Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Some Titles for Summer Reading to Young Children

Looking for some ideas for Summer Reading? Here are a few of our favorites.

Annie and Snowball and the book Bugs Club: the ninth book of their adventures by Cynthia Rylant 
Around the pond: who’s been there? by Lindsay Barrett George
The Berenstain Bears and the summer job by Stan and Jan Berenstain
Camp Can’t  by Diana Gallagher
Curious George and the ice cream surprise by H.A. Rey
Danitra Brown leaves town 
by Nikki Grimes
Four friends in summer 
by Tomie De Paola
Happy Dog sizzles! by Lisa Grubb
Henry and Mudge in the green time: the third book of their adventure         by Cynthia Rylant
Hooray the summer! by Kazuo Iwamura
Horse song: the Naadam of Mongolia  by Ted and Betsy Lewin
Lawn boy by Gary Paulsen
Lionel in the summer
by Stephen Krensky
Mama, is it summer yet? 
by Nikki McClure
Mermaid dance  by Marjorie Hakala
Mr. Putter & Tabby clear the decks
by Cynthia Rylant
Now it is summer by Eileen Spinelli
One summer day by Kim Lewis
The other side by Jacqueline Woodson
A pony named Peanut by Sindy McKay
A prairie boy’s summer
by William Kurelek
Rules of summer  by Shaun Tan
Summer by Phyllis Busch
Summer adventures
by Catherine Saunders
Summer in the city by Marie-Louise Gay
Summer is summer by Phillis Gershator
Summer Wonders  by Bob Raczka
Summertime in the Big Woods   
by Laura Ingalls Wilder
Those summers by Aliki


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