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The View From Tuesday – New Titles Available in July

July 9, 2013

Another month, another great lineup of new books! Below are just a few of the new RH titles that will be available in your favorite bookstore or library in July. Happy Reading!

Board Books and Picture Books

Rocket’s Mighty Words by Tad Hills

Rocket's Mighty Words

Our favorite reading dog Rocket who you know from How Rocket Learned to Read and Rocket Writes a Story is back, and starring in his first board book! In this book the little yellow bird teaches Rocket and young readers simple words, and before you know it everyone is learning new words and developing their early reading skills. What better way to learn than with a furry friend! A large size board book perfect for story time.

 

Richard Scarry’s Best Little Board Book Ever

Richard Scarry’s Mr. Paint Pig’s ABCs

RS Best Little Board Book Ever           RS Mr Paint Pig ABCs

Two classic Richard Scarry books are back in print, and just in time for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of his most recognized book Cars and Trucks and Things that Go in 2014! The Best Little Board Book Ever is two classic board books, THE COLOR BOOK and EARLY WORDS, available for the first time together in one volume, and in Mr. Paint Pig’s ABCs learning your ABCs is a bonus along with all of the oversized flaps and silly doings as Mr. Paint Pig paints everything in sight.

 

 The Apple Orchard Riddle by Margaret McNamara, illustrated by G. Brian Karas

Apple Orchard Riddle

Learning has never been as much fun as it is for the kids in Mr. Tiffin’s class–in How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin the did a classroom experiment and learned about skip counting and estimation and most of all had fun with science and math. In this brand new story the class goes on a field trip to an apple orchard where they learn just about everything a kid needs to know about apples and harvesting them. G. Brian Karas illustrations bring this story to life, it’s perfect for family reading or for the classroom.

 

Dog-Gone School by Amy Schmidt, photographs by Ron Schmidt

Dog-Gone School

School-themed poems, illustrated with adorable and sometimes hilarious photographs of dogs is the perfect fun poetry book for dog lovers, poetry lovers, teachers and well everyone (even the cat people)! Dogs in the bus, the classroom and at play, and it could be a great back to school gift too. Ron and Amy Schmidt are also the genius behind the companion title Loose Leashes.

 

Chapter Books, Middle Grade and YA

Magic Tree House #50: Hurry Up, Houdini! by Mary Pope Osborne

Hurry Up Houdini

It’s no illusion, this is a momentous occasion,  Volume 50 in the Magic Tree House series has arrived!  In this adventure Jack and Annie meet the legendary Harry Houdini and learn a few new tricks of their own. Don’t miss out on the special non-fiction companion  Magic Tricks from the Magic Tree House!

 

Who Needs Magic? by Kathy McCullough

Who Needs Magic

The sequel to Don’t Expect Magic, and now Delaney is indeed a Fairy Godmother, and it’s time to try out the magic! But first she needs to find someone who needs a little magical assistance. She finds Jeni, but Jeni doesn’t want her help, what’s a Fairy Godmother to do, doesn’t everyone want a magical intervention? Apparently not. And did you know that Fairy Godmother’s can be a little competitive? Add a little romance and you just might, eventually, get a happy ending!

 

 Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay

Of Beast and Beauty

I am a big fan of Stacey Jay’s Juliet Immortal and Romeo Redeemed, wildly clever and entertaining re-imagining of Romeo and Juliet, so I was thrilled when her equally clever re-imagined Beauty and the Beast came my way. A domed city, a blind princess, a mutant boy fighting to save his people. Fate brings these two together, but can love give them the strength to fight against the dark secrets from the past?

 

Still Star-Crossed by Melinda Taub

Still Star-Crossed

Romeo and Juliet are gone, but the war between the Montagues and the Capulets continues. It is concluded that the only way to stop the aggression is to literally marry the two families together. Easier said than done. It appears there may be a loveless marriage being planned between Romeo’s best friend Benvolio and Romeo’s first love (who rejected him) Rosaline. Will these two survivors be able to put the past behind and bring the city together? Perhaps love will win out in the end after all.

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  1. March 14, 2014 10:28 pm

    Hello, this weekend is pleasant in support of me, since this moment i am
    reading this fantastic educational paragraph here at my
    house.

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