It's a historical book, so it takes place in the 's. Perfect for: Tweens and teens who like dystopian fiction. This richly imaginative and well-researched series cleverly combines fascinating historical details about the Dust Bowl era with folklore and fantasy.
This epic fantasy trilogy has inspired a passion for fantasy in generations of teens. Find our Divergent at your local library. We firmly believe in the parents right and responsibility to have the ultimate choice in choosing reading material for their children.
There you can also get the title and artist information. The hook: In a desperate attempt to win a century-long war with an alien race, Earth breeds genetically modified geniuses to train as child soldiers.
It's about slavery, torture, a mother and her children As two wines blended make better wine, Blend your mind with these truths of mine. Kira Kira is a book that I would recommend to anyone because it is easy to read and tells a great story.
The hook: On a hunting trip on the foreboding mountain range known as the Spine, year-old Eragon finds a mysterious blue stone that turns out to be a dragon egg.
At the lake house, Rose and her friend Wendy reunite and enjoy the joys of childhood: collecting rocks and digging giant holes in the sand.
Teen girls love the strong female role models in this compelling series, but parents should note the mature themes and violence. Perfect for: Tweens and teens who admire strong female characters.
The 12 books in the first series are stay-up-late page-turners. Growing up in s Alabama, Jem and Scout Finch live a comfortable life playing with their neighbor Dill, spying on the mysterious recluse Boo Radley, and getting into mischief. The author eloquently rises above the suffering inflicted by the secret police on his family and friends, giving readers a story that powerfully portrays personal ingenuity and courage.
A map and glossary help kids keep track of the exotic place names and words in fantasy languages. Purchasing books through links on the Good Books List supports our attempt to provide helpful and useful information on the Internet. When something bad happens to a person, they have to move on.
Perfect for: Young adults interested honest stories of overcoming difficulties. Katie moves to Georgia with her family, and while they are living there nothing is the same as it used to be.
Everything changes when she gets sick and it gets worse as the story goes on. Intended for older readers, this story informs first-hand about the unpredictable attacks and sheer madness of Apartheid and a government that is now, fortunately, historical.
Perfect for: Your high-flying daredevil, problem-solving genius of a middle-schooler. Does the book encourage to love and good works. The reading levels are as follows: corresponds to beginning readers in 1st through 3rd grades; corresponds to fluent readers in 4th through 6th grades; corresponds to maturing readers in 7th through 9th grades; and corresponds to college-bound readers in 10th through 12th grades.
Parents should note a few uses of historically accurate racial slurs, like the N-word. People who are into a story that takes over a long period of time would like this book.
This is the first book in the four-book Inheritance Cycle series, which is reminiscent of Tolkien and full of ancient magic, elves, dwarves, and dragon lore. Perfect for: Teens curious about gender identity issues. As he turns to both atheism and Communism, he examines their promises — both true and false.
This book profiles six real transgender teens — three female-to-male and three male-to-female — each telling their stories in their own voices. Subsequent voyages take him to a land of giants Brobdingnagto a country populated by talking horses the Houyhnhnmsand other fanciful locations.
The film starring Harrison Ford adapts the futuristic sci-fi plot of the first book to the big screen.
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the book’s approachable style makes this intense coming-of-age tale especially relatable for teens and a good choice for reluctant readers. Parents should.Good book report books for 9th graders