Weird Zone: Sports I love books about weird, and I suspect so do your kids. First because of the topic. by. It’s book best for middle grade to YA readers. Swimming with Sharks: The Daring Discoveries of Eugenie Clark by Heather Lang, illustrated by Jordi Solano Genie loved all fish, especially sharks, and wanted to be a fish scientist. I can’t even begin to cover the scope of this book — I, myself, have barely cracked the surface of all the content inside. For real. Genius! Or the Elephant Clock — yes, that was a real thing which was super cool. So when Robby says, “You were made to be awesome. The Dictionary of Difficult Words by Jane Solomon, illustrated by Louise Lockhart Want a mesmerizing book that is even better than a word-a-day calendar? Boys often enjoy non-fiction and yet are provided with relatively little non-fiction or history to read at school other than textbooks. She can’t walk, talk, write or do any of the things normal children can. It’s so gorgeous, it could be a coffee table book. She has a gift though: she can’t forget anything. Melody is an 11-year-old with cerebral palsy. Whitman observed Lincoln as a candidate and later as the President. Read 713 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Gorgeous illustrations and readable informative writing, this oversized picture book will interest all readers, especially those who like American history or live in the New York area. Also read: All Picture Book BiographiesNonfiction Reading Comprehension StrategiesBest Books for 10-Year-Olds. Kids will love the colorful layouts, exceptional writing, and wealth of information about SO many amazing role model kids. However, I see that this book is densely packed with great information. But even better is the ANIMALS with these unusual names. Ostriches: The Superpower Field Guide by Rachel Poliquin, illustrated by Nicholas John Frith You think you know. If Ancient Rome is your preferred destination, you’ll need your handy handbook close by to make sure you survive — which seems to be unlikely since, since as the book says, “Rome is an absolute deathtrap.” Throughout these thrifty travel guides, you’ll read letters from your “Corporate Overlord at Time Corp“. Weird But True SPORTS: 300 Wacky Facts About Awesome Athletics National Geographic Kids I wasn’t sure what to expect but again, National Geographic outdid themselves. Plus, I love the Worst-Case Scenario books, don’t you? This book is filled with photographs and football information to do with stats, facts, skills, coaching, greats, teams, and terms that would make for perfect nightly reading for football-crazy kids. There is a mix of texts suitable for GCSE study and also novels and short stories for wider reading to challenge and inspire enquiring minds. This is a list for fiction and non-fiction. by Keri Smith A very popular American Girl book for fun, creativity, and crafts. All Picture Book Biographies . It’s the history of the island of Manhattan starting with the Lenape people and continuing to the present day with subways and bridges and 1.6 million people. Pears.” or “What is a swimmer’s favorite game? : The Storm That Changed America, Look Up! I know a few, you probably do as well. Especially for children. These, as you may expect, are hilarious! Get your football fans reading this book — I doubt they’ll want to put it down. But when he was sent to battle, Harry sent her to the London Zoo so she would be safe from battle. Here are a few nuggets for you: Taurophobia: Fear of Cheese Starbucks Coffee is named after Starbuck, a character in the novel Moby-Dick. These are currently on top of my 11 year old’s reading list. Great for 10-year-old artists in 5th grade. The conversational tone in which this book is written makes it flow smoothly. Swords by Ben Boos Swords is a fantastic visual and factual history of swords. All pages are black backgrounds so the animal and words shine out like a shadow in the night. by Amy Goldstein, Robert Leighton, Mike Shenk Colorful word games, mazes, puzzles, and more for kids ages 8 and up. It’s an impressive dare really for kids to read and figure out what is true and what is a lie. Kids will pour over this book for hours and learn the history of swords, and the types of sword use for people like medieval knights, samurais, and sultans. See? All Rights Reserved. So, we have a special place in our hearts for the Weird But True books. Then try to use it at least a few times in a sentence. Learn about robots used in factories and hospitals, robot toys, robot kits, flying robots and more! Robby embodies this. Learn these incredible wild whoppers — from people you’ve heard of like Charles Ponzi to people you’ve never heard of like George Psalmanazar who convinced people he was a native from his made-up island of Formosa. Please find below our books for KS4 suggestions for