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Now Sophie spends all her time trying to get into the School for Evil and manipulates Agatha to do so. Save Save. Try the next list up! Thank you. What a great list! Here you go.
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Hope this helps! Read this very comprehensive reading list you put together a while ago. That was the time my year old was going through a no-reading phase at home. He was either reading books below his reading level or just not reading at all. Then I got him Refugee and Insignificant Events…. The latter revived his interest in reading and the former brought joy back into his reading. He is making connections and asking questions, taking sides as he jostles along Josef, Mahmoud and Isabel. Grade 5 will be reading it from July onwards. My oldest son is 10, just starting grade 5.
He was an advanced reader at a young age, reading the Harry Potter series when he was in grade 2 and 3 at his instigation. We have struggled to find reading material that is on his level, but with age appropriate themes. Your booklists contain some wonderful suggestions. I will print out your lists and give them to him to read through by himself, as he currently rejects any book I propose directly.
All THE PEople here are just mothers but I am a kid and I was looking for some books to read once i saw space case one of my favorite books i just kept scrolling down. He always says the books are boring. Your list however has given me some great options. Almost all of these books I have never heard of before. I love to read.
Your reviews of these books were written so well. Please email me anytime if you think I could be of more help! I hope it takes the right book to get your son reading.
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I love your list, especially how comprehensive and up to date it is. I just wanted to add some information about Crossing the Line by Meghan Rogers. Just an FYI. Thanks so much for this truly remarkable list! I have four boys, 16, 13 and 10 year old twins. I love finding good reading options for them. Thank you for sharing! I have a few of these! My 8 and 11 year olds love it! She has good info there. What a lucky day that I found your website!
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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. I loved this story— the writing, the characters, the plot, and the messages of inclusion and determination. Written from many different voices about one day in history, readers easily can see the massive amount of cooperation, planning. What an incredible retelling of this day, appropriate for middle grade readers.
Marsh writes a stunning novel about two young boys from very different backgrounds — one is a refugee from Syria while the other is an American who has just moved to Belgium. Interwoven in this timely, poignant story are the big issues of refugees, prejudice, fear, friendship, and kindness. To avoid the overcrowded refugee centers, Ahmed hides in the basement of the house where Max lives with his family.
And it works. Tender, eye-opening, and heartfelt — this is the story of a foster kid named Red and her journey of abandonment, growing up, empowerment, and finding a family.
Soon, she becomes friends with a neighbor boy and starts developing a relationship with her foster parents. Unexpectedly, Mila finds her strength when she starts karate classes. That helps her find what works to put a stop to the harassment. I highly recommend this essential book; it should be shared widely with middle school boys and girls. Alexa and her friends learn that Ahmed was in a real war and has been separated from his family.
When Alexa and her friends hear that England is going to shut the borders, they decide they must go to the Queen to help Ahmed be reunited with his family. They go to the palace in person, tangling with the guards, and getting in big trouble but it eventually leads to media attention and a happy solution. Showing the power of individuals to make a difference, this moving gem of a novel ultimately is about human kindness and friendship.
Rowan wants to be a Monster Hunter instead of the future queen. When tragedy strikes her brother, she gets her chance to switch roles and become the Royal Monster Slayer with her aunt with her brother as king. Unfortunately, she must face and kill a gryphon soon or her scheming uncle will get the throne instead. The story is an exciting adventure filled with surprises, mythical creatures, and new friendships. What will they do? Charming and heart-warming. Then one day, she gets a chance to prove it.
Beautifully written. This book is brilliantly written for so many reasons. One, because it addresses the very real issue of police violence against black children but it does not vilify or stereotype. The author shows us the complexity of issues and the humanity of a police officer from the perspective of his daughter.
After Jerome is shot by her father, he becomes a ghost. Sarah is the only one who can see and talk to him. My tale is told. Only the living can make the world better. Live and make it better. The author skillfully weaves an important, heartfelt story about growing up, family, and finding your identity in the context of adoption, historical maltreatment of Native Americans, and the mystery of your own heritage.
The truth opens her eyes and ours to the unjust but common practices that happened throughout U. Our complex, likable story-loving heroine Ileana lives in Romania under a real-life, evil leader named Ceausescu.
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During his totalitarian regime, spies were everywhere. So were disappearances, death, rationing, and fear of saying the wrong thing. Ileana is an ordinary girl who finds joy and solace in stories, especially the folktales her father tells her and the ones she writes and rewrites in her journal.
As we read about her life, interwoven in the chapters is a folktale about a brave princess named Ileana who survives thanks to her wit and bravery. Unfortunately, the country village becomes just as dangerous as the city. Soldiers arrive ordering all citizens to leave their homes. To survive, she works for a cruel chimney sweep who uses children to make himself richer.
When another sweep tries to burn Nan alive, a charcoal golem, formerly a piece of charcoal left to her by Sweep, emerges to save her. On their own, they are helped by a street boy and a kind Jewish teacher. The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl is a thoughtful coming-of-age story about a girl genius with OCD whose grandma wants her to go to public middle school to make one friend, read one non-math book, and join one school activity. Surprisingly, Lucy does find friends and more than that, too.
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