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5 Perfect Books to Build Community In September

There is no question that read aloud is important and that in early learning classrooms choosing the just right books which can springboard to deeper learning and rich conversations can be exacting. In the fall I begin our year together building community as we learn about ourselves, our families and our place. 

During one of our summer wanderings downtown our family discovered Window Seat Books, a new shop with a collection of slightly used books and a few new children's books. I loved the assortment of new and old and purchased one beautiful book and then added a few titles to my VIRL list for September. 

I pulled together some really great books for you which may help with choosing the just right books to build classroom community. Here are a few classics as well as a some new stories about friendship that I intend to introduce to my young readers. I have included Amazon links in the title for you however they are all available from the public library.

1. Letters From A Desperate Dog by Eileen Christelow
2. You're Finally Here! by Melanie Watt

3. We Don't Eat Our Classmates By Ryan T. Higgins

4. The Idea Jar By Adam Lehrhaupt and Deb Pieutti

5. Be Kind by Pat Zietlow Miller and Jenn Hill

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