Books to Stretch Readers

  • Students who have met their teacher's independent reading goals or their grade level Lexile standard are ready to stretch themselves as independent readers. By reading award winning books, students can enjoy quality literature across our library’s 11 fiction genres and books from our nonfiction section.  

    Click the links below to learn more about the books and reading challenges. All of the challenges below can be printed out online or picked up in the library. 

     

    "The Read Four Fiction Genres Challenge"

    Students can use the "The Read Four Fiction Genres Challenge" to start finding books in the different sections of our library.  For each book, they will need to take the Reading Counts quiz and score 80%+. When finished, students should turn their paper in to the library. Students who complete this challenge will receive an award certificate at our next award ceremony.  

     

    LFP Library's Nonfiction Reading Bingo

    Students can challenge themselves to read five nonfiction books in a row to complete the LFP Library's Nonfiction Reading Bingo!  For most of the books, they will need to take the Reading Counts quiz and score 80%+.  For some of the books, they will share what they have learned with classmates in library. Have fun! Students who complete this challenge will receive an award certificate at our next award ceremony.  

      

    LFP Classic Award Book Reader Challenges

    Each year, K-6 students have an opportunity to join the LFP Classic Award Book Readers by reading six books from one of our eight "Classic Award Book Reader" lists.  Students who complete a Classic Award Book challenge will receive an award certificate at our next award ceremony.  

    You can view and print the Classic Award Book Challenge lists here.  

     

    "Read Two or More" Sasquatch and Young Reader's Choice Award Nominees

    Students in grades 3-6 can read and vote on this year's Sasquatch and Young Reader's Choice nominees. There is a bulletin board in the library that describes each book and asks students to record their opinion of the book.  Students are encouraged to read two nominees, record their opinion on the library bulletin board, and score 80%+ on the Reading Counts quiz to participate in this spring's voting.  There are not award certificated for the "Read Two or More" challenge.  

    Read about and view book trailers for this year's Sasquatch Award Nominees

    Read about and view book trailers for this year's Young Reader's Choice Award Nominees