Book Report Third Grade

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Third grade in particular can offer a real challenge when figuring out a bookish gift. And which classic books are too racist, too sexist, or too distant to connect with kids today?

Third grade in particular can offer a real challenge when figuring out a bookish gift. And which classic books are too racist, too sexist, or too distant to connect with kids today?

Kate and her talking horse Cocoa look out for each other in this sweet early chapter book paired with beautiful watercolor art.

Arnold Lobel knows how to create the perfect little story for young readers.

Princess Adrienne gets tired of being in her tower so she runs off with the dragon guarding her to rescue her sisters locked away in their own towers.

A great example of how many ways one idea can be explored!

Books for 3rd graders and beyond are obviously the best gift. The two main things to keep in mind when picking books for 3rd graders are 1) the wide range of reading capabilities for 3rd graders, 2) that reading needs to be fun for kids who are developing their relationship with reading. In 3rd grade, 7- and 8-year-olds might read a couple of grade levels in either direction, meaning kids could be reading anywhere from what’s considered average for a 1st grader to what’s average for a 5th grader. Reading takes practice, so helping kids find books that will give them confidence and help them practice is key.

When buying for kids, books are even better because you can pick out something that will directly help them build skills they need for school. One of the biggest things for kids at this age is getting books they’ll enjoy reading.Pham’s art is beautiful as ever and parents may want a hankie while reading.Your graphic novel reader will be charmed by self-assured Zita, who accidentally transports herself and her diffident best friend Joseph to a planet in turmoil.Adapted from the popular Wings of Fire fantasy series, the five dragonets of have been hidden underground for their whole lives and emerge to find their world overrun with violence and treachery. Ever popular with kids who have a taste for things that are slightly dark and creepy, this graphic novel series follows siblings Emily and Navin as they set out to rescue their mom from a world below the ground filled with freaky monsters and strange allies.If you are looking for a book with Calvin and Hobbs vibes, look no further!Wildly popular Telgemeier is always a hit with kids.Nickelodeon’s fantastic cartoon series serves as the jumping off point for these comic which continue the adventures of Aang and Co. Kids who love Aang and Korra will gobble these books up!Whimsical Phoebe and her snarky unicorn bff, Marigold Heavenly Nostrils make everyday experiences charming and silly in a clean and colorful art-style.Similar to , but with a longer story arc and deeper exploration of the characters.Navigating friendships is hard and no one captures it quite like Shannon Hale and Le Uyen Pham.Hale tells the story of her own struggles to find a healthy friendship throughout elementary school, taking us from her first day of Kindergarten through to Sixth Grade.

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