By GreatSchools Staff
Even the child who seems ready to plunge into summer fun may be anxious about trading the predictable routine of school for new adventures in a new place. Reading a book together about summer or camp can help you and your child talk about any worries she may have.
Child Care Aware, a national organization that helps parents connect with child-care resources in their communities, offers this book list:
For younger children:
Some children don't happily dive into a book. If your child is in that category, we recommend these:
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