#Staffpick: Summer Reading Club – Week 4 – Sun, Moon, and Stars

This week’s Summer Reading Club theme is Sun, Moon, and Stars: Planets, moons, and other celestial objects! Check out these book recommendations for young readers from Brittany. All of these and more are available through our online catalogue at tnrl.ca.

Books to Read Together

Seb and the Sun by Jami Gigot

In the heat of summer, it is easy for us to take our beautiful sun for granted. Join Seb and his dear friend, Walrus, as they search far and wide to bring the warmth of the Sun back to their northern coastal town. Read this charming book by flashlight for an extra cozy effect.

Star Climbing by Lou Fancher

Whimsical illustrations bring the constellations to life in this timeless picture book. You and your little ones will take a journey into the night sky as you are introduced to Leo the Lion, Ursa the Bear, and more starry friends. Can you spot any familiar constellations in the night sky?

How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers

Adored by adults and children alike, this classic picture book is sure to be a family favourite! Snuggle up and join a determined young boy as he ventures into space to catch his very own star. Your heart will swell as he reaches new heights and finds new friendship along the way.

Books for Bigger Kids

CatStronauts: Race to Mars by Drew Brockington

There’s no time to waste in this race to Mars! Join beloved heroes Major Meowser, Pom Pom, Blanket and Waffles as they race to be the first cats on Mars. This is the second novel in the CatStronauts series, and it is sure to bring laughter and entertainment to young and not-so-young readers alike.

Spacemice: The Invisible Planet by Geronimo Stilton

As you know, we are exploring space with the Summer Reading Club this summer, and we can’t think of a better cosmic guide than Geronimo Stilton, or in this case, Spacemouse Geronimo Siltonix! Young readers are sure to be captivated as Geronimo and the MouseStar1 team discover a race of mysterious, secret-keeping aliens on a planet that somehow appears and disappears.

Happy reading!

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