Series to Read All Summer Long | Summer Reads

Series to Read All Summer Long | Summer Reads

Summer Reads – Series to Read All Summer Long

 

School may be out for the summer, but a child’s curiosity doesn’t take a vacation. Keep your kid questioning, exploring, and discovering with an exciting chapter book series!

If they love animals, introduce them to A Dog’s Day. Told from the dog’s point of view, these stories give readers a close look at the lives of working dogs.

If they prefer classics, The Boxcar Children® Mysteries will keep them turning pages all summer, no joke. There are over 150 books in the series!

If they enjoy new takes on old favorites, The Boxcar Children® Interactive Mysteries is the way to go. From a haunted hotel to the Wild West, the Aldens are counting on your child to follow the clues and solve the mystery.

If they like superheroes, Zapato Power will show them how they can make a difference in their own neighborhood, no special shoes required.

Summer is the perfect time for kids to immerse themselves in another world, so encourage them to dive into a series that will last all season!

Imagination: Every Kid’s Secret Superpower

This month, we’re celebrating the power of imagination to entertain, educate, and inspire kids of all ages. And what better time to do it than October, which ends with the most imaginative holiday of all?

SLJ Fall 2020 Day of Dialog Giveaway

Entries will be accepted from 8:00 AM/CST on October 15, 2020 to 11:59 PM on October 18, 2020. One winner will be chosen at random to receive a selection of 15 hardcover titles from Albert Whitman & Co.’s Fall 2020 front list.

A Dog’s Day Books 1-4 Giveaway

Spend a day in the life of a working dog! Enter to win the first 4 books in the series!

Make a Splash with these Hot Reads | Summer Reads

Summer is for book lovers! For a few months, kids have fewer commitments, which means more time to read. During the day, they can soak up a story along with the sun, and at night, they can stay up late to finish one more chapter—with parental permission, of course.