After another tumultuous school year on several accounts, summer vacation is a welcome break for kids.
While children need to step away from academics for a while, they still need to be read to and to read independently if their skill set allows. One of the best ways to keep children listening/reading is to seek out books that are light-hearted and fire the imagination, such as the books reviewed today.
It’s a proven fact that kids who don’t read (or are not read to) over the summertime will fall behind their peers when they return to school. Your public library has just about everything a kid could ask for in the reading world your local library is eager to help. What’s more, your public library’s offerings are free of charge. That’s a real win-win.
Empower kids with a summertime of terrific books that they won’t be graded on. Instead, keep