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 Business Hours:

Monday to Thursday  10am to 6pm

Friday                    10am to 5pm

Closed Saturday, Sunday & Holidays

 58 Main Street

Flin Flon, MB, R8A 1J8

Phone # 204-687-3397

Fax #     204-687-4233

 

The Flin Flon Public Library offers Books, Audio Books, Magazines and DVD's for lending

A beautiful, newly designed children’s area, complete with Lego table, and toys for your enjoyment

Children's New Release Books

Posted by admin on January 16, 2018

 New Beginner Books

 

 

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ABOUT

Oliver is finding the big city a lonely and scary place but when he finds a little lost dog he makes his first friend in the city.
The trouble is, he knows that somewhere out there someone is missing the little dog just as much as he is loving having him, So, with a heavy heart, Oliver sets about doing the right thing. A beautifully told story with a lovely, uplifting ending from Claire Freedman, the bestselling creator of the Underpants series.

Praise for The Great Snortle Hunt:
'Kate Hindley is a newcomer in the picture book world but definitely one to watch. Her style is sleek and child-friendly, with plenty of detail throughout.'* Armadillo*
'This charmingly illustrated book is guaranteed to make reading time extra exciting.' Creative Steps
'Will delight young readers. The beautiful illustrations by Kate Hindley are modern and scenic…a real treat for word lovers of all ages.' We Love this Book
'Young readers will love the build-up of excitement... Freedman knows what children like and her words are well-matched by Hindley's spikey images' Books for Keeps

Praise for Claire Freedman's Underpants series:
'Will make kids laugh' The Sun
'This fantastic rhyming story [...] is simply pantastic!' Galaxy British Book Awards 2008
'Daft and absurdly amusing book.' Prima Baby & Pregnancy

 

 


 

New Junior Books

 

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ABOUT

What if you found your own grave—and it wasn’t empty? Discover the dark delights of faeries and fortune-tellers in this gently spooky book from the author of Flights and Chimes and Mysterious Times, sure to appeal to fans of Coraline.

Grave robbing is a messy business.

A bad business. And for Thomas Marsden, on what was previously an unremarkable spring night in London, it becomes a very spooky business. For lying in an unmarked grave and half covered with dirt is a boy the spitting image of Thomas himself. This is only the first clue that something very strange is happening. Others follow, but it is a fortune-teller’s frightened screams that lead Thomas into a strange world of spiritualists, death, and faery folk. Faery folk with whom Thomas’s life is bizarrely linked. Faery folk who need his help.

Desperate to unearth the truth about himself and where he comes from, Thomas is about to discover magic, ritual, and the uncanny truth that sometimes the things that make a boy ordinary are what make him extraordinary.