This Is Not My Hat, John Klassen (ages 3 and up)
A tiny fish steals a blue top hat and thinks he?ll get away with it in this follow-up to I Want My Hat Back.
The False Prince, Jennifer Nielsen (ages 9-12)
Four orphan boys must compete for the ”honor” of impersonating a long-lost prince.
Who Could That Be At This Hour?, Lemony Snicket (ages 9-12)
A young Lemony Snicket escapes his chaperones and becomes apprenticed to the V.F.D., the mysterious organization from A Series of Unfortunate Events.
This Moose Belongs To Me, Oliver Jeffers (ages 3-6)
Wilfred thinks he’s found the perfect pet to obey all his rules. The catch? Marcel’s a moose — and he belongs to no one.
Wonder, R.J. Palacio (ages 9-12)
Ten-year-old August attends public school for the first time, where he becomes the center of attention thanks to his severe facial deformities.
Oh No, George!, Chris Haughton (ages 3-6)
George is a regular dog who tries to be good while his owner’s away — but sometimes his temptations get the best of him.
One Times Square, Joe McKendry (ages 10 and up)
McKendry traces 100 years in the history of the iconic intersection, from carriages and coal yards to the 2000 Millenium ball.
A Rock Is Lively, Dianna Hutts Aston (ages 6-10)
With Aston at the helm, the world of rocks is a fun, diverse, and visually stunning place.
Liar & Spy, Rebecca Stead (ages 9-12)
Seventh grader Georges moves to Brooklyn and becomes a spy recruit for his friend Safer, but all is not as it seems.
Red Knit Cap Girl, Naoko Stoop (ages 3-6)
Red Knit Cap Girl lives in an enchanted forest with her animal friends, but her greatest dream is to talk to the moon.