Here are some more great books for reading aloud to students in K-3:
Officer Buckle and Gloria by Peggy Rathmann
Officer Buckle visits schools and talks to students about safety. His talks bore the students until he gets Gloria, a police dog to accompany him. When Officer Buckle goes alone, the children all fall asleep When Gloria goes alone, she falls asleep on stage. Afterward, there are many accidents.
Officer Buckle and Gloria return with the best safety tip #101- Always stick with your buddy. This book received the 1996 Caldecott Medal.
Don’t Laugh Joe by Keiko Kaska
Joe the Possum is always giggling. He can’t seem to master the art of playing dead, not even for his favorite dessert, a bug pie. Then one day a hungry bear shows up…Kasza even manages to make possums look cute.
Flight School by Lita Judge
Penguin wants to fly more than anything. So he enrolls in flight school. After practicing for weeks with no success; penguin is brokenhearted until his teacher, Flamingo, has a brilliant idea that just might work.
This Moose Belongs to Me by Oliver Jeffers
Wilfred loves his pet moose. even though Marcel does follow rule #4 very well-Don’t make too much noise while Wilfred plays his record collection or rule #7-Go whichever way Wilfred wants to go.
One day on a long walk, Wilfred makes a terrible discovery, Someone else thinks she owns the moose. What will Wilfred do now?