Syracuse Public Library is constantly adding new stories to the shelves! Here are just a few new ones that will spot now through December. Be sure to check some of them out!
We've had a lot of new books come in for children and their grown-ups to enjoy this past July! Swing by and browse away. No matter your interests, there will be something for you!
New books are constantly arriving at the Syracuse Public Library, and there were some really good options for children of all reading levels in the last couple of deliveries! Browse below for a pretty comprehensive list of new titles in January and February. Then we highly recommend checking out a handful!
As part of the Syracuse Public Library's mission of lifelong learning, the children's department recently added several new nonfiction sets to its collection.
Megan, SPL children's librarian, has been eager to expand the nonfiction section in the children's department to provide children with more updated books on various subjects. Nonfiction is fun like that -- it's constantly changing as humanity's knowledge expands.
These sets from ABDO will fulfill that goal! From sports to other cultures to science, there is something here for every child's interests.
Newly Available Nonfiction Sets
Winter is the perfect time to pick up several new books to read together with your children. Check out some of these new arrivals at Syracuse Public Library.
There are so many great new children's books to explore at the Syracuse Public Library! Here are the bulk of the new titles, which include picture books, chapter books, graphic novels, nonfiction books, and books targeted to early readers. What will you reading in the month of October?
We've had a lot of new books in this summer. Here are some of the latest ones in the children's department.
There is always something new at the Syracuse Public Library! Below are the new titles available in the children's department.
We've had a massive influx of new children's books at the Syracuse Public Library. Below is just a small selection of the titles now available, with more waiting to be cataloged. Be sure to check them out during your next visit.
November is Picture Book Month! This international literacy initiative celebrates print picture books, which often serve as the building blocks for creating lifelong readers.
Syracuse Public Library staff members have selected a few picture books that they would like to share with our young patrons and their families because the best part about picture books is sharing them.
Without further ado, here are our picks:
Megan's Pick: My Teacher Is a Monster (No, I'm Not) by Peter Brown
Megan loves this book because it always makes kids laugh!
Rebekah's Pick: Chopsticks by Amy Krouse Rosenthal
Rebekah likes this book because of the way the story is told and because of how funny it is! It hits her funny bone!
Emilia's Pick: Humpty Dumpty Lived Near a Wall by Derek Hughes
Emilia likes this book because it is a darker retelling of a classic fairytale!
Scarlett's Pick: The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak
Scarlett loves when I (mom Megan) read this book because I say silly words!
Rhonda's Pick: Thanks for Nothing by Ryan T. Higgins
My granddaughter, Lyl, likes it when grandma makes grumpy voices!
Katie's Pick: Big Red Barn by Margaret Wise Brown
My son, Dakota, loves that I can read it by heart and that I do the animal voices.
Note: Megan has put together a display of all our staff picks so they can be easily found!
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