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Top Books To Have Your Teen Or Preteen Read Over The Summer

posted in Entertainment
05/31/2015
  • Here are some great books that really have meaning an will get your child to read.

  • The Giver by Lois Lowry is one classic sure to appeal to the hearts of all.

  • Counting by 7s is a well known book, read by many children in middle school, also known to 4th, 5th, 6th graders.

  • The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury is a great book for teens, but is harder to understand for adolescents. This book has been "banned" for schools due to its language and appeal. This is great to read on your own, and if you give deep thought, it will enrich your mind.

  • Once more the Percy Jackson series seems to make it on every summer reading list. This book is great for anyone, though most appeal is from 6th graders and older. Thousands of people have wanted to be like the people in these books.

  • The Pearl by John Steinbeck, a classic again, but this story gives so much thought to life. We all represent the people in this novel whether we know it or not. Though sad, this gives us realistic thoughts, and shows us how materialistic we really are.

  • Wonder, though I have not yet read it, is said to be touching, and great for Unconfident Tweens.

  • Number the Stars by Lois Lowry is a historical fiction novel sure to appeal to 3rd grade and up.

  • The Mortal Instruments is a good book though better for 8th grade and high school students.

  • Everyone knows about the post-apocalyptic books: The Hunger Games and Divergent. These trilogies both are much better in book form rather than movie.

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