My Booklist

  • Dear Parents,

         Reading for fun and educational reasons helps to make a well rounded student.  Students should be reading one to four books a month.  Students should be reading books that they can comfortably read and comprehend.  A good test is to have the child read one or two pages out loud to you.  If they miss more than five words, the book may be to difficult  for them.  Also, ask a few questions about the material to make sure they understand what they have read.

        If you need suggestions or help finding books on your child's reading level, as always feel free to contact me anytime.

    Suggested titles:

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Ronald Dahl

    Dexter the Tough  by  Margaret Peterson Haddix

    Loser by Jerry Spinelli    **Kids remember we read a story in our Harcourt reader about Jerry when

                                         he was a young boy.

    Cam Jansen  by David Adler   there is a whole series of Cam Jansen adventures

    Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume

    Fudge                                    by Judy Blume

    Super Fudge                            by Judy Blume

    The Junie B. Jones series

    The Magic Treehouse series

    Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey

    The Wimpy Kid series