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or visit your local library for these books!

These books are suggested with our families in mind for optional summer reading or ALL YEAR LONG!


Reading Age Recommendation Below

From Ms. Antonelli:

PreK-Grade 3

Flora's Tree House by Gabriel Alborozo
The Sour Grape by Jory John & Pete Oswald
Waiting is Not Easy or any Elephant & Piggie series books by Mo Willems
Grades 4-8
The Front Desk, Three Keys, New from Here are all written by Kelly Yang
Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt

From Ms. Ingersoll:
PreK/K:  The Color Monsters by Anna Llenas or All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold 
K-3: The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson or Oliver's Lollipop by Allison Wortche 
3-5: The BFG by Roald Dahl or The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies
6-8: When you Trap a Tiger by Tae Keller or The Island of Dr. Libris by by Chris Grabenstein

From Mrs. Kearns:
One by Kathryn Otoshi - PreK3-Grade 2
Our Friend Hedgehog, A Place to Call Home by Lauren Castillo - PreK-Grade 3
The Wild Robot by Peter Brown - Grades 2-7
The House at the Edge of Magic by Amy Sparkes - Grades 3-6
Hello, Universe by Erin Entrada Kelly - Grades 4-8

Other resources include...
Brainchild - Series on Netflix with short episodes exploring kid-safe themes and science experiments for age appropriate development. Grades 3-8, 

Reading Eggs - an online reading program that helps children learn to read. Hundreds of online reading lessons, phonics games and books for ages 2–13.  It also comes with Mathseeds for Grades K-3.

Molly of Denali is a PBS show that includes nonfiction information for kids ages 4-8.

Bookelicious feeds kids’ passion for reading. Their professionally curated collection of great books, plus our AI-driven, behavior-based recommendation engine, make it easy for kids to find books they love. It’s like a personal librarian in your pocket!  (This is a kid friendlier version that is similar to goodreads).

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