The top forthcoming books in Canadian libraries

June 2024 Adult List

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  1. Eruption
    by Michael Crichton
    Little, Brown and Company
    Jun 03, 2024
    FICTION / Thrillers / Suspense
    Hardback

    Description

    Instant #1 New York Times Bestseller!

    The biggest thriller of the year: A history-making eruption is about to destroy the Big Island of Hawaii. But a secret held for decades by the US military is far more terrifying than any volcano.

    “The book is a classic summer beach read...Eruption will revive the art of speed-reading...told with a singular voice that is a compelling amalgam of the two writers.”—USA Today


    Eruption is an epic thriller…fast-paced and deeply considered…a cinematic story rooted in science and infused with plenty of heart, tackling big themes like love and loss.”
    Time


    The master of the techno-blockbuster joins forces with the master of the modern thriller to create the most anticipated mega bestseller in years.

    Michael Crichton, creator of Jurassic Park, ER, Twister, and Westworld, had a passion project he’d been pursuing for years, ahead of his untimely passing in 2008. Knowing how special it was, his wife, Sherri Crichton, held back his notes and the partial manuscript until she found the right author to complete it: James Patterson, the world’s most popular storyteller.

    “Explosive…the summer’s ultimate literary mashup.” —Washington Post

    "Takes readers on a thrilling journey." —BBC

    "Beachbag-ready." —Boston Globe

    “A seismic publishing event…all the elements of a summer blockbuster…it’s a thrill and the pages practically turn themselves.” —Associated Press

    Eruption is this summer’s literary version of a blockbuster action movie.” –Los Angeles Times

    "Breakneck and plausible." —Publishers Weekly
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  2. The Midnight Feast
    by Lucy Foley
    William Morrow
    Jun 18, 2024
    Hardback

    Description

    Secrets. Lies. Murder. Let the festivities begin...

    "An irresistible whodunit with an irresistible Blair Witch-meets-Fyre Festival backdrop." -- People

    "Sharp, stylish and stunning...Foley's best yet." -- Chris Whitaker, New York Times bestselling author of We Begin at the End

    "Agatha Christie for the Instagram age." -- Guardian

    The deliciously twisty new locked room murder mystery from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Guest List and The Paris Apartment

    It’s the opening night of The Manor, and no expense, small or large, has been spared. The infinity pool sparkles; crystal pouches for guests’ healing have been placed in the Seaside Cottages and Woodland Hutches; the “Manor Mule” cocktail (grapefruit, ginger, vodka, and a dash of CBD oil) is being poured with a heavy hand. Everyone is wearing linen.

    But under the burning midsummer sun, darkness stirs. Old friends and enemies circulate among the guests. Just outside the Manor’s immaculately kept grounds, an ancient forest bristles with secrets. And the Sunday morning of opening weekend, the local police are called. Something’s not right with the guests. There’s been a fire. A body’s been discovered.

    THE FOUNDER * THE HUSBAND * THE MYSTERY GUEST * THE KITCHEN HELP

    It all began with a secret, fifteen years ago. Now the past has crashed the party. And it’ll end in murder at…The Midnight Feast.

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  3. Swan Song
    by Elin Hilderbrand
    Little, Brown and Company
    Jun 11, 2024
    FICTION / Women
    Hardback

    Description

    The beloved #1 New York Times bestselling author brings her Nantucket novels to a brilliant finish: when rich strangers move to the island, social mayhemand a possible murder follow. Can Nantucket’s best locals save the day, and their way of life?

    Chief of Police Ed Kapenash is about to retire. Blond Sharon is going through a divorce. But when a 22-million-dollar summer home is purchased by the mysterious Richardsons—how did they make their money, exactly?—Ed, Sharon, and everyone in the community are swept up in high drama. The Richardsons throw lavish parties, flirt with multiple locals, flaunt their wealth with not one but two yachts, and raise impossible hopes of everyone they meet. When their house burns to the ground and their most essential employee goes missing, the entire island is up in arms.

