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2011 Parkway Summer Reading List Elementary School Students(一份国外网站上的少儿暑期阅读书目2011年最新版)

Summer provides many opportunities for parents and young children to enjoy unforgettable books together. Before entering each grade, a Parkway student should read or hear at least three of the books listed for that grade. Parents of elementary students may consult one of the Read-Aloud Handbooks by Jim Trelease for additional selections. If substitutions are needed, parents should try other titles by the recommended authors. This list is revised by the Parkway Summer Reading List Committee.

You may wish to check your local public library for books on the Parkway Summer Reading List:

St. Louis County Library Catalog St. Louis Public Library Catalog (City)

Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade

Before Entering Kindergarten

Read Alouds 

Aylesworth: Naughty Little Monkeys c2003 alphabet
Twenty-six monkeys get into mischief when their parents go out for the evening in this rhyming alphabet book.

Bang: When Sophie Gets Angry - Really, Really Angry... c1999 character
Sophie expresses her anger when she must surrender a toy to her sister.

Crews: The Neighborhood Mother Goose c2004 nursery rhymes, diversity
This collection of nursery rhymes features the familiar and unfamiliar, all set in the city.

Ehlert: Pie in the Sky c2004 family fiction
As a father and his child view the cherry tree in their back yard, they refer to it as a pie tree. Includes a recipe.

Kimmel: The Gingerbread Man c1993 fairy tale
This familiar fairy tale features a gingerbread man who runs away from the woman who bakes him and meets other animals along the way, including a clever fox.

Penn:The Kissing Hand c1993 family life
Chester Raccoon is afraid to attend kindergarten until his mother shows him a special way to take her love along.

Pfister: Rainbow Fish animal stories
The most beautiful fish in the ocean with the shimmering silver scales discovers the beauty of sharing.

Pinkney: The Lion & the Mouse c2009 wordless, fairy tale
Wordless retelling of an Aesop fable, an adventuresome mouse proves that even small creatures are capable of great deeds when he rescues the King of the Jungle.

Prelutsky: Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young c1986 poetry
This collection of 200 short poems is designed for young children and includes illustrations that correlate with the poems.

Rosen: We're Going on a Bear Hunt c2003 animals, fiction
Brave bear hunters go through grass, a river, mud and other obstacles before the inevitable encounter with the bear forces a headlong retreat.

Rosenthal: Duck! Rabbit! c2009 animals
Two unseen characters argue about whether the creature they are looking at is a rabbit or a duck.

Shannon: David Goes to School c1999 humor 
David's school behavior needs to be improved.

SierraCounting Crocodiles c1997 counting, rhyming
A monkey outsmarts ten crocodiles that stand between her and a banana tree by using her ability to count.

Sierra: Wild About Books c2004 animals, humor
A librarian accidentally drives her bookmobile to the zoo and subsequently reads a Dr. Seuss book to the animals.

Slate: Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten c2003 school
Introduces the letters of the alphabet as Miss Bindergarten and her students get ready for kindergarten.

Taback: Joseph Had a Little Overcoat c1999 diversity
Joseph starts out with an overcoat and ends with a button.

Thompson: Little Quack c2003 animals
Mama Duck encourages her four ducklings to leave the nest. The youngest and smallest, Little Quack, proves to be the most reluctant.

Wood: Alphabet Adventure c2001 alphabet
The letters of the alphabet join the search to help "i" find her dot in order to continue their journey in this colorful alphabet book.

Wood:The Napping House c1984 sleep, fiction
While a number of creatures sleep, a flea causes a commotion among them with just one bite.


Before Entering First Grade

Read Alouds 
Bailey: Stanley’s Party c2003 dogs, humor
When a dog’s owners leave for the evening, he gets into a lot of mischief.

Bloom: A Splendid Friend Indeed c2005 friendship
A polar bear and a goose learn to get along and be friends.

Bourgeois: Franklin in the Dark c1986 fear, fiction
A turtle afraid of small dark places, and therefore of crawling into his shell, asks a variety of animals for advice, only to find out that each has a fear of its own.

Bruel: Bad Kitty c2005 alphabet
Finding that there is no food in the house, a kitty chooses to be very bad.

Carle: Mister Seahorse c2004 animals, fiction
Mrs. Seahorse lays her eggs, after which Mr. Seahorse carries the eggs through the sea, greeting other fish fathers.

Cousins: Yummy: Eight Favorite Fairy Tales c2009 fairy tales
Simple text and bold illustrations tell eight classic fairy tales.

Cronin: Dooby, Dooby, Moo c2004 animal humor
Duck organizes the farm animals for a talent show at the county fair. The first prize is a trampoline.

