New Series Books for Young Readers

This spring finds us here at the library with lots of great new chapter books on our shelves.  We’ve chosen a few from popular series to highlight.

Happy reading!

The Princess in Black and the Hungry Bunny Hoarde by Shannon Hale

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The third in the series and most recent since The Princess in Black and the Perfect Princess Party, this title tells the story of Princess Magnolia’s newest adventure – battling cute bunnies that are eating too much grass!

Recommended for: grades K-3, especially girls who may enjoy a princess story with a superhero twist.

The Hindenburg Disaster, 1927 by Lauren Tarshis

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The newest title in the always popular I Survived series of historical fiction based on true events.  This time, a boy named Hugo finds himself and his family scrambling for survival as a passenger on the Hindenburg.  

Recommended for: kids in grades 3-5 who enjoy fast-paced adventure.

Dance! Dance! Underpants! by Bob Shea

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Ballet Cat is back in a dancing adventure featuring big leaps and (what else?) underpants.  Accessible enough for early independent readers, the text also lends itself to being a great read-aloud to share together.

Recommended for: grades K-3 who enjoy a silly story.