Summer reading list 2nd 2014


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Summer reading list 2nd 2014

  1. 1. Reading is Fun!! 2nd grade Summer Reading Suggestions Berkeley School Libraries, 2014   Beginning with Chapter Books (*level K-L-M) Andy Shane and the Pumpkin Trick, by Jennifer Jacobson The Big Fat Cow that Goes Kapow, by Andy Griffiths Boris for the Win, by Andrew Joyner Henry and Mudge and the Sneaky Crackers, by Cynthia Rylant Horrible Harry Moves Up to 3rd Grade, by Suzy Kline Katie Woo and Friends, by Fran Manushkin Ivy & Bean, by Annie Barrows Never Glue Your Friends to Chairs (Roscoe Riley Rules), by Katherine Applegate Rabbit and Robot: The sleepover, by Cece Bell Ricky Ricotta’s Mighty Robots, by Dav Pilkey and Dan Santat Stink: The incredible shrinking kid, by Megan McDonaldGraphic Novels We Love! Babymouse: Queen of the World, by Jennifer Holm The Baby-sitters Club: Kristy's great idea, illustrated by Raina Telgemeier Big Nate Makes the Grade, by Lincoln Peirce Bird and Squirrel on the Run!, by James Burks Fashion Kitty, by Charise Mericle Harper Knights of the Lunchtable, by Frank Cammuso Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute, by Jarrett K. Krosoczka Nursery Rhyme Comics, edited by Chris Duffy Squish: Super Amoeba, by Jennifer Holm Stone Rabbit: Superhero stampede, by Erik Craddock Visit your local library this summer! * reading levels based on Fountas & Pinnell system
  2. 2. Having Fun with Chapter Books (level N-O-P) Amy and the Missing Puppy (Critter Club), by Callie Barkley The Battle Begins (Underworlds), by Tony Abbott Brand New School, Brave New Ruby, by Derrick Barnes Hello, Nebulon! (Galaxy Zack), by Ray O’Ryan Keena Ford and the Second Grade Mix-Up, by Melissa Thomson Make Way for Dyamonde Daniels, by Nikki Grimes My Name Is Maria Isabel, by Alma Flor Ada Rise of the Balloon Goons (Notebook of Doom), by Troy Cummings Ruby Lu, Brave and True, by Lenore Look Trouble at Trident Academy (Mermaid Tales), by Debbie Dadey Picture Books Full of Imagination Awesome Dawson, by Chris Gall Battle Bunny, by Jon Sciezka and Mac Barnett Chalk, by Bill Thomson A Dance Like Starlight: One ballerina’s dream, by Kristy Dempsey The Day the Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt Journey, by Aaron Becker Little Red Writing, by Joan Holub Niño Saves the World, by Yuyi Morales Sector 7, by David Wiesner Xander’s Panda Party, by Linda Sue Park Fascinating Nonfiction Actual Size, by Steve Jenkins Bone by Bone: Comparing animal skeletons, by Sara Levine Frog Song, by Brenda Guiberson The Tree Lady: The true story of how one tree loving woman changed a city forever, by H. Joseph Hopkins Martin and Mahalia: His words, her song, by Andrea Davis Pinkney Miguel Cabrera: Baseball superstar, by Matt Doeden No Monkeys, No Chocolate, by Melissa Stewart Our Children Can Soar: A celebration of Rosa, Barack and the pioneers of change, by Michelle Cook Find more recommendations at Mary Ann Scheuer’s website BUSD Library Services