Our next Pulse of Reading conversation is Nov. 21. Take the discussion home with these exceptional picture books.
Here are some picture books with characters who have to get creative and problem-solve. Put one on hold easily here!
Here are some terrific nonfiction titles recommended by “Ravenous Readers” (gr. K-3) or “Literary Lunch” lovers (gr. 3-5). Be sure to check our calendar for our special books discussion for kids!
What do new readers recommend to other kids? Here are some recommended easy readers to get your little learner started.
Try “reading the pictures” in these detailed and intriguing wordless picture books. Reading Rockets says “sharing wordless books is a terrific way to build important literacy skills, including listening skills, vocabulary, comprehension and an increased awareness of how stories are structured.” Put one on hold today!
What do kids in Reading like to read? We asked and here are some faves!
Whether they are “Ravenous Readers” (gr. K-3) or “Literary Lunch” lovers (gr. 3-5), kids in Reading love to recommend books! Check out some of these highly recommended chapter books!
Here are some opportunities to play, sing, and connect with other itsy bitsy readers!
e-books for e-kids! Unlimited, free, always available streaming books for kids K-6 with Tumblebooks.