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"Case of the Missing Carrot Cake" by Robin Newman

Missing carrot cake?! Let's hope mice detectives Wilcox and Griswold have been called in to help solve the mystery of a goodie gone missing at Miss Rabbit's house. Author Robin Newman will appear at Bank Street Bookstore on Sunday, May 31 with the Yippee Skippy puppet players to act out and narrate "The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake," a delightful tale for beginning readers looking for a just-right chapter book.

By Robin Newman, Deborah Zemke (Illustrator)
$15.95
ISBN: 9781939547170
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Creston Books - May 12th, 2015

"You Nest Here with Me" by Jane Yolen and Heidi Stemple

Authors Jane Yolen and Heidi Stemple appear at Bank Street Book Store on Saturday, May 30 at 1:00 p.m. to read their new collaboration "You Nest Here with Me." Jane and Heidi will interact with the Yippee Skippy puppet players for a delightful hour of literacy fun. "You Nest Here with Me" is a primer of birds disguised as a soothing bedtime lullaby.

$16.95
ISBN: 9781590789230
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Boyds Mills Press - March 3rd, 2015

Carl Hiassen Month for Middle-Graders

Just look at the crowd of young readers gathered by Regina when she presented Carl Hiassen's "Scat" for her Wednesday lit talk on April 15. Join us every Wednesday at Bank Street Book Store at 5:00 p.m. for a great dramatic reading of a children's book guaranteed to please. Next up: "Chomp" by Carl Hiassen on Wednesday, April 22.

Friends and Neighbors

Second graders from the School at Columbia visited Bank Street Book Store to learn about book buying, book selling, and the importance of books in our lives. These young readers asked many interesting questions about the book biz, including, "How many books are usually in the book store at any one time?" Any guesses? According to store manager Andy Laties, 30,000 titles!

Wee Read and Sing

Just look at these happy faces enjoying Chelsea and Mallory's musical story time at Bank Street Book Store every Tuesday morning at 10:30 and Wednesday afternoon at 3:00. We hope you can join us during the spring season for books, music, and movement!

The Art of Making Art

Young artists and writers express their creative ideas at Bank Street Book Store's workshop for graphic novels and comic book art.

Honored Guests

Authors Ann M. Martin and Susan Kuklin (seated in photo below) visited Bank Street Book Store the day before they were featured guests at the annual Bank Street Children's Book Committee event on March 12. Both Ann and Susan received awards for their books "Rain Reign" and "Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out." The authors, both wonderful voices for children's literature, gathered for a photo with Center for Children's Literature director Jennifer Brown (left), store manager Andy Laties (right), and other staff members.

Young Readers and Scholars

Now that Bank Street Book Store has settled into its new home at Broadway and West 107th Street, various school groups have been joining us for story times, independent reading times, and study times. These students and teachers from the School at Columbia learned about the book biz as they chose books for themselves and their classrooms. Call us at (212) 678-1654 to arrange special visits to the store.

Ribbon Cutting Photos

First pics from today's amazing event are posted below.

Many thanks to Borough President Gale Brewer, Councilmember Mark Levine, Assemblymember Daniel O'Donnell, all the wonderful and talented authors, and everyone who turned out to support the bookstore. See you again soon!

 The Moment of Truth! Left to Right: Councilmember Mark Levine, Borough President Gale Brewer, Bank Street President Shael Polakow-Suransky

 

 

A host of authors celebrate the Grand Opening of Bank Street Bookstore at 2780 Broadway.

Photos: Josh Casuccio

 

Treasure Seekers

A scavenger hunt for young readers at Bank Street Bookstore kept kids happy and warm on a snowy afternoon -- the first Tuesday in March. Participants found all kinds of hidden treasures, including a scurvy pirate, one of Maurice Sendak's Wild Things, and a green dragon looking down from atop a bookcase. Here are two friends who finished the hunt together and won a special prize.

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