10 Book Recommendations for Kids in the Summer Vacation of 2022
Summer vacation means a lot of home time and no school, meeting friends from the neighbours in the evening, eating a lot of watermelons, drinking a lot of water to avoid dehydration, and yes, since the sun will not allow us to get out in the morning, some story time too. In this article, we are going to read about 10 book recommendations for kids in the summer vacation of 2022.
10 Book Recommendations for Kids in the Summer Vacation of 2022:
- Perfect – Danny Parker
- Great Stories for Children – Ruskin Bond
- Who Sank the Boat? – Pamela Allen
- The Truth About My Unbelievable Summer – Davide Cali
- Noni the Pony Goes to the Beach – Alison Lester
- Beach Day – Karen Roosa
- Harry by the Sea – Gene Zion
- Olivia Opens a Lemonade Stand – Kama Einhorn
- The Watermelon Seed – Greg Pizzoli
- There’s a Sea in my Bedroom – Margaret Wild
Perfect – Danny Parker
Perfect by Danny Parker captures the spontaneity, simplicity and freedom of an idyllic childhood, while the painting of Freya Blackwood of three kids roaming a rolling beachside idyll catches the light and even the feel and smell of a perfect summer day.
Great Stories for Children – Ruskin Bond
Great Stories for Children by Ruskin Bond is a collection of short stories. Some characters are capable of winning hearts – Tutu the monkey who loves to trouble Aunt ruby, a troublesome Pret who loves stirring up the house he stays in, a crafty robber who has a change of heart, a pet python who appears in weird situations, three kids stranded in a haunted hill and more.
Who Sank the Boat? – Pamela Allen
A cow, a sheep, a tiny little mouse, a donkey, and a pig lived beside the sea. All of them were really good friends. One sunny day, all of them decided to go for a row in the bay. But now the question is who sank the boat?
The Truth About My Unbelievable Summer – Davide Cali
This picture book is an amazing read for kids. It focuses on a kid who has an imagination – he tells his teacher about his summer – he finds a treasure map in a bottle at the beach, a classic sea voyage story! It does not end with the map; there is a mischievous magpie and also a hot air balloon in this adventure.
Noni the Pony Goes to the Beach – Alison Lester
Noni the Pony is a funny and friendly cat. She loves the beach when the sun is out. Noni loves the beach so much and with the company of her two best friends Coco the cat and Dave the dog, and the next door cow it will be a wonderful day.
Beach Day – Karen Roosa
In this picture book, a family is on the beach to spend a perfect day. There are beautiful illustrations of a lazy and hazy day by the oceans with newly made friends, sailboats and water skiers, and a picnic table with deviled eggs and fried chicken.
Harry by the Sea – Gene Zion
Our beloved Harry is a dirty dog in this picture book. When he goes on a visit to a beach he is mistaken for a sea animal after a big wave covers Harry’s face with a seaweed. Harry has to hunt for his family under all these beach umbrellas. This picture book will be loved and kids, and more if you have a kid who loves dogs.
Olivia Opens a Lemonade Stand – Kama Einhorn
Olivia’s lemonade stand is not going well and running below in competition and Francine is doing quite good, and getting Olivia’s customers. Olivia begins to rethink her decision of lemonade stand. So, she turned her entire concept into a backyard restaurant. Olivia and Francine realize that they just have t come together and work like that.
The Watermelon Seed – Greg Pizzoli
You will get the opportunity to become familiar with a crocodile that has a fear of swallowing watermelon seeds. But what if it happens? The crocodile has a different level of imagination that the kids would love to be read. Greg Pizzoli did an amazing job with his picture book debut.
There’s a Sea in my Bedroom – Margaret Wild
There’s a Sea in My Bedroom is focused on David, a boy who is not a fan of water and who is scared of the sea. But, not everything about it, he loves to collect shells. One day he finds a conch shell and gets to know that he can hear the sea.