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Children's Book Panel - Summer Reading List 2015

Summertime for kids means playing outdoors, slurping a melting popsicle, and running through sprinklers. If you'd like it to include some relaxing reading in the shade, look no further. The Next Chapter's Children's Book Panel is back with an excellent reading list... plus we'll show you how to make a cootie catcher!
If you're searching for a good book for a child to read, who you gonna call? The Children's Book Panel! (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

How do you know summer is coming?  Here at The Next Chapter, we mark it by the arrival of the Children's Book Panel.  Michele Landsberg and Ken Setterington are our steadfast purveyors of excellent book recommendations for young people and they're back with their 2015 summer reading list.

The members of The Next Chapter's Children's Book Panel, Michele Landsberg and Ken Setterington, recommend great summer reading for young people. 14:30


How to make a cootie catcher

When the Children's Book Panel last convened, Ken told Shelagh and Michele about the cootie catchers (a.k.a. paper fortune tellers) that are part of this year's TD Summer Reading Club.  If you can't get your hands on one of their snazzy cootie catchers, here's how you can make one of your own!



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