ALSC Summer Reading List for 2019 Grades K-2
These engaging books will let you and your child explore many topics together. The single largest predictor of academic achievement is whether parents read with their children every night. With this list, you have a lot of great new books to choose from.
BookBub for Cheap Book Deals to Build an E-Library
BookBub alerts readers to offers that are deep discounts on books. Their daily member emails offer me about a dozen deals on books. Some are free. The others are usually $2.99 and under. It's easy to sign up. Just go to the website and follow the prompts. I love my daily BookBub emails!
Read Across America Day March 2
Start your plan now! Read Across America is coming! March 2 can be a glorious celebration of reading in your family. Visit a library. Bring friends and neighbors into Read Across America, so that they can enjoy this special day, too. Have a wonderful day of reading!
Summer Library Reading for Birth to Preschool
Here is the 2019 reading list for children from birth to preschool from the Association for Library Service to Children. Check out some of these books from your local library! Read every day. The strongest predictor of school success is whether children have their parents read to them every night.
Summer Reading Books for Grades 3-5 by the ALSC
The Association for Library Service for Children gets book recommendations from children living all over the United States. Then, they compile a list of great books for kids to read in the summer. Summer reading is important for kids to continue their educational progress.
The Modern Library
The library of my youth was quiet place with shelves of books and tables to sit and read or study. The card catalog offered the road map to the library's offerings. The modern library has far more to offer. What does a well-equipped library have to share with patrons? Read on!
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