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Sinclairville Free Library To Debut New Books Today

SINCLAIRVILLE — The Sinclairville Free Library has added 71 new hardcover children’s picture books and juvenile fiction and nonfiction books from a Children’s Book Project Grant from The Pilcrow Foundation.

An additional 24 new juvenile math and science books were donated by Hal Berenson and Laura Ackerman of Colorado in conjunction with the Pilcrow Foundation grant. The grant, which is given on a two-to-one matching basis, supplies small rural libraries with new hardcover children’s books. The library’s contribution of $400 was raised by a Read-a-thon in January. The Pilcrow Foundation’s two-to-one matching grant enabled the library to select $1,200 worth of books from the foundation’s booklist.

The library will debut the new books from 2-7 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday. Refreshments will be provided by the library’s Board of Trustees.

The Pilcrow Foundation offers grants to small rural libraries in the country that would not otherwise be able to acquire these books because of limited budgets. The foundation relies heavily on individual donations. All contributions to the Pilcrow Foundation are tax-deductible. For information on donating to the foundation, write to The Pilcrow Foundation, 343 E. Washington Avenue, Cottage Grove, Oregon 97424.

Library officials also thanked those who made donations in support of the Read-a-thon, the Pilcrow Foundation, Hal Berenson and Laura Ackerman for making it possible to add the new books.

Additions include:

EASY BOOKS

Lion Lessons, Agee, Jon; The Skunk, Barnett, Mac; Rufus the Writer, Bram, Elizabeth; The Nonsense Show, Carle, Eric; Janine, Cocca-Leffler, Maryann; 8: An Animal Alphabet, Cooper, Elisha; The Day the Crayons Came Home, Daywalt, Drew; The Scraps Books, Ehlert, Lois; Take Away the A, Escoffier, Michael; Buddy and Earl, Fergus, Maureen; Buddy and Earl go Exploring, Fergus, Maureen; By Mouse & Frog, Freedman, Deborah; Bear is Not Tired, Gavin, Clara; Room for Bear, Gavin, Ciara; Frog on a Log, Gray, Kes; Frankcrayon, Hall, Michael; Red: A Crayon’s Story, Hall, Michael; Waiting, Henkes, Kevin; A Crow of his Own, Lambert, Megan; An Extraordinary Egg, Lionni, Leo; Finding Winnie, Mattick, Lindsay; My Dog’s a Chicken, Montanari, Susan; The Not So Quiet Library, Ohora, Zachariah; Mr. Putter and Tabby Turn the Page, Rylant, Cynthia; The Adventures of Beekle, Santat, Dan; Around the World, Shuttlewood, Craig; A Giraffe and a Half, Silverstein, Shel; There is a Tribe of Kids, Smith, Lane; Duck’s Vacation, Soffer, Gilad; Won Ton and Chopstick, Wardlaw, Lee; Won Ton: A Cat Tale Told in Haiku, Wardlaw, Lee; the Full Moon at the Napping House, Wood, Audrey.

JUVENILE FICTION

Crenshaw, Applegate, Katherine; The Terrible Two, Barnett, Mac; The Terrible Two Get Worse, Barnett, Mac; The Astounding Broccoli Boy, Boyce, Frank; The War that Saved My Life, Bradley, Kimberly; Bailey’s Story, Cameron, W; Ellie’s Story, Cameron, W; The Year of the Book, Cheng, Andrea; Confessions of an Imaginary Friend, Cuevas, Michelle; Francine Poulet Meets the Ghost Raccoon, DiCamillo, Kate; Leroy Ninker Saddles Up, DiCamillo, Kate; Where Are You Going Baby Lincoln, DiCamillo, Kate; Free Verse, Dooley, Sarah; Fork-Tongue Charmers, Durham, Paul; Rise of the Ragged Clover, Durham, Paul; The Luck Uglies, Durham, Paul; Princess Pistachio, Gay, Marie-Louise; Princess Pistachio and the Pest, Gay, Marie-Louise; Mr. Lemoncello’s Library Olympics, Grabenstein, Chris; Paper Things, Jacobson, Jennifer; Switch, Law, Ingrid; Nook’s & Crannies, Lawson, Jessica; Written & Drawn by Henrietta, Liniers; Breaking the Ice, Nall, Gail; A Dragon’s Guide…Human Smarter, Yep, Lawrence; A Dragon’s guide…Feeding Humans, Yep, Laurence.

JUVENILE NONFICTION

Solving the Puzzle Under the Sea, Burleigh, Robert; A Passion for Elephants, Buzzeo, Toni; Mad about Monkeys, Davey, Owen; Wild at Heart, Farley, Terri; Among a Thousand Fireflies, Frost, Helen; Somewhere There is Still a Sun, Gruenbaun, Michael; How to Swallow a Pig, Jenkins, Steven; The Original Cowgirl, Lang, Heather; Galloping Through History, MacLeod, Elizabeth; Abracadabra, Newquist, H.P.; Ten Days a Madwoman, Noyes, Deborah; Our Moon, Scott, Elaine.

MATH AND SCIENCE COLLECTION DONATED BY MR. HAL BERENSON AND MRS. LAURA ACKERMAN:

Simple Machines, Adler, David; A Nest is Noisy, Aston, Dianna; Max’s Math, Banks, Kate; Gravity, Chin, Jason; Bee Dance, Chrustowski, Rick; Fire Birds, Collard, Sneed; When Butterflies Cross the Sky, Cooper, Sharon; Jane Foster’s 12 3, Foster, Jane; The Most Amazing Creature in the Sea, Guiberson, Brenda; Guide to Dinosaurs, Harvest House; Egg: Nature’s Perfect Package, Jenkins, Steven; National Parks: A Wildlife Primer, Meyers, Hailey; The Octopus Scientists, Montgomery, Sy; Call of the Osprey, Patent, Dorothy; Owls! Strange and Wonderful, Pringle, Laurence; Mesmerized, Rockliff, Mara; High Tide for Horseshoe Crabs, Schnell, Lisa; Wandering Whale Sharks, Shingu, Susumu; Untamed: The Wild Life of Jane Goodall, Silvey, Anita; Frogs, Simon, Seymour; Small Wonders:Jean-Henri Fabre and His World, Smith, Matthew; Feathers: Not Just for Flying, Stewart, Melissa; Deep Roots: How Trees Sustain Our Planet, Tate, Nikki; When the Earth Shakes, Winchester, Simon.

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