Here are some non-fiction titles about summer. Please check out these titles and others at your local library. Happy Summer Reading!!!
Children are introduced to different facts about summer.
Children are taken on a tour of summer and are shown the different activities that one can see and do during the summer.
Children get answers about various things about summer.
Children are given answers on what makes the season of summer.
Children are given explanation about sunburns and skin conditions.
A demonstration on different paper crafts and other crafts that one can make for the summer.
Summer is a time of seeing new places, new people and finding out new things about oneself. Here are some more middle grade summer tales. Please check out these titles and others at your local library. Happy Summer Reading!!!
Lies told during a game of truth-or-dare brings trouble to a girl when she returns home at the end of summer.
A drama filled summer that does not go according to plan. A sequel to My life in pink & green.
Two girls become friends through their love of dogs, but the prejudices surrounding them threatens their friendship.
A young boy inherits an apartment that is like a video game and must solve puzzles to get the treasure at the end.
Old enemies must put their differences and work together to publish a newspaper.
Set in the 1930’s a young girl has to spend the summer with her eccentric grandmother, but learns to understand and admire her grandmother.
A young girl visits her grandmother in the south and realizes that she is the only relative that has inherited the family magical legacy.
An emotional summer in which two siblings have to deal with the possibility of moving and a visit from their country singer mother.
The saga of the Fitzgerald-Trouts continued with this installment having them saved their island from their father Johnny trout.
Summer is a time to travel. Many take trains, buses, boats and airplanes to get to their destinations. One simple mood of transport is through books. Jump in to these middle grade summer reads and let them take you where they will. Happy Summer Reading!!!
A boy sent to music camp encounters a bully.
A young girl finds out her mother has cancer and discovers many lessons in the journey to helping her.
A widowed father and his four daughters has an adventured filled summer.
A girl from the Bronx has an island adventure filled with mystery.
A twelve-year-old girl spends her summer in New Mexico and learns new things about herself.
A girl at summer camp invents a prankster sibling to gain popularity and her neglected best-friend reveals the truth.
A summer with grandmother turns out to be a lot more exciting than one expects.
A young girl deals with grief while spending her summer at a Shakespearean theater festival.
Summer is here!!!
Check out these titles at your local library.
Gretchen Over The Beach by A.W. Alley
Splash, Anna Hibicus! by Atinuke & Lauren Tobia
Roller Coaster by Marla Frazee
Duck & Goose Go To The Beach by Tad Hills
Water In The Park: A Book About Water &The Times of The Day by Stephanie Graegen
Out of The Blue by Alison Jay
Mouse First Summer by Lauren Thompson
Carl’s Summer by Alexandra Day
Summer is the time of freedom and discovery. Some go to other countries to find themselves and others discover secrets right in their backyard. Here are some middle grade fiction coming of age stories. Happy Summer Reading!!
Sure Signs of Crazy by Karen Harrington
Dreamer Wisher Liar by Charise Mericle Harper
The Swift Boys & Me by Kody Keplinger
Some Kind of Happiness by Claire Legrand
The Family Fletcher Takes Rock Island by Dana Alison Levy
Please check out these titles at your local library.
I found this wonderful non-fiction text on birds and thought I would share a list of non-fiction titles on birds that I enjoyed and think you will too. Happy Reading!!!
Birds Make Nests by Michael Garland
A look on how different nests are made by different birds.
About Birds: A guide for Children by Cathry Sill and Illustrated by John Sill
An introduction to birds from flight to nests. Detailed resources on the birds mentioned in the back.
Thunder Birds by Jim Arnosky
A look on different birds of prey with life size illustrations.
Mama Built A Little Nest by Jennifer Ward
A poetic look on different ways bird nests are constructed.
Vulture View by April Pulley Sayre
The habits of the Turkey Vulture.
Owls by Gail Gibbons
Information on everything you need to know about owls.
Please check out these titles at your local library.
Thunder Underground by Jane Yolen
A collection of poems the looks into the underground and digs deeper.
Feel The Beat: Dance Poems that Zing from Salsa to Swing by Marilyn Singer
Poems that introduces the reader to different dances that exist in different cultures around the world.
Beauty and the Beast retold by Cynthia Rylant
A tale as old as time retold with an interesting ending.
The Crane Girl adapted by Curtis Manley
A young boy saves a crane and his life is never the same.
Three Billy Goats Gruff by Jerry Pinkney
A new look on an old fable.
Please let me know your thoughts below. Happy reading!
Jim Arnosky is an Artist, Naturalist and Author. He writes amazing non-fiction books on the natural world for children and his illustrations are breath taking. Here are some titles please check them out at your local library. All these non-fiction titles are good for grades 1-5. Happy Reading!!!
The earth contains many things. The Collections below are poems about the different nuances of the earth. Happy Reading!!!
Here are some picture books featuring whales. Please check out these titles and others at your local library.