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What are the best books for kids to read on summer?

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    Tyler Murray
    Written on April 15, 2018
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      Diane Burton
      Written on April 19, 2018
      "Tess is a highly rated children's book that can be purchased as a book or rented on Amazon."
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      Arthur Parker
      Written on April 24, 2018
      "I honestly feel pushing religious and jewish books on children is not a good look for their summer reading. I am not a fan of indoctrination and while a kid may overlook the subtle religious nuances of the book and the preachiness, I, as a parent would not and would frown upon anyone trying to influence my childs thinking while they are trying to enjoy a simple book on a nice, hot summer day. For a jewish child, this book would be perfect, but for just a generic American kid, not so much."
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      Nathan Hopkins
      Written on April 21, 2018
      "This is a really great children's book. My daughter is really into mermaids and I read this book to her every night. I just wish it were a bit longer."
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      Jesse Myers
      Written on May 14, 2018
      "A comedic book that was eventually made into a film. But it's very good and funny. I recommend it to younger people."
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      Bruce Hunt
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "Good choice for a select group. Sounds interesting, too. I suggest it for a place on the reading list."
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      Judy Carroll
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "A Lovely story for the kids. Wizard of Oz is the best for all time favorite."
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      Emily Elliott
      Written on April 13, 2018
      "It is a cute children graphic novel that addresses deafness as part of understanding diversity."
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      Raúl Contreras
      Written on April 24, 2018
      "I can't count the number of times I've tried to get into this and other Tolkien books, without any success. In fact, the only remotely Tolkien thing I enjoyed was the Shadow of Mordor game, and that's only because it plays like a fun Arkham clone. Otherwise, again, hard pass on the books."
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      Teresa Fields
      Written on April 16, 2018
      "This is such a classic! I really like the graphic format, and I think it should be on everyone's must read list. This is good for tweens and up. Fair warning, though, the story is NOT the same as the book, but rather a graphic version of the novel that is an edited, shorter version."
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      Melissa Payne
      Written on April 18, 2018
      "This book is really good, it provoked sadness, happiness and many more emotions while reading it. It is a must read and it will definitely show you a thing or two."
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      Adam Moore
      Written on April 20, 2018
      "I love this classic book. I read it as a child and it was always one of my favorite books. I will definitely have my children in the future read it as well. The book has good meanings and is very cute. The writing is perfect for children. I think all parents should have children read this book."
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      Adam Carpenter
      Written on April 18, 2018
      "I could not care less for this book and my son could not either. The pictures were not that great and the story was very boring. I struggled to get through it because it was so simple, but that is to be expected from a adult, but I was surprised my son despised it so much. We flipped through the book to pass the time after he finished his homework, but the book was not worth the time. He did not like the designs and really wanted more words on it, so he could practice reading."
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      Maria Martin
      Written on April 22, 2018
      "Very sweet book with an endearing premise. Excellent category placement. Hope a lot of girls get to read this one."
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      Richard Bates
      Written on April 13, 2018
      "My nephew had to come stay with m for a while. He is young and did not really have many toys or books. While shopping for things he might like I saw Fred and Ted Like to Fly. I thought it would be a good book for him. I read it to him before bedtime and he loved it. I liked the pictures. I read it to him about once a week now."
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      Samuel Williamson
      Written on April 17, 2018
      "Robert Munsch is the author of more than twenty five children's books and seems to have a gift for speaking to children. My granddaughter always enjoys his books and Mortimer is no exception. Adults may find it a bit weird and redundant and even a little silly but kids just love it."
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      Esteban de la Cruz
      Written on April 20, 2018
      "Smelly Socks is a boring book. My nephew refused to finish reading it and tried to hide it from his mom so she wouldn't force him. I can't blame him. The story has very little plot and underdeveloped characters. Save your money."
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      Julie Ward
      Written on April 25, 2018
      "With summer approaching I was searching for best books for kids to read on summer and was given the novel "The Boy on the Porch". This book is written by a Newbery Medal winner so she has proven herself for children's books. The synopsis and reviews make this look like a great book for kids."
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      Lauren Lane
      Written on May 1, 2018
      "My kid loves this book and asks to read it every night. We enjoy counting the candy corn together, as well as the cupcakes! The illustrations are sweet and the story is cute."

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    Best books for kids to read on summer
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Come On, Rain! Books 534 Paid
    2 Picnic at Camp Shalom Books 494 Paid
    3 The Princess Mermaid and the Missing Sea Shells Books 467 Paid
    4 Diary of a Wimpy Kid Books 159 Paid
    5 Anne of Green Gables Books 149 Paid
    6 Percy Jackson and the Olympians Books 123 Paid
    7 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Books 104 Paid
    8 El Deafo Books 76 Paid
    9 The Hobbit Books 66 Paid
    10 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (The Chronicles of Narnia) Books 49 Paid

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