Last week I gave you 7 Ways to Turn a BOOK HATER into a BOOK READER!
If you know a reluctant reader use those steps and these book lists to help you find the right book.
I know there are far too many reluctant readers out there that are missing out on not only a ton of awesome and entertaining books, but they are also missing out on the benefits for being a reader.
- Are Less Stressed
- Have a Larger Vocabulary
- Have Stronger Thinking Skills
- Have Better Focus and Concentration
- Have Better Speaking Skills
- Appreciate Other Places and Cultures
- Keep Brain Stimulated
- Have Better Memory
- Improves Creativity
- Are Better Writers
Over the next few weeks I will be sharing with you book lists for reluctant readers aka people that don't like to read. I have broken the lists down by age. Today, you get...
Books for Reluctant Readers in
Kindergarten and First Grade
Read this book over and over again.
This is the first in a series of picture books. Start with Pinkalicious and go from there when she falls in love with this one.
Mo Willems has a series of Pigeon books. These appeal to everyone and fun to read aloud.
This series has both fiction and non-fiction books that are great.
A great series with pictures in a "early chapter book" format. Very well written.
This is the first book of many great picture books and early chapter books.
Almost all of these books are the first of a series. Getting kids reading and enjoying a series is a way to get them reading all summer long.
Happy Summer Reading even for Reluctant Readers!