IT'S BACK TO SCHOOL TIME!
Here Are Some Suggested Back To School Books For Your September 2012 Reading Pleasure
Kena Ford and The Second Grade Mix Up
by Melissa Thomson, Illustrated, by Frank Morrison
Kena Ford is often compared to Junie B Jones but has a bit more flair. Like Jones she has a series of books, which all succeed in developing Keena as the main character in many different settings.
Beginning readers will find this book fun to read, and it definitely has its laugh out loud moments.
Ages: 6 and Up
By Anna McQuinn, Illustrated by,
This book is a great tool for preschoolers. It is excellent when used as a resource to help introduce little ones to their first library visit. This book is a wonderful way to to segment into a discussion of the library and its rules, and how the library system works.
Hence, Tuesday is Lolas' favorite day of the week. Likewise, Tuesday is the day that Lola and her mother visit the library weekly. If you love books, this one makes you feel good about the joy of reading.
Ages: 2 - 4
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DAY OF SCHOOL
By Clifton L. Taulbert, Illustrated by E.B. Lewis
This book is about how Cliff faces the fears of the first day of school. However, his grandmother, Mama Pearl accompanies him on the walk to school, and he is comforted. Soon Cliff recognizes that lots of his friends are at school. He enjoys the laughter and playtime, and realizes that although school is moreover about work it can definitely be fun also.