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Fannie W. Fitzgerald Elementary School
The purpose of the PWCS Summer Reading Program is to encourage students to enjoy quality literature and to continue developing their independent reading skills. Student participation in the program is voluntary. Students who choose to participate in the program are required to complete a minimum of five books.
Students participating in the program in Second Grade will complete a list of books read. The documentation is to include the name of the author, the title of the book, and a parent or guardian signature indicating that the student has completed the reading.
Second Grade students who participate in Prince William County Public Library's Summer Reading Program, the Public Library documentation will apply.
Students in Second Grade who read a minimum of five books will receive an extra S+ for each book completed, for a total of five. The summer reading documentation will be submitted by the student by the end of the first week of school.
The following titles are suggestions for summer reading. Other books selected by the student with guidance from a parent/guardian and/or librarian are also acceptable. Participation in the PWC Public Library Summer Reading Program and its documentation is also acceptable.
PWCS Second Grade Summer Reading Program
|Willems, Mo||Don't let the pigeon drive the bus!||
|A pigeon that longs to drive a bus sees a chance to make its dream come true when the bus driver takes a short break.|
|Willems, Mo||Knuffle Bunny : a cautionary tale||
|Trixie becomes very unhappy when she accompanies her daddy to the laundromat and realizes she has lost her stuffed bunny.|
|DiPucchio, Kelly S.||Grace for president||
|After finding out there has never been a female U.S. president, Grace decides to run in her school's mock election, where she learns about the American electoral system and sets out to be the best person for the job even though her opponent, Thomas, seems to be winning all the boys' votes.|
|McDonald, Megan||Judy Moody predicts the future||
|After Judy obtains a mood ring, she tries to convince herself and her third-grade classmates that she can predict the future.|
|Boynton, Sandra||Pajama Time||
|A jump-roping chicken and a pig on a swing. A Scottie in plaid pajamas and an elephant in a fuzzy one-piece with feet. And in sing-along nuttiness reminiscent of Barnyard Dance!, it's time to head to bed-to the beat: Pajammy to the left. Pajammy to the right. Jamma jamma jamma jamma P!J! Everybody's wearing them for dancing tonight. Jamma jamma jamma jamma P!J!|
|Birdwell, Norman||Clifford Sees America||
|The big red dog loves the lights of Times Square, races in the Indy 500, and licks the faces of Mount Rushmore. In San Francisco, Clifford blows us away by saving the day! Young readers will love learning US geography as they follow along with Clifford on his trip across the country.|
|Crowne, Alyssa||Pink Princess Rules the School||
|Juliet Henry is planning a party for her seventh birthday, and she wants to invite only girls and have everything pink, from the food to the outfits. But the boys in her class do not want to be left out of the fun. Will they spoil the pink princess party?|
|Winter, Jeanette||The Watcher: Jane Goodall’s Life with the Chimps||2011||This picture-book biography tells the story of the famous zoologist Jane Goodall, whose gift of observation led to years of studying chimpanzees.|
|LaReau, Kara||Ugly Fish||2006||Ugly Fish is content to live by himself in his tank, no matter how many fish try to join him.|
|Barton, Chris||Shark vs. Train||2010||Two boys with two toys have a series of contest to see which toy is better.|
|Henkes, Kevin||Penny and Her Song||2012||Penny is so excited to share her new song with her parents, but they are too busy with her baby twin siblings. Waiting is so difficult.|
|Becker, Aaron||Journey||2013||Get caught up in an adventure with a girl whose imagination and red marker take her to amazing places.|
|Isadora, Rachel||Old Mikamba Had a Farm||2013||On Old Mikamba’s “farm,” we meet (and hear!) many different African animals.|
|Hale, Shannon and Hale, Dean||The Princess in Black||2014||Princess Magnolia trades her frilly dresses for a mask and cape to ward off monsters. First in a series|
Prince William County Public Schools
Summer Reading 2015
Documentation Grades K – 2
Please include the name of the author, the title of the book, and a parent or guardian signature indicating that the student has completed the reading. Students in Grades K-2 are required to read a minimum of five books in order to receive extra credit.
My student has read the above list of books.
Parent or Guardian signature
**Please note students may also participate in the Prince William County Public Library Summer Quest Program, and the Public Library documentation will apply.
|Student’s Name||Classroom Teacher|