Are you and the kids looking for something to read this February? Take a look at these new titles hitting the stands in the next month!
Hooray for Birds! by Lucy Cousins (2+): In this fun, rhyme-filled offering by the creator of Maisy, children will be eager to join in as honorary fledglings, whether at story time or just before settling into their cozy nests to sleep.
The Everywhere Bear by Julia Donaldson and Rebecca Cobb (2-4): What happens when the Everywhere Bear falls from a backpack and gets washed out to sea? Read this picture book with your little ones to find out if he’ll make it back to Class One!
There’s Broccoli in my Ice Cream! by Emily MacKenzie (Up to 5): Granville the Dalmatian loves his ice cream – and not his greens! A delightfully funny story, will Granville get his way and eat sweets and not veggies?
A Girl Called Owl by Amy Wilson (7+): A debut from new British author, A Girl Called Owl blends fantasy and family in this exploration of responsibility and the natural world. When Owl starts seeing strange frost patterns on her skin, what will this magical girl do?
Marge and the Pirate Baby (Marge #2) by Isla Fisher (7-9): The second book from actress and author of Marge in Charge, Isla Fisher takes us on another adventure around the neighbourhood with Marge. What will happen and will the cheeky girl behave?
Alice-Miranda Holds the Key (Alice-Miranda #15) by Jacqueline Harvey (7-9): Home from the holidays early, Alice-Miranda is ready to relax when a mysterious illness hits the town and affects the family business. Can this wonder girl solve the mystery? Find out in the fifteenth book in the Alice-Miranda series!
The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles (14+): An exciting debut from Jeff Giles! James Dashner (author of The Maze Runner series) says that “every human alive should read this book.” This epic start to a new series looks at perfect love and colliding worlds – and we can’t wait to see where it goes next!
Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth (13+): A new novel from the author of the Divergent series, Carve the Mark takes place on a planet where everyone develops their own unique power meant to shape the future. But sometimes these powers can be double-edged swords…
The Cruelty by Scott Bergstrom (16+): A thrilling debut and a groundbreaking new YA voice. When Gwen’s father is kidnapped, to what lengths will she go to get him back?
Dawn Study (Study Series #6) by Maria V. Snyder (13+): The book that brings the Chronicles of Ixia and Study series to a close, with magic, war, and love. Read on to find out how the story ends!
King’s Cage (Red Queen #3) by Victoria Aveyard (11-17): An exciting new novel in the Red Queen series, Victoria Aveyard weaves a magical and thrilling tale from where she left off… read on to find out what will happen to Mare and Maven in the depths of the castle.