NLB’s Suggested Reads for the 2013 School Holidays (Primary 2)


Planning a visit the library during the 2013 December School Holidays? If you are wondering what books to borrow at the public libraries, we have asked the folks at the National Library Board to share with us some suggested titles that children can borrow and read.

These 17 titles have been selected for the Primary Two level.

You can click on the titles to check if the books are available at your preferred library. The authors and call numbers have also provided to make it easier to track them down at the library.

For the period from 16 Nov 2013 to 31 January 2014, you can borrow twice the number of books as usual at the public libraries in Singapore.

See some suggested reads for the Primary One Level.

The Sandman: The Story of Sanderson Mansnoozie
William Joyce
Provides the background, history, and life of Sanderson Mansnoozie, better known as the Sandman, who helps the Man in the Moon keep children safe at night by bringing them sweet dreams.Attack of the Tyrannosaurus (Dinosaur Cove)
Rex Stone
“Tom and Jamie can’t believe their luck when they find a secret entrance to a prehistoric world filled with dinosaurs! The first dinosaur they meet is a friendly wannanosaurus. It eats the fruit from super-stinky ginkgo trees. But soon, Tom and Jamie meet a much less friendly dino: a Tyrannosaurus Rex that would like to eat them!”

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The Japanese Ninja Surprise (Flat Stanley’s Worldwide Adventures)
Sara Pennypacker
Flat Stanley mails himself to Japan to visit his hero, martial arts movie star Oda Nobu, and becomes his personal ninja.

Great-Grandpa’s in the Litter Box (The Zack Files)
Dan Greenburg
Zack takes home from the local animal shelter a scruffy tomcat who not only talks but claims to be the reincarnation of Zack’s Great-Grandpa Julius.

Daisy Dawson and the Secret Pond

Steve Voake
Daisy Dawson has an amazing gift: she can understand and talk to animals! In her second adventure, she is determined to find a pair of shy otters and take their photo to show at school. With Boom the basset hound, Cyril the squirrel, and a pair of mischievous young squirrels in tow, it promises to be a perfect day with friends. But as they all set out, the birds are singing about rain clouds on the way. Will Daisy get the picture she needs before the weather gets her?

Officer Spence Makes No Sense! (My Weird School Daze)

Dan Gutman
Ella Mentry School’s security guard proves overzealous in his pursuit of a peanut-butter-and-jelly-sandwich thief.

Destination Danger (Astrosaurs Academy)

Steve Cole

Sky High (Dinosaur Land)

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Amelia Bedelia

Peggy Parish
A literal-minded housekeeper causes chaos in the Rogers household when she attempts to make sense of some instructions.

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