Our summer reading list 8/08-9/01

Hello! Has your summer break ended? Are the kids back in school? Today is our third week of First grade! I have enjoyed posting our book lists for the summer and hope that it has given you new titles and authors to explore. I suffered an accident which left me with an injured hand, so apologies for the lack of posts and the minimal words this post, as I am still healing. Here is the glorious list of our final summer reads, with links to Amazon to make up for my lack of description and personal thoughts this time around:

52. Paddington Helps Out Written By Michael Bond

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53. Paddington in the Garden Written By Michael Bond Illustrated by R.W. Alley

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54. Last Stop on Market Street Words By Matt De La Pena Illustrated By Christian Robinson

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55. Hearts A Toon Book By Theresa Rowe A First Comic For Brand New Readers

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56. Brownie and Pearl See the Sights Written By Cynthia Rylant Illustrated By Brian Biggs

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57. Little White Rabbit By Kevin Henkes

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58. Following Papa’s Song Gianna Marino

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59. Nana in the City By Lauren Castillo

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60. The Day the Crayons Quit By Drew Daywalt

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61. I Like Fish by Margaret Wise Brown

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62.What’s in the Woods Dear Dragon? By Margaret Hillert

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63. Gus Gets Scared By Frank Remkiewicz

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Flip a word books Written By Harriet Ziefert Illustrated By Yukio Kido

64.Crab Cab

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65. Wet Pet

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66. Snow Bow

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67. Danny and the Dinosaur

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68.-72 My “a”,”e”, “o”, “u”, “c”, “t” Sound Box books Written by Jane Belk Moncure

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73. Rookie Read-About Science Book: Solids, Liquids, and Gases By Ginger Garrett

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74. Ramona and her Father By Beverly Cleary

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75. Ramona and her Mother By Beverly Cleary

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76. Pigs Make Me Sneeze By Mo Willems

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Wowzers! 76 books on our summer list! We read many more books this summer at the library, before I began logging and keeping track of them. I would estimate at least 100 books read this summer if not more. I feel proud as a parent that I read all of these books to my child and that she in turn read to me. I am going to continue to post books that we read, because I truly enjoyed sharing them so much! I would love to hear what you are reading to your 6 year old. I am always on the hunt for a new tale. Oh! And also for great early readers now that she is reading. Hooray for Books!

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