Continuing to Expand Youth and Young Adult Collections

Posted on March 5, 2009. Filed under: library | Tags: |

We are working hard to maintain current and relevant collections in all areas of the youth services floor. Audio books have been integrated into our Juvenile and Young Adult Fiction areas, so now all audio books are shelved alongside print books of the same author.
Kentucky Unbound– downloadable audio books in mp3 format will be available for download at a new kiosk between Juvenile and Young Adult Fiction soon.

All new graphic novels are now being catalogued in the Juvenile Non Fiction area.
Newly arrived Early books in-clued: Thomas and the Jet Engine illustrated by Richard Courtney, Disney’s Princess Treasury, Kids Dish series by Nick Fauchald, Here, Kitty, Kitty! (¡Ven, Gatita, Ven!) by Pat Mora, and Chester’s Back! by Mélanie Watt .

New selection in Juvenile Fiction include: Nikki & Deja: Birthday Blues by Karen English, Love Among the Walnuts, or How I Saved My Family from Being Poisoned by Jean Ferris, The Wolves in the Walls by Neill Gaiman, and Heroes Don’t Run by Harry Mazer.

The Christy Miler Collection, Volume 1 by Robin Jones Gunn, Gamer Girl by Mari Mancusi, Morning in a Different Place by Mary Ann McGuigan, The Door of No Return by Sarah Mussi, and Oh My Goth! by Gena Showalter have all been recently acquired for our Young Adult Fiction collection.

New Juvenile Nonfiction books include: Cosmogirl! Make it Yourself: 50 Fun and Funky Projects by the Editors of Cosmogirl, Ain’t Nothing But a Man: My Quest to Find the Real John Henry by Scott Reynolds Nelson with Marc Aronson, and Kekkaishi Volumes 1-13 stories and art by Yellow Tanabe.

Got Questions?

Contact us at the library’s Youth Service Department. (270)442-2510 ext.22


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