Ehlert: Market Day: A Story Told with Folk Art c2000 stories in rhyme, fiction
While keeping a diary, the young fly records how hard it is to be an insect.

Falconer: Olivia series pigs, fiction
Olivia is a feisty pig who has too much energy for her own good.

Lester: Hooway for Wodney Wat c1999 fantasy, abilities awareness
Students in Rodney’s class make fun of him, because he can’t pronounce his name properly; but it is his speech problem that helps to punish the class bully.

Lionni: Swimmy c1991 fish stories
A small black fish, finds a way to protect a school of small red fish from their natural enemies.

McKinley: One Smile c2002 kindness
While walking through the park with her mother, a child smiles at a discouraged stranger and sets off a chain of events that spreads kindness and comes full circle.

Numeroff: Beatrice Doesn't Want To c2004 realistic fiction, humor
Beatrice Doesn't Like to Read, but a librarian changes her attitude during a story session in this humorous, well illustrated book.

Prelutsky: Me I Am c2007 poetry
A book of poem for children celebrating being an individual.

Rathmann: Ruby the Copycat c1991 school, fiction
Ruby wants to fit in on her first day at school, so she begins to copy her classmate Angela; but then Ruby's teacher shows her how much fun it is to just be herself.

Shannon: A Bad Case of Stripes c1998 individuality, fiction
A girl who is always concerned about what others think of her wakes up one day to discover she is covered with stripes.

Independent Reading 

Capucilli: Biscuit series dog stories
Biscuit, the adorable little tan puppy, has many adventures.

Gelman: More Spaghetti I Say c1993 stories in rhyme, humor
Minnie the monkey is too busy eating spaghett all day, in all ways to play with her friend Freddie.

Johnson: Alphabet City c1995 alphabet
Photographs of objects in an urban setting present the letters of the alphabet.


Before Entering Second Grade

Read Alouds 
Brett: Town Mouse, Country Mouse c1994 fable
After trading houses, the country mice and the town mice discover there's no place like home.

Cannon: Crickwing, Pinduli, Stellaluna, Verdiinsects, fiction
Picture books about unappreciated and fascinating creatures

Ernst: Sylvia Jean, Drama Queen c2005 fantasy animals, humor
Although Sylvia Jean owns plenty of costumes, she struggles to come up with a costume for the big party.

Hoberman: You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You: Very Short Stories to Read Together c2001 stories in rhyme
This collection of short, rhythmic stories and cheerful art is designed to be read out loud by both child and adult.

Hoffman: Amazing Grace c1991 diversity, fiction
Although a classmate says that she cannot play Peter Pan in the school play because she is black, Grace discovers that she can do anything she sets her mind to do.

Mayer: Little Critter stories fantasy, animals
Little Critter is a small creature who is amazingly like a young human boy. His adventures take place with different members of his family who expose him to daily life experiences.

McKissack: The Honest-to-Goodness Truth c2000 character, ethnic diversity
A young girl promises not to ever lie but then discovers that there are times that one actually should not tell the entire truth.

McNaughton: Once Upon an Ordinary School Day c2004 school story
Mr. Gee, the new teacher, changes "ordinary" when he challenges all the children to use their imaginations.

Numeroff: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and sequels c1985 cumulative tales
When a mouse requests a cookie, a cycle of events occurs that brings the reader full circle.

Orloff: I Wanna Iguana c2004 letters, fiction
Alex and his mother write notes back and forth in which Alex tries to persuade her to let him have a baby iguana for a pet.

Pallotta: Dory Story c2000 sea story, fiction
Danny's ocean adventures are completely enchanting, even if they take place in the bathtub.

Peet: The Ant and the Elephant c1972 animals, fiction
Of all the animals the elephant rescues, only the tiny ant returns the favor..

Polacco: Aunt Chip and the Triple Creek Dam Affair c1996 TV, reading, fiction
Since the invasion of television, no one can remember how to read.

Schachner: Skippyjon Jones c2003 humor
This Siamese kitten spends his "time-out" imagining himself as "El-Skippito" who comes to the rescue of some Chihuahuas.

Steig: Brave Irene c1986 fiction
Brave Irene, the dressmaker's daughter, ventures out into a fierce snowstorm to deliver the beautiful ball gown her mother has made for the duchess.

Stevens: And the Dish Ran Away With the Spoon c2001 nursery rhymes
From the Mother Goose nursery rhyme, Dish and Spoon run away. Concerned about the fate of the rhyme, Cat, Cow and Dog set out to find them.

Woodson: The Other Side c2001 friendship, ethnic diversity
A fence divides a town where two girls - one white and one black - sit and gradually become acquainted.

Independent Reading 

Crews: Below c2006 fiction
When Jack drops his action figure into a mysterious hole, he has to devise a rescue.