    The last of Elin Hilderbrand's bestselling Nantucket novels, Swan Song is a propulsive medley of glittering gatherings, sun-soaked drama, wisdom and heart, featuring the return of some of her most beloved characters, including, most importantly, the beautiful and timeless island of Nantucket itself.
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  4. Not in Love
    by Ali Hazelwood
    Berkley
    Jun 11, 2024
    FICTION / Romance / Workplace
    Hardback

    Description

    An Indie Next and a Hall of Fame LibraryReads Pick!

    A forbidden, secret affair proves that all’s fair in love and science—from New York Times bestselling author Ali Hazelwood.


    Rue Siebert might not have it all, but she has enough: a few friends she can always count on, the financial stability she yearned for as a kid, and a successful career as a biotech engineer at Kline, one of the most promising start-ups in the field of food science. Her world is stable, pleasant, and hard-fought. Until a hostile takeover and its offensively attractive front man threatens to bring it all crumbling down.

    Eli Killgore and his business partners want Kline, period. Eli has his own reasons for pushing this deal through—and he’s a man who gets what he wants. With one burning exception: Rue. The woman he can’t stop thinking about. The woman who's off-limits to him.

    Torn between loyalty and an undeniable attraction, Rue and Eli throw caution out the lab and the boardroom windows. Their affair is secret, no-strings-attached, and has a built-in deadline: the day one of their companies will prevail. But the heart is risky business—one that plays for keeps.
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  5. Middle of the Night
    by Riley Sager
    Dutton
    Jun 18, 2024
    FICTION / Thrillers / Suspense
    Hardback

    Description

    In the latest jaw-dropping thriller from New York Times bestselling author Riley Sager, a man must contend with the long-ago disappearance of his childhood best friend—and the dark secrets lurking just beyond the safe confines of his picture-perfect neighborhood.

    The worst thing to ever happen on Hemlock Circle occurred in Ethan Marsh’s backyard. One July night, ten-year-old Ethan and his best friend and neighbor, Billy, fell asleep in a tent set up on a manicured lawn in a quiet, quaint New Jersey cul-de-sac. In the morning, Ethan woke up alone. During the night, someone had sliced the tent open with a knife and taken Billy. He was never seen again.

    Thirty years later, Ethan has reluctantly returned to his childhood home. Plagued by bad dreams and insomnia, he begins to notice strange things happening in the middle of the night. Someone seems to be roaming the cul-de-sac at odd hours, and signs of Billy’s presence keep appearing in Ethan’s backyard. Is someone playing a cruel prank? Or has Billy, long thought to be dead, somehow returned to Hemlock Circle?

    The mysterious occurrences prompt Ethan to investigate what really happened that night, a quest that reunites him with former friends and neighbors and leads him into the woods that surround Hemlock Circle. Woods where Billy claimed ghosts roamed and where a mysterious institute does clandestine research on a crumbling estate.

    The closer Ethan gets to the truth, the more he realizes that no place—be it quiet forest or suburban street—is completely safe. And that the past has a way of haunting the present.
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  6. Resurrection
    by Danielle Steel
    Delacorte Press
    Jun 25, 2024
    FICTION / Women
    Hardback

    Description

    #1 New York Times bestselling author Danielle Steel returns with an irresistible novel about a woman whose seemingly perfect life comes crashing down—and learns to find joy in rising above.

    Darcy Gray is a successful influencer with her blog, The Gray Zone, trusted by more than a million followers for her integrity and taste. At forty-two, she has the life she wants in many ways. Darcy and her husband, department store magnate Charles Gray, are a power couple in Manhattan and on the international stage. Their beloved twin daughters are each enjoying their junior year abroad, Penny in Hong Kong and Zoe at the Sorbonne in Paris.

    To celebrate twenty years of marriage, Darcy impulsively flies to Rome to surprise Charlie, who is tending to business interests there. Instead, she gets the shock of her life, which upends her whole world.

    Still reeling, Darcy flees to Paris to see Zoe. But a rapidly escalating worldwide health crisis forces her to remain indefinitely in France. Suddenly thrust into a gray zone of her own, her forced separation from Zoe and the rest of her family feels like too much to bear . . .

