Book Report Third Grade

Navigating friendships is hard and no one captures it quite like Shannon Hale and Le Uyen Pham.Hale tells the story of her own struggles to find a healthy friendship throughout elementary school, taking us from her first day of Kindergarten through to Sixth Grade.

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Whimsical Phoebe and her snarky unicorn bff, Marigold Heavenly Nostrils make everyday experiences charming and silly in a clean and colorful art-style.

Similar to , but with a longer story arc and deeper exploration of the characters.

They are sweet and silly and affirming, with a twist that delights adults as well as children. What do you get when you combine a princess and a superhero?

The Princess in Black, a superhero working hard to save the goats from the monsters who want to eat them AND to keep her alter-ego, Princess Marigold, meeting all the social conventions a princess is expected to meet! She loves hot buttered toast and finds herself in silly situations. Mermaid best friends Shelly, Echo, Kiki, and Pearl take the familiar friendship stories of elementary school readers undersea.

We want to lay down a foundation of good experiences with books!

Graphic novels are ideal for building up fun reading experiences for kids.

Mercy Watson is a pig who lives with her doting owners, Mr. The friends learn social skills like inclusion and how to get along with friends and siblings, which is just want young elementary kids love to read about.

Also everyone is a mermaid, so the fish puns will catch you!

Kate and her talking horse Cocoa look out for each other in this sweet early chapter book paired with beautiful watercolor art.

Arnold Lobel knows how to create the perfect little story for young readers.


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