May Best Sellers - Children's Books

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10. Juliet Nearly A Vet: At the Show by Rebecca Johnson

Meet Juliet. She’s funny. She’s ten years old. And she’s nearly a vet…Juliet and Chelsea have offered to help Maisy enter her pony in the local show. But training Midgie is proving to be a little more difficult than expected: He is very naughty and very greedy and Juliet is going to need every vet trick in the book. Will the Show be a total disaster…? - Early Reader

9. Vet Cadets: Pudding in Peril by Rebecca Johnson

Abbey, Hannah, and Talika are new recruits at Willowvale boarding school's special Vet Cadets program. This term, it's all about cattle. Abbey is determined to prove herself in a cattle-cutting competition against a nearby boy's boarding school. But when Talika's pony, Pudding, falls dangerously ill, the friends need all their investigation skills and determination if they're to save his life. - Middle Reader

8. Possum Magic by Mem Fox

For 30 years, Possum Magic has captivated and enchanted children and adults alike. Mem Fox's lovable characters, little Hush and Grandma Pass, together with Julie Vivas' exquisite illustrations, weave a story of pure magic. - Picture Book

7. Under the Love Umbrella by Davina Bell

"Whatever you fear, come close my dear. You're tucked in safe for always here. And I will never not be near because of our love umbrella." From this award winning creative duo comes a stunning celebration of the joy
and comfort that love can bring - wherever we roam in the big, wild world. - Picture Book

6. Olga and the Smelly Thing From Nowhere by Elise Gravel

Meet Olga, the amazing child scientist who LOVES animals (because they are super-cute)! Olga and the Smelly Thing from Nowhere is jam-packed with fun: vibrant illustrations, word bubbles, quirky humor, olgamus facts, and plenty of excitement for readers who love making discoveries and meeting new friends. Olga is a charming combination of independent, curious, and smart–making her the coolest girl scientist around–perfect for fans of Dork Diaries and Captain Underpants. - Early Reader

5. The Cow Tripped Over the Moon by Tony Wilson

'Hey diddle diddle, you all know the riddle, a cow jumps over the moon...' But the moon is very high in the sky. How many attempts will it take before Cow makes her famous high-flying leap? - Picture Book

4. Juliet Nearly A Vet: Great Pet Plan by Rebecca Johnson

"Hi! I’m Juliet. I’m ten years old. And I’m nearly a vet! My best friend Chelsea and I love animals. I have a dog Curly and two guinea pigs, but we need more pets if I’m going to learn to be a vet. Today, we had the best idea ever…We’re going to have a pet sleepover! Of course, there’s no need to tell our parents about it. I mean, what could possibly go wrong with having a few extra pets to stay?" - Early Reader

3. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls by Elena Favilli

What if the princess didn’t marry Prince Charming but instead went on to be an astronaut? What if the jealous step sisters were supportive and kind? And what if the queen was the one really in charge of the
kingdom? Illustrated by sixty female artists from every corner of the globe, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls introduces us to one hundred remarkable women and their extraordinary lives. - Anthology

2. Vet Cadets: Welcome to Willowvale by Rebecca Johnson

Abbey, Hannah, and Talika are new recruits at Willowvale boarding school's Vet Cadets program. They are excited to learn all about caring for farm animals and the work that country vets do. Riding horses, shearing sheep, and treasure-hunting for parasites are all just part of their normal school day. But when something starts attacking the school's sheep, the three vet cadets must use their scientific skills, animal knowledge, and teamwork to try and catch the culprit before it's too late. - Middle Reader

1. The Boy and the Spy by Felice Arena

Life has never been easy for Antonio, but since the war began there are German soldiers on every corner, fearsome gangsters and the fascist police everywhere, and no one ever has enough to eat. But when Antonio decides to trust a man who has literally fallen from the sky, he leaps into an adventure that will change his life and maybe even the future of Sicilya. - Advanced Reader