re Shrinking! by Edward Packard and illustrated by Lorna Tomei

Ice Island by Sherry Shahan

The Time Warp Trio: It’s All Greek To Me by Jon Scieszka and illustrated by Lane Smith

Mystery Mansion by Michael Garland

NON-FICTION:

Food For Thought: The Stories Behind The Things We Eat by Ken Robbins

The Winnie-The-Pooh Cookbook by Virginia H. Ellison and illustrated by Ernest H. Shepard

Sink The Bismarck: Germany’s Super-Battleship Of World War II by Tom McGowen

Marching To Appomattox: The Footrace That Ended The Civil War by Ken Stark

Secrets of The Garden: Food Chains And The Food Web In Our Backyard by Kathleen Weidner Zoehfeld and illustrated by Priscilla Lamont

How Did That Get In My Lunchbox? The Story Of Food by Chris Butterworth and illustrated by Lucia Gaggiotti

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Please note that books mentioned here could be checked out between the time they end up on the blog and when you come to check them out. If you don’t see the items you’re looking for then please come up to the front desk, OR call us, OR send us an email at robinsbaselibrary@gmail.com and  we’ll put your name on the reserve list for when the item returns.

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Previous New/Featured books for Adults:

04/19/12.

04/11/12.

04/04/12.

03/29/12.

And for Young Adults:

04/12/12.

04/03/12.

03/20/12.

03/06/12.

02/21/12.

And for Kids/Juvenile Readers:

06/05/12.

04/17/12.

03/27/12.

03/13/12.

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Reading material for 02/13/12:

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Some reading material from around the internet:

SeaWorld is being sued… by five of its “enslaved” killer whales.

Teens learn robotics as factories lack skilled workers.

Origami robots that run only on air.

RIP Whitney Houston.

Listen to Whitney Houston’s isolated vocal track from “How Will I Know?”

Sophisticated jewelry heist stumps Chicago cops.

Take a tour of NYC sewers on Valentine’s Day. Seriously.

California’s volcanoes to be monitored more closely.

34% of people aged 25 to 29 years old have moved back home.

The Pentagon to lift some restrictions on women in combat.

Social media explained.

Amazon tries out the brick and mortar approach.

Google might open a store too.

How to improve your odds in online dating.

The FBI file on Steve Jobs.

The man behind the fake Cormac McCarthy twitter account.

Do you want to open up a perpetual, invisible window into your gmail?

Also, men don’t read online dating profiles.

Stephen Fry says that British judges don’t understand twitter.

Arguing for a Zuckerberg tax.

Mad Men: a guide to catching up before season 5, which starts next month.

Also, Thomas Jane was almost Don Draper.

Natalie Portman to join both of Terrence Malick’s upcoming films.

Naomi Watts to play Princess Diana.

Roger Ebert says 3D is killing Hollywood.

It looks like House will be coming to an end in May with the conclusion of its 8th season.

George Lucas says Han never shot first.

Amy Adams to adapt Steven Martin’s An Object Of Beauty.

Anton Corbijn to adapt John Le Carré’s A Most Wanted Man, which will star Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Navy SEALs moonlight as movie stars.

The trailer for The Bourne Legacy.

In the picture above: 15,000 different books about Abraham Lincoln arranged together to form a three story tower in the lobby of the Ford’s Theater Center for Education and Leadership.

What Dr. Seuss books were really about.

William Gibson on aging futurism.

10 of the greatest kisses in literature.

A neurodevelopmental perspective on A. A. Milne.

The top 10 Batman storylines.

Charles Dickens and Sinclair Lewis.

A list of ridiculous names in Charles Dickens novels (incomplete).

Jeffrey Zaslow, the man who wrote the recent Gabrielle Giffords book and the Chesley “Sully” Sullenberg, died on Friday.

Michael Chabon talks about his new short story.

Books that will change the way you think about love.

This is a very cool site: Better Book Titles.

from here.

How black lights work.

Legacy of nuclear drilling site in Colorado still lingers.

Entire genome of extinct human decoded from fossil.

Can bees make tupperware?

10 things you probably didn’t know about love and sex.

Metaphors trigger the visual parts of your brain.

The psychedelic cult that thrived for nearly 2000 years.

Greek protesters setting Athens aflame.

The world’s tallest hotel is, of course, in Dubai.

Why being sleepy and drunk is great for creativity.

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Previous online reading material:

02/06/12.

01/30/12.

12/27/11.

12/19/11.