Add Sarah V Lewis’s books to your child’s Summer 2018 reading list.
- The Rabbits (sample chapter)
- Molly Rabbit Goes to School (more about)
- Animal Stowaway (sample chapter)
- Mom Where’s My Doll (more about)
For more on what your child should be reading this summer, check out the resources below:
2018 ALSC Summer Reading Lists
The Association for Library Service to Children is a division of the American Library Association. You can find their Summer 2018 reading list for children via the link below: “2018 ALSC Summer Reading Lists”, American Library Association, May 2, 2018.http://www.ala.org/alsc/publications-resources/book-lists/2018-summer-reading-list
The list is broken down into age groups:
- Birth – Preschool
- Kindergarten – 2nd grade
- 3rd grade – 5th grade
- 6th grade – 8th grade
Our 2018 Summer Reading List for Kids (weareteachers.com)
Click here for the summer 2018 titles suggested by editors of the website weareteachers.com
Have a child who isn’t all that fond of reading? Maybe a summer reading incentive program could help you in your quest to get your child to read a book or two over summer vacation. Readingrockets.org has an article about summer reading incentive programs that includes links to information about a number of such programs. Click here to check out the article.
It’s not too late to sign up your young reader for the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge
The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge runs from Monday May 7th 2018 – Friday September 7 2018. Here’s some information from the website scholastic.com about the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.
Why is summer reading important? According to the Scholastic Kids & Family Reading Report™: 6th Edition, both kids (80%) and parents (96%) agree that summer reading will help the child during the school year.
Whether you are a returning participant or joining the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge for the first time, we’re excited for you to enjoy our brand-new website filled with fresh content for students, educators, librarians, community partners and families. There are some changes you’ll want to be aware of this year! Read on!
Find out more about the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge here.