Here’s a look at new children’s books at the McPherson Public Library:

Children’s Picture Books

“Old MacDonald’s Things That Go,” by Jane Clark

“Jabari Jumps,” by Gaia Cornwall

“Mr. Postmouse Takes a Trip,” by Marianne Dubuc

“Bear Likes Jam,” by Ciara Gavin

“Over the Ocean,” by Tar Gomi

“I Don’t Draw, I Color!” by Adam Lehrhaupt

“Bob and Joss Get Lost!” by Peter McCleery

“ABC Pasta: An Entertaining Alphabet,” by Juana Medina

“Bird, Balloon, Bear,” by Il Sung Na

“Muddle & Mo,” by Nikki Slade-Robinson

Children’s Fiction

“A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting,” by Joe Ballarini

“The Lost Years,” by Elizabeth Rudnick

“Garvey’s Choice,” by Nikki Grimes

“Full of Beans,” by Jennifer Holm

“Macarons at Midnight,” by Suzanne Nelson

“Robot Revolution,” by James Patterson

“Eleven and Holding,” by Mary Penney

“Big Wish,” by Brandon Robshaw

“Going, Going, Gone,” by Nicholas Time

“The Seventh Element,” by Wendy Mass

Children’s Non-Fiction

“The Secret Project,” by Jonah Winter

“Space in 30 Seconds,” by Clive Gifford

“Exploring Comets, Asteroids, and Other Objects in Space,” by Nancy Dickmann

“Discover Penguins,” by Helen Foster James

“Beluga Whales,” by Tammy Kennington

“Lighter Than Air: Sophie Blanchard, the First Woman Pilot,” by Matthew Clark Smith

“The Story of the Race to the Moon,” by Jen Green

“The Far Side of the Moon: the Story of Apollo 11’s Third Man,” by Alexander Irvine

“Strong Inside: the True Story of How Perry Wallace Broke College Basketball’s Color Line,” by Andrew Maraniss

“The Banana-Leaf Ball: How Play Can Change the World,” by Katie Smith Milway

Young Adult

“The Killing Jar,” by Jennifer Bosworth

“Hour of the Bees,” by Lindsay Eagar

“House Arrest,” by K.A. Holt

“This is the Story of You,” by Beth Kephart

“When the Moon was Ours,” by Ann-Marie McLemore

“Ramona Blue,” by Julie Murphy

“Nemesis,” by Brendan Reichs

“If I Was Your Girl,” by Meredith Russo

“Scythe,” by Neal Shusterman

“The Art of Being Normal,” by Lisa Williamson