Sunday, June 12, 2011

The LBBC's 2011 Summer Reading List is Now Available

Do you follow my other site, the Latin Baby Book Club? Each year, we publish a summer reading list. And the 2011 edition is now live! This is a great resource for bilingual families who are helping their kids maintain their reading skills during the summer by participating in a library or online summer reading program.

These summer reading lists are super because they don't offer an overwhelming number of titles, but they do list a variety of books for newborns to young adults.

I already mentioned some great online programs, so I won't do that again. But don't forget that the LBBC and MommyMaestra also have some free printable reading logs in English and Spanish to help you and your kids keep track of their reading progress. (You can find them in my sidebar under "Free Downloads.")

2 comments:

  1. My son is still very young and can't read, but I'll have a look at the books and the reading logs. I'm always grateful for book recommendations, otherwise, I end up spending hours in bookshops/online bookshops :) Thanks!

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  2. The good thing is that we include a section of books that are good read-alouds for young children. Even though he can't read, it's still important to read to him every day to develop his literacy skills!!

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