Browse through all of the titles for September below and click on a cover image below to find out more about the book, including annotation, discussion questions, and link to TeachingBook.net curated resources.
Always in Trouble
Always in Trouble by Corinne Demas. Illustrated by Noah Z. Jones. Scholastic Press, 2009 1. What kinds of things can Read more.
Ninth Ward by Jewell Parker Rhodes. Little, Brown, 2010 1. How does the author use bridges as a symbol in Read more.
Lockdown by Walter Dean Myers. Amistad / HarperTeen, 2010 1. If you had a friend, like Reese’s friend Toon, who Read more.
Prime Baby / Smile
Prime Baby by Gene Luen Yang. First Second / Roaring Brook Press, 2010 Smile by Raina Telgemeier. Graphix, 2010 Read more.
Pecan Pie Baby
Pecan Pie Baby by Jacqueline Woodson. Illustrated by Sophie Blackall. Putnam, 2010 1. “Pecan Pie Baby” is a nickname. Do Read more.
Rickshaw Girl by Mitali Perkins. Charlesbridge, 2007 1. How did Naima change throughout the story? 2. How does Naima’s art Read more.
Cosmic by Frank Cottrell Boyce. U.S. edition: HarperCollins, 2010 1. How would Liam define the role of being a dad Read more.
Dark Water by Laura McNeal. Alfred A. Knopf, 2010 1. How would the story change if it were told from Read more.
Carry Me by Rena D. Grossman. Star Bright Books, 2009 1. How do you like to be carried? 2. Is Read more.
The Frog Scientist
The Frog Scientist by Pamela S. Turner. Photographs by Andy Comins. (Scientists in the Field) Houghton Mifflin, 2009. 1. What Read more.
Hello Baby! by Mem Fox. Illustrated by Steve Jenkins. Beach Lane Books, 2009 1. What ways do you help at Read more.
Zora and Me
Zora and Me by Victoria Bond and T.R. Simon. Candlewick Press, 2010 1. What do you think is the most Read more.
Forge by Laurie Halse Anderson. Atheneum, 2010 1. What motivated African American soldiers to fight in the Revolutionary War? 2. Read more.
Rrralph by Lois Ehlert. Beach Lane, 2011 1. Can Ralph really talk? Do you think animals can talk to us? Read more.