Our family loves books! This week while searching for interesting kid books, I found some suggestions worth sharing from The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC).
Kids can learn and get so much enjoyment from books, so read with them, it really does make a difference! I grouped these by age to make things easier for parents, aunties, and anyone looking for children’s books.
What do you like to read to your kids, neices/nephews, grandkids? Feel free to add to this list in the comments section.
Listed with books good for grades K-2 (ALSC)
Like pandas? How about Haiku? Koo the panda is back and discovering each season through poetry. This looks fun!
In a series of charming portraits, dinos of all sizes are compared to real-life objects in the modern world.
Listed under books good for grades 3-5 (ALSC)
Crime-solving chickens. Why didn’t I think of this?
Meet the Chicken Squad: Dirt, Sugar, Poppy, and Sweetie. These chicks are out to solve some mysteries. First in a series.
Twelve-year-old Rump goes on a quest to discover his true identity and to break a magical curse in this humorous take on the classic fairy tale.
Listed under books good for grades 6-8 (ALSC)
Magic harmonica. ‘Nuf said.
Flapjack, Elirio, and Lupe build a custom out-of-this-world lowrider car to enter in the Universal Car Competition. They hope to win the cash prize and open their dream garage. First in a series.