It's that time of year when most kids (along with teachers and parents!) are ready for summer, and daily reading or at-home learning can feel a bit repetitive.
Your kids may have found that they love dog books or princess books or soccer books. Or maybe they are stuck on one particular series like Junie B Jones or Goosebumps? Discovering their interests is great, but it also can be limiting as you are looking to stock up on new titles for summer!
Help diversify your child’s book interests by suggesting some new nonfiction options to test out with your curious kids.
- Animal Books: A Fresh Look at the Familiar — Animal Series
A favorite of Book Trust students of all ages is the series, Who Will Win?
- History Books: 20 Book Series to Get Your Kids Hooked on History
Don’t forget to check your local library for kids’ literature around your state or city’s history as well!
- Geography Books: Popular Geography Books for Kids
Another favorite is the Where Is? series. Check it out here.
- World Culture Books: 50 Nonfiction Picture Books For Learning About the World
- Weather Books: Children’s Picture Books About Weather