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Where the Sidewalk Ends
by Shel Silverstein
Shel Silverstein reads his own humorous poems about a range of topics from not wanting to go to school to arguing with siblings. Silverstein's poems address issues that children really care about.
Ages: Kindergartner, First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Poetry
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears
by Verna Aardema
The chaos in the jungle begins when a mosquito tells one small lie. Soon all the animals are in an uproar. This West African folktale offers a humorous explanation about why mosquitoes buzz in people's ears. Striking illustrations and creative onomatopoeia make this the perfect read-aloud for your child.
Ages: Preschooler, Kindergartner, First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Multicultural
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Wilma Unlimited: How Wilma Rudolph Became the World's Fastest Woman
by Kathleen Krull
The amazing life story of Wilma Rudolph is told in this beautifully illustrated picture biography. With great will and determination, Wilma overcame polio, poverty, and discrimination to become the first American woman to win three gold medals at a single Olympics.
Ages: First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Biography, Multicultural
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Winter Eyes
by Douglas Florian
Winter Eyes is a beautifully illustrated collection of poems about winter. Each poem celebrates some aspect of winter such as sledding, icicles, woolen socks, and the mood of a blustery day. Your child is bound to find at least one poem that introduces her to the joys of a snowy winter or reminds her of a favorite winter activity.
Ages: Kindergartner, First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nature, Poetry, Seasons
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Wonder Kid Meets the Evil Lunch Snatcher
by Lois Duncan
Sarah and Brian discover that nothing is worse than meeting up with the school bully on the first day at a new school. Luckily, they make two great friends at school who help them teach the school bully a lesson. Your child will enjoy reading to discover how a few creative kids ended one bully's taunting.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Friends, Sports
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Wonderful Worms
by Linda Glaser
Have you ever wondered what worms do underground? This book gives your child a look at the work of worms through cross-section illustrations and informative text about their life cycle and behaviors. Frequently asked questions about worms, such as "If an earthworm breaks in two, does it really become two worms?" are answered in the back of the book.
Ages: Preschooler, Kindergartner, First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Nonfiction
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Yang the Youngest and His Terrible Ear
by Lensey Namioka
Yingtao is the only one in his family with no musical talent. His father, however, insists that he continues to play the violin. How will he survive daily music lessons and recitals when all he really wants to do is play baseball, his true, natural talent?
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Family, Multicultural, Sports
Types: Read Aloud
Year of the Panda
by Miriam Schlein
This heartwarming story begins with the discovery of a baby giant panda on young Lu Yi's family farm. He decides to raise the panda on his own before turning it over to a rehabilitation and reintroduction center. During this process he learns about why pandas are endangered and what the government is doing to save them.
Ages: Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Family, Multicultural
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Yeh-Shen: A Cinderella Story From China
by Ai-Ling Louie
This Cinderella story from China predates the well-known European version. Beautiful paintings bring this fairy tale to life as Yeh-Shen rises above her stepmother's cruelty to find true love at the spring festival.
Ages: First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Family, Multicultural
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
Zelda and Ivy
by Laura McGee Kvasnosky
All children with siblings will relate to these three brief stories about the adventures of the fox sisters named Zelda and Ivy.
Ages: Kindergartner, First-grader, Second-grader, Third-grader
Themes: Family, Feelings
Types: Read Aloud, Read to Self
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