Summer Reading


This summer, we have one simple summer reading message for our students – we want you to read at least 20 minutes a day, every day.  Books, eBooks, graphic novels, audio books, comics, magazines, newspapers – they all count! To help our students with this charge, we have had our students create their own summer reading lists.  In the fall,  we will have an End of Summer Reading Celebration complete with beach towels, cool treats and good times talking about our reading adventures.

To help you – we have added some of the lists we have on the summer reading website found on the Derby website.

We hope you all have a great summer – and happy reading!!!!    – The Terry Library Staff

If you would like some ideas about what books your child may want to read – please look at the following links! – Bookopolis is similar to GoodReads and caters to students. Rising 5th and 6th graders have classroom accounts. Anyone can create an summer readingaccount and there are multiple lists and Quests to help you find the ‘just right’ book!  – For you Pinterest fanatics out there, here is a page of over 350 pins curated by Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Depin! – Over 20 lists of award winning books recommended by the American Library Association, a professional organization for librarians. – Complete list of Caldecott Medal winners (illustrations). – A list of thirty nine lists containing recommended books for youth and children.   – Summer reading suggestions from the New York Libraries.

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