    Until Darcy finds a welcoming refuge in the home of the aging French movie star Sybille Carton. There, she meets a widowed American engineer and former Marine who is also stranded. Bill Thompson is kind and courteous but also carries an air of mystery about him. In this shared confinement, and despite worries about her girls, Darcy begins to see glimpses of new possibilities.

    In Resurrection, Danielle Steel poignantly shows how the hardest of times can give birth to a beautiful new life.
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  7. Flashback
    by Iris Johansen
    Grand Central Publishing
    Jun 25, 2024
    FICTION / Thrillers / Suspense
    Hardback

    Description

    Kendra Michaels uses her heightened powers of deduction to draw out a serial killer who has not been seen or heard from in over fifteen years.

    Chloe and Sloane Morgan were only children when their mother was the second victim of the Bayside Strangler. Now, after spending fifteen years trying to discover his identity, the sisters have suddenly vanished. Were they getting too close to the truth? The police consider their interest in the crime to be just a coincidence and have little motivation to pursue the cold case.
    Armed with the box of photos, videos, police reports, and notes gathered by the sisters over the years—plus the extraordinary senses from being blind before recovering her sight via a revolutionary surgical procedure—Kendra follows the sisters’ trail of clues. Little does she realize that her search is about to unleash a long-dormant killer on San Diego. With help from government agent-for-hire Adam Lynch and private eye Jessie Mercado, Kendra must race to discover the identity of an infamous killer, not only to save the lives of the two sisters but also untold others.

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  8. Shelterwood
    by Lisa Wingate
    Ballantine Books
    Jun 04, 2024
    FICTION / Historical / General
    Hardback

    Description

    NATIONAL BESTSELLER • “Wingate’s stellar latest explores a centuries-long legacy of missing child cases. . . . Her portrayal of the region’s history, culture, and landscape enthralls. Wingate is at the top of her game.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

    From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Before We Were Yours comes a sweeping novel inspired by the untold history of women pioneers who fought to protect children caught in the storm of land barons hungry for power and oil wealth.


    Oklahoma, 1909. Eleven-year-old Olive Augusta Radley knows that her stepfather doesn’t have good intentions toward the two Choctaw girls boarded in their home as wards. When the older girl disappears, Ollie flees to the woods, taking six-year-old Nessa with her. Together they begin a perilous journey to the remote Winding Stair Mountains, the notorious territory of outlaws, treasure hunters, and desperate men. Along the way, Ollie and Nessa form an unlikely band with others like themselves, struggling to stay one step ahead of those who seek to exploit them . . . or worse.

    Oklahoma, 1990. Law enforcement ranger Valerie Boren-Odell arrives at newly minted Horsethief Trail National Park seeking a quiet place to balance a career and single parenthood. But no sooner has Valerie reported for duty than she’s faced with local controversy over the park’s opening, a teenage hiker gone missing from one of the trails, and the long-hidden burial site of three children unearthed in a cave. Val’s quest for the truth wins an ally among the neighboring Choctaw Tribal Police but soon collides with old secrets and the tragic and deadly history of the land itself.

    In this emotional and enveloping novel, Lisa Wingate traces the story of children abandoned by the law and the battle to see justice done. Amid times of deep conflict over who owns the land and its riches, Ollie and Val traverse the rugged and beautiful terrain, each leaving behind one life in search of another.
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  9. The Comfort of Ghosts
    by Jacqueline Winspear
    Soho Crime
    Jun 04, 2024
    FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Historical
    Hardback

    Description

    A milestone in historical mystery fiction as Maisie Dobbs takes her final bow!

    The Comfort of Ghosts completes Jacqueline Winspear’s ground-breaking and internationally bestselling series.

    “An outstanding historical series.”—The New York Times

    “Winspear is a brilliant writer, mixing the history and the mystery with the psychology of criminals and victims.”—The Historical Novel Society

    Psychologist and investigator Maisie Dobbs unravels a profound mystery from her past in a war-torn nation grappling with its future.


    London, 1945: Four adolescent orphans with a dark wartime history are squatting in a vacant Belgravia mansion—the owners having fled London under heavy Luftwaffe bombing. Psychologist and Investigator Maisie Dobbs visits the mansion on behalf of the owners and discovers that a demobilized soldier, gravely ill and reeling from his experiences overseas, has taken shelter with the group.

