Book Buzz

Our Book Buzz Blog features the latest picks for kids selected by library staff and volunteers.
10/16/2009 - 12:19pm

Let your own imagination run wild with these books from our newest booklist.

10/15/2009 - 4:44pm

Get the creepy crawlies with R. L. Stine. He's a master of conjuring things that go bump in the dark. Imagine you've just moved to the town of Dark Falls where you don't know anybody.

10/06/2009 - 1:34pm

Pinky Dinky Doo is full of spunk and has lots of adventures in her own beginning reading series. The books have vibrant artwork and zany text that especially appeals to the pre-reader and beginning reading set. Pinky also has her own show on Noggin.

To get a taste of what Pinky is all about, go to her awesome Web site. There you can play Pinky games, watch more than a dozen videos, and even listen to her audio podcast.

09/28/2009 - 5:50pm

Will is small for his age and can climb a tree quicker and higher than any of his Ward mates. He hopes to be accepted into Battleschool on Choosing Day so he can become a hero like his father, whom Will never knew. Will is an orphan, left on the steps of Castle Redmont's ward, and Choosing Day is the opportunity each ward has to be apprenticed to a master craftsman. 

09/23/2009 - 2:02pm

SkippyJon Jones is a small Siamese cat with a BIG imagination. He loves to pretend that he is El Skippito, a sword-wheeling chihuahua always up for an adventure. But ay caramba! He drives Mama Junebug crazy with his escapades. Little does she know that during each time-out in his room, SkippyJon goes into his magic closet and travels somewhere else, like ancient Egypt and the land of dinosaurs.

To see SkippyJon in action, click here to go to his cool Web site. There you can watch videos, download coloring sheets, and play games.

09/21/2009 - 8:45am

The little girl who stars in "Pinkalicious" loves the color pink. One day she and her mother make pink cupcakes and she eats soooo many that she turns pink! A certain 5 year-old in our household thought that was the coolest thing and started eyeing her own food as something more than to just put in her stomach.