The stores are stocking their shelves with bright boxes of crayons and pristine backpacks. You know what that means - back-to-school season has begun! Whether you are preparing for your very first day of kindergarten, your last year of high school, or year fifteen as an educator, your library card is an essential school supply. With it, you can check out great books for your class or your family to help feel excited about school. You can take advantage of free online tutoring with your library card. And if you learn at home, whether through homeschooling or just the love of extra knowledge, there are great books and resources to help you explore your academic passions.
Back to School Reads for Kids from Preschool to Middle School
Some kids are naturally excited about each new school year; others need a little encouragement. Whether you're looking for a laugh-out-loud picture book about having a sandwich for a teacher, or a tug-on-your-heartstrings middle grade novel about finding ways to make a new kid feel truly accepted, these great books will make returning to school feel a little brighter.
Pack up your glue sticks. Choose the best backpack. And then settle in for some great back-to-school reads!
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Books and More for Learning at Home
Not everyone returns to school in the same way - families who learn at home may not be going to a new school building, but the fall is still a great time to check out new books and resources from the library. Whether you're a family of full-time homeschoolers, or just looking to add a little to your child's education, these ideas have got you covered.
Whether you're a full-time home schooling family, or you're just looking to learn a little more independently, check out these great reads to help you learn more at home.