Independent Reading in Great Books

Your son or daughter will read six of the very best books for children this age. Reading successfully in books at the right level of difficulty is the best way for your child to develop fluency, comprehension, and a love of reading.

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Weak Readers

These books provide support and build confidence for readers who struggle.



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Average Readers

These books engage readers who need some support as well as some challenge.



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Strong Readers

These books provide skill development and challenge for strong readers.



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Best Books Booklist

The Best Books Booklist will help you choose books at the right level after the program is over, so your child will continue to develop skills and confidence.

Summer 2018 Priority List

Sign up for the 2018 priority notification list, and receive a $20 discount for a reading program in your area.

Note: These non-credit summer reading programs are offered as a community service by UT Conferences and Non-Credit Programs. The programs are not endorsed by or affiliated with the UT College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.


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