The Gulfport Public Library's Summer Reading Kick-Off Party is June 8. There will be a moon walk, games, face painting and more!
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Patch has teamed up with James Patterson’s READKIDDOREAD program to bring you reading lists for every age.
Adventure, magic, smart kids, and amazing kids. Here are some books that are sure to enthrall kids on summer vacation. Read one, or read ‘em all – post your thoughts in the comments. Or, if we missed your favorite book, tell us in the comments! Dead End in Norvelt by Jack Gantos Two months of being grounded during summer vacation change Jack Gantos’ life forever. Especially since it involves the mysterious chore of typing obituaries for his intriguing neighbor. Charlie Joe Jackson’s Guide to Not Reading by Tommy Greenwald What happens when Charlie Joe Jackson, the most reluctant reader EVER has to actually read a book? Big Nate in a Class by Himself (Big Nate series) by Lincoln Peirce Things don’t always go your way just because you’re …
Patch partners with James Patterson’s READKIDDOREAD program to bring you reading lists for every age. Here are some great illustrated books.
This list of illustrated books are for kids ages 2 to 7. The best way to encourage reading is to help kids fall in love with the activity. This list of books is so much fun. Plus it includes books young readers can start to read TO you! Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton, Illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld Who do you think will win, Shark or Train? Blackout by John Rocco A summer blackout can actually be a great party! Dog and Bear: Two Friends, Three Stories by Laura Vaccaro Seeger Read about the adventures of best friends, Dog and Bear. Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! by Mo Willems What happens when a pigeon volunteers to drive a bus? An engaging story in question and answer format where you can decide his fate. Extra Yarn by Mac Barnett…
Patch and James Patterson’s READKIDDOREAD offer reading lists for every age. Here are picks for ages 11 and older.
Fantasy, adventure and first love. Summer reading is the ultimate escape, whether you're a teen hanging out at the beach or pool, or spending time at home. Read one, or read ‘em all – post your thoughts in the comments. Or, if we missed your favorite book, tell us in the comments! Great Advanced Reads for Tweens and Teens Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs A thrilling reading experience which combines fantasy with haunting vintage photography. Find out what happens when 16-year old Jacob discovers the ruins of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus series) by Rick Riordan After rebuilding Camp Half-Blood, Kronos, Percy and their friends inherit a quest for which they need help…