Kid’s summer reading list

Summer means sun, nature, and the outdoors. Here’s a few reads to include in your kid’s summer reading list.

No More School,  No More Books, No More Teacher’s Dirty Looks by Diane De Groat
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It’s the last day of school! Gilbert is excited about summer vacation, but first there’s the class party, and Mrs. Byrd will give out the end-of-the-year awards. But will Gilbert even get one? Patty’s the best speller. Philip’s the best reader. What is Gilbert best at?   As Gilbert’s class says good-bye to Mrs. Byrd, she reminds each of them how special they really are. And that she will miss them very, very much


Watch Me Grow! Blue Plants a Seed by Lauryn Silverhardt

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Your child’s favorite Nickoledeon character, Blue, has her very own seedling. In the book, she learns how to take care of plants. The book is part of Nickoledeon’s series of eco-friendly books that encourages kids to take the lead in making the world a green place. Each book is printed on recycled paper.


Little Critter: It’s Earth Day! by Mercer Mayer

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Little Critter is on a mission! After watching a film about climate change in school, Little Critter decides to do his part to help slow down global warming. With the help of his friends, Little Critter begins to reduce, reuse, and recycle!


Colors Everywhere: A Guess How Much I Love You Storybook by Sam McBratny

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Down by the river on a bright summer’s day, Big and Little Nutbrown Hare are lazily looking at all the colors around them. It’s so hard to decide which ones they like best! Big Nutbrown Hare’s favorite blue is the blue of the sky, while Little Nutbrown Hare’s favorite green is the green of the leaves. But which of the many lovely shades of brown will the Nutbrown Hares decide is the best of all?


365 Ways to a Smarter Preschooler

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For moms, here’s a book loaded with 365 ideas and activities that will spark your child’s curiosity, imagination, and creativity. Introduce reading, math, art, and science through imaginative play, fun experiments, and interesting inventions aimed at giving your child a head start in school.