Lower School Summer Reading 2018

Grades 1 and 2
Students entering grades 1 and 2 are asked to read five books of their choice over the summer and bring their list, signed by a parent, to school on the first day back in August.
HAISLN List grades 1 & 2

3rd Grade
Students entering third grade are asked to read two chapter books from the HAISLN list grades 3 & 4 and three chapter books of their own choice. Bring a list of the books you read, signed by a parent, to school in August.

4th Grade
Students entering fourth grade are asked to pick three books from the HAISLN List grades 3 & 4, and two of their own choice. Bring a list of the books you read, signed by a parent, to school in August.

HAISLN Summer Reading Lists


Recommended books for students in preschool to twelfth grade, published by the Houston Area Independent School Library Network.

Award Winning Children's Books

20 books for children from age two to grade two, chosen by the Children's Round Table, a unit of the Texas Library Association
 
Texas Library Association compiles a list of 20 recommended books every year, and Texas school children who read a minimum of five titles vote on their favorite
 
Awarded to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children, chosen by the Association for Library Service to Children
 
Honors African-American authors and illustrators of outstanding books for children and young adults
 
Lone Star List
Recommended books for Middle School students, chosen by the Young Adult Round Table, a committee of the Texas Library Association
 
Awarded to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children, chosen by the Association for Library Service to Children
 
Awarded to a non-fiction book, chosen by the Association for Library Service to Children
Ambitious academics rooted in abiding Christian values for children age 2 through grade 8


Located in Houston, Texas, River Oaks Baptist School is a private, Christian, co-educational day school for students in preschool, lower school, and middle school. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, Christian character education, competitive athletics, fine and performing arts, and a wide selection of extra-curricular activities.