Lionni: Little Blue and Little Yellow c1959 friendship, colors
A little blue spot and a little yellow spot are best friends, and when they hug each other they become green.

Lobel: Frog and Toad stories classics
Each of the frog and toad stories include several short tales about two very good friends.

Rylant: Henry and Mudge stories family, dogs, humor
A young boy named Henry and his dog Mudge share many adventures with Henry’s parents and other important people in his life.

Sharmat: Nate the Great series mystery
Solve each mystery alongside the most popular sleuth in the business.

Silverman: Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa series fiction
Two new wranglers have hit the ranch. Read how the west will never be the same again!


Before Entering Third Grade

Read Alouds 

Bridges: Ruby’s Wish c2002 historical fiction, ethnic diversity
During the 1800s in China, when few girls learn to read and write, Ruby fervently desires to attend university with all the males in her family.

Curtis: The Bat Boy and His Violin c1998 sports, music, ethnic diversity
Reginald loves to play his violin, but Papa wants him to be outdoors more and enlists him as the bat boy for the baseball team Papa manages. Reginald plays his violin in the dugout, and the team improves.

Independent Reading 

Adler: Bones series mystery
Everyone needs bones — Detective Jeffrey Bones that is. With his bag of detective tools in hand, read how Jeffrey can solve any mystery.

Bourke: Christian the Lion: Based on the True Story of Anthony (Ace) Bourke, John Rendall and Christian the Lion c2009 nonfiction
Details the experiences of Anthony Bourke and John Rendall, who bought a lion cub from a department store, raised him as a pet, reintroduced him to the wild in Kenya and years later received a warm welcome from the grown lion.

Bunting: One Green Apple c2006 historical fiction, ethnic diversity
Farah is new to the U.S. and her class. She feels alone until she goes on a field trip and realizes things are alike everywhere.

Cleary: Math is CATegorical series stores in rhyme, mathematics
Mathematical functions are explained in rhyming text and simple, silly cartoons.

Cronin: Diary of a Fly c2007 animal fiction
A young fly discovers, day by day, that there is a lot to learn about being an insect, including the dangers of flyswatters and that heroes come in all shapes and sizes.

Dadey: Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series schools, fiction
There are some pretty weird grown-ups living in Bailey City.

DeFelice: One Potato, Two Potato c2006 fairy tale
A very poor, humble couple live so simple a life they share everything, until the husband discovers a pot with magical powers buried under the very last potato in the garden.

DiCamillo: Mercy Watson series animal, fantasy, humor
Welcome to the wry and endearing world of Mercy Watson, the beloved "pig wonder" of the Watson household.

Foxworthy: Dirt On My Shirt c2008 poetry
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy presents more than thirty illustrated poems for children on such topics as friends, bugs, family members and pretending.

Holm: Babymouse series c2005 graphic fiction, friendship, imagination
An imaginative mouse learns life lessons while living her life.

Hopkinson: Abe Lincoln Crosses a Creek: A Tall, Thin Tale (Introducing His Forgotten Frontier Friend) c2008 historical fiction
In Knob Creek, Kentucky, in 1816, seven-year-old Abe Lincoln falls into a creek and is rescued by his best friend.

Johnson: Just Like Josh Gibson c2007 sports fiction, historical fiction
A grandmother recounts the story of the day she was allowed to play in a baseball game, even though she was a girl.

Kerrin: Martin Bridge: Ready for Takeoff! c2005 fiction
Martin means well, but his ideas don’t always turn out as expected. In three stand-alone chapters, Martin deals with issues at home and school.

Pinkney: The Ugly Duckling c1999 fairy tale
This adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen classic portrays an unhappy year for an ugly duckling who eventually grows up and transforms into a beautiful swan.

Sachar: Marvin Redpost series fiction
Marvin Redpost encounters hilarious problems with school, family and friends.

Stilton: The Geronimo Stilton series mice, fantasy, mystery
Geronimo Stilton is a mouse newspaper editor and journalist who travels the world to chase important interviews but winds up in the middle of adventures that involve solving intriguing mysteries.

Tunnell: Mailing May c1997 historical fiction
Five-year-old May wishes to visit her grandmother, but the train is too expensive. May's father and cousin concoct a clever means of sending the child after all.

Warner: Only Emma c2005 fiction
Emma’s mother loses her job, so Emma becomes the new kid in the school and neighborhood. An only child, Emma’s life changes when a four year old comes for a visit.


Before Entering Fourth Grade

Abbot: Secrets of Droon series fantasy
Take along with a trio of best friends who stumble upon the magical world of Droon.

