Most parents do not have a problem keeping their child physically active during the summer break, but it is often a challenge to keep your child engaged in reading or other academic exercises, making the transition back to school routine difficult. As personal electronics and game systems become more accessible to younger audiences, the child’s desire for and time to read diminish. Nurturing a student’s love of learning is critical in a child’s development. Finding a good book for your child to read is an easy step towards developing life long learners.
Here is a recommended summer reading list of books, that are age appropriate and will engage a student’s imagination and critical thinking: