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2012 Summer Reading List: Kindergarten

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Bella and Stella Come Home

Bella and Stella Come Home
By Anika Denise

Lucy, a young bear, starts her day determined to make a new friend, but her enthusiasm leads to all sorts of problems until an unexpected friend finds her just as she is about to give up.

Fiesta Fiasco

Fiesta Fiasco
B
y Ann Whitford Paul

When shopping for Culebra's birthday, Conejo has an ulterior motive when he convinces his friends Iguana and Tortuga to buy all the wrong presents. A glossary of Spanish words is included.

Good Night Little Monster

Goodnight, Little Monster
By Helen Kettman

Rhyming text describes a mother guiding her young monster through bedtime preparations, such as howling at the moon, snacking on worm juice and beetle bread, and choosing a bedtime story.

Pirate of Kindergarten

The Pirate of Kindergarten
By George Ella Lyon

Ginny's eyes play tricks on her, making her see everything double, but when she goes to vision screening at school and discovers that not everyone sees this way, she learns that her double vision can be cured.

The Earth Book

The Earth Book
By Todd Parr

Young readers are introduced to the importance of conservation and provided with ideas to live an environmentally friendly lifestyle, such as planting trees, using both sides of a piece of paper, and recycling.

The Apple Pie Tree

The Apple Pie Tree
B
y Zoe Hall

An apple tree is described as it grows and flowers and then produces its fruit, while in its branches robins make a nest, lay eggs, and raise a family. A recipe for apple pie is included.

You Will Be My Friend

You Will Be My Friend!
By Peter Brown

Lucy, a young bear, starts her day determined to make a new friend, but her enthusiasm leads to all sorts of problems until an unexpected friend finds her just as she is about to give up.

Yuck

Yuck! That’s Not a Monster!
By Angela McAllister

As Mr. and Mrs. Monster's three eggs begin to hatch, they happily welcome the first two ugly little monsters to come out, but they are shocked and disappointed when they see what pops out of their last egg.

This list was compiled from sources including The Houston Area Independent Schools Library Network and The Parkway (MO) Summer Reading List Committee.


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