Kids Read Aloud List February 2011

In January I started reading aloud to the big girls against their will.  I thought I would start trying to keep track of what we’ve been reading each month.  Since Bailey is 8 and Piper is 5, I do different books with each of them.  Bailey and I read mostly chapter books, one chapter per night.  Piper and I mostly read picture books.  So, here’s what we read for February:

Bailey

  1. The SOS File by Betsy Byars, Laurie Myers, and Betsy Duffy:  80 pages, ages 8-12
  2. The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes:  96 pages, ages 6-10

Piper

  1. The Stupids Die by Harry G. Allard, Jr.: 32 pages, ages 5-8
  2. The Stupids Have a Ball by Harry G. Allard, Jr.:  32 pages, ages 5-8
  3. Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs by Byron Barton: 32 pages, ages 3-6
  4. Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones by Byron Barton:  32 pages, ages 3-6
  5. The Greedy Triangle by Marilyn Burns:  32 pages, ages 6-9
  6. A Pair of Red Clogs by Masako Matsuno:  32 pages, ages 3-8
  7. My Mama Says There Aren’t Any Zombies, Ghosts, Vampires, Creatures, Demons, Monsters, Fiends, Goblins or Things by Judith Viorst:  48 pages, ages 6-9
  8. Re-Zoom by Istvan Banyai:  64 pages, ages 5-10
  9. Alexander, Who’s Not (Do You Hear Me? I Mean It!) Going to Move by Judith Viorst:  32 pages, ages 5-8
  10. Just In Case by Judith Viorst:  40 pages, ages 3-7
  11. Parents in the Pigpen, Pigs in the Tub by Amy Ehrlich:  40 pages, ages 4-7
  12. If I Ran the Zoo by Dr. Seuss:  64 pages, ages 6-9
  13. Miss Nelson Is Missing by Harry Allard:  32 pages, ages 5-8
  14. Math Curse by Jon Scieszka:  32 pages, ages 4-8
  15. Baby Dragon by Amy Ehrlich:  32 pages, ages 4-8
  16. The Cow Who Wouldn’t Come Down by Paul Brett Johnson:  32 pages, ages 3-6
  17. Chocolate Fever by Robert Kimmel Smith:  96 pages (chapter book), ages 7-12—first four chapters…
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2 Comments on “Kids Read Aloud List February 2011”

  1. Kibrika Says:

    AGAINST their will? Weird. We didn’t let our mother stop reading or skip reading. I don’t remember ever not wanting her to read to us.


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