teenagers in Year 10 and Year 11, aged 14-16, in secondary schools. This includes the word, pronunciation, part of speech, and definition. It almost makes me cross-eyed to look at each two-page spread. This list includes books that I have read as a teenager or as an adult that I would recommend to young men with a serious interest in … Special sections on royal pets, royal duties, hairdos, princes, and fashion add extra juicy tidbits for kids to enjoy. This book features the biographies 35 women; women like Ada Lovelace, Marie Curie, and Grace Hooper. That's fine, but as an auntie, it's hard to know where in the spectrum a particular child might fall. You might not know that when settlers organized into a city, the city’s long-term plans meant that homes and farms were relocated and destroyed which also happened when Central Park was later created. I learned so much history that I didn’t know about both Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman. Poetry for Kids Emily Dickinson edited by Susan Snively, PhD, illustrated by Christine Davenier I’m already a HUGE Emily Dickinson fan so the poems, to me, are wonderful. Untamed The Wild Life of Jane Goodall by Anita Silvey, forward by Jane Goodall Not your average biography for kids with small font and ugly black and white photos…no, it’s so much better! The company’s journey shows kids that businesses go through ups and downs. Harry Potter Film Wizardry by Brian Sibley My kids love this book! Shapes, Numbers 1-10, Early Math, Alphabet, Pre-Writing, Phonics, Following Directions, and More (School Zone Big Workbook Series) by School Zone. Big Book of Jokes by Michael Dahl I love the large type size and grin-worth (groan-worthy?) Rise Up: Ordinary Kids With Extraordinary Stories by Amanda Li, illustrated by Amy Blackwell A must-own book and favorite from this list! That, plus the addition of many illustrations and photographs make this one hard-to-put-down nonfiction middle grade book just right for your 10-year-old, 4th grade, readers. Copyright ©2021 Imagination Soup. The Brainiest Insaniest Ultimate Puzzle Book! Not until you read this book. It makes you want to know more! I struggled to find an organization to the book while reading about the different sea creatures — and the particular typeface used wasn’t appealing to my grown-up eyes. You’ll love the photographs of the real Winnie – so cool! Insect Superpowers 18 Real Bugs that Smash, Zap, Hypnotize, Sting, and Devour! Maria’s dogged passion for the natural world, insects, in particular, led to being one of the first naturalists to document a butterfly’s metamorphosis. Ranging from beloved series to compelling nonfiction titles, these books are a great way to ignite your child’s imagination or teach them about fossils, extinction, and all things having to do with dinosaurs. Here are my top recommendations to keep your 7-year-olds reading nonfiction at an appropriate reading level. And their bones are just bizarre yet for a really good reason! You know how some guys love Sports Center? Major Impossible by Nathan HaleAfter the Civil War, Major John Wesley Powell sets off on a perilous expedition through the Grand Canyon. This photographic story tells the story of baby seal, Leopard, who is crowded by onlookers and dogs. Information such as: Whoppers: History’s Most Outrageous Lies and Liars by Christine Seifert I read this nonfiction book aloud to my kids — it was SO fun because it prompted great discussion and interaction. The 50 Best Books for 11- and 12-Year-Olds 15 Classics That 8- to 12-Year-Olds Say Are Worth Reading Today The Most Exciting Middle Grade & Chapter Books Hitting Shelves in 2021 Popular Topics Books Boys Love Books Girls Love Action & Adventure Even though she lived in the 1930s when that wasn’t a regular job for a woman, Genie found work — first as an assistant, then as a researcher for the US Navy, and finally, she opened up her own marine laboratory. Here are all our recommended kids' books for 9 to 12 year-olds. Illusionology The Secret Science of Magic by Albert D. Schafer Another lavishly illustrated Ology book, this time about illusions and magic. But let’s not get too much into all the fascinating facts that you’ll learn; let me just sum up by saying that this book makes me awestruck by the ostrich. Categories: Activities and Crafts, Age 10-13 years, Age 6-9 years, All FKB Books, Children, Grade 1 to Grade 3, Grade 4 to Grade 6, Intermediate English Greeting Card Making for Kids – This book is a detailed gathering of ideas that can be applied to the creation of a greeting card. The text is really basic — not to hard for early elementary grades. You can eat deep-fried orchids in Thailand. Time for Kids Robots First of all, I LOVE Time for Kids — and I bet your kids do, too. George, a normal skateboarder kid, is also Geo, a superhero who can