Birney: The World According to Humphrey c2005 fiction, humor
Humphrey, a classroom hamster, surveys his surroundings and finds ways to help the children in the class.

Bruchac: The Girl Who Helped Thunder and Other Native American Folktales c2008 folklore
A collection of illustrated Native American folktales.

Clements: Lunch Money c1994 school, humor
Hart is a popular boy who sometimes "goofs off". When he hits the music teacher with a rubber band, he is put in charge of the holiday concert. Both Hart and his teacher learn lessons.

Fleming: The Fabled Fourth Graders of Aesop Elementary School c2007 fiction, school
Mr. Jupiter becomes the 4th grade teacher of an unruly class with surprising results.

Grimes: Talkin' About Bessie c2002 biography, ethnic diversity
How Bessie Coleman became the first African-American woman to become a licensed pilot as told by her family and friends.

Gutman: My Weird School school, humor
A fun series of books about school life that appeal to reluctant readers.

Hip Hop Speaks to Children: A Celebration of Poetry with a Beat c2008 poetry

Hurwitz: Fourth Grade Fuss c2004 school story
Julio and his friends enjoy their fourth grade activities - the yard sale, ice skating, and a surprise party; but the students get serious when they have to study for end-of-the-year statewide tests.

Kehret: Shelter Dogs: Amazing Stories of Adopted Strays c1999 animals, non-fiction
Tells the story of 8 dogs who were saved from the animal shelter and went on to better lives.

Klingel: Go Fly a Kite! (And Other Sayings We Don't Really Mean) c2008 idioms, figures of speech
Explains the meaning of many common idiomatic expressions used in English.

Mazer: Amazing Days of Abby Hayes fiction

Myers: Blues Journey c2003 poetry, ethnic diversity
Presents blues lyrics that chronicle the history of the African-American experience, and includes information about the development of blues music.

Noble: The Last Brother (Tales of Young America series) c2006 historical fiction
Gabe becomes a bugler in the Civil War to protect his only surviving brother.

Osborne: Magic Tree House series time travel, fiction
Explore the world with Jack and Annie.

Pennypacker: Clementine c2006 fiction, series
Clementine is a funny, energetic, third grader with a talent for getting in trouble and a heart of gold.

Shelby: Adventures of Molly Whuppie and Other Appalachian Folktales c2007 
A collection of fourteen that combine traditional Appalachian folktales with contemporary themes.

Van Draanen: Shredderman series fiction
Discover how Nolan Byrd goes from being the number one nerd at Cedar Valley Elementary to a world famous superhero.

Wiles: Each Little Bird Sings c2005 family life, grief, fiction
Comfort Snowberger is well acquainted with death since her family runs the funeral parlor in their small southern town, but even so the ten-year-old is unprepared for the series of heart-wrenching events that begins on the first day of Easter vacation with the sudden death of her beloved great-uncle Edisto.


Before Entering Fifth Grade

Alvarez: How Tia Lola Learned to Teach c2010 divorce, family life, fiction
Juanita and Miguel's great aunt, Tía Lola, comes from the Dominican Republic to help take care of them after their parents divorce, and soon she is so involved in their small Vermont community that when her visa expires, the whole town turns out to support her.

Clements: We the Children series c2010 mystery
Sixth-grader Ben Pratt's life is full of changes that he does not like but when the school janitor gives him a tarnished coin with some old engravings and then dies, Ben is drawn into an effort to keep the school from being destroyed.

Collins: Gregor the Overlander c2003 fantasy
Gregor and his two-year sister fall down a shaft in the basement and find a world of giant insects and rats. They become part of a huge battle.

DiCamillo: The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane c2006 fantasy
Edward Tulane is a selfish, thoughtless toy rabbit until he loses the little girl who loves him.

Giff: Storyteller c2010 families, historical fiction
Forced to spend months at an aunt's house, Elizabeth feel a connection to her ancestor Zee, whose picture hangs on the wall, and who reveals her story of hardships during the Revolutionary War as Elizabeth comes to terms with her own troubles.

Going: The Liberation of Gabriel King c2005 race relations, friendship
Gabriel, a white boy who is being bullied, and Frita, an African-American girl facing prejudice, decide to overcome their many fears together as they enter fifth grade in Georgia in 1976.

Hahn: All the Lovely Bad Ones ghost stories
Travis and his sister Corey decide to boost business at their grandmother's Vermont inn by staging a few "hauntings" that soon draw tourists from across the country, but when their antics awaken a dark force, they must find a way to put to rest the ghosts they have disturbed.

Hawkins: The Year the Money Grew on Trees c2008 farm life, fiction
In early 1980s New Mexico, thirteen-year-old Jackson Jones recruits his cousins and sisters to help tend an elderly neighbor's neglected apple orchard for the chance to make big money and, perhaps, to own the orchard.

