Summer Reading at the Library

Compiled by Sandee Kelly


“The Poet X,” by Elizabeth Acevedo.

“Mun Mun,” by Jesse Andrews.

“The Continent,” by Keira Drake.

“The Place between Breaths,” by An Na.

“The Promised Neverland: Destroy,” by Kaiu Shirai.

“806,” by Cynthia Weil.


“Snow Stopping You with Minecraft,” by Joey Davey.

“Going Wild: Helping Nature Thrive in Cities,” by Michelle Mulder.

“Rodent Rascals,” by Roxie Munroe.

“Under the Canopy: Trees,” by Volant Iris.


“Marwan’s Journey,” by Patricia de Arias.

“Ivy Aberdeen’s Letter to the World,” by Ashley Herring Blake.

“Clem Hetherington and the Ironwood Race,” by Jen Breach.

“The Wild Robot Escapes,” by Peter Brown.

“Little Tails on the Farm,” by Frederis Brremaud.

“Peanut Butter and Jelly,” by Ben Clanton.

“In a Small Kingdom,” by Tomie de Paola.

“Lola,” by Junot Diaz.

“The Stone Girl’s Story,” by Sarah Beth Durst.

“Good Dog,” by Dan Gemeinhart.

“The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl: 2 Fuzzy, 2 Furious,” by Shannon Hale.

“The Funeral,” by Matt James.

“The Unwanteds Quests: Dragon Bones,” by Lisa McMann.

“The Mad Wolf’s Daughter,” by Diane Magras.

“Mrs. Noah’s Pockets,” by Jackie Morris.

“Big Nate: A Good Old-Fashioned Wedgie,” by Lincoln Peirce.

“Big Fish Dreams,” by Lori Fisher Peelen.

“Pignic,” by Matt Phelan.

“Too Much Junk in My Trunk,” by Roe De Pinto.

“My Boyfriend is a Bear,” by Pamela Ribon.

“Stuck in the Stone Age,” by Geoff Rodkey.

“Don’t Blink,” by Amy Krouse Rosenthal.

“Duck Gets a Job,” by Sonny Ross.

“Dork Diaries: Tales from a NOT-SO-Secret Crust Catastrophe,” by Rachel R. Russell.

“Thank You, Earth,” by April Pulley Sayre.

“Wizard for Hire,” by Obert Skye.

“Honey,” by David Ezra Stein.

“They Say Blue,” by Jillian Tamaki.

“The Goldfish Boy,” by Lisa Thompson.

“Stef Soto, la Reina del Taco,” by Jennifer Torres.

“Sugar and Snails,” by Sarah Tsiang.

“Big Bunny,” by Rowboat Watkins.

“Hello Hello,” by Brendan Wendzel.

“People Don’t Bite People,” by Lisa Wheeler.

“I Got It!,” by David Wiesner.

“Bus! Stop!,” by James Yang.