    Maisie’s quest to bring comfort to the youngsters and the ailing soldier brings to light a decades-old mystery concerning Maisie’s first husband, James Compton, who was killed while piloting an experimental fighter aircraft. As Maisie unravels the threads of her dead husband’s life, she is forced to examine her own painful past and question beliefs she has always accepted as true.

    The award-winning Maisie Dobbs series has garnered hundreds of thousands of followers, readers drawn to a woman who is of her time, yet familiar in ours—and who inspires with her resilience and capacity for endurance. This final assignment of her own choosing not only opens a new future for Maisie and her family, but serves as a fascinating portrayal of the challenges facing the people of Britain at the close of the Second World War.
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  10. The Secret History of Audrey James
    by Heather Marshall Canada
    Simon & Schuster
    Jun 04, 2024
    FICTION / Historical / 20th Century / World War II & Holocaust
    Paperback / softback

    Description

    The #1 bestselling author of Looking for Jane returns with a poignant, gripping novel about a pianist in Berlin on the cusp of WWII and the choices she makes that echo across generations.

    Sometimes the best place to hide is the last place anyone would look.

    Northern England, 2010

    After a tragic accident upends her life, Kate Mercer leaves London to work at an old guest house near the Scottish border, where she hopes to find a fresh start and heal from her loss. When she arrives, she begins to unravel the truth about her past, but discovers the mysterious elderly proprietor is harbouring her own secrets…

    Berlin, 1938

    Audrey James is weeks away from graduating from a prestigious music school in Berlin, where she’s been living with her best friend, Ilse Kaplan. As she prepares to finish her piano studies, Audrey dreads the thought of returning to her father in England and leaving Ilse behind. Families like the Kaplans are being targeted, and the stakes grow higher by the day. Restrictions tighten, the borders close to Jews, and rumours swirl about people being apprehended in the street and shipped off to work camps.

    When Ilse’s parents and brother suddenly disappear, two high-ranking Nazi party members confiscate the Kaplans’ upscale home, believing it to be empty. In a desperate attempt to keep Ilse safe, Audrey becomes housekeeper for the officers while Ilse is forced into hiding in the attic—a prisoner in her own home. As war in Europe threatens, it isn’t long before a shocking turn of events pushes Audrey to become embroiled in cell of the anti-Hitler movement: clusters of resisters working to bring down the Nazis from within Germany itself. But resistance comes with risk, and before the war is over, Audrey must decide what matters most: saving herself, her friend, or sacrificing everything for the greater good.

    Inspired by true stories of courageous women and the German resistance during WWII, this is a captivating novel about the unbreakable bonds of friendship, the sacrifices we make for those we love, and the healing that comes from human connection.
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May & June 2024 Juvenile and Young Adult List

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  1. The Summer of Bitter and Sweet
    by Jen Ferguson Canada
    Heartdrum
    May 10, 2022
    Hardback

    Description

    In this complex and emotionally resonant novel about a Métis girl living on the Canadian prairies, debut author Jen Ferguson serves up a powerful story about rage, secrets, and all the spectrums that make up a person—and the sweetness that can still live alongside the bitterest truth. A William C. Morris Award Honor Book and a Stonewall Award Honor Book!

    Lou has enough confusion in front of her this summer. She’ll be working in her family’s ice-cream shack with her newly ex-boyfriend—whose kisses never made her feel desire, only discomfort—and her former best friend, King, who is back in their Canadian prairie town after disappearing three years ago without a word.

    But when she gets a letter from her biological father—a man she hoped would stay behind bars for the rest of his life—Lou immediately knows that she cannot meet him, no matter how much he insists.

    While King’s friendship makes Lou feel safer and warmer than she would have thought possible, when her family’s business comes under threat, she soon realizes that she can’t ignore her father forever.

    The Heartdrum imprint centers a wide range of intertribal voices, visions, and stories while welcoming all young readers, with an emphasis on the present and future of Indian Country and on the strength of young Native heroes. In partnership with We Need Diverse Books.

