Join us on this virtual book tour for Maybe Maybe Marisol Rainey, by Newbery Medalist and New York Times–bestselling author Erin Entrada Kelly!
Browsing: Summer reading
Enter for a chance to win a copy of Kevin Henkes’ Billy Miller Makes a Wish, stand-alone companion to The Year of Billy Miller.
June is the perfect month for stories about gardening, fathers, and farmers’ markets, too! All of these titles will provide great family listening for these early days of summer.
An introvert seeking acceptance from his parents discovers meaningful friendship and a solid sense of himself in New York Times bestselling author Sara Pennypacker’s middle-grade novel, Here in the Real World.
There is still some time to fit in a few more literacy activities to not only continue to prevent the summer slide, but also to help set your child up for success this school year!
Following are the summer slide prevention literacy tips and activities that work really well for families.
If you are looking for something unexpected and fun to add to your summer reading list, The Pesky Fly is a catchy little story that would go down well pool-side with some sliced watermelon, while snuggled upon a soft towel.
Susan Choi’s is an award-winning novelist. Camp Tiger is her first book for children.
Whether you’re traveling or staying close to home, here are four more ideas perfect for weaving reading and writing into your summer days!
The following books remind me of the promise that exists between the rising and setting sun, the too-hot for your feet pavement, and the cool, crisp chlorine-filled water.