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Back to School (K-3) Read Alouds

Description: Reading aloud can be a powerful way to build community and shared understanding at the beginning of the school year. (Can be a part of your social/emotional learning curriculum.)

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Title Author Date Added Action
Today I Feel Silly and Other Moods That Make My Day
Jamie Lee Curtis 07/20/2017
Time to Say "Please"!
Mo Willems 07/20/2017
The Secret Knowledge of Grown-Ups
David Wisniewski 07/20/2017
It's Mine!
Leo Lionni 07/20/2017
Leo Lionni 07/20/2017
Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge
Mem Fox 07/20/2017
Leo the Late Bloomer
Robert Kraus 07/20/2017
Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse
Kevin Henkes 07/20/2017
The Giggler Treatment
Roddy Doyle 07/20/2017
The Empty Pot
Demi 07/20/2017
Henry Aaron's Dream
Matt Tavares 07/20/2017
It's Hard to Be Five: Learning How to Work My Control Panel
Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell 07/20/2017
The Quiet Book
Deborah Underwood 07/20/2017
We Are in a Book!
Mo Willems 07/20/2017
Why Do You Cry? Not a Sob Story
Kate Klise 07/20/2017
Pigs Make Me Sneeze! (An Elephant and Piggie Book)
Mo Willems 07/20/2017
Interrupting Chicken
David Ezra Stein 07/20/2017
Nasreen's Secret School: A True Story from Afghanistan
Jeanette Winter 07/20/2017
School for Bandits
Hannah Shaw 07/20/2017
Word After Word After Word
Patricia Maclachlan 07/20/2017
The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes
Mark Pett and Gary Rubinstein 07/20/2017
The Crayon Box that Talked
Michael Letzig and Shane Derolf 07/20/2017
Extra Yarn
Mac Barnett 07/20/2017
Rain School
James Rumford 07/20/2017
The Rainbow Fish
Marcus Pfister 07/20/2017

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