The libraries will be closed for Lincoln's birthday on Friday, February 12, 2016 and for President's Day on Monday, February 15, 2016.
The presidential candidate’s life story is told in picture books aimed at young children and searching biographies meant for tweens and teenagers.
In two charming new picture books, the abominable snowman has been entirely defanged.
Reissued books include “Will Spring Be Early? Or Will Spring Be Late?” and “Arthur.”
Four picture books about making pals, solving disagreements and being O.K. with others’ quirks (and your own).
A middle-grade novel recounts a Japanese-American family’s life in a World War II detention camp.
The heroes of the first book of Bracken’s new series come from families that can leap through time and space.
Two stylish new alphabet books deliver enchantment along with the ABCs.
New board books include “Good Night!” and “Who Done It?”
Two new picture books take seriously their little protagonists’ flights of creativity.
Two books explore what happens when twins begin to grow up and, for better or worse, move apart.
An orphan tries to find a mysterious all-powerful device before his evil aunt does.
New picture books include “Mother Bruce” and “Mixed Me!”
The furry stars of four new books include a Hamptons diva, a sleepwalker and a shoe hound.
Two narrators — one black, one white — tell their stories in a novel about police brutality and race relations.
A picture book offers a look at a home-schooling family’s day.
In a graphic memoir for YA readers, a childhood and adolescence in Turkey is made both harrowing and funny.
New picture books include “When Santa Was a Baby” and “Miracle on 133rd Street.”
In new picture books, children and robots join forces.
A picture book in the tradition of “The Little Prince” delivers minimalist philosophical lessons on power.
A picture book presents a new perspective on the adventure-filled tale behind the first Thanksgiving.