Elementary Book List: September 2011 Back-to-School Titles

These are all fun new titles that came out in 2011 that cover going back to school. They might be fun to read in the library. I have pulled this list from many different resources.

Title Author, Illustrator Publisher Grade
Back to School Tortoise Written by Lucy M. George, Illustrated by Merel Eyckerman Albert Whitman, 2011 K-2
Desk Stories Written by Kevin O’Malley Albert Whitman, 2011 2-4
First Day of School Written by Anne Rockwell, Illustrated by Lizzi Rockwell Harper, 2011 K-2
Follow the Line to School Written and Illustrated by Laura Ljungkvist Viking, 2011 K-2
Is Your Buffalo Ready for Kindergarten? Written by Audrey Vernick, Illustrated by Daniel Jennewein Balzer & Bray, 2010 Pre-2
The Little Red Pen Written and Illustrated by Janet Stevens Harcourt, 2011 K-3
Polka-Dot Fixes Kindergarten Written by Catherine Urdahl, Illustrated by Mai. S. Kemble Charlesbridge, 2011 Pre-1
Sea Monster’s First Day Written by Kate Messner, Illustrated by Andy Rash Chronicle Books, 2011 Pre-1
Seven Little Mice Go to School Written by Haruo Yamashita, Illustrated by Kazuo Iwamura North-South, 2011 K-2
Ten Rules You Absolutely Must Not Break if You Want to Survive the School Bus Written by John Grandits, Illustrated by Michael Allen Austin Clarion, 2011 K-3
This Plus That: Life’s Little Equations Written by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, Illustrated by Jen Corace Harper, 2011 K-3


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2 thoughts on “Elementary Book List: September 2011 Back-to-School Titles”

  1. Thanks for the book suggestions. I love having some fun new books to start the year off. Also teachers are always on the hunt for a nice back-to-school or friendship themed book.

  2. Thanks for the list. If you have any to give away, I’d like one or even 2 (selfish ain’t I?). It’s almost too late to order any, but they’re great to have on hand for nexst year. I’ll have to order one or 2 with the other books I order as well.

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