Newburyport Public Schools

Teachers have selected one required, curriculum-related reading assignment for each upcoming grade level (see grade level assignments below).  Books will be given to each student before s/he leaves for the summer.  Feel free to read along with your child, and discuss the story together.  In the fall, teachers will use this book for shared class reading and activities.

Please have your child return their summer reading book when they come back to school in the fall. If you misplace your summer reading selection, we ask that a flat fee of $7 be remitted to replace the book for future summer reading sessions (please do not send in a replacement book). 

 

Library cards will not be issued in the fall to students who have not cleared missing books from their account. For students entering 4th grade, uncleared library accounts at Bresnahan will restrict check-out privileges at Molin. This includes summer reading materials. Contact one of the Media Specialists if you have any questions about your student's account. 

  Summer Reading  

  2019  

Grade Level Book Assignments

Summer Reading books are also available at:

 

Jabberwocky

10% discount offered to school patrons

50 Water Street

Newburyport, MA 01950

The Book Rack

52 State Street

Newburyport, MA 01950

Entering Grade 1
Chrysanthemum
Entering Grade 2
A House for Hermit Crab
Entering Grade 3
Someday a Tree
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Entering Grade 4
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 Visit the Newburyport Public Library 

Please choose as many books as you like (at least two) from the provided list of Recommended Titles (below) for your child's extended summer reading, available at the Newburyport Public Library. They have also purchased many new titles for your children to enjoy over the break!

 

We also invite you to participate in their Summer Reading Program.

NPL Recommended Summer Reading Titles

click on each collage to view extended reading opportunities

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