Let us pause to admire the chromatic splendor of this reading log turned in by my young friend William. I was immediately struck by the fantastic color palette he used to fill in his timed reading circles. It is well known I cannot resist a pop of magenta, and look at that pale pink, rich teal, and mint green. I believe this young man must have read this post.
However splendid the color palette, the glory of this reading log is that Mr. W read for 900 minutes (and actually much longer) this summer, along with 6,194 other kids at the Marin County Free Library. Bravo dear friends!!
As I said in this post and this post, I do love to see reading lists that kids have created. I am enchanted by what some may call Mr. W's "printing" but I call "hand lettering." In fact, this is a superb list of reading recommendations for kids in 3rd grade and higher.
- El Deafo
- The Odyssey
- Arms and Armor
- Lost in Babylon
- Falling Up
- Odysseus in the Serpent Maze
- Weirdos From Another Planet
- Sharks and Other Predators
- Guinness World Records 2015
- The Tomb of Shadows
- Middle School- Just My Rotten Luck
- Star Wars the Phantom Bully
- Icarus at the Edge of Time
- Handy Geography Answer Book
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
- Ideas That Changed the World
- Hardy Boys #11 Abracadeath
- A Child's Introduction to the World
- The 39-story Tree House
I do hope you'll place a hold on any of these titles that pique your interest. Amble over to the library to pick them up and check out all the fantastic programs we have going on this month. I am so proud of each and every one of you 6,195 kids who read this summer.
Let us not forget, for many more fantastic reading suggestions, visit both my Miss Kitty Pinterest page, the MCFL page, and the MCFL Kids page. Follow just mine or all three for lots of great reading suggestions. If you aren't already a member of Pinterest, you'll need to sign up. It's free and easy.