Childrens Book Reviews
Childrens Book Reviews are key to having a library of materials in your hands to help build student achievement, promote reading and further develop comprehension skills.
I have read thousands of books through my years and have found that many are "fluff" - but a few gems that I would never want to teach without!
This list is to help you find high content, great books to spend your time reading with your students.
I have included fiction and non-fiction titles. Most teachers try to have a balance of both in read alouds, shared reading, guided reading, and in their classroom library.
So, before you spend money on a book look it over for yourself and make sure it meets your students' needs.
At the top of this page are my reviews, and below there are tons of books submitted by other visitors to this page.
I hope they help!
Read my thoughts on:
Cows in the Kitchen
by June Crebbin and Katharine McEwen
Andrew's Loose Tooth
by Robert Munsch
by Flora Mcdonnell
5 Little Monkeys
5 Green and Speckled Frogs
Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willams
The Great Bellybutton Cover-Up by Susan Ross
Do you have favorite books that should be part of this list?
I know you do!
So, write up your review and share it in the form below.
You are free to post as many book reviews as you like. If you opt in - you will receive an email notification if your post receives comments.
Please know that reviews that are longer, or more detailed, receive more answers and are more often visited with a greater frequency.
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