A Message to Parents of Incoming Kindergartners!

Welcome Kindergarten families! To prepare for our school adventure we encourage our kindergarteners to spend 20 - 30 minutes a day enjoying stories read aloud and talking about them. We hope you will regard this list as a suggestion and explore the many reading resources available in town. Modelling a love of books fosters the love of reading in your child.

The Scranton Library is an invaluable resource to help you connect your child with books, audiobooks, magazines and opportunities to spend time with other readers.

Please keep track of your child's reading by filling out a Summer Reading Recording Sheet of all titles that you've read together and submit it to your child's Kindergarten teacher in September.

Happy Reading!

Fiction Authors

Kindergarten Fiction Authors

Victoria Kann Eric Carle Donald Crews Katie Davis
Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann Ten Little Rubber Ducks by Eric Carle Freight Train by Donald Crews Little Chicken's Big Day by Katie Davis

P.D. Eastman Lois Ehlert Denise Fleming Jeff Mack
The Best Nest by P.D. Eastman Color Zoo by Lois Ehlert Buster by Denise Fleming Frog and Fly by Jeff Mack

Antoinette Portis Amy Krouse Rosenthal Jennifer Sattler Molly Schaar Idle
Not a Box by Antoinette Portis Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal Best Mother Goose Ever Flora and the Flamingo

Olivier Dunrea Laura Vaccaro Seeger Dr. Seuss
First the Egg The Cat in the Hat Comes Back


Kindergarten Nonfiction Authors

Keith Baker

Steve Bjorkman

Jane Cabrera

Joy Cowley

Helen Frost

Just How Long Can a Long String Be?

Dinosaurs Don't, Dinosaurs Do

Ten in the Bed

Chameleon, Chameleon

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Joann Early Macken

Candice RansomKate RiggsMarilyn Singer
Sally Sutton

Guinea PigsBig RigsFireflies at MidnightRoadwork

Student Picks

Kindergarten Student Picks!

If I Built a Car by Chris Van Dusen