Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Fizz Boom Reads: Easy Readers

Though this year's CSLP summer reading theme, Fizz Boom Read, lends itself well to nonfiction reading, it's inevitable that kids will also want to read a few good stories. Last week I shared my list of suggested fiction picture book titles. Today, I'm focusing on easy readers.

Robot, Go Bot!
by Dana Meachen Rau, illustrated by Wook Jin Jung
A little girl builds a robot and bosses it around, only to discover she is hurting its feelings.

Pearl and Wagner: Two Good Friends

by Kate McMullan, illustrated by R.W. Alley
Pearl and Wagner partner up to build a robot for their school science fair, with unexpected results.

Iris and Walter and the Field Trip
by Elissa Haden Guest, illustrated by Christine Davenier
Best friends Iris and Walter are having fun on a field trip to the aquarium until Walter goes missing!

A Green Green Garden

by Mercer Mayer
Little Critter and his family head to the garden store in preparation for planting at home.

Butterfly Garden
by Margaret McNamara, illustrated by Mike Gordon
At Robin Hill School, Mrs. Connor's class raises caterpillars.

Pup and Hound Hatch an Egg
by Susan Hood, illustrated by Lisa Hendry
Pup and Hound find an egg and search for the bird to whom it belongs. 

by Lee Bennett Hopkins, illustrated by Melanie Hall
This collection of easy-to-read poems captures the essence of every condition from wind to ice.

Snow Wonder
by Charles Ghigna, illustrated by Julia Woolf
Rhyming text describes the beauty of the first snowfall of the season.

The Tooth Book

by Dr. Seuss, illustrated by Joe Mathieu
Wacky rhyming text teaches readers about different animals' teeth  and how to care for them.
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