Keep ’Em Reading! Suggested Summer Reading Lists for Grades K-12

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5 Responses

  1. Jean Smith says:

    Thank you for posting these lists. It helps when we go to the library.

  2. Shannon says:

    We love having a family book.  Gives us all something to talk about.  When they were little, I would read aloud to all even when they could read. We listened to the Hobbit  and the Count of Monte Cristo on a road trip. My boys really wanted to read The Hunger Games recently. So we decided to tackle it as a family. We each got a paperback and read. Some I read with the youngest (11) and discussed as we went. It was a good one to do as a family. Love having a family book in common.  my kids are 17-11 and you can always find something to appeal to everyone even Dad!

  3. Cynthia Jones says:

    I like to have chapter books 

  4. Roseanne says:

    We have two girls, a nine year old who enjoys reading and a six year old who enjoys doing the opposite of her sister. In an effort to get the six year old to participate in the reading challenge I thought I would try pairing a book with the movie made about it to see if that sparks the little ones interest. I’ve ordered books and  movies from the library for “Charlottes’ Web” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”.

  5. Maryam says:

    Hello,

    This is an excellent blog article on reading.
    Libraries are the best places for families to explore when it comes to a diverse collection of books.

    I would also like to suggest to those who also love languages in addition to reading:
    http://www.languagelizard.com

    Enjoy!

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