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Books For Your Kids To Read

It’s June! Which means school is almost out for the summer! This is the perfect time to refresh our children’s bookshelves with new books for the summer. Kids grow and mature a lot over the few months of summertime and books are a great way for them to learn new things about the world and answer questions they may have. Taking time to read books is also a great escape for their youthful imaginations. I hope your kids enjoy these books this summer!

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This best seller series returns with Danny going on vacation and learning about the power to make his own decisions. This book has 9 stories in it!
This book is adorable! This book discusses how important it is to be your true self and how you are on the inside without worrying about your outside and acceptance for who you are.
This is a great read that will introduce an important conversation for your child. It’s told from the point of view of Native American children who are informing their classmates.
If you’re looking for a silly book to read to your young kids, this is a great one! It goes over tantrums and teaches your children how to understand them.
The moral of this cute story is that our journeys through life are all about the people we meet along the way and the connnections we make with them!
Calling all Jane Austen fans! This book is about Jane’s childhood and how she found her voice for her stories.
This cute book shows two characters switching lives to find out if the grass is truly greener on the other side.
Available June 22nd, this is the most adorable alphabet book you’ll ever see! Oakley finds household objects that all start with letters from A-Z.
This book introduces the tragic event of 9/11 and is about a hopeful tree who grows at the base of the towers.
This story is about a Vietnamese family on the journey for a better life in America. It’s a great introduction to the topic of immigration and is a beautiful, poetic book.
Here’s another tween book! It’s about a boy who was raised on Mars and has to save and unite the world when a virus breaks out.
This heartfelt picture book is about friendship and a mermaid who finds trouble on the search for treasure. The underwater pictures are stunning!
This is such a fun book and teaches your child all about London! It shows some sites, bites and the diversity of London.
In this adorable children’s book, the characters wait for sensational things in the world. It teaches patience for the things we must wait for.
In his penultimate adventure, a devastated but determined Apollo travels to Camp Jupiter, where he must learn what it is to be a hero, or die trying.

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24 thoughts on “Books For Your Kids To Read”

  1. These look like a great selection of books! We’re beginning to grow our library for our baby so we have books to read to her as she grows.

  2. I can’t tell you how much I love these. All of them instantly grab the kids with the cover and then reel them in with the story.

  3. The messages found in these books are so important! I’ve often said that books are a key tool in helping teach children the lessons they need to learn.

  4. I have just got Little Kid, Big City!: London by Beth Beckman in my shelf. I went through it at a glance and loved it. It’s a fun picture book romp through London. It covers all the best places: the London Transport Museum, The British Library, the Tower Bridge etc.

    You have curated a beautiful list of books to read for kids here.

  5. Patricia Chamberlain

    This looks like an amazing book list! We don’t have any of these, but we’ll have to change that soon.

  6. What a great assortment of kids books! I love the colorful covers! I miss the picture book days when my son was little

  7. The benefits of reading at every stage of a child’s development are well documented. Happily, raising a reader is fun, rewarding and relatively easy. So many great book list. Every Parent Should have these all books for their kids before they grow up.

  8. This book is so timely as we are updating our reading list. The kids are almost done with what we have in the shelf. The book, Am I A Unicorn is just perfect for my little girl as she’s crazy about it. Showed her the book cover and she’s so excited. Thank you for sharing this list.

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