I had the great fortune to meet The Nerdy Book Club founders at a dinner for Anne Ursu hosted by Walden Pond Press to celebrate her latest chapter book, The Real Boy. (It’s wonderful. I put it on my Newbery 2014 Contenders list! And it just won a Middle Grade Fiction Nerdie). Colby Sharp, one of…
My son in 2nd grade and I are reading some great chapter books and graphic novels that would be perfect for independent reading for 3rd through 6th grade.
Olympics in Chapter Books for 4th grade I get this great newsletter from Random House Kids and wanted to share their newly published chapter books on the Olympics.
Third grade seems to bring out the girl bullying if that hasn’t happened yet. These picture books and chapter books explore bullying in it’s myriad of forms.
I’ve researched mystery chapter books for third grade in search of an author to visit my kids’ school via Skype.
I had fun pairing up my favorite children’s book classics (picture books, easy readers and chapter books) with a modern day equivalent.
Josh in 6th grade shares his favorite chapter books, a mix of Newbery winners and newly published books.
Best new book to read, Double Dog Dare by Lisa Graff, is a funny chapter book for grades 3-5 according to 4th grader PickyKidPix and me!
What age is appropriate for The Hunger Games movies? Do you think it matters if your child has read the book?