Encourage your reluctant middle schooler with these addictive titles.
During Pride Month -- or any time of year -- help your older child learn about tolerance, acceptance, and the LGBTQ+ community with these titles.
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Whether your grade-schooler's a reluctant reader or a book addict, series packed with action, magic, history, and humor are sure to please.
Honoring the "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children," these Newbery winners are some of the best chapter books available.
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Share this historical fiction series with your independent reader. These stories, written in diary format, will transport your child to some of the most important moments in his...
These beloved, time-tested novels and often-controversial classics have become reading rites of passage.