New books for the kids to check out at the McPherson Library.

Young adult
“Ruby Redford: Take your Last Breath,” by Lauren Child
“The Ballad of Jessie Pearl,” by Shannon Hitchcock
“Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong,” by Prudence Shen
“One Came Home,” by Amy Timberlake
“A Matter of Days,” by Amber Kizer
“The Rise of Nine,” by Pittacus Lore
“The Book of Broken Hearts,” by Sarah Ockler
“Siege and Storm,” by Leigh Bardugo
“Curses! Foiled Again,” by Jane Yolen
“Counting by 7’s,” by Holly Sloan
Children's fiction
“Danny’s Doodles: The Jelly Bean Experiment,” by David Adler
“The Boy on the Porch,” by Sharon Creech
“The Magician’s Bird: A Tuckermuck Mystery,” by Emily Fairlie
“Hunter Moran Hangs Out,” by Patricia Reilly Giff
“Her Permanent Record,” by Jimmy Gownley
“Melonhead and the We-Fix-It Company,” by Katy Kelly
“The Dragon at the North Pole,” by Kate Klimo
“Anna Was Here,” by Jane Kurtz
“The Last Ride of Caleb O’Toole,” by Eric Pierpoint
“The Big Hairy Secret,” by Thomas Troupe

Children's non-fiction
“Brave Girl: Clara and the Shirtwaist Maker’s Strike of 1909,” by Michelle Markel
“Pedal It: How Bicycles Are Changing the World,” by Michelle Mulder
“Science Experiments with Food,” by Alex Kuskowski
“Treehouses and Other Cool Stuff: 50 Projects You Can Build,” by David Stiles
“Women Explorers: Perils, Pistols, and Petticoats,” by Julie Cummins
“The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos,” by Deborah Heiligman
“Daredevil: The Daring Life of Betty Skelton,” by Meghan McCarthy
“Courage Has No Color: The True Story of the Triple Nickles: America’s First Black Paratroopers,” by Tanya Lee Stone
“Henry and the Cannons: An Extraordinary True Story of the American Revolution,” by Don Brown