You should be reading to your children every single day. If they can read they should be doing it every single day. Your children need to see you reading as well, it’s equally important. Kids should be taught the value of books. They are treasures to be treated respectfully. I’m telling you right now, if your kid loves to read they will be a star. We’ve put your child’s summer reading list together for you. Start reading now.
Suggested Reading for 18 months–3 years
Your child will love these books and sure to become their all time favorites.
by Xavier Deneux
A sturdy book for youngsters that invite a hands on experience. Little ones can trace the shapes of the animals while learning fun factors.
by Steve Light
A aboard book that becomes interactive as the kids make the sounds of the vehicles. Brooom! This is a series of books that features :Planes, Trains, Diggers, and Boats.
by Marvel Press
One of the first skills a child learns to his colors. In this book super hero’s are dressed in different colors creating opportunities for kids to recognize and name the colors. A clever way to re enforce the skill. Books can do that!
There Was An Old Women Who Lived in a Shoe
by Jane Cabrera
An old classic revisited with bright illustrations and fresh new verse. Kids actually memorize this book and love retelling the story.
Touch and Explore the Ocean
by Natalie Choux
Colorful illustrations encourage kids to lift the flap and touch and feel the animals that live in the sea. Children will delight in this hands on experience.
Suggested Reading for 3–6 years
by Cynthia Weil
Familiar animals are illustrated but the twist is the sounds they make are different in English and Spanish. A fun and engaging for kids and they love repeating the sounds.
Flying Frogs and Walking Fish
by Steve Jenkins
This wonderful little book explores how animals move. Does an elephant fly? This will certainly bring smiles to your child face and while learning new animal facts.
Old MacDonald Had A Truck
by Steve Goetz
That’s right on his farm he had a truck and all sorts of constructions vehicles. And the very fun part is Mrs. MacDonald was the one that fixed the vehicles. This book is not just for boys.
by Il Sung Na
Much like Night At the Museum., monkey waits for all the zoo keepers to leave at night to begin his adventures at the zoo.
Don’t Say That Word
by Alan Katz
This book is so much fun. Michael comes home from school very excited to share the details of his day. Every time he starts telling his Mom about what happened at school but she just won’t let him finish what he is trying to say.
Don’t waste one minute more. Read to your munchkins each and every day. Curl up on the coach, cut off the TV and enjoy the book together. Not only will you have a smarter kid, you will have a happier kid too.