• Third Grade Recommended Reading List

    Third Grade Recommended Reading List

    What is a recommended reading list?
    A recommended reading list is a compilation of titles and authors that are intended to promote good reading habits. There is no greater indicator of a child’s academic success than their reading ability.
    This reading list is comprised of book lists from the New York State Common Core materials alongside classical and contemporary works; including a variety of genres both fiction and non-fiction. These lists were created for independent student reading to foster life-long readers.
    You may, of course, read together:
     By taking turns reading
     By having your child read to you  By reading to your child
    How does a child choose a book?
    1. Choose a book that you think you will enjoy.
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    3. Hold up a finger for each word you are not sure of, or do not know.
    4. If there are five or more words you did not know, you should choose an
    easier book.
    Remember, you may always ask your child’s teacher or media specialist to recommend more titles for your child to explore.
    Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him.
    –Maya Angelo
    Lake Shore Central Schools Recommended Reading List
    Grade 3
    Adler, David
    Bloom, Becky

    Brett, Jan
    Bunting, Eve
    Cleary, Beverly
    Coles, Robert

    DiTerlizzi, Tony

    Gerstein, Modicai
    Henson, Heather
    LaMarche, Jim
    Lundell, Margo
    McKissack, Patricia C.


    Polacco, Patricia
    Pilkey, Dav
    Roy, Ron

    Scieszka, Jon

    Stilton, Geronimo

    Thaler, Mike

    Thomson. Sarah

    Van Allsburg, Chris
    Wood, Audrey and Dan

    A Picture Book of ......series Prairie School
    All Titles
    The Wednesday Surprise
    Ramona Series
    The Story of Ruby Bridges
    Spiderwick Chronicles series
    The Man Who Walked Between the Towers That Book Woman
    The Raft
    A Girl Named Helen Keller
    A Picture of Freedom: The Diary of Clotee, a Slave Girl Clementine series
    All Titles
    Captains Underpants
    A to Z Mysteries
    Time W

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