If you want to do some extra reading at home, here are some recommended reads for Year 3.
Judy Moody Saves the World
Judy Moody did not set out to save the world. She set out to win a contest. A Band-Aid contest. The mercurial Judy returns, and she’s in a mood to take on the world!
The Cat that Broke the Internet's Back
This book tells the story of a cat called Munch. Munch was a very ugly and fat cat, who lived with his dear owner, Miss Emily. An unflattering picture of Munch, the neighbourhood cat, is posted on the internet.
Dreadful Fate of Jonathan York
Jonathan York has led a boring life – a pointless degree from the community college, a lackluster job at the General Store, and never any desire for something more exciting. But when fate leaves him stranded in a sinister land, he finds himself seeking an adventure of his own.
The Brilliant World of Tom Gates
The Brilliant World of Tom Gates is about Tom Gates. A boy who is more focused on doodling and biscuits than his school work. His life is full of beady eyed teachers like Mr Fullerman, the annoying Marcus Meldrew and grumpy sisters like Delia.
Poptropica: Lunar Colony
What starts as a boring family vacation becomes an out-of-this-world adventure when 13-year-old Glen Johns is accidentally blasted to the moon. On the lunar surface, he'll search for a missing astronaut, find the source of a mysterious transmission, and uncover a secret as old as the stars.
Honey Moon: Dog Daze
Wanting to start a business together to earn some spending money, Honey Moon and her friends have a magical idea. In the town where every day is Halloween night, Honey and friends start a dog-walking service called the Sleepy Hollow Howlers. But when the business becomes more than the girls can handle, dog-walking suddenly takes on a new leash and fur flies with disastrous and entertaining results.
Desmond Pucket Makes Monster Magic
Meet Desmond Pucket--master of mayhem! Will his monster-y special effects pranks get him kicked out of middle school?