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A series of scary and dangerous trials, of course! So much for just worrying about school and spots. The world-famous, bewitching novel is given new life in this fabulous graphic novel. Lyra Belacqua lives carefree among the scholars of Jordan College, but her life takes a troublesome turn with the arrival of her fearsome uncle, Lord Asriel who draws Lyra to the heart of a terrible struggle — one born of Gobblers and stolen children, witch clans and even armoured bears.
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A huge, fantastical journey awaits Lyra in this famous, fantasy tale retold in bold, graphic style. Rose Rivers is set in the enchanting world of Hetty Feather and written by the awesome Jacqueline Wilson. Take a trip back in time with Rose, a young Victorian girl who lives in a beautiful house with her artist father, her fragile mother, lots of brothers and sisters and even more staff. A stunning, classic Wilson tale for all the dreamers out there. Like many young girls her age, Lottie Pumpkin dreams of being a princess.
Swap identities! What could possibly go wrong? Well, someone at Rosewood is on to them for starters. Good luck girls. Step aside, Mr Bond. Join Connor on an explosive thrill-ride through China. After discovering that Buddyguard HQ has been attacked and his fellow recruits have been abducted, Connor is summoned to Shanghai.
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In a foreign country on his own, he soon learns the hard way! If you like a little more BANG from your book, this is the reading mission for you. The loveable Walker children embark on an experience like no other when they sail their boat, Swallow, to an island for a camping trip. But their adventure takes a turn when they find themselves under attack from the pirates of the Amazon, Nancy and Peggy Blackett. This classic has been captivating the imaginations of both children and adults ever since it was first published in Ted Spark has another epic mystery to solve during his holiday to New York.
When young, insecure Meg goes looking for her lost father with her brother, she finds more than she bargained for. With cosmic evil forces threatening to swallow the universe, Meg must find her inner strength to save her family. This story is the perfect combination of adventure, fantasy and science-fiction. Or, he did.
With this new kind of rat on the block and a stupid-looking kid playing the flute in his sites, this con-cat plots the perfect money-making plan — well, at least until he brings his con to the rundown town of Bad Blintz. This is a brilliantly bonkers adaptation of the German fairy tale about the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Free Nonfiction Free Stories Reading Group Guides Reading Guides Training for War. Free Short Stories Buy Ebooks. All Books. Baen Community. Baen's Bar.
About Baen. I love this book! They mostly fail. But fortunately for the reader, the young strangers get a second chance to help Laylee not just escape an unjust prison sentence but find happiness as well. This requires help from their buggy friend and thousands of reanimated corpses. So when Caitlin reads about grief and closure, she decides to go after closure in a literal, hands-on way.
And it will help both she and her father build their relationship and let go of Devon. Well-crafted story and characters. She cares for her siblings while her mom works, trying not to make a mess or too much noise. A kind teacher at school encourages Zoey to join the debate club. Yet other ghosts are rogues. In this story, the Black Rot is killing haunted house ghosts. Lapsewood to find out how to stop it.
Totally entertaining and very well-written. The words stay about two weeks and the negative words itch badly. Anonymous notes encourage Elyse to try new things and grow out of her comfort zone. She does and is surprised with the positive results including self-acceptance.
This would be an interesting book to discuss with a book group! Thrones of Bones Frostborn by Lou Andres FANTASY Two misfits — a boy named Karn who is only good at playing a board game, and a girl named Thianna who is a half-human, half-giantess — unexpectedly partner to survive deadly soldiers, undead warriors, trolls, and a dragon. This is a dystopian novel about a group of people with the power to do things with their mind. I really enjoyed it. To find out, the sisters take a boat to a secret island where they are helped by a mysterious seal. Is it their mother? And see the magic in family, forgiveness, and love.
When his mistress gives birth to triplets of a prophecy, the three children are spirited away and hidden separately. Now that the children are older, each of them faces challenges and adventures that lead them to the truth of who they really are — the foretold saviors of the empire. Kit is determined to bring Mr. Granger, the mine boss, to justice.
Her grit lands her a job at a newspaper where she can investigate more about the mine and Mr. So well-written, this is a thoughtful treatment of emotions and grief — I highly recommend it, especially for book club discussions. In fact, those enemies have killed him many times in past versions of the world. But with the help of a wise Native American healer, a Native American priest, the two personality-filled snakes that have become his arms!
All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Perry is well-loved by his mother and her friends. This story will stay with you long after you read the last page. And yes, it does begin in a cafeteria where four kids learn they all have something in common — horror stories.
When their clubhouse is mysteriously destroyed, they receive invitations to visit a creepy Gothic mansion. Well-written with illustrations, scary story fans will enjoy this story of friendship and terror. Just as Dess finally starts to trust her foster family, her mother wants her back. Oh, and interestingly enough, the foster family is black and Dess is white. Like the government trying to kidnap him. A fast-paced, excellent adventure! Once there, Noah who is now called Jonah meets a sad little girl named Claudia. This is an excellent depiction of her life.
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I appreciate that you took the time to provide such great summaries and books of all genres! Emmet spends time with batteries and electrical sciences, while Inga is more focused on mechanical sciences. Both are curricular bridges with social studies. Written by a retired science teacher. This is a suggestion, you should try to put in a thumbs up and down next to each book. And I think with Zika in the news it is a subject that parents and kids can discuss together, since Dr.
John Snow was the founder of epidemiology. When I present in middle schools, I meet lots of kids interested in nonfiction. But I would say these are all good middle school titles. I once had a 2nd grader ask if my Titanic book was based on the movie. This happened to us — my husband brought home the classic German U-Boat film, Das Boot, and we got hooked on submarine movies. And my next book is called DIVE!
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Would love to see a list for advanced readers. So no scarlet letter or the like. Any suggestions? Give me a few days. Here you go!
I wish the reading levels reflected more of a challenge for the age. Most of the books I looked up were all at 4th and 5th grade reading levels. I would love to see books like these written for the more advanced reader in a skill level more indicative of the grade level. Why does the publishing world ignore more advanced readers without subjecting them to a more advanced mature concepts?
Kind of a rhetorical question, unless someone has an answer?????? About a third of these are YA so are you including those in your assessment of the reading level? The rest of the recommendations are middle grade which, as you probably know, is the wide range of 8 — 12 year olds. What are you thinking for maturity that is missing? I am writing a list of books that are all challenging — stay tuned! And, if you have any other thoughts or suggestions, please let me know! I want to read these books now! Books for 5- and 6- year olds Books for 7-year olds Books for 8-year olds Books for 9-year olds Books for year olds Books for year olds Books for year olds […].
Your email address will not be published. When her parents take a new live-in job at a motel, they end up working around the clock for very little pay. Mia helps out by working at the front desk. She befriends the weekly tenants and uses her English skills to write letters advocating other people in tough spots— like her uncle whose sweatshop boss has taken his passport and weekly, Hank, who needs a letter of recommendation to get a job.
Middle school is hard enough with friend drama but add to it not-being-black-enough drama, personal and community race-related drama, and boy drama. Shayla explains to her classmates that black lives have been and are still being marginalized and treated differently than what is right, fair, or equal. This is a powerful story about a girl finding her voice. Because, without the Belles, the people are gray and ugly. I enjoyed this imaginative fantasy world where beauty is tightly controlled.