You could be searching for a gift you can give your students as a thank-you for a fantastic academic year as the end of the year draws near. From renowned classics to sentimental and humorous new releases, our reading specialists who also help with coursework have chosen books that your class will remember forever.
The Day the Banana Went Bad
A visual book about accepting your differences and loving yourself.
Since a banana may be a little bruised, but that doesn’t make him any less clever, he decides enough is enough when he is placed in the “reject” bin with the other misshapen fruit and vegetables. So, cherish those lumps! And acknowledge what makes you unique! Because things can occasionally turn out for the best.
A hilarious book on embracing your uniqueness!
Stories from Around the World
The heroines and heroes in this collection of four illustrated chapter books triumph with courage and tenacity, whether it’s saving their loved ones from harm or escaping the cave of a very lethargic bear. The complete illustrations in these tales from Zambia, Russia, Ireland, and Brazil help beginning readers understand the material and become fully absorbed in the narrative.
A Medal for Leroy
The cost of keeping family secrets buried is the subject of this novel. It also deals with the emotional adjustments needed after the truth is revealed. Walter Tull, the son of a white English mother and a black Barbados father, served as the model for Leroy’s story.
One Dog and His Boy
A reputable detective organization is following the two kids and five dogs as they travel from London to Northumberland. Can they escape detection with the help of a circus, a children’s home, and a monarchy?
This tale demonstrates how man and dog truly are best friends who support one another through every struggle.
Mac B., Kid Spy: The Impossible Crime
In this brand-new adventure, Mac visits a historic Irish castle in order to uncover the mystery, and the action never stops. He comes across everything there, including vicious king cobras, strange ice sculptures, and even a centuries-old revenge scheme! Will you be able to figure out the enigma ahead of Mac? The book includes full-color pictures on every page as well as historical details that are expertly incorporated into the story. Don’t miss the most recent book of “Mac B., Kid Spy,” the most brilliant and hilarious new series ever.
The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark
Despite having a voracious hunger and an adventurous spirit, Plop the baby barn owl is terrified of the dark. This is the story of how, with a little help from some good people, he comes to appreciate the beauty of the night.
The Ugly Five Early Reader
A repetitious and rhyming book like The Ugly Five could entice kids to participate in the narrative. Therefore, it would be appropriate for the first-, second-, and third-grade classes.
The book is intriguing because it instills in kids the value of treating people with kindness, cooperating effectively with others on a team, and letting go of self-consciousness.