Here are 10 great books that you can read to your class during the month of February.
Bedtime Inspirational Stories. 50 Amazing Black People That Changed The World: Read a few of these stories everyday to help celebrate these black heroes, and they’re part of our history and culture. This book has a volume 2!
Little Leaders: Bold Women in Black History and Little Legends: Exceptional Men in Black History are great books to read during this special month to honor the men and women in black history.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! We love Laura Numeroff’s “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” books. Mouse makes personalized cards for each of his friends based on what they like. (Lexile Measure: AD430L)
Llama Llama I Love You: My students LOVE Llama, Llama Books! And this one is no exception! Use this book to incorporate rhyming into a lesson. (Lexile Measure: AD350L)
Who doesn’t love Eric Carle’s Books? Love from The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a book written by Eric Carle, who wrote The Very Hungry Caterpillar, This book welcomes back that same caterpillar to tell children about love. (Lexile Measure: 180L)
Pete The Cat Valentine’s Day is Cool: Another fan favorite, Pete the Cat! Pete doesn’t think that Valentines Day is cool until he realizes that he has some special friends. Pete gives each friend a special card based on what they like. (Lexile Measure: AD510L)
Dinosaur Mardi Gras: What a fun book to teach about Mardi Gras. The dinosaurs dance through the streets of New Orleans.
I hope that you and your students have a great time reading in the month of February!