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Printable Book Lists for Kids

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Use these cute printable book lists with your kids for trips to the library or as fun books lists for summer reading goals!

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Two printable book lists lay next to a stack of books.

Summer is here and so are added trips to our local library! I created these printable book lists for my kids to use and they have come in handy for our family over the years. They are the perfect spot for kids to write down books they want to check out from the library. They can also use them with the library’s online catalog to include the book’s call number.

I am happy to share these book list printables with you in my Resource Library. There are four versions of the list included with different titles at the top so the they can be used in many different ways. 

Four printable sheets with book lists on them; a small book worm is illustrated on each list.

Here are a few of the different ways you can use these cute printable book lists!

How to Use the Book Lists

Library Book Lists

Use these lists as a spot for kids to jot down books they want to check out on their next library trip. Practice using your local library’s online catalog and writing down the book’s call number or the author with the book’s title. Then once at the library, kids can practice finding the book and learning how to navigate the library!

A reading list sits on top of a stack of children's picture books.

Reading Goal List

Kids can use the list to create a reading goal and keep track of the books they’ve read over the summer, in a month or whatever time frame they’d like! Each list has room for nine books. Add a little fun by adding a reward or special treat once the list is filled up.

Stack of children's chapter books sit next to a reading book list.

Family Reading List

If your family loves to read books together, use a list to keep track of your reads! The lists print two to a page. You can cut them apart or keep them together. It is fun to look back and see how many books you read together. 

Book list sits next to chapter books.

Making the Reading Lists

I like to print my lists on white cardstock and use a paper trimmer to cut them apart. 

Book lists being cut apart with a paper trimmer.

How to Download the Free Files

Download the Free Files! You will find the free printables in my Resource Library under Printables, Games and Activities. Enter your first name and email to get the password to download this file. You’ll also have a chance to sign up for my newsletter to receive fun craft tutorials, tips, updates and more FREE files to help make crafting something special and unique easier! 

I hope you enjoy using these fun printables! Use this book list with my LEGO-themed reading chart, for a summer of fun reading.

If you love reading, check out these fun book-themed craft ideas!

Happy Crafting! -Kim

 

 

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