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Read to Me Mommy – Part Two

School for most students, is now in full swing.  Summer days are over, and early mornings, packed lunches, and bus stops are the Monday to Friday norm for most families.  Reading aloud is a gift we can give our children at any age.

Bedtime and weekends are a great time to read a few chapters aloud to kids, building stronger relationships and lasting memories. Last week I gave several recommended books for toddlers to age six.  This week the list is for Kindergarten to third grade.  Many of these books can be found in a Kindle version as well as your local library…

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The Little Goat in the Mountains, by Pascale Allamand

The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Anderson

Billy and Blaze (series) by C.W. Anderson

Ponies of Mykillengi by Lonzo Anderson

Flickertail by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey

Down comes the Leaves by Henrietta Bancroft

Gingercat’s Catch by Catherine Barr

Travel by Land by Joan Beales

Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans

The Secret Hiding Place by Rainey Bennett and Edna Preston

A Moose is not a Mouse by Harold Berson

Once upon a Mountain by Don Bolognese

Grandpa by Barbara Borack

Fresh Cider and Pie by Franz Brandenberg

King Lion and His Cooks by Louise Brierley

Gordon Goes Camping by Julie Brinckloe

Pickle Things by Marc Brown

The Noisy Book by Margaret Wise Brown

Pip Camps Out by Myra Berry Brown

Little Red Riding Hood by Dick Bruna

The Moon Singe by Clyde Robert Bulla

Winter’s Coming by Eve Bunting

Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel by Virginia Lee Burton

Euphonia and the Flood by Mary Calhoun

The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle

The Deer in the Pasture by Donald Carrick

The Friendly Prairie Dog by Denise Casey

Cowboy Sam and Big Bill by Edna Walker Chandler

Hundreds and Hundreds of Strawberries by Ethel Collier

Impossible, Possum by Ellen Conford

Now I know what’s under the ocean by Janet Craig

A beautiful Day for a picnic by Nancy Curry

The Courage of Sarah Noble by Alice Dalgliesh

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame

My Father’s Dragon by Ruth S. Gannett

Justin Morgan had a horse by Marguerite Henry

Blue Willow by Doris Gates

Read to your kids when they are babies, read to them when they are little, and read to them when they no longer fit in your lap.  Turn off the television tonight and enjoy the read aloud time with your family on a regular basis.

Happy Reading!

 

 

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