24/7 MOMS

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Fave Summer Reading for Moms and Kids

Looking for a new book to read? A book to read to your kids? or for your kids to enjoy reading ? What about your teen daughters? 24/7 MOMS has created the big big list of fave Summer reads for moms and kids.

Tell us your favorite Summer read by leaving a comment.

Children’s Books

Here’s Lily – Also has a companion book called The Beauty Book – by Nancy Rue

Dear America Series by Scholastic

American Girl Mystery Books

The Mysterious Benedict Society – by Trenton Lee Stewart

Wally McDoogle Series – by Bill Meyers

Amelia Bedelia – by Peggy Parish

The Elijah Project Series – by Bill Myers

The Chronicles of Narnia Series – by C.S. Lewis

The Magic Tree House Series – by Mary Pope Osborne

The Adventures in Odyssey Series – by Paul McCusker

The Pony Pals Series – by Jeanne Betancourt

The Kidsboro Series – by Marshal Younger

The Veggie Tales Series – by Ronald Kidd

MOM Fiction Books

Redemption Series – by Karen Kingsbury

Thr3e (Three) – by Ted Dekker

Cape Refuge – by Terri Blackstock

Her Mother’s Hope – by Francine Rivers

Redeeming Love – by Francine Rivers

MOM / Family / Parenting Books

Movie Nights For Kids – Focus on the Family – by John Fornof

The Way They Learn – by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias

Preparing Your Son For Every Man’s Battle – by Stephen Arterburn & Fred Stoeker

Preparing Your Daughter For Every Woman’s Battle – by Stephen Arterburn & Fred Stoeker

Secret Keeper Girl 8 Great Dates to Have With Your Daughter – by Dannah Gresh

The Parent Adventure – by Rodney & Selma Wilson

When Kids Hurt – Chap Clark & Steve Rabey

5 Conversations You Must Have With Your Daughter – by Vicki Courtney

Mom’s Everything Book for Daughters – by Becky Freeman

The Most Important Place on Earth – by Robert Wolgemuth

The Mentoring Mom – by Jackie Kendall

The Key To Your Child’s Heart – by Gary Smalley

Teenager Books

Laurel Shadrach Series – by Stephanie Perry Moore

Sierra Jensen Collection – by Robin Jones Gunn

Christy Miller Collection – by Robin Jones Gunn

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