Summer Reading List: “Lost in Boston”

The Johnson family is traveling to new places again. This time, they fly to Boston and Jennifer Johnson wants her kids to experience some of the town’s history while there. Taking a subway ride for the first time, sampling new foods, and exploring impressive landmarks—like the Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, and the USS Constitution anchored in Boston Harbor—add fun and discovery to this family adventure.

Lost in Boston is part of our Summer Reading List for Students! Purchase your own or check the book out at the local library. If it’s not available at the library, request it be added.

Lost in Boston is written by Jane R. Wood. This is one of five books in her award-winning series of chapter books:  Voices in St. Augustine,  Adventures on Amelia Island: A Pirate, a Princess, and Buried TreasureTrouble on the St. John’s River, and Ghosts on the Coast.

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“Easy resource for youngsters to learn language.” —Gary Roen, Reviewer

Parts of Speech Parade, New York City
Irina Dolinskiy, author
Mark Wayne Adams, illustrator

“The author and artist have found a fun way to teach different parts of speech to kids. Several of them are nouns, verbs, and prepositions. The combined talents give the rules and show examples of them for children to remember how each parts of speech work together. “Parts of Speech Parade: New York City” is an easy resource for youngsters to learn language.”

—Gary Roen, Reviewer

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“Fun Kid’s Book” —Gary Roen, Reviewer

Frozen Floppies
John Hope, author
Mark Wayne Adams, illustrator

“Floppies are little creatures who have many different adventures. The author and artist bring to life in two art forms the world of the Floppies. They also teach kids many valuable lessons that are subtle within the body of the work. “Frozen Floppies” is a fun kid’s book for all ages to enjoy.”

—Gary Roen, Reviewer

Read more at The Midwest Book Review…