Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Children's Books for Summer Reading 2010

Books for Summer Reading

From Reading Rockets
2010 Big Summer Read
Recommended Books for 6-9 Year Olds
Recommended Books for 3-6 Year Olds
Recommended Books for 0-3 Year Olds
Audio Books
Books for the Beach
It’s Summer Vacation
Summer Stuff
Welcome Summer


From Wild Rose Reader
PICTURE BOOKS
Rattletrap Car: A Great Summer Read-Aloud
A Perfect Pair: Olvina Swims...and So Does Baby Duck!
The Sounds of Summer
Picture Book Review: Apple Pie 4th of July

NONFICTION BOOKS
Over in the Ocean
Book Bunch: A SEAsonal Selection

POETRY
Toasting Marshmallows: Camping Poems
Poetry Friday: Summersaults and Lemonade Sun
Into the Sea Once More (A Review of Hotel Deep: Light Verse from Dark Water)

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From Guys ReadGuys’ Summer Reads

From Booklist OnlineTop 10 SF/Fantasy for Youth: 2010

From The Horn BookSummer Reading

From the American Booksellers AssociationThe Summer 2010 Children’s Indie Next List

From Through the Looking Glass Book ReviewsSummer Days

From ScholasticFun in the Sun Books

From Choice LiteracyBooks to Get us Ready for Summer Vacation by Franki Sibberson


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More Summer Reading Resources

From ScholasticTeaching Plan to Encourage Summer Reading by Risa Young

From PBS KidsRaising Readers: Stories & Reading Activities, Reading Activity Calendar

From A Fuse #8 ProductionNontraditional Review of the Day: Pop!: The Invention of Bubble Gum by Meghan McCarthy (May 24, 2010)

2 comments:

janet wong said...

Thank you, Elaine, for including my book. I see that the White House link didn't come through. Just as well: that was April 2003, and we don't need reminders of that time! I did think it was pretty neat, though, to be invited to read a book about eating Chinese food on the 4th of July...at the White House...on the day after Easter. (It was, after all, for the Easter EGG ROLL.)

Another book of mine is also about summer: MINN AND JAKE'S ALMOST TERRIBLE SUMMER. Please take a look!

Jules at 7-Imp said...

Wonderful resource (as always)! Thanks.