The Holmes School Book of the Month
Is an on-going Interactive Read Aloud activity designed to build and deepen our community connections through conversations relating to high-quality children’s literature. Each month, all classroom teachers at Holmes School will be reading the same book to their class in an engaging manner focused on high levels of comprehension. The books we have chosen for this purpose have excellent picture supports which encourage even deeper thinking about the text. As our children read and discuss these books with their teachers and classmates, we encourage you to have conversations with your children at home. We will also periodically be discussing these books at our Whole School Meetings.
Each month, look for the most current Holmes School Book of the Month on the bulletin board outside of the main office. A special “Thank you” to our “in-house” bulletin board artist, Mrs. Gretchen Brown!
The books identified for the remainder of the year are listed here:
January: How to be a Lion by Vere
February: Maybe by Yamada
March: Facts vs. Opinions vs. Robots by Rex
April: Crab Cake by Tsurumi
May: I Walk With Vanessa: A Story About a Simple Act of Kindness by Kerascoet
June: How to Build a Hug: Temple Grandin and Her Amazing Squeeze Machine by Guglielmo & Tourville
If you have any questions about the Book of the Month, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher at any time.