Lowry: The Willoughbys c2008 family life, humorous stories
A tongue-in-cheek take on classic themes in children's literature, in which the four Willoughby children set out to become "deserving orphans" after their neglectful parents embark on a treacherous around-the-world adventure, leaving them in the care of an odious nanny.

Lupica: Two-Minute Drill c2007 dyslexia, football stories
Brainy Scott, a great kicker who otherwise struggles with football, and star quarterback Chris, who has dyslexia, team up to help each other succeed in both football and school.

Maya Angelou c2007 poetry
A brief profile of African American poet Maya Angelou accompanies some of her better known poems.

Nelson: Bad News for Outlaws: The Remarkable Life of Bass Reeves, US Marshal c2009 biography, ethnic diversity
An illustrated biography of Bass Reeves, a former slave who was recruited as a deputy United States marshal, based on his ability to communicate with the Native Americans in the area that was to become Oklahoma.

Paulsen: Hatchet c1987 survival, fiction
After a plane crash, thirteen-year-old Brian spends fifty-four days in the Canadian wilderness, learning to survive initially with only the aid of a hatchet given to him by his mother and learning also to survive his parents' divorce.

Pearson: Kingdom Keepers series suspense fiction
When Disney comes looking for five teenagers to serve as actors for a new technology-Daylight Hologram Images (DHIs), there is more to it than meets the eye.

Peck: A Year Down Yonder c2000 humor, historical fiction
In 1937, during the Great Depression, Mary Alice lives with her very unusual grandmother in rural Illinois.

Smith: Bone c2004 graphic novel
Three cousins leave their home of Boneville. On their journey they meet royalty, dragons, and monsters as they try to return home.

Stewart: The Mysterious Benedict Society c2007 fiction, adventure
Four children are secretly spies as students in the Learning Institute for the Enlightened. They have to avoid being brainwashed by Mr. Curtain, one of the owners of the school. This is a mystery you will be eager to see unfold.

Thomas: The Kids Guide to Money Cent$ c2004 , personal finance, nonfiction
Text and cartoon illustrations introduce kids to the concept of money.

Varius authors: 39 Clues series mystery
Follow Amy Cahill and her brother, Dan, as they travel the world to hunt for the 39 Clues.

Various authors: Dear America series historical fiction


Before Entering Sixth Grade

Blackwood: The Shakespeare Stealer c1998 historical fiction, mystery
Widge, a likeable orphan, finds himself in the middle of an adventure to steal and copy the play HAMLET from Shakespeare. He soon discovers that life in the Globe Theatre is much better than the other places he has apprenticed.

Broach: Shakespeare's Secret c2005 mystery
Hero moves into a new town and finds she is living in an old house with an unusual past. With the help of the police chief's son and her neighbor, Hero tries to unravel the mystery.

Carbone: Stealing Freedom c1998 historical fiction, diversity
This story is based on the true experiences of a young slave girl who escapes to Canada on the Underground Railroad.

Creech: The Wanderer c2000 adventure
Told through journal writings, Sophie and her cousin, Cody, share the experiences of their journey on a sailboat, The Wanderer, from Connecticut to England with six crew members, including her uncles and cousins.

Cushman: The Ballad of Lucy Whipple c1996 historical fiction
Lucy isn’t happy when her mother moves the family from New England to California for the Gold Rush.

Di Camillo: The Tale of Despereaux: Being the Story of a Mouse, a Princess, Some Soup and a Spool of Thread c2003 fantasy
Tale of a tiny mouse with huge ears, a princess that he loves, a servant girl who wishes to be a princess and a rat named Roscuro who yearns for soup.

Funke: Inkheart c2003 fantasy
A girl and her father, a bookbinder who can “read” fictional characters into real life, are abducted by one of the characters, who tries to force them into his service.

Giff: Nory Ryan’s Song c2000 historical fiction 
Twelve-year-old Nory Ryan helps her family and neighbors survive during the 1845 potato famine in Ireland.

Golding: The Secret Within c2002 realistic fiction
Carly’s domineering father has a painful family secret that causes Carly to face danger and seek freedom at night.

Haddix: Double Identity c2005 mystery
Bethany becomes curious about her past when her parents unexpectedly disappear after leaving her with an aunt who she did not know existed. As the story unravels, the conclusion uncovers a shocking secret.

Hesse: Music of the Dolphins c1996 realistic fiction
The thoughts of a young girl, who was raised by dolphins from 4 years old after a plane crash, are recorded by a scientist as she is reintroduced to a civilized way of life.

