Edit ModuleShow Tags

Great Kids' Summer Reading by Age

The best children’s book list provides summer reading choices for young children, early readers, elementary readers, tweens and teens.




This summer reading list, hand-picked by the experts at the venerable Horn Book children’s literature review, is superior in every possible way — chock-full of the kind of books that’ll keep kids happily turning pages (and learning). Many of the 81 books are available in multiple formats: print, ebook and audiobook. Click on your child's reading level below to get started.

Picture Books (preschool–grade 3)

Early Readers & Younger Fiction (grades K–4)

Intermediate Fiction & Nonfiction (grades 4–6)

Middle School Fiction & Nonfiction (grades 6–8)

High School Fiction & Nonfiction (grades 9 & up)

 

Click here to download a PDF of the entire list and here to sign up for the Horn Book's e-newsletter. And be sure to keep up with all MetroKids book reviews here.

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Content

Common student injuries and how to avoid them

Being a student comes with many potential health hazards just as a real job does.

How Zero Tolerance Policies Can Impact Students With Special Needs

Zero-tolerance policies meant to keep weapons out of schools sometimes punish students with special needs for less serious offenses.

How to Spot Bullying

Figuring out whether or not your child is a victim of bullying can be a difficult task.

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags


 

 

 

 

 

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
{/if}