Raising Bookworms: What We Read in July 2019

We Want To Read All The Books…

So we got a little side tracked from our summer reading basket this month. But that is OK, because we were just digging in deeper and learning more.

I know that the Magic Tree House series gets a lot of slack. People either love it or hate it. I will admit, when I read on a forum that one woman calls them “Jack and Annie said” books, I couldn’t disagree with that comment.

However, in my opinion they are still very valuable. The characters are lovable and they introduce Zakari to family people and places. They plant the seed in his head, and it allows us to dig deeper.

In July, The Magic Tree House released a new book all about Benjamin Franklin. So you will see we took that and ran with it.

Check out my video to get a better look at which books we read, and you can find the links below for each book.

Calendar Mysteries 7: July Jitters

The Woodshed Mystery (The Boxcar Children Mysteries)

The Puppy Place 18: Sweetie

Clifford: Cookie Crazy (Clifford the Big Red Dog)

Five True Horse Stories (A Little Apple Paperback)

Little House Friends (Little House Chapter Book)

Night of the New Magicians (Magic Tree House Merlin Mission)

Turn On The Light, Thomas Edison! (Before I Made History)

To the Future, Ben Franklin! (Magic Tree House)

Ben and Me: An Astonishing Life of Benjamin Franklin by His Good Mouse Amos

Go Fly a Kite, Ben Franklin!

Benjamin Franklin (In Their Own Words)

Who Was Ben Franklin?

Benjamin Franklin (10 Days)

What Is the Declaration of Independence? (What Was?)

Louis Braille: Bringer of Hope to the Blind (People Who Made a Difference)

What did you and your kiddos read in July? Let me know in the comments below!

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