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These are questions we ask every year and update with new content. This was updated on 6/16/2015. We organize all the responses on our directory page here.
We are looking for suggestions for summer reading lists – for kids or adults!
- Denver Public Library has an awesome program that gives out prizes when kids finish a book. Last year my son recieved a bag, a new book, and a ticket to Elitch’s. He will be joining again this summer (2016)
- We just discovered Mother Bruce and love it! (2016)
- I’m reading Fates and Furies now – long, but SOOOO good! (2016)
- Aurora Public Libraries has good prizes (2016)
- Jeffco public library does a great free summer reading program with prizes. My preschooler loves Pete The Cat series. As a family read aloud we will start Little House on the Prairie Series. (2016)
- Barnes and Noble has a summer reading program…if kids read and complete the summer reading journal, they can earn a free book chosen from the list.
- Arapahoe Library District has a great kids program (2016)
- Check out the list: Books to Read Before they hit Theaters in 2014 (adults) (2015)
- Anything by Roald Dhal. Some favorites include James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Danny the Champion of the World , The BFG (kids 2nd and 3rd graders) (2015)
- Anything by Mo Willems. Some favorites include: Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay up Late and the Knuffle Bunny (kids) (2015)
- Anything by Barbara Kingsolver (adults) (2015)
- Little Bee (adults) (2015)
- The Tale of Edgar Sawtell (adults) (2015)
- The Cam Jamsen series (1st graders) (2015)
- Junie B. Jones series (1st graders) (2015)
- Wonder by R.J. Palacio is a great family read about acceptance and being strong! (2015)
- Anything by Jasper Tomkins (kids) (2015)
- Any book suggested by the wonderful kid’s librarians at the Denver Central library. Gigi, Rachel, Ann and others!!! (2015)
- Parenting book: Off Limits (adults) (2015)
- Life After Life (adults) (2015)
- The Goldfinch (adults) (2015)
- The Interestings (adults) (2015)
- The Language of Flowers (adults) (2015)
- You Know What I Love (kids) (2015)
- Hands Free Mama (adults) (2015)
- Snow White and Rose Red (an alternative to typical princess books for kids) (2015)
Whatcha think? What are we missing?
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