Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Genre: Poetry, Songs, Verse
Interest Level: Grades 5 - 9
Genre: Advice and Self-Help, Reference
These reads will help boys gain a better understanding of themselves and others.
These reads will help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade boys gain a better understanding of themselves and others.
Tween boys gain a better understanding of themselves and others with these inspiring tales.
Your 3- to 5-year-old son will get a kick out of these fun-filled stories.
We've got tips, activities, and advice that will encourage your reluctant reader to start turning the pages.
Keep your kids reading with our guide to great book lists, book-related articles, and activities for children aged 6-7. These essential resources will encourage your kids to love reading and address the age and reading levels...
Letting children choose what they want to read helps foster a lifelong love for reading. Here are book lists and resources to help you choose the right books for your child at every age and stage.
Take a peek at some of the major achievements of this age, and get a more in-depth view of the many things that children this age are learning!
Chill out and get down with what he loves, starting with the comics.
Is your 3- to -5-year-old obsessed with dinosaurs? We've got your complete list of dino books that build important child development skills.
Introduce these fiction and non-fiction books about space and the planets to your middle-school aged child.
If your preschooler is looking for a challenge, try these advanced books and activities.
Boy, oh boy! Boys are plentiful in these series featuring smart, young male detectives. These top mystery series for boys feature males cracking the case! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Paren...
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More than anything, kids want to read books that make them laugh. Who can blame them? Kids say they want funny books, so let's give them funny books! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Funny & Scar...
May the force be with those fans who read! Whether you’re an original trilogy fan or not, all fans will go for these stellar Star Wars reads. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a R...
Gain a deeper understanding of your child's life through a book club for kids. Get closer to your child and share aspects of his life.
Show your child all the ways books and reading can be enjoyed.
Encourage your young child's natural curiosity about the world around him by keeping science-related materials handy.
Captivate your child with gripping whodunits that will keep him turning the pages.
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Print this list! Quality books for boys.
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