Want Some Book Suggestions?

by Rachel L. and Robert W.

Web Design by Kierah S.


Haven’t read any good books lately? This article will recommend lots of books, so here we go! Thank you to Mrs. Livanos for helping us put this list together.

Calling all kindergarteners and 1st graders! If you are looking for a good book to read then this is the place for you. Let’s start our list with Tina and the Penguin by Heather Dyer. This book is about a little girl who finds a penguin that is tired of living in a zoo. She brings him home and soon realizes that a penguin is a strange pet. Next is First Graders From Mars by Shana Corey. Tera is assigned to do a project and tells her friends that she can do it all. She realizes that always being right can be wrong. Then comes Alphabet Adventure by Audrey Wood. This is about an alphabet that sets off to teach a young student his letters. After that is If You Take a Mouse to School by Laura Numeroff. If you take a mouse to school he’ll ask for your lunch box and he’ll ask for your sandwich to go with it! Last is Henry and Mudge the Tall Tree House by Cynthia Rylant. Henry’s uncle Jake builds a tree house that Henry loves but Mudge can’t climb in. See what happens next...

Hey 2nd and 3rd graders! Flat Stanley and Stanley, Flat Again by Jeff Brown are great books to read. Flat Stanley is about a boy who is flattened in his sleep by a bulletin board and is sent all over the world. Then, recommended is Jake Drake Teachers Pet by Andrew Clements, which is about a boy who is teacher’s pet and doesn’t mean to be. So he thinks that his misbehavior will stop it. Next comes Starting with Alice by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. This is about a girl who is going into third grade and is wishing for things that she really wants like a mother, a pet, and more friends. Last, we recommend Goody Bird Green by Lois Lowry.

If you read that book list, you will never have trouble choosing a book again. We hope you enjoy reading them. And, thanks again, Mrs. Livanos for your suggestions!


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