Kids Books - Reviews by Grade Level

Smile

By Raina Telgemeier
566 ratings924 reviews
  • awesomeisme
    We have this book in the library, I've read it 5 times and I'm still not bored of it! I'm going to ask for it on my birthday. Here is a review for those who haven't read it: Raina is getting braces and is not looking forward to it. So at girls scout camp she asks her friends that have braces wha...

Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth

By Jane O'Connor
30 ratings38 reviews
  • carlynicole
    Nancy has everything to solve a mystery, from her trench coat to her top-secret code. Kids who loved Nancy Drew will be ready for a chapter book about Nancy’s new adventures as a “super sleuth.” I read this to my younger sister and she absolutely loved it! My sister enjoyed this book so much beca...

Fly Guy Presents: Space

By Tedd Arnold
1 ratings1 reviews
  • scooby333
    scooby3334 stars
    This book gives you many facts on space. It is a great book to learn about science. I really enjoyed it. You should read it.

Fly Guy Presents: Dinosaurs

By Tedd Arnold
1 ratings1 reviews
  • scooby333
    scooby3334 stars
    I loved this book! It taught me many things I didn't know about dinosaurs. It was super easy to read too! You should read it.

Madeline

By Ludwig Bemelmans
2 ratings3 reviews
  • larie34
    larie343 stars
    This book was ok. It is about Madeline and her orphanage goes walking. Madeline desides to look over the bridge and then falls in. A dog comes and saves her!!!! There is a lot more to the story but I won't talk about it. I recommend this book for ages 5-8 year olds.

Giraffes Can't Dance

By Giles Andreae
2 ratings3 reviews
  • Nan
    Reminds me of Leo the Late Bloomer. Good book to use when talking about strengths and talents.

Good Night, Gorilla

By Peggy Rathmann
1 ratings1 reviews
  • skybluepink
    This mischievious gorilla makes my son laugh and teaches young children different animals. Very cute picture book and easy to follow for young children.

The Ant and the Grasshopper: A Retelling of Aesop's Fable (My First Classic Story)

By Mark White, Aesop, Sara Rojo
1 ratings1 reviews
  • missmarie2014dogo
    I read this book out loud on my front porch. I liked that I could reference ants and grasshoppers that might live in the field in the vacant lot across the street. The moral of this fable is that there's a time for work and a time for play. I thought this was perfect for young children who try...

The Twits

By Roald Dahl
2 ratings4 reviews
  • coolnicki477
    In the book the Twits two wicked people always play tricks on each other. They only cooperate on one thing, they love bird pie. So they catch some birds, puts them into pie and eats them. The upside down monkeys help the birds avoid the evil pair and get some revenge on them!

Junie B., First Grader: Toothless Wonder (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))

By Barbara Park
5 ratings5 reviews
  • jawsluvr
    you should read it it's really funny. and epic. junie b tried to keep her tooth in. but it feel out.

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