Reading With You

Reading With You Reading List

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NBC 5 and Telemundo 39 are proud to encourage young students to read through our initiative, Reading With You. Along with our partners, Reading Partners North Texas, Alice J. Puente Reading Initiative, and the Fort Worth Public Library, we strive to keep children engaged in reading year-round.

Our Reading With You community partner, Reading Partners North Texas, has information to help your student succeed. The Fort Worth Library continues to provide creative and diverse youth programs to keep kids learning and growing.

Books Available at the Fort Worth Public Library

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Here is a collection of books for youth, from picture books to middle grade fiction. These are great books, both old and new, to share with the youth in your life.

Picture Books For Younger Kids And the People That Read To Them:

Chapter Two is Missing by Josh Lieb:

Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library by Andy Elkerton:

Dirt Cheap by Mark Hoffmann:

Drawn Together by Minh Le:

The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors by Drew Daywalt:

Early Chapter Books: For Younger Elementary School Readers Just Learning To Read On Their Own:

Zooey and Sassafras: Unicorns and Germs by Marion Lindsay:

Eerie Elementary: School Freezes Over by Jack Chabert

Game Over, Super Rabbit Boy by Thomas Flintham:

The Magnificent Makers: How to Test a Friendship by Theanne Griffith:

Bookmarks are People Too! By Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver:

Middle Grade Fiction: For Older Elementary School Readers Who Are Strong, Independent Readers (Ages 8 to 12):

The Last Day of Summer by Lamar Giles:

Front Desk by Kelly Yang:

Ghost by Jason Reynolds:

Sal and Gabi Break the Internet by Carlos Hernandez:

Merci Suarez Changes Gears by Meg Medina:

Amina’s Voice by Hena Khan:

Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia:

The Winterborne Home for Vengeance and Valor by Ally Carter:

Ways to Make Sunshine by Rene Watson:

Stand Up, Yumi Chung by Jessica Kim:

Lista de lectura en Español: No ficción

¿Quien fue Martin Luther King, Jr.? (serie: ¿Quien fue?) por Bonnie Bader, Elizabeth Wolf y WHO HQ:

National Geographic Readers: Los Gatos vs. Los Perros por Elizabeth Carney:

Libros de imágenes

El día en que descubres quién eres por Jacqueline Woodson e ilustrado por Rafael López:

Los deseos de Carmela escrito por Matt De La Peña e ilustrado por Christian Robinson:

Dragones y Tacos escrito por Adam Rubin e ilustrado por Daniel Salmieri:

Lucha Libre (The Man in the Silver Mask: A Bilingual Cuento) por Xavier Garza:


El Chavo: La carrera de carros (Lector de Scholastic, Nivel 2) por Samantha Brooke:

La jornada escolar de Peppa (Peppa's School Day) (serie: Peppa Pig) por Meredith Rusu:

Libros de capítulos

Hombre Mosca y los extraterrestrezz (serie: Hombre Mosca) por Tedd Arnold:

Pax: Una historia de paz y Amistad por Sara Pennypacker:

Yo, Naomi León por Pam Muñoz Ryan:

Lety alza su voz por Angela Cervantes:

Wonder. Todos somos únicos por R.J. Palacio:

Invasión del mundo principal (Una aventura Minecraft) por Mark Cheverton, Elia Maqueda:

Novelas gráficas

Agallas (Guts) (Serie: Smile, Libro 3) por Raina Telgemeier:

Nate el Grande: ¡Hola! (serie: Big Nate) por Lincoln Peirce:

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