Many schools assign some kind of summer reading but the vacation months are also a great time for children to spend plenty of time with books of their own choosing. How do you find out what might appeal to a young friend or family member?
Head for the physical or online bookshelves prepared with the Children’s Choices 2015 Reading List. Sponsored by the International Literacy Association and Children’s Book Council, each year 12,500 children from around the United States read and vote for the newly published children’s and young adults’ books they like best. Organized by grade level, the books are divided into lists for K-2, 3-4, 5-8.