Bluebonnet Book List

Texas Bluebonnet Books

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Check out the list below to discover the books nominated for this year's Texas Bluebonnet Book award. These books are read by third through sixth graders all over the state of Texas, and students who read at least five are able to vote for their favorite in January of 2019.

The winning book for 2017-2018 was The Last Kids on Earth by Max Braillier. 

Bluebonnets 2018-19

Texas Bluebonnet Book Trailers and Author Interviews:



Here is a link to a reading chart that you can use to keep track of the books you are reading. These logs will also be in the library and need to be checked off by Mrs. Conklin after each time a student finishes one of the books. 

Reading Log