3rd Grade Reading List
Reading Suggestions for 3rd Graders from the Weber County Library
When her mother becomes too ill to harvest tea on the nearby plantation, Shenaz is too small to fill in, but when she tells the monkeys she has befriended why she is sad, they bring her a basket filled with rare and valuable wild tea.
From the moon to the stars, Florian's new high-flying compendium features 20 whimsical poems about space.
Discusses species of dinosaurs found on the continent of North America 70 million years ago.
Larry loves dogs and must find a way to feed the strays he adopts when the price of dog food rises and the price paid for scrap falls.
A haiku poem about a stray dog who finds a home at last.
Danny Dragonbreath and his friend Wendell get an up-close underwater tour of the Sargasso Sea from Danny's sea-serpent cousin, encountering giant squid and mako sharks--and learn about standing up to bullies in the process.
Having moved to Montana from Tennessee in the 1830s, fearless Angelica Longrider--also known as Swamp Angel--changes the state's landscape, tames a wild horse, and captures some desperadoes.
When Ms. Albert teaches a lesson on kindness, Chloe realizes that she and her friends have been wrong in making fun of new student Maya's shabby clothes and refusing to play with her.
Franklin Piccolini, also known as Frankie Pickle, is thrilled when he doesn't have to clean his room ever again.
What was made of rags and bones, soot and seeds? What took a mountain to make? For the answer, travel back to the fifteenth century - to a time when books were made by hand and a man named Johannes Gutenberg invented a way to print books with movable type.