Every Friday this summer I am sharing some of my favorite things with you! The month of June is focused on books!
Check out past Friday Favorites…
This week I’m sharing some of my students’ favorite book series with you. My group this year liked many different types of books so I wanted to share some of their favorites. I definitely have stocked my library up with these series for next year…
Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinsey – My students for the last few years have all loved the Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series. They find them funny and I have many kids that once they start they then want to read the whole series.
My Weird School by Dan Gutman – This series became a huge favorite this year! Again these are relatable because they are about school and they are also humorous. Some of my more reluctant readers have really enjoyed these and it’s helped them catch the reading bug.
Who Was, What Was Series by Various Authors – My only non-fiction series in this post – but these are amazing! These are definitely higher level books, but for some of my kiddos this was a great challenge. These books are awesome because they provide so much information. There are many written on different people, places, and events in history!
Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew by Carolyn Keene – I loved reading Nancy Drew as a kid, but that was many, many years ago (I won’t tell how you how many). Here is a newer Nancy Drew series with the same characters, but the stories are more relevant and modern.
I Survived Series by Lauren Tarshis – I love this series as do many of my students. If you have students who love non-fiction, this would be a great fiction series for them. It takes real events in history and provides information through a fictional story.
Judy Moody and Stink by Megan McDonald – Students also find Judy Moody and Stink funny. Judy and Stink are brother and sister so often kids will read both series. Great for kids to relate to because most having siblings and can relate to the squabbles and funny stories.
Clementine by Sara Pennypacker – I mentioned Clementine last week. It is great for a read aloud, but also a fun series for students to read independently. Most kids love funny stories and Clementine definitely does some funny, crazy things.
Big Nate by Lincoln Peirce – This is a newer series that my kids have enjoyed this year. The comic book/chapter book is definitely very popular right now. This series appealed to some of my reluctant readers because of it being comics.
Next week I’ll share some of my favorite books to use for class and small group book studies!