I'm pleased to announce that our library has acquired several new titles thanks to the generous donations of some of our families.
If you have an avid reader at home, you might find that (s)he is constantly "running out of books to read." Local book stores are dwindling. While Amazon proves to be an incredible resource for purchasing new books, it can be difficult to sort through all of the options to find the perfect book for your child. Some of our children may be reading far above grade level. Books written at a higher level often target an older audience and, as such, may tackle issues that our young readers aren't yet prepared for. I want to ensure that students find the perfect book for them. Books are meant to be enjoyed -- loved -- cherished, even. The books on this list are of varying reading difficulties and are appropriate for a wide range of audiences. As such, I've also included my assessment for "reading difficulty" and "maturity."
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Fractured Fairy Tales
Click here to check our our list of elementary level fractured fairy tales.
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New Release! What We See in the Stars
Reading Level: Green
Review by Miss Danielle: My students love this book! It's beautifully illustrated, easy to navigate, and fun to explore. The book is broken into sections: the constellations, the Milky Way, the Moon, the Sun, the Planets, Asteroids, and Deep Space. Each section contains several mini articles. Each illustration matches the text to add to a reader's understanding. I loved the attention to detail, including the carefully placed sparkles for constellations on the cover. I do, however, wish that it was printed a bit larger. This would make a good encyclopedia-size book. Larger font would be preferable.
FTC Disclaimer: I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.