Holm: Penny from Heaven c2006 historical fiction Newbery Honor winner
In New Jersey during the summer of 1953, eleven-year-old Penny, living with her mother and maternal grandparents, learns the truth about her father's death and about her upbringing after she has a serious accident.

Isaacs: Torn Thread c2000 historical fiction
During World War II, twelve year-old Eva, living in Poland at the time, is sent by her father to a Nazi labor camp in Czechoslovakia, where her sickly sister has been taken.

Kehret: Abduction! c2004 adventure, contemporary realistic fiction

Thirteen-year-old Bonnie, on a quest to find her kidnapped brother and his dog, becomes a victim of the kidnapper as well.

Levine: Hana's Suitcase: A True Story c2002 biography
The director of a newly opened Holocaust museum in Japan and her students become intrigued with a suitcase from a concentration camp found among the museum's artifacts. The story of a Czech girl, Hana Brady, a victim of the Holocaust, unfolds through the search for information about a suitcase.

Paratore: The Wedding Planner’s Daughter c2005 humor, romance 
A twelve-year-old girl, whose mother is a wedding planner, wishes for her mother to marry.

Ryan: Esperanza Rising c2000 historical fiction, diversity
During the Great Depression, Esperanza and her mother are forced from their wealthy home in Mexico to Southern California where they work in harsh conditions.

Selznick: The Invention of Hugo Cabret: A Novel in Words and Pictures c2007 adventure, mystery Caldecott Medal Winner
When twelve-year-old Hugo, an orphan living and repairing clocks within the walls of a Paris train station in 1931, meets a mysterious toyseller and his goddaughter, his undercover life and his biggest secret are jeopardized.

Smith: Peak c2005 adventure, coming-of-age
Fourteen-year-old Peak Marcello’s goal is to become the youngest person to reach the top of Mt. Everest.

Whelan: Angel on the Square c2001 historical fiction 
In 1913 Russia, World War I and the revolution bring unwanted changes into twelve-year-old Katya's life after she joins her mother in the household of Tsar Nicholas II.
















学段 类别 书名 作者(译者)
小学低段(1-2年级,10本) 文学 蝴蝶·豌豆花 金波/编,蔡皋等/画
稻草人 叶圣陶/著
没头脑和不高兴 任溶溶/著
小猪唏哩呼噜 孙幼军/著,裘兆明/图
猜猜我有多爱你 (爱尔兰)麦克布雷尼/著,(英国)婕朗/绘,梅子涵/译
不一样的卡梅拉(我想去看海) (法国)约里波瓦/著,(法国)艾利施/绘,郑迪蔚/译
科学 第一次发现(濒临危机的动物) 法国伽利玛少儿出版社/编,(法国)雨果/绘,王文静/译
神奇校车(在人体中游览) (美国)乔安娜·柯尔/著,(美国)布鲁斯·迪根/绘
人文 千字文·三字经·弟子规 周兴嗣、王应麟、李毓秀/著,罗容海、郝光明、王军丽/译注
中国神话故事 聂作平/编著
小学中段(3-4年级,10本) 文学 千家诗 谢枋得、王相/编选,李乃龙/译注
三毛流浪记 张乐平/绘
宝葫芦的秘密 张天翼/著,丁午/图
安徒生童话 (丹麦)安徒生/著,叶君健/译
长袜子皮皮 (瑞典)林格伦/著,李之义/译
亲爱的汉修先生 (美国)贝芙莉·克莱瑞/著,柯倩华/译
科学 奇妙的数王国 李毓佩/著
让孩子着迷的77×2个经典科学游戏 (日本)后藤道夫/著,施雯黛、王蕴洁/译
人文 林汉达历史故事集 林汉达/著
书的故事 (前苏联)伊林/著,胡愈之/译
小学高段(5-6年级,10本) 文学 西游记 吴承恩/著
城南旧事 林海音/著,关维兴/图
草房子 曹文轩/著
我的妈妈是精灵 陈丹燕/著
夏洛的网 (美国)E·B·怀特/著,任溶溶/译
科学 科学家故事100个 叶永烈/著
昆虫记 (法国)法布尔/著,陈筱卿/译
地心游记 (法国)凡尔纳/著,杨宪益、闻时清/译
人文 孔子的故事 李长之/著
少年音乐和美术故事 丰子恺/著