transport back in time to learn about geology. National Geographic Kids Get Outside Guide: All Things Adventure, Exploration, and Fun! I can just imagine those kids curling up with their Football Fanbook to learn just what quarterback has the highest winning percentage in the NFL or offensive strategies that work or everything to know about a favorite NFL team like the Broncos. Did you know that Winnie the bear was a real bear? Leopard & Silkie One Boy’s Quest to Save the Seal Pups by Brenda Peterson, photographs by Robin Lindsey A group of volunteers called Seal Sitters, watch out for baby seals who are left on Seattle shore while their mothers hunt for food. Fantastic! Ever. Mercy The Incredible Story of Henry Bergh: Founder of the ASPCA and Friend to Animals by Nancy Furstinger This little nonfiction chapter book packs a big punch — it’s the absolutely fascinating life of a rich (and formerly lazy) man named Henry Bergh who devoted his life and his money to saving maltreated animals in the late 1800s. My daughter read this and thinks that artsy girls especially (like my daughter) will love these biographies. Read one of these words (or more) every day. Squidtoons: Explore the Ocean with Comics by Garfield Kwan and Dana Song The pages of this book are all illustrated so it’s a graphic novel with comic-style illustrations containing dialogue, different colored and sized typeface text, and seemingly random topics from the weedy seadragon to the California mantis shrimp. The Best Nonfiction Books for Kds Marley Dias Gets It Done and So Can You by Marley Dias. Turnbull created the ultimate guide of Greek locations, monsters, heroes, gods, and mortals. Full-color illustrations, humor, facts, so many facts, you won’t be able to put this book down. Who knows I’d care about the Archimedes Screw and want to read all about it. Read it in chunks and you’ll soon be an expert on coral reefs. It’s not a typical picture book because it is dense with information but would be great for the upper grades. At all. Manhattan: Mapping the Story of an Island by Jennifer Therme I couldn’t put this down! My kids love this book. But you have no idea…how cool and weird and amazing ostriches are. Hi! Each animal is explained with its habits and habitats. All Book by Age. The information shares more about the woman’s contributions to the world like the physicist who experimented with subatomic particle decay. Reading this picture book biography inspired me and sparked my interest in learning more about sharks. Like the striped pyjama squid which is a cool-looking stripped squid. The Disney Book: A Celebration of the World of Disney (DK) My oldest daughter loves anything Disney and proclaimed that this is the best book ever written. The author writes the biographies like a fictional narrative story with action and suspense but it’s all true. Also, they are fantastic for coloring in after you complete the puzzle. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. The Most Astonishing Inventions of All Time by Deborah Kespert A visually appealing graphic layout makes it easy to access the invention information — in fact, it’s down-right enticing! Highly recommended. Well, this is like Sports Center for kids. This book is so good, it spent two years on the New York Times bestseller list. We Are Artists: Women who Made Their Mark on the World by Kari Herbert I’m loving this book so much — it shares with well-written biographies (about 3- 5 pages for each woman) about so many female artists from different countries, each with their own unique style and life experience. Nonfiction Books for 10-Year- Olds Two Truths and a Lie by Ammi-Joan Paquette and Laurie Ann Thompson, illustrated by Lisa K. Weber This book is GENIUS! 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, by Sean Covey When teens won’t listen to parental advice (because at some point, all teens are gonna roll their eyes at parental advice), it’s time for a neutral third party to step in. … But the regular Nancy Drew books might be a little too above age for 8 to 10 year olds. It’s a compelling story about the real dangers that marine mammals face every day. This is not a picture book, it’s a detailed and thorough biography written for ages 10+, about Maria’s childhood and adult life from her stepfather who taught her to paint and her first caterpillar observational study at age 13 to her later years of careful observational studies and art in the Netherlands and Surinam. Making it even more compelling, it’s true! Learn about Poorna Malavath from India who climbed Mt. and the illustrations throughout add to the narrative. Fun! The book sequentially shows in text and photos the development of a toad — which is fascinating! Pencils, Pens and Brushes: A Great Girls’ Guide to Disney Animation by Mindy Johnson, illustrated by Lorelay Bovi Learