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Chrisman Public Library has bought and cataloged 36 new children/young adult books from a memorial donation. They are on display on top of the cases, the children’s table and in the windows. We have enjoyed choosing and reading about these books and hope our younger patrons enjoy them, as well! These are just a few of our favorites:

Can I be Your Dog – by Troy Cummings
Arfy, a dog looking for a home, sends letters to prospective owners on Butternut Street, with surprising results. Readers will be happily surprised to learn just who steps up to adopt him.

Dear Earth … from your friends in Room 5 by Erin Dealey
When the kids in Room 5 write to Earth asking what they can do to help save our planet, they are delighted to get a letter back… from Earth!

Wild Symphony by Dan Brown (author of the DaVinci Code)
Invites children to travel through trees and across seas with Maestro Mouse and his musical friends, who visit with a sequence of animals on spreads that incorporate clues to a coded message. Wonderful little messages for children and even adults.

Easy peasy: Gardening for kids by Kirsten Bradley
An introduction to easy gardening so you can grow everywhere and anywhere. Whether you live in the city or the countryside, there are plenty of places you can plant and grow. For a new generation of green fingers there are different ways to bring nature into the home. Make your own pots, build balcony boxes, create your own bird feeders and even get friendly with worms! Each activity has been carefully chosen to create living, renewable and sustainable environments for kids and their families.
I Like the Farm – Shelley Rotner
All of Baby Nose to Toes – Victoria Adler
Never Let a Unicorn Scribble! – Diane Alber – AR Level 3.6
Pumpkin Soup – Helen Cooper
Disney’s Bouncing Gummies – Disney board-book
My Dad’s a Janitor – Nancy Fenelon
American Quarter Horses are My Favorite! – Elaine Landau
We’re Going on a Leaf Hunt – Steve Metzger
Second Chance at Sunflower Ranch – Carolyn Brown
Piece of My Heart – Mary Higgins Clark
Three Missing Days – Colleen Coble
The Third Grave – Lisa Jackson
Unfinished Business: an Ali Reynolds Mystery- Judith A. Jance
Hidden – Fern Michaels
Forgotten in Death – J.D. Robb
Reader’s Digest – Select Editions – (Deck the Hounds by David Rosenfelt and Things You Save In a Fire by Katherine Center) Volume 226 – November 2021
Unspeakable – Sandra Brown
The Man who could not Shudder – John Dickson Carr
Hardcore Twenty-Four – Janet Evanovich
Missing and Endangered: a Brady Novel of Suspense – Judith A. Jance
Firestorm – Iris Johansen
The Scorpion’s Tail – Douglas J. Preston
Silent Bite – David Rosenfelt
Hope: Living Fearlessly in a Scary World – David Jeremiah
The Last Hour: An Israeli Insider Looks at the End Times – Amir Tsarfati
Glory Days Indiana: Legends of Indiana High School Basketball – Dick Denny
The Final Summit: a Quest to Find the One Principle That Will Save Humanity – Andy Andrews

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