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 Reader's Choice. See what other students are reading.

Grade K-6

Check out these Just Read It submissions from February 2019 to see what titles TDSB students
are reading and to get ideas for what to read next. 

Should I share my ice cream? by Mo Willems

Should I share my ice cream? by Mo Willems

"This book is really funny. It help kids learn to share."
Sunnylea Junior School

Mermaid rock: spooky shipwreck by Kelly McKain

Mermaid rock: spooky shipwreck by Kelly McKain

"They should read it has a very nice note. The note is it is fine to be scared. Sometimes I get scared too! Even adults get scared! So it is fine to get scared."
Kennedy Public School

The better tree fort by Jessica Scott Kerrin

The better tree fort by Jessica Scott Kerrin

"I really loved this book! It had good ideas and pictures.There is a kid who wants to build a tree fort. He builds the tree fort with his dad. When they are done the tree fort the neighbor 3 doors down has an even better fort. Russel then wants a better fort. He realizes there is always a better tree fort but not a better dad. This story teaches us a lesson about being happy with what we have."
R H McGregor Elementary School

Supergifted by Gordon Korman

Supergifted by Gordon Korman

"Supergifted, the sequel to Ungifted, is set in Hardcastle Middle School, a "normal" school for average people. but the main character, Noah Youkilis, actually has an off-the-charts IQ of 206!! In middle school, Noah faces many problems, but also discovers that you can have an IQ of 206, but still learn something new every day."
Bowmore Road Junior and Senior Public School

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