Summer Reading


There are many book lists available online, and here are a few to get you started:

1. Scholastic's Book Wizard is a tool to help your child find great books!

2. Reading Rocket has amazing theme-based book lists.

3. Common Sense Media offers book and movie suggestions.

4. A Book and a Hug helps readers find books based on their unique personality.

5. What's Next? helps readers see the next book in a series.

6. Award winners-

One size does NOT fit all! GCISD believes in giving students a voice and a choice, so our students are encouraged to make individualized reading lists with their families that are just right for them!


All GCISD students have access to free e-books, audiobooks, and Read-a-Longs with the Sora app in Classlink!

EPIC Books for Kids

This amazing company continues to support literacy by offering access to over 40,000 e-books FREE during the school day!

Public Libraries have Overdrive e-book collections too!

For free e-book collections that companies have generously provided access through the summer go HERE.

Public Libraries!

Check with your local library.

Public Libraries always have amazing summer programs for young readers!

Colleyville Public Library

Euless Public Library

Grapevine Public Library