All posts tagged Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin

Massachusetts Book Award for kids books

Massachusetts Book Award Books for 3rd through 7th Grade

Massachusetts Children’s Book Award 2012

My elementary school has a reading challenge asking all 5th graders to read every book on the list during the school year. There are always great picks that include Newbery winners with a range of chapter books from 3rd grade through 8th grade. These are not all newly published books either, so you should be able to easily find them at your school or public library. Read more…

Clementine, chapter books for kids, chapter book, best chapter book for 3rd grade, 2nd grade chapter book, chapter book series, kids books, children books, early chapter books, kid books, best kids books

Best Chapter Books for 4th Grade by 4th Grade Girl

Best Chapter Books for 4th Grade by my 4th Grade Daughter

To get my middle daughter to write this post, I had to do two things:

1) Plug her blog called Picky Kid Pix in which she reviews the few items in her life that make her cut.

2) Just type exactly what she says.

These are her words, not mine:

I think that every chapter book is boring in the beginning. Maybe the second or third chapter is when it starts getting good. Just keep reading.

This is her advice to any kids who read these books, or any chapter book in general. Read more…

best books for boys, chapter books for boys, best books for reluctant readers

Best Books for Boy Readers, Reluctant or Otherwise (ages 7-14): Part 1, Authors A-L

Best Books for Boys

This post is getting too long (and crashing) so I am going to split it into three parts:

Best Books for Boy Readers, Reluctant or Otherwise: Part 1 (Authors by Last Name A-L) below

Best Books for Boy Readers, Reluctant or Otherwise: Part 2 (Authors by Last Name M-Z) 

Best Books for Boy Readers, Reluctant or Otherwise: Part 3 (Non-Fiction) Read more…

best books for 6th grade, favorite six grade books,

Favorite Books for 6th Grade from 6th Graders

Best Books for 6th Grade by Ninety 6th Grade Students

I was my daughter’s middle school visiting day when I chanced upon a wall of “first day get to know you” papers. There were the usual questions like “favorite color” and “what elementary school did you attend?” but I honed in on “favorite book.” Most of these sixth graders had a favorite chapter book but a few did not which made me sad. Read more…