March Kids Picks

Get your week started right with some of our favorite Kids books!

Picture Books

Bunnies!!! Bunnies!!!
by Kevan Atteberry


A monster searches everywhere to find the things he loves: bunnies!!!

Just a Duck Just a duck?
by Carin Bramsen


Duck and Cat discover that being yourself makes for being the best of friends!

Full Speed Ahead Full Speed Ahead: How Fast Things Go
by Cruschiform


Did you know that a tornado travels faster than a race car? Or that a human and spider travel at the same speed? Full Speed Ahead! is the first picture book to directly compare the speeds of animals, modes of transport, and forces of nature in a clear and visually striking album format. Objects are grouped from slowest to fastest, with objects of the same speed on one spread, creating fascinating “match” races. And with a sleek, graphic design and vibrant spot-color printing, Full Speed Ahead! is as gorgeous to look at as it is informative to read. On your mark, get set, go!

Penguin on Vacation Penguin on Vacation
by Salina Yoon


Penguin vacations at the beach after growing tired of the cold. But when the beach isn’t at all what Penguin expected a new friend helps him learn how to play. Cute illustrations accompany the humorous story.

Juvenile Books

Waiting for Normal Waiting for Normal
by Leslie Connor


Addie is waiting for normal. But Addie’s mom has an all-or-nothing approach to life: a food fiesta or an empty pantry, jubilation or gloom, her way or no way. All or nothing never adds up to normal. All or nothing can’t bring you all to home, which is exactly where Addie longs to be, with her half sisters, every day. In spite of life’s twists and turns, Addie remains optimistic. Someday, maybe, she’ll find normal.

Free Baseball Free Baseball
by Sue Corbett


Felix knows his dad was a famous baseball player in Cuba—and that his father risked everything to send Felix to America. But his mom won’t reveal anything else. When a team with Cuban players comes into town, Felix wonders if they knew his dad, and sneaks into their locker room to ask. That’s when the players mistake him for their new batboy.

A Snicker of Magic A Snicker of Magic
by Natalie Lloyd


Midnight Gulch used to be a magical place, a town where people could sing up thunderstorms and dance up sunflowers. But that was long ago, before a curse drove the magic away. Twelve-year-old Felicity knows all about things like that; her nomadic mother is cursed with a wandering heart.

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