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  2. Roswell Johnson Saves the World!
    by Chris Colfer
    Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
    Jun 04, 2024
    JUVENILE FICTION / Action & Adventure / General
    Hardback

    Description

    From #1 New York Times bestselling author Chris Colfer comes a funny, heartfelt, action-packed “Guardians of the Galaxy meets The Land of Stories” adventure series that will take readers on an epic journey across the galaxy to save Earth!

    Eleven-year-old Roswell Johnson is obsessed with conspiracies about extraterrestrial life, an interest he inherited from his late father, who aptly named Roswell after the infamous UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico. 

    When Roswell is accidentally abducted by aliens, his biggest dream comes true—he learns that aliens are real! But when he discovers Earth is in grave danger, he must join forces with a team of quirky extraterrestrials, including two bickering Grays, a humorless Cyborg, a germophobic Mantis, an overly confident Furgarian, and an over achieving Pleiadean to save his planet from a tyrannical invasion. But can Roswell restore his own faith in humanity and Earth in time to save the world?
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  3. The New Girl: A Graphic Novel (The New Girl #1)
    by Cassandra Calin Canada
    Graphix
    Jun 04, 2024
    JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / Humorous
    Lexile measure GN210L
    Hardback

    Description

    Instagram sensation and Tapas webcomic superstar Cassandra Calin makes her long-form debut with this funny, feel-good middle-grade graphic novel about change.

    Goodbye, old life...

    Lia and her family are waiting to board a flight across the Atlantic, leaving behind family, friends, and Romania -- the only home Lia has ever known. But Lia's heartache is overshadowed by the discomfort of her first period. As if things weren't difficult enough! Now Lia is thrust into a world where everything is different: her home, her language, and even her body. With so many changes happening at once, Lia struggles with schoolwork, has trouble communicating with classmates, and has no idea how to manage her unpleasant periods. Will she ever feel like herself again?

    Inspired by the author's own immigration experience, The New Girl is a comically charming story about change and acceptance.

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  4. Dinosaurs in Trucks Because Hey, Why Not?
    by Sandra Boynton
    Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
    May 07, 2024
    JUVENILE FICTION / Animals / Dinosaurs & Prehistoric Creatures
    Board book

    Description

    Find out what happens when you suddenly give some dinosaurs their very own trucks in this hilarious rhyming board book from bestselling author Sandra Boynton.

    You like dinosaurs. Of course you do!
    Dinosaurs are terrific! I like them too.
    You also like trucks and watching them go.
    Dinos never had trucks. (As far as we know.)


    This masterful mash-up by beloved author and illustrator Sandra Boynton brings together two things kids love...because HEY, WHY NOT? A riotous read aloud and the perfect gift for dinosaur-obsessed / truck-obsessed toddlers, this book will make little listeners roar with laughter as they zoom through the pages!
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  5. Little Fish's Opposites
    by Lucy Cousins
    Candlewick
    May 14, 2024
    JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Opposites
    Board book

    Description

    Have fun exploring opposite word pairs in this vibrant, bubbly board book by Maisy creator Lucy Cousins, the award-winning creator of Hooray for Fish!

    Hello! I am Little Fish,
    swimming in the sea.
    Today I’m learning opposites.
    Come along with me!

    Join Little Fish and friends on an exciting underwater search for opposites! Baby seahorses are young, but Turtle is very old. Look at how shelly fish hide in their shells, but come out when Little Fish calls. Ele-fish may be slow, but Fly Fish whizzes fast! Readers both big and small will enjoy this delightful board book from Lucy Cousins with its playful rhyming text and bold illustrations—a fresh, effervescent introduction to learning opposite words, with adorable Little Fish as a guide.
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  6. Pete the Cat Screams for Ice Cream!
    by James Dean
    HarperCollins
    Jun 04, 2024
    Hardback

    Description

    I scream! You scream! Pete screams for ice cream!

    The Just Chillin’ ice cream truck is coming today and Pete the Cat can't wait. He runs as fast as he can to find the truck. It's getting late, but his friends need his help.

    Will Pete take a little time out of his day to help his friends?

    Follow Pete the Cat as he learns that it's always cool to be kind.

