X marks the spot is a popular title. And, why not? It conjures up visions of adventure and treasure. Who would’t want to find a map marked with an X?
Share these books with the children in your life and take off on a literary treasure hunt-
X Marks the Spot
by R. Schuyler (author) and Art Mawhinney (illustrator)
Random House Bright and Early Books easy reader grades k-2
The youngest readers will enjoy this beginning map book featuring Harry and his dinosaurs on search of treasure.
X Marks the Spot (Math Matters Series)
by Lucille Recht Penner (author) and H=Jerry Smath (illustrator)
Kane Publishing grades 1-3
When two brothers move into their grandfathers house they discover treasure maps. By following the maps they discover that their new neighborhood has many treasures to be discovered. This is fun books that teach math and mapping skills.
X Marks the Spot!
by Jeff Szpirglas & Daniell Saint-Onge (authors) and Dave Whamond (illustrator)
Orca Books chapter book grades 1-3
Leo loves maps and uses one to get rescue his friends on the class field trip and learns a lesson in responsibility in this clever chapter book.
X Marks the Spot -book # 2 in the Puppy Pirate Series
by Erin Soderberg
Random House Books for Young Readers chapter book for grades 1-4
This is a darling series for children in the early elementary grades who love puppies and buried treasure.
The Truth about my Unbelievable Summer…
by David Cali and Benjamin Chaud
Summer is bound to be exciting if it starts with a treasure map found in a bottle in this epic tale of a summer adventure.
Just for fun, here is a link for a free download of a treasure map coloring page
Thanks for stopping by on today’s A to Z Blog Challenge journey through maps in children’s books