Kids' Fiction

Kids' Fiction

You can find a great list of new kids' fiction on the library's New, Best & Fun page. And you'll find the New, Best & Fun page tabbed on the catalog.
The Kids' Fiction list is full of fun, with adventures, mysteries and funny books for the young reader. "Time And The Tapestry: A William Morris adventure" written by John Plotz and illustrated by Phyllis Saroff includes time traveling children and retro typography based on Morris's own arts & crafts style. "The Battle Of Darcy Lane" by Tara Altebrando eschews the supernatural for the normal mystery of a 12-year-old girl leaving childhood behind and uncertain of what comes next. Young readers will find a new Geronimo Stilton as well as other additions to established series. Older readers my enjoy something like "Painting The Rainbow" by Amy Gordon, with layers of history and meaning that include the experience of Japanese Americans during WWII.
You'll find plenty of titles on the list for various reading levels and interests. Take a look. Place your holds. Check it out!