Saturday, December 30, 2006

More 2007 books

More books from people in my listserv, bulletin board, e-mail and real time worlds.

Joy Allen, Baby Signs, Dial Books for Young Readers, (illustrator) Cam Jansen: Summer Mystery writen by David A. Adler, Viking; (illustrator) The House in the Middle of Town, written by Crystal Bowman, Standard Publishing
Laurie Calkhoven, George Washington: An American Life, Sterling; Miles of Smiles: Travel Games and Quizzes to Go, American Girl
Julia Durango
, Angels Watching Over Me, Simon & Schuster; Pest Fest, Simon & Schuster
Heather Vogel Frederick, Spy Mice: Goldwhiskers, Simon & Schuster; The Mother-Daughter Book Club, Simon & Schuster
Jamila Gavin, Walking on My Hands: The Teenage Years (autobiography), Hodder (UK)
Diane Greenseid (illustrator) Waynetta and the Cornstalk, written by Helen Ketteman, Albert Whitman
Jennifer Holm
, Babymouse: Heartbreaker, (with Matthew Holm), Random House; Camp Babymouse, (with Matthew Holm), Random House; Babymouse: Skater Girl, (with Matthew Holm), Random House; Middle School is Worse than Meatloaf, Illustrations by Elicia Castaldi, Ginee Seo Books
Betsy James, Listening at the Gate, (paper), Simon Pulse)
Barbara Newman, Tex and Sugar: A Big City Kitty Ditty, Sterling; Bones and the Birthday Mystery, written by David Adler, Viking
Pooja Makhijani, Mama's Saris, Little Brown
Linda Sue Park, Tap Dancing on the Roof, Clarion (poetry collection); Clicks!, a serial novel written with nine other authors, Scholastic
Sara Pennypacker, Pierre in Love, Orchard Books; The Talented Clementine, Hyperion Books for Children; Clementine's Letter; Hyperion
Dian Curtis Regan
, Cam's Quest: the Continuing Story of Princess Nevermore and the Wizard's Apprentice, Darby Creek Publishing; Princess Nevermore: Updated and Expanded Edition, Darby Creek Publishing
Susan Roth, Babies Can't Eat Kimchee, with Nancy Patz, Bloomsbury
Ruth Sanderson, Mother Goose and Friends, Little, Brown; More Saints, Lives and Illuminations, Eerdmans
Laurie Stolarz
, Project 17, Hyperion
Ellen Wittlinger
, Parrotfish, Simon & Schuster

Enjoy the feast.

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