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Entries in chapter books (40)

Tuesday
Jun202017

what avery's reading

A late update on #whataverysreading.  Happy first day of summer and here’s to slower days, warm nights and catching up on all those books you wanted to read during the year (that’s me).

Thursday
May112017

reading without walls

Have you all taken the Reading Without Walls challenge yet?  National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Gene Luen Yang encourages us to “find something new and different to read — and let books open up the world around you.”  Here are three ways to read without walls:

1. Read a book about a CHARACTER who doesn’t look like you or live like you.

2. Read a book about a TOPIC you don’t know much about.

3. Read a book in a FORMAT that you don’t normally read for fun. This might be a chapter book, a graphic novel, a book in verse, a picture book, or a hybrid book.

Be sure to download the Reading Without Walls Activity Kit here.  We'd love to see what everyone is reading — don’t forget to tag your photos with #ReadingWithoutWalls!

Tuesday
May092017

What Avery's Reading

#whataverysreading as of late — cats in space, a baseball player turned princess, a trio of orphans suffering a series of unfortunate events, middle school super heroes, an exceptionally terrible pranking duo, a kid genius-scientist and of course, her absolute favorite, Lunch Lady.  Direct quote from Avery — “Lunch Lady can’t be beat.”

Wednesday
Apr192017

what avery's reading

The latest installment of #whataverysreading.  Her favorites of the bunch—Fuku Fuku: Kitten Tales and the new Daisy Dreamer series.  We’d love to hear which great books you all are flipping through this week, and which ones are in your stacks waiting to be read.

Tuesday
Mar282017

what avery's reading

#whataverysreading as of late.  She’s reading The Boxcar Children for the first time including Journey on a Runaway Train (published in February and the first in a new mini-series called The Boxcar Children Great Adventure).  Taking recommendations — what are some of everyone’s favorite Boxcar stories that we should seek out?