Perfect for: Kids who have ever fantasized about a world with no grown-ups. Perfect for: Kids who like nature. Despite the protests and prejudice, one teammate named Pee Wee Reese stood up for Jackie. Perfect for: Kids who like arts. Tacky learns that being on a team takes hard work and dedication. Perfect for: Kids who like science and nature. Wolf, who until this point has never thought out his actions, is at a loss about what to do.
Lola likes having a tía aunt on one side and a bubbe grandma on the other. The only problem is that the food and beds belong to six hostile cats. But for the family that embraces the absurd and young readers who understand the difference between fictional funny and real-life rude, her stories can grab many kids by the lapel and make them chapter-book aficionados overnight. This story about a legendary time in history is important to share with children. Find at your local library. Putter and Tabby get involved in!! This book is so much fun that even struggling readers will want to read it over and over again, especially if they are able to share parts with another reader. And a seemingly innocent trip to the dentist turns sinister when Dr.
Perfect for: Kids who like fantasy stories. Find at your local library. Very rarely do absolutely gorgeous picture books like this come along. This book is an excellent resource for any classroom, school or home library! Putter, who has been feeling lonely. Find at your local library. These are favorite books for beginning readers from the easiest books with a few words per page to beginning chapter books with a sentence per page.
He snores on as they light a fire, pop popcorn, and brew tea. Come join the adventure of Lion and Rabbit when they realize their friend, Hermit Crab, is missing. Perfect for: Beginning chapter-book readers with an irreverent streak. In spite of the differences in learning styles and abilities, our family loves to read and we find reading is a great way to learn together. Find at your local library.
Perfect for: Kids who like history. Find at your local library. Nikki and Deja Series by Karen English The main characters in the are two best friends that explore real-life school situations such as school cliques and disagreeing with your best friend. When the brothers work things out and find joy in each other, my 5-year-old daughter in my lap was full of happiness and bounce. This first book in a new series of chapter books follows Lola Levine, a high energy, biracial, and bicultural second grader, who is very comfortable in her own skin.
The stories can be read online using a computer, tablet, or smart phone. Families who read this book could discuss words. Find at your local library. Find at your local library. Perfect for: Kids who like humor stories. Things get worse when she accidentally hurts a classmate playing soccer at recess. Two woolly mammoths are having trouble adjusting to the warmth, until they come upon the perfect solution, starting a new fashion trend — short hair.
This is a moving story set on a plantation in antebellum Virginia. Find at your local library. Find at your local library. Perfect for: Kids who like fantasy stories. Kids will enjoy the misadventures Sarah has in her attempts at school, at home, and her community to be seen as extraordinary. Perfect for: Kids who like mystery. Find at your local library.
Perfect for: Kids who like classics. The language is simple and repetitive enough for beginning readers to enjoy. Find at your local library. Find our favorites at your local library: , , , ,. The series follows the life of funny, charismatic third-grader Ramona as she experiences all the ups and downs of life in elementary school.
In between, Stars explores all sorts of other places where stars can be found, both literally and figuratively: on pajamas or school papers; in snowflakes or the flowers in a pumpkin patch. Definitely enjoyable, this book series does contain some higher, more challenging vocabulary that would be good for higher readers or as a class read aloud. This book is part of the Discover America State by State series, including E is for Evergreen Washington , M is for Mayflower Massachusetts , S is for Sunshine Florida , and so on, one for each of the 50 states. Amazing Grace by Mary Hofmann chapter books by Mary Hofmann pick up with Grace, the same young, free-spirited girl, found in the picture book, Amazing Grace. Make sure to pay attention to the pictures, as they are chock full of silliness! Find at your local library.