Book Buzz

Our Book Buzz Blog features the latest picks for kids selected by library staff and volunteers.
Thu, 07/23/2015 - 12:18pm
Even Monsters Need Haircuts by Matthew McElligott

Even Monsters Need Haircuts shares the previously untold story of monstrous hairstyling techniques. Our narrator, a young boy, takes detailed notes as his barber father works on people's hair. When night falls, the boy sneaks from his bedroom. A vampire bat named Vlad leads him across town to a special barbershop, one that only serves mummies, ghouls, and all other sorts of beasties!

Thu, 10/16/2014 - 8:37am
The Fourteenth Goldfish by Jennifer L. Holm

What if the gawky teenager your mom brought home was actually your 76-year-old grandfather? In The Fourteenth Goldfish, tween-favorite Jennifer L. Holm brings warmth and wit to one of humankind’s favorite scientific quests, the search for eternal youth.

Fri, 07/24/2015 - 4:53pm
The Adventures of Beekle the Unimaginary Friend by Dan Santat

The Adventures of Beekle begins on an island of unclaimed imaginary friends, where each one eagerly waits to be paired up with the right child. When they are finally imagined by lonely boys or girls, they receive not only their best friends but also their names.

Thu, 10/02/2014 - 3:00am
Bone by Bone by Sara Levine with illustrations by T.S. Spookytooth

Imagine if your only bones were a skull, vertebrae, and ribs. What kind of animal would you be? What kind of animal would you be if you didn’t have any bones at all? Find out in Bone by Bone, written by Sara Levine and illustrated by T.S. Spookytooth!

Wed, 07/22/2015 - 5:26pm
The Monster's Monster by Patrick McDonnell

Once there were three little monsters who were oh-so-bad but could not agree on who was the absolute worst! In an attempt to settle the argument once and for all, they start building The Monster's Monster.

Wed, 07/22/2015 - 5:26pm
Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich by Adam Rex

Monsters, they're just like us! Sure, they lurk in darkened corridors, drink blood, and terrify unsuspecting villagers. When it really comes down to it, though, we all want the same things. In Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich, Adam Rex explores every aspect of these monstrous needs...in rhyme!

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