Summer Reading List For Kids
Summer is almost here. A great way to keep kids reading is getting them new books! My kids love going to the bookstore. I’m more of a fan of the library but new book releases are great to find on Amazon too. I get books to review and most are children’s books. I love sharing them with family and friends. I could seriously read all day and be happy. So, here are some super brand new ones- fresh off the print! Get a hammock, climb into a fort and dive into a good book with your kids.
Toddlers and Preschool Age Books
Board books, you read to them. They read with you. Lots of pictures and pages to explore.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Board books. Wacky 123 (and yes, it is wacky) and ODDphabet. Two headed cow, muddy footprints, goats in a tree and more.
Stack The Cats by Susie Ghahremani. Cute book for kitten lovers. Help kids learn number sequence and measurements.
The Berenstain Bears Friendship Blessings Collection. A collection of 5 books in 1. By Jan & Mike Berenstain. Books about fishing, harvesting, friendships, kindness and how God made everyone special.
Today I Feel… An Alphabet of Feelings. By Madalena Moniz. Help kids learn more ways to express themselves and how they are feeling.
Later Elementary & Middle School
Rosie Revere’s Big Project Book For Bold Engineers. 40+ Things to invent, draw and make. By Andrea Beaty. Illustrated by David Roberts.
The Bible Explorer’s Guide. 1,000 Amazing Facts & Photos. 80 pages of awesome information about the bible and different times in the bible.
J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Creatures. Magical Film Projections. Grab a flashlight and a dark room and shine the light through the pages to have the H.P. creatures appear on the wall.
J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World- The Dark Arts: A Movie Scrapbook. Maps, newspapers and facts about the dark creatures and people in the H.P. movies.
Kids in the Kitchen by Shay Shull. Mom blogger of Mix & Match Mama. Crazy-fun recipes to make memories together. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and treats the kids can help you make in the kitchen.
Toward A Secret Sea: Trust Not Your Eyes. By Heather MaClean. Teen adventure, mystery and romance taking place in England.
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