Every 1 Reads is a bold community-wide effort to have every child in Jefferson County Public Schools reading at or above grade level. Every 1 Reads helps children become better readers.
Check out these updates to the Every 1 Reads Website!
- Summer 2013 Volunteer Talent Center Newsletter
- Winter 2013 Volunteer Talent Center Newsletter
- Summer 2012 Volunteer Talent Center Newsletter
Read with the Library: Spring 2013 Reading List
Fall is here, and it's time for students to head back to school. Read these books to fuel your excitment for the upcoming school year! you can find these books at the Louisville Free Public Library.
Back to School Tortoise by Lucy M. George
Grade 1-5. Summer is over and Tortoise must summon the courage to go back to school.
Back to School Mallory by Laurie Friedman
Grade 1-5. Summer's over and that can only mean one thing for 8 & 75-year-old Mallory-she has to go back to school. But not just any school, a new school with all new kids.
Back to School is Cool by Jim Jinkins
Grade 3-8. In this hilarious, interactive story in this new series Pinky Dinky Doo helps her little brother tame his back-to-school jitters by telling him a funny story about the worst bad hair day in history-which just happened to occur on class picture day!
Back to School Jokes by Gene Perret
All Grades. Take a good look at these wildly entertaining back-to-school jokes, riddles, puns, and kooky comments. You'll want school bells to ring just so you can play class clown and have all your friends groaning with laughter. Teacher: How many planets are in the sky? Candace: I think all of them. What will you tell someone who asks what you did last summer? "The food was bad at summer camp. I threw my dinner in the river one night and the fish threw it back." From "Teachers I Have Known" to "Homework and Other Things I Don't Do," you'll find just the thing to create a laugh-riot in your class. Previously published as Super Funny School Jokes.
Arthur's Back to School Day! by Lillian Hoban
Grade 3-8. While hurrying to get on the school bus, Arthur and his friend unknowingly switch their lunchboxes; later Arthur finds out what surprise his sister had put into hers.
Mouse's First Day of School by Lauren Thompson
Grade K-5 One bright morning, Mouse discovers a whole new world. There are colors to paint with: red, yellow, blue and letters to spell with: A B C and best of all, new friends to play with! Wherever could they be?