Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Great Books I Might Recommend For a Beginning Reader

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This is what I do every day.



I recommend books to beginning readers. I'm a school librarian. Our school has students who are PreK to second grade. Everyone at my school is a beginning reader.


Here are some that I've recommended this year with good results:
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Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Confidence builder.


This is Not My Hat and I Want My Hat Back. The author came to our school last year and our kids are now his biggest fans.

 
Press Here. Interactive.



All the Elephant & Piggie books. Goofy funny.


All the Fly Guy books. It's a chapter book, with real chapters. But readable.


The Big Fat Cow That Goes Kapow. Looks like a big thick book but it only has a few words on each page. And it's funny.


Frog and Toad books. Real chapter books.





Readable. And scary.


A big, wacky dog.


 A little scary and funny.


 I bet you have recommendations for me, too. Please share them. I always need recommendations for great books for early readers.



13 comments:

  1. Great list! I remember Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? xD

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  2. :') I love this list. I hope Frog and Toad books will remain popular choices in future generations to come because they played such a big role in my childhood. Same with Eric Carl books. So good to meet a librarian! I've always loved my school librarians.

    Here's my Top Ten!

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  3. Great list. My son has read quite a few of these as he is at the beginner reading stage as well. I love that you made this list geared towards the youngest readers out there.
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  4. I love Press Here! It's such a unique book.

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  5. What a fun list..even though I've never read any of the books. :) And thank you for stopping by my TTT! :)

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  6. Love posts like this! It's great to encourage youngsters to get into reading early :D

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  7. A perfect Top Ten subject list for you. I'm familiar with most of these books, but haven't read all of those. Nice to see an Aussie make the list too!

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  8. I just ordered a whole bunch of Andy Griffiths books for my school library. Very popular.

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  9. I love reading children's books to my little sisters, so this list is perfect for me. I also remember reading some of these when I was younger, which is bringing back nostalgia.

    Thanks for stopping by my TTT and sorry for taking a few days to return the favor!

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  10. The books look so amazing! Great choices!

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  11. those are so great. frog and toad was my favorite as a kid. I love your recommendations!

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