What's New In Children's Books - Spring 2003
Young Readers (preschool - grade 3)
Middle Readers (grades 4 - 6)
Older Readers (grades 6-9)
Folklore & Fairy Tales
Be on the Look-Out for These Spring 2003 Titles
Blake, Robert. Togo. Philomel.
Blumenthal, Karen. Six Days in October: the Stock Market Crash of 1929. Atheneum
Bolotin, Norman. Civil War A to Z: a Young Readers' Guide to Over 100 People, Places, and Points of Importance. Dutton
Colman, Penny. Where the Action Was: Women War Correspondents in World War II. Crown
Cooper, Elisha. Ice Cream. Greenwillow
Fink, Sam. The Declaration of Independence. Scholastic.
Fleischman, John. Phineas Gage: a Gruesome but True Story about Brain Science. Houghton
Hill, Cherry. Cherry Hill's Horse Care for Kids. Storey Kids
Kalman, Maira. Fireboat: the Heroic Adventures of the John J. Harvey. Putnam.
Karas, G. Brian. Atlantic. Putnam.
Martin, Bill. I Pledge Allegiance. Candlewick.
Myers, Walter Dean. Patrol: An American Soldier in Vietnam. HarperCollins.
New York Times. A Nation Challenged: A Visual History of 9/11 and Its Aftermath. Scholastic.
O'Connor, Jane. The Emperor's Silent Army: Terracotta Warriors of Ancient China. Viking.
Pinkney, Jerry. Noah's Ark. North-South/SeaStar.
Rubin, Susan Goldman. Degas and the Dance: the Painter & the Petits Rats.. Abrams
Simon, Seymour. Seymour Simon's Books of Trains. Harpercollins.
Singh, Simon. The Code Book. Delacorte.
Thoms, Annie. With Their Eyes: September 11th - the View from a High School at Ground Zero. HarperTempest
Walker, Sally M. Fossil Fish Found Alive: Discovering the Coelacanth. Carolrhoda
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