Guest Picks: Summer Reading List
This wordless book is breathtaking and magical for adults and for kids.
The title says it all: "Summer"! Celebrating all the wonderful things we love about the season.
This is beautifully written and illustrated. It's one of my very favorites.
Catching fireflies or lightening bugs (as I call them) is a summer tradition.
This book is enchanting and inspiring. My girls and I will be making a mini garden like the one in the book as a fun summer activity this year.
This is a favorite at our house. It's always a pleasure to read.
Great for younger kids, this book is a fun way to welcome summer.
The story of summer through the eyes of a summer house — beautifully illustrated.
A true story that teaches and is fun at the same time. Your little treasure hunters will love it.
I'm not from Maine, but I love the feel of summer that I get when I read this book.
It's a classic and it's beautiful.
I laughed out loud at the end of this book. Kids will love it.
A delightful and imaginative summertime garden adventure.
Lois Ehlert never disappoints. More bugs and insects to explore this summer.
My daughter is fascinated with our garden and how plants grow fruit. This book is informative and beautiful at the same time.
Because manners never go out of season.
I love looking at the nighttime sky during the summer and have also loved Harold's adventure into space.
This one is more for me than for my kids. I love Crockett Johnson and am intrigued with this less-famous work of his.
Spending time at the library is a necessary part of summer; how else would you get your summer reading books?
Gail Gibbons is one of my favorite non-fiction writers for kids. A trip to the zoo is a summer must.Next: Summer Camp Style