Toddlers to teenagers can find new books to read at the Hamburg Public Library.
New for little hands is a fun board book about opposites “Yummy YUCKY” by Leslie Patricelli. Be prepared for giggles.
Eric Carle’s familiar characters appear in “Calm with the Very Hungry Caterpillar” as he guides young readers to peace and quiet.  
 The Narwhal and Jelly books are a new addition to the Hamburg Public Library collection.  
Ben Clanton first introduces his characters in “Narwhal:  Unicorn of the Sea.”  Look for “Super Narwhat and Jelly Jolt,” “Peanut Butter and Jelly,” and “Narwhal’s Otter Friend” among the easy books.
More picture books to share are “Swarm of Bees” by Lemony Snicket, a book about being angry and why it feels better to stop, and “Motor Mouse” by Cynthia Rylant, a fun tale of a mouse on the move.
For children ready to read on their own, “The Berenstain Bears Get the Job Done” has the Bear family working together on a fun and rewarding project.
Junior readers are invited to meet two famous individuals through the DK Life Stories series written by Stephen Krensky.  
Learn more about Anne Frank, a young girl caught up in a terrible war, and Nelson Mandela, who saved his country and set an example for the world.
From the author of My Weird School! books, comes “My Weird Reading Tips.”  
Gutman provides a fun book of activities and tips to improve reading comprehension skills for elementary students.  
Also in the JF area is “Dream within a Dream,” a summer story by Patricia MacLachlan.  One family and two centuries tangled in time is the theme of “The Portal,” a new release by Kathryn Lasky.
“The Unteachables” is a humorous tale of a class of misfits and a burnt-out teacher who finds a new love for teaching through them.  
Another JF addition is “The Keeper of the Keys.”  It is Book 3 in Kathryn Lasky’s Bears of the Ice series.
In “Sweeping up the Heart,”  Kevin Henkes captures the story of two 12-year-olds frustrated by their parents.  
An author who is known by only one name, Avi, offers an action-packed tale of friendship, danger, and adventure on a tobacco farm in “The End of the World and Beyond.”   
The library’s Magic Tree House collection expands with six books from Mary Pope Osborne’s popular series.  
Look for “Hurricane Heroes in Texas,” “Warriors in Winter,” and “To the Future, Ben Franklin.”  Also new are their nonfiction companions, “Texas,” “Warriors,” and “Benjamin Franklin.”
With young adult readers in mind, the library has acquired “The City of Ember” prequel and two other books in the series by DuPrau—“The Prophet of Yonwood,” “The People of Sparks,” and “The Diamond of Darkhold.”
We would be happy to help your children locate these books.