Summer is a wonderful time for students to spend extra time reading and for parents to supplement the reading lists given to their children by schools. Need a little jumpstart? We’ve gathered five large reading lists to inspire your library visit.
Michael Petrilli (@MichaelPetrilli) is the editor of Education Next and the President of the Thomas B. Fordham Institute. Here is the list of what he considers to be the 100 best children’s books of all time.
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A reading list from 1908 could still inspire and challenge today’s student.
Veritas Press released a list of fantastic summer reading suggestions for students K-12.
One homeschooling mom shares her favorite books for children.
Your turn! What are some books that you would suggest for your child’s summer reading?
Emily McCord is an independent writer and policy and communications consultant. She worked on Capitol Hill in a Congressional office for two and a half years. She has experience teaching at the elementary, high-school, and college levels. She is a two-time English major, holding a B.A. from Belhaven University and an M.A. from Indiana University. She currently lives in Texas with her husband and 1-year-old little boy. Emily encourages women as they juggle career pursuits, healthy lifestyles, and family life at The Orange Slate and is delighted to contribute to MomThink. You can follow Emily on Instagram (@emilyamccord) or Twitter (@emilyamccord) as well.