Last week, temperatures in Dallas reached about 93 degrees. For some reason, when I feel hot, I visit the library. Summer is for libraries and reading in Texas, because it’s too hot to do anything else! If you need any book inspiration for the summer, check out some of my previous book list posts:
Start your baby’s life off right with this list of books for babies.
Keep your toddler occupied with some of these fun toddler books.
Your preschooler will spend hours begging you to reread these classic books for preschoolers.
Once your child can start reading to herself, give her these early readers to occupy her summer hours.
Elementary-aged boys will love the adventure and animal bonding in these classic stories.
For elementary-aged girls, try a some of these adventurous and heart-warming books.
If you have a middle-schooler, he will probably enjoy some of my favorite books for middle school.
Junior high kids will appreciate the humor and character depth in this book list.
Teens (or adults who enjoy YA) can choose from this book list for teen girls, or teen boys.
Inspire your children with the lives of real people and give them biographies to read this summer.
If you’re looking to add some romance to your summer, try any of these books on my favorite romance books list.
If sci-fi is more your thing, check out some of my favorite sci-fi books.
If you want some random book ideas, try some of my favorite books from 2011 or free books I read on my phone.
I’ve also linked to Come Together Kids, which has a great link party going on right now for book lists and book-related activities for children.
Wow, that’s a lot of links. Should keep you busy all summer! 😉