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Great Books for Kids to Read in September

Sep 08 2020 by readling 215 views

Did you know that September used to be the 7th month of the year? This is the time when all the squirrels starts stocking up nuts for Winter. Let's stock up books to read for the coming winter too!

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Kids' favorite books for Read a Book Day (September 6th)

On and on you will hike. And I know you'll hike far. And face up to your problems whatever they are.
---- Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You'll Go!

Read a Book Day falls on September 6th. Celebrate with day with your favorite books!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar: This books which was written by Eric Carle depicts the whole life cycle of a caterpillar.

Blueberries for Sal: Sal and her mother are picking blueberries to can for the winter with a mommy bear on the other side of the hill with a baby bear. The baby bear follows the wrong mother (OOPs!) and what will happen next?

The Giving Tree: What is love? Is there a "tree" somewhere in our lives that gives up everything for love?

Oh, the Places You'll Go! : Dr. Seuss describes things that happen in life and encourages every little one to be courageous and persistent.

Back to School Children's Books

It's time to go back to school. Although a lot of homework comes together with school, learning is fun!

Great Books to Commemorate 9/11 Remembrance Day (September 11)

Read and learn about history. History can be sad, but it teaches us how to move forward.

What Were the Twin Towers?: A powerful addition to the informational What was/were... non-fiction series. Discover the whole story of the Twin Towers--from their ambitious construction to their tragic end.

America Is Under Attack: September 11, 2001: The Day the Towers Fell: On the nineteenth year anniversary of the September 11 tragedy, here is a straightforward and sensitive book for a generation of readers too young to remember that terrible day which was awarded School Library Journal's Best Nonfiction Books of 2011.

I Survived the Attacks of September 11th, 2001: I survived series tells stories of young people and their resilience and strength in the midst of unimaginable disasters of turmoil. What did Lucas experience on Sep 11, 2001? How did he survive?

Towers Falling: Dèja sets off a journey of discovery about home and community with her friends. She gradually unveils answers to big questions about who she is, what America means, and how communities can grow and heal, and she uncovers more new questions. Has she found all the answers?

Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story: This book looks at the days leading up to the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and how that day impacted the lives of four middle schoolers.

Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J. Harvey: John J. Harvey fireboat came back to the battle field fighting against the roaring flames in 2001. This is an inspiring true story that tells us old heroes never die.

Escape From The Twin Towers: Ranger in Time series tell gripping stories about the time-traveling golden retriever with search-and-rescue training. Ranger travels to New York City on the morning of the 9/11 attacks and what happens to Ranger when in face of danger?

Eleven: Eleven writes about the journey of a boy turning eleven on 9/11. It's a story about bullies and heroes. About tragedy and hope.

Beautiful books for kids to read and enjoy Positive Thinking Day - September 13th

“Thinking ish-ly allowed ideas to flow freely.”
Peter H. Reynolds, Ish



Ish: If you love the award-winning picture book The Dot, you will love this one too! In this gentle and sweet fable,, a creative spirit learns that thinking “ish-ly” is far more wonderful than “getting it right” .

We're All Wonders: This is a story about Auggie, a boy who is long to belong and to be seen for who he truly is. Not only Auggie, every kid has a same dream and expect for kindness.

Last Stop on Market Street: CJ and his grandma ride the bus across town. But today, CJ wonders why they don't own a car like his friend Colby. Why doesn’t he have an iPod like the boys on the bus? How come they always have to get off in the dirty part of town? Each question is met with an encouraging answer from grandma, who helps him see the beauty—and fun—in their routine and the world around them.

This world is full of colors and beauty, only for those who can see them.

The Book of Mistakes: "Mistakes" can blossom into inspiration if you don't give up. It is a great gift to encourage readers to have a positive outlook as they learn to face life’s obstacles.

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