Scholastic offers many resources to help keep your children and young aduts reading this summer. They have a bunch of different book list recommendations as well as a reading timer app. In addition, they provide forms such as a reading log, book review template, character scrapbook template and certificate. You can make reading fun for your children and learn at the same time. Check out their materials at:?http://www.scholastic.com/parents/resources/collection/more-reading-resources/keep-your-kids-reading-all-summer-long
Manhattan Beach Unified School District (MBUSD) also has their own summer reading lists for 1st through 12th grade published on their website. You can download each individual list as a pdf.
Check out summer reading clubs at the Los Angeles Public Library from June 9 to August 2nd. These programs offer activities, shows, art/crafts, and digital badges fr reading and are free to the public.
This article highlights how to help your students include non-fiction selections in their summer reading, including National Geographic Readers, Scholastic, and Simon & Schuster.
This website offers a list of books for all students ages 7 through 17 and rates them by starts as well as gives a very short synopsis of the book.