10 BOOKS IN MY SUITCASE: 3RD GRADE #ESTATE2019
At the end of the third grade reading individual has their own flow and most of the guys, while for others who are struggling the gap with peers begins to be evident. Readers are trained, they start to be more selective about the kinds and on the topics that you prefer, you may want to try reading challenging: let are put to the test (with a minimum of discretion)! With the guys in difficulty, play in advance, and look for genres and topics related to their interests: the reading got to do with the single player and the single personality.
Only three recommendations, therefore, and 10 tips for this summer!
1) Annie M. G. Schmidt – Fiep Westendorp, Pluk and the Grangrattacielo, Wolf-Guido
2) Cressida Cowell, How to train a dragon (and the whole series), Rizzoli
3) John Bemelmans Marciano – Sophie Blackall, The witches of Benevento. The magic ring, the Spring editions
4) Chris Riddell, Ottoline and the Cat Yellow, The Beaver
5) Monika Vaicenavičienė, what is a river, Topipittori
6) Alison Davies – Tom Frost, a Small guide to the leaves, Nomos
7) Guido Quartz, The pestilent and the professor, Teka
8) Chiara Carminati, The adventures of Augusta Snorifass, Mondadori
9) Dino Ticli – Andrea Antinori, Plants and animals, and terrible, Lapis
10) Annalisa Road, The hunter of fossils, Editoriale Scienza
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