Read Aloud Booklist #4

Try out these read aloud suggestions with your students! You can ask your teacher if he/she has any of these books, or you can check them out at the library.


Mailing May (Based on a true story of a five year old girl who gets “mailed” to her grandma’s for a visit.) By Michael O. Tunnell  Gr. K-2

Make Way for Ducklings (Follow Mrs. Mallard and her 8 ducklings across Boston.) By Robert McCloskey  Gr. K-2

Marven of the Great North Woods (Ten year old Marven is sent to a logging camp when his parents want to save him from a plague.) By Kathryn Lasky  Gr. K-4

Max (His parents are both superheroes, but Max is a late bloomer who can’t even fly.) By Bob Graham  Gr. K

Me, All Alone at the End of the World  (A boy lives alone in a beautiful, undeveloped setting until a businessman discovers him and decides to build.) By M.T. Anderson  Gr. 2+

Micawber (A squirrel who frequents the skylight above the Metropolitan Museum of Art discovers how the art is made.) By John Lithgow  Gr. K-2

Mighty Jackie (A little-known but true story of a seventeen year old girl who dreamed of pitching against the best, and saw her dream come true.) By Marissa Moss  Gr. 1-4

The Minpins (A small boy disobeys his mother and enters a dark forest. He does meet the monster she warned him about, but he also meets tiny people who help him get away.) By Roald Dahl  Gr. K-4

Mirette on the High Wire (Set many years ago in Paris, a young girl helps a tightrope walker regain his confidence.) By Emily Arnold McCully  Gr. K-2

Miss Nelson is Missing (This is a series about a teacher who is missed by her students only after she is replaced by substitute Viola Swamp.) By Harry Allard  Gr. K-4

Molly Bannaky (A nonfiction book about the grandmother of African American scientist, Benjamin Banneker.) By Alice McGill  Gr. 3-8

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2 Responses to Read Aloud Booklist #4

  1. beth van arkel says:

    Thanks for the list; did you send # 1-3 as I don’t remember seeing them?  I hope your meeting was fruitful at ICS.  Beth

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