    From the authors of the #1 New York Times bestselling Pete the Cat series, James and Kimberly Dean, this picture book is reminiscent of Pete favorites like Magic Sunglasses and perfect for fans of Grumpy Monkey by Suzanne Lang.

    Don't miss Pete's other adventures, including Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes, Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes, Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons, Pete the Cat Saves Christmas, Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses, Pete the Cat and the Bedtime Blues, Pete the Cat and the New Guy, Pete the Cat and the Cool Cat Boogie, Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes, Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party, Pete the Cat: Crayons Rock!, Pete the Cat’s Groovy Imagination, and Pete the Cat Plays Hide-and-Seek.

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  7. 10 Little Construction Trucks
    by Annie Bailey
    Doubleday Books for Young Readers
    Jun 18, 2024
    JUVENILE NONFICTION / Transportation / Cars & Trucks
    Board book

    Description

    Fans of cars and trucks can count down from ten to one as they follow ten construction vehicles on a busy workday. This sturdy board book is perfect for the youngest readers!

    Ten little construction trucks excited for the day.
    They can’t wait to get to work, but something’s in their way!

    On each page of this exciting board book, young readers can count down construction vehicles from ten to one. Along the way, they'll learn about different machines on a construction site, such as bulldozers, rollers, forklifts, and concrete mixers. With action on every page, this is the perfect book to read aloud with your little vehicle fan.

    Also available:
    10 Little Tractors
    10 Little Excavators
    10 Little Race Cars
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  8. Kids Book of Black History in Canada, The
    by Rosemary Sadlier Canada
    Kids Can Press
    Jun 04, 2024
    JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / Canada / General
    Hardback

    Description

    An important and comprehensive exploration of 400 years of Black history in Canada. This narrative journey through Black history in Canada begins with the arrival in 1604 of Mathieu Da Costa, the first known African in the country, and continues through the Black Lives Matter movement and the ongoing fight for social justice. A one-of-a-kind book, it contains inspiring and thought-provoking stories of the people involved in Canada's legacy of slavery, the Black Loyalist and Exoduster movements, the Underground Railroad and the fight for civil rights. Separate from the chronological history, the book also examines key issues that have affected the lives of Black Canadians, including slavery, racism and prejudice, and representation. The definitive children's guide to Black history in Canada, this book is an essential update to the bestselling and award-winning The Kids Book of Black Canadian History, which was first published in 2003. With informative and engaging text, author Rosemary Sadlier honors the proud history of Black Canadians on every page. Sidebars with interesting facts, quotations and profiles of historical figures appear throughout the book, making this a perfect fit for social studies lessons on Canadian heritage and history. The back matter includes six pages of profiles of important Black figures in the arts, sciences, sports, politics and more, as well as a glossary of key terms and an index. Redesigned for a new generation of readers featuring Arden Taylor's contemporary style using blocks of color and vivid illustrations, this book is a must-have resource for every classroom and library across the country.
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  9. The Very Hungry Caterpillar's Nature Walk
    by Eric Carle
    World of Eric Carle
    Jun 04, 2024
    JUVENILE FICTION / Concepts / Counting & Numbers
    Board book

    Description

    A simple search-and-find in the great outdoors with The Very Hungry Caterpillar!

    In this engaging search-and-find board book, young readers will be challenged to find various animals on a nature walk with The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Count the creatures hidden on each spread and discover all there is to see in nature. Lace up those hiking boots, grab some binoculars, and get ready for an adventure!
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  10. Changes for Riley (Disney/Pixar Inside Out 2)
    by RH Disney
    RH/Disney
    May 28, 2024
    JUVENILE FICTION / Media Tie-In
    Hardback

    Description

    This Step 2 Step into Reading leveled reader is based on the Disney and Pixar film Inside Out 2—in theaters summer 2024!

    Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out 2 is an all-new adventure inside the mind of now-teenager Riley, who is definitely feeling all kinds of new Emotions. Amy Poehler returns as the voice of Joy. Directed by Kelsey Mann and produced by Mark Nielsen, Inside Out 2 is set for release in Summer 2024. Children ages 4 to 6 will love this Step 2 Step into Reading leveled reader based on the animated feature film.

    Step 2 readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. They are for children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
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