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Announcing SLJ's Summer Reading Series: Best Reads All Summer Long

Starting this week and continuing through the end of June and beyond, SLJ is publishing lists of our top picks for summer reading, from stories to share with the whole family to recommended titles for emerging readers to captivating fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels for tweens and teens.

Starting this week and continuing through the end of June and beyond, SLJ is publishing lists of our top picks for summer reading, from stories to share with the whole family to recommended titles for emerging readers to captivating fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels for tweens and teens. The majority of selected titles have been published over the past two years and are available in ebook format. Many of our summer picks have earned starred reviews or have appeared on the most recent SLJ Best Books lists. 

Here's what's coming up:

Week of June 1:

Picture Book Biographies - Beginning Readers - Realistic Chapter Books - Realistic Middle Grade - Realistic YA Fiction - Books for Budding Activists - Themed Reads for the Whole Family: Mindfulness & Meditation

Week of June 8:

Funny Picture Books - STEM Picture Books - Funny Chapter Books - Funny Middle Grade - Middle Grade Nonfiction - Funny YA - YA Nonfiction - Themed Reads for the Whole Family: Gardening

Week of June 15:

Picture Book Read-Alouds - Chapter Book Mysteries - Middle Grade Mysteries - YA Mysteries - YA Romance - Family Crafts & DIY Activities - Black Joy in Picture Books

Week of June 22:

Picture Book Poetry - Graphic Novel–style Chapter Books - Middle Grade Graphic Novels - Middle Grade Horror - YA Graphic Novels - Professional Reading - Themed Reads for the Whole Family: Make It! Draw It! Build It!

Week of June 29:

Middle Grade Historical Fiction - YA Historical Fiction - Middle Grade Sci-Fi/Fantasy - YA Sci-Fi/Fantasy - Reads for Upper Middle Schoolers - YA Sports Fiction - Middle Grade Survival/Adventure Fiction - Themed Reads for the Whole Family: Weird Science

 

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