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July Books For Kids

School may be out, but I need to keep my kids educated and reading all summer long. Especially with past few months of distance learning they just experienced, its now more important than ever! I’ve found keeping their library updated gets them excited about what to read next. This months list continues to feature important conversations about race, equality, and other childhood experiences they may be going/growing through! Wishing all your families a book filled educated summer!

An amazing book that helps children understand prejudice and discrimination. Help your children learn and realize that diversity is a superpower!
This story features a loving message about hope and optimism in the midst of crisis. A great addition during our current global pandemic.
Do you have a picky eater? Well Nancy the dino is also a picky eater but follow along as she learns to love her peas.
Written is a “choose your own story” formate this great book displays the power choice for children.
This inspiration story about a young girl destined to dance. But an unexpected obstacle challenges her perseverance and tenacity.
This is a powerful anti bullying story. This book will leave an everlasting impression on your children to always chose kindness!
What is racism and why does it exist? This great action driven book helps direct us in all the ways we can do our part to abolish racism.
Ryan has a lot on her mind, Being a young women can be challenging. But she knows how to shine through any set backs and make the best of her situations.
Being the new kid can be difficult, specially as one of the only children of color at a prestigious private school. Follow along as Jordan navigates his new surroundings.
Introduce your preschoolers to iconic activists! From Gloria Steinem, Martin Luther King Jr, and more, its never too early to learn about amazing people who changed the world.
On th etheme of activist is is female driven and great for older girls! Lets teach our daughters to use their voices for those who cant and to stand up for what is right!
Anxiety is tough enough as an adult, let alone a child. help your little reader better understand the feelings and worries and why they creep up.
Everyone knows Cruella De Vil is an evil thing. But do you know what made made her so mean? Learn about her lonely childhood in this memoir like narrative.
Jacqueline Woodson’s memoir BROWN GIRL DREAMING won the 2014 National Book Award and was a NY Times Bestseller.
In this Newbery Honor novel, New York Times bestselling author Rita Williams-Garcia tells the story of three sisters who travel to Oakland, California, in 1968 to meet the mother who abandoned them. A strong option for summer reading—take this book along on a family road trip or enjoy it at home.

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11 thoughts on “July Books For Kids”

  1. YES!!! Keep them reading and what a great selection this is. My son liked New Kid & Each Kindness. We also have the “What should Danny/Darla Do series. If there is ONE thing each kid could do this summer, it is READ, READ, READ.

  2. This is such a great selection of books for little ones! Reading is so important for cognitive learning, mental wellbeing, empathy development, imagination and so much more ♡. Thank you for helping to encourage little ones to read!

  3. Wow, you have a good lists of books to read by kids. I am going to get a copy of some of these books for my kids, I know they will enjoy it.

  4. My kids are 4 years old, but I have been raising them avid readers. They don’t read yet, but they love books , anytime! Books are really great friends for kids. It helps them be creative, grows their linguistic abilities and actually is a great hobby to pursue! Kids who read books will not be hooked to TV or gadgets!

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