学段 类别 书名 作者/译者/编者/绘者
小学低段(1-2年级,15本) 文学 百岁童谣 山蔓/编著
寻找快活林 杨红樱/著,大青工作室/绘
熊梦蝶 蝶梦熊 郝广才/著,(俄)欧尼可夫/绘
月光下的肚肚狼 冰波/著
格林童话选 (德国)格林兄弟/著,魏以新/译
让路给小鸭子 (美国)麦克洛斯基/著,柯倩华/译
青蛙和蟾蜍 (美国)阿洛·洛贝尔/著,潘人木、党英台/译
木偶奇遇记 (意大利)卡洛·科洛迪/著,徐调孚/译
了不起的狐狸爸爸 (美国)罗尔德·达尔/著,代维/译
我和小姐姐克拉拉 (德国)迪米特尔·茵可夫/著,陈俊/译
科学 一粒种子的旅行 (德国)安妮·默勒/著,王乾坤/译
鼹鼠博士的地震探险 (日本)松冈达英/著,蒲蒲兰/译
动物王国大探秘 (英国)茱莉亚·布鲁斯/文,兰·杰克逊/图,杨阳、王艳娟/译
人文 笠翁对韵 李渔/著
小学中段(3-4年级,25本) 文学 武松打虎 刘继卣/绘
孙悟空在我们村子里 郭风/著
让太阳长上翅膀 金波/著
小英雄雨来 管桦/著
戴小桥全传 梅子涵著
舒克贝塔航空公司 郑渊洁/著
我是白痴 王淑芬/著
雪花人 (美国)马丁/文,阿扎里安/图,柯倩华/译
父与子 (德国)卜劳恩/绘,洪佩琪/编
丁丁历险记 (比利时)埃尔热/编绘,王炳东/译
爱丽丝漫游奇境记 (英国)刘易斯·卡诺尔/著,王永年/译
柳树间的风 (英国)肯尼思·格雷厄姆/著,任溶溶/译
彼得·潘 (法国)巴里/著,杨静远/译
时代广场的蟋蟀 (美国)赛尔登/著,傅湘雯译
窗边的小豆豆 (日本)黑柳彻子/著,岩崎千弘绘,赵玉皎/译
科学 生命的故事 (英国)维吉尼亚·李·伯顿著/绘,刘宇清/译
最美的科普·四季时钟系列 (德国)雅各布/著,顾白/译
有趣的科学 (英国)温斯顿/著,刘建湘/译
101个神奇的实验 (德国)安提亚·赛安,艾克·冯格/文,夏洛特·瓦格勒/图,谢霜/译
我的第一本科学漫画书 (韩国)洪在彻等/著,林虹均/译
人文 成语故事 李新武/编
图说中国节 大乔/编
讲给孩子的中国地理 刘兴诗/著
希腊神话故事 聂作平/编著
儿童哲学智慧书(第一辑) (法国)奥斯卡·柏尼菲等/著,乐迈特等/绘,李玮/译
小学高段(5-6年级,30本) 文学 绘本聊斋 蒲松龄/著,马兰、王育生等/改编,吴明山、叶毓中/等绘
寄小读者 冰心/著
有老鼠牌铅笔吗? 张之路/著
四弟的绿庄园 秦文君/著
我要做好孩子 黄蓓佳/著
狼王梦 沈石溪/著
狼獾河 格日勒其木格·黑鹤/著
铁丝网上的小花 (意大利)克里斯托夫·格莱兹/著,罗伯特·英诺森提/绘,代维/译
鲁宾孙漂流记 (英国)笛福/著,徐霞村/译
汤姆·索亚历险记 (美国)马克·吐温/著,刁克利/译
福尔摩斯探案全集 (英国)柯南道尔/著,俞步凡/译
小王子 (法国)圣·艾克絮佩尔/著,周克希/译
永远讲不完的故事 (德国)米切尔·恩德/著,李世勋/译
哈利波特与魔法石 (英国)罗琳/著,苏农/译
不老泉 (美国)纳塔莉·巴比特/著,肖慧/译
牧羊少年奇幻之旅 (巴西)保罗·柯艾略/著,丁文林/译
科学 飞向人马座 郑文光/著
潘家铮院士科幻作品集 潘家铮/著
安德的游戏 (美国)奥森·斯科特·卡德/著,李毅/译
森林报 (前苏联)维·比安基/著,王汶/译
万物简史(少儿版) (英国)布莱森/著,严维明/译
科学家工作大揭密 (英国)理查德·斯皮尔伯利、路易斯·斯皮尔伯利/著,王庆/译
人文 我们的母亲叫中国 苏叔阳/著
老子说 庄子说 蔡志忠/编绘
世纪三国 罗伯英潘/绘,钟孟舜/漫画,罗吉甫/撰文
中国孩子的梦 谷应/著
莎士比亚戏剧故事集 (英国)查尔斯·兰姆,玛丽·兰姆/改写,萧乾/译
希利尔讲艺术史 (美国)希利尔/著,李爽、朱玲/译
诺贝尔奖获得者与儿童的对话 (德国)贝蒂娜·施蒂克尔/编,张荣昌/译
居里夫人的故事 (英国)杜尔利/著,二栗/译








1、《异乡的天籁》(赵丽宏)           2、《品格的力量》(英国斯迈尔斯)

3、《林清玄散文》(林清玄)                 4、《文化苦旅》(余秋雨)

5、《菜根谭》               6、《我们仨》(杨绛)

7、《傅雷家书》(傅雷)                     8、《优山美地》 (作者:约翰·缪尔)

9、《瓦尔登湖》(作者:亨利·大卫·梭罗)       10、《人生若只如初见》(安如意)

11、《毕淑敏散文》(毕淑敏)              12、《生命的滋味》(席慕容)

13、《生命的追问》(张海迪)              14、《妞妞:一个父亲的札记》(周国平)

15、《苏东坡传》(林语堂)             16、《世界上那个最爱我的人去了》(张洁)


18、《汉字书法之美》(蒋勋)              19、《我的唐宋兄弟》金满



1、《女生日记》(杨红樱)               2、《活着》(余华)

3、《少年维特之烦恼》(歌德)           4、《人生》、《平凡的世界》(路遥)


6、围城(增订版) (钱钟书)           7、《早恋》(肖复兴)

8、《成长》(王海鸰)                  9、《麦田里的守望者》(杰罗姆·大卫·塞林格)


11、《一生》(莫泊桑)                12、《边城》(沈从文)

13、《暗算》 (麦加)                 14、《射雕英雄传》(金庸)



1.《普希金诗选》(普希金)             2.《泰戈尔抒情诗选》(泰戈尔)

3.《中国少女之歌》桂兴华            4、海子诗选

5、席慕容诗歌选读                     6、余光中诗歌选

7、唐诗三百首                         8、现代朦胧诗选

9、《毛泽东诗词》(毛泽东)             10、舒婷诗选




































生命是美好的,社会也是可以美好的,但现实不一定如此。最后,我想选一本书,诉说现实的残酷性。听说慕容雪村的《原谅我红尘颠倒》就很黑暗,但我还没有看,担心只有黑暗。最终还是选择了《活着》。其实,《活着》的价值倒不在于它揭示的现实的残酷性,而是生命的韧力。 (文/贾洵)
































中华读书报 张铁民






















第二条路线则是从日常经济活动或经济事件中去了解人们的经济行为,并验证课堂中讨论的经济理论。当然,我不是说要同学们学张五常于大年夜在街头卖桔子,而是推荐你们两本从经济理论去思考日常经济活动的书籍:亨利。赫兹利特(Henry Hazlitt)的《一课经济学》和瓦特·布拉克(Water Block)的《百辩经济学》。将这两本书的书名连起来就成:“经济学其实只有一课,但是却需要不断地为它辩护”。经济学的“这一课”,亨利·赫兹利特称它为“破窗理论”,大意是说:有一个小坏蛋打破一家面包店的一块玻璃,然后溜走。路人见状开始争辩,说这破坏行动将带给玻璃业者生意机会,玻璃业者赚了钱去买可乐又带给可乐生产者生意机会,如此推论下去,这小坏蛋带给社会许多的生意和就业机会。结论是社会应该表扬这小坏蛋对社会的“贡献”。读者同意吗?应该是歪论,却找不出毛病,是吧?!



















澳大利亚人莫理循(G.E.Morison,1862—1920),打青年便好冒险,曾徒步穿行中国,于1895年起任英国《泰晤士报》驻北京记者,用他的笔和舌,对清朝与英日俄美等国关系,发生过重大影响。1912年起他被民国总统袁世凯聘作政治顾问,更深悉中国政坛黑幕。澳大利亚华裔学者骆惠敏已将他的书信集整理刊布(1986年上海知识出版社刊有中译本)。但他更直接记叙中国观感与个人卷入中外政治漩涡内情的日记、备忘录等,尚未公表。已故的澳大利亚记者珀尔(Cyril Pearl),就根据这些第一手史料,著成这部传记,内容或过于琐碎,行文颇近于小说,但对于想了解清末民初政治文化史实相的读者来说,似乎更可由“旁观者清”而获得醒脑效应。

●《经学历史》 (周予同注释本,北京中华书局2004年新1版)


●《清代学术概论》 (朱维铮导读本,上海古籍出版社1998年初版)


●《阿Q正传》 (原载北京《晨报》,后收入《呐喊》,今之版本不计其数)


●《中国:传统与变迁》 (北京世界知识出版社中译本,2002年版)


●《名家专题精讲系列》 (复旦大学出版社,已出四辑24种,2002-2005)


●《戊戌变法史事考》 (北京三联书店2005年1月)


●《思想史研究课堂讲录》 (北京三联书店2005年4月)














































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