Mrs. Archer's Book Notes

An elementary school librarian's blog about books and library happenings.

2012 Kindergarten Summer Reading

Mrs. Archer’s 2012 Recommended Summer Reading List

Kindergarten

 

(This list is a combination of books that fall under incoming/outgoing Kindergarten Reading Level and Kindergarten Interest. )

Fiction

Asch, Frank                Moongame

Carle, Eric                  Do You Want to Be My Friend?

Cannon, Janell            Stellaluna

Diesen. Deborah          The Pout-Pout Fish

Freeman, Don             A Pocket for Corduroy

Gamble, Adam          Goodnight Colorado

Goodnight Denver

Hutchins, Pat              The Doorbell Rang

Kirk, David                Miss Spider’s Tea Party

Martin, Bill                 Chicka-Chicka Boom-Boom

Pfister, Marcus           The Rainbow Fish

Piper, Watty               The Little Engine That Could

Raschka, Chris          A Ball for Daisy

Rey, H. A.                   Curious George

Willems, Mo               Any of the Pigeon books and any of the Piggie and Elephant books

Series:                         Olivia Ready to Read Books (These would be a good companion to the original Olivia books by Ian Falconer.

Fancy Nancy I Can Read books (These would be a good companion to the original Fancy Nancy Books by Jane O’Connor

Non-fiction

Pebble Books

Pebble Books is a series of non-fiction books on a variety of topics: animals, holidays, birds, and plants to name a few.  They provide true facts and information in a format that easy for young readers to locate and understand.

Starting school: The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn

Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten by Joseph Slate

Kindergarten Diary by Antoinette Portis

The Pirate of Kindergarten by George Ella Lyon

 

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I am returning this year as the librarian for Academy Endeavour Elementary. I am a complete and total bookworm. I love talking books with students and parents. If you ask me what my favorite book is I will tell you that it changes every day. I hope you will stop by this blog often and discuss books with me. Or drop into the library and see what our wonderful students are learning.

Mrs. Archer reading one of her favorite books.

Ramona, named after one of Mrs. Archer's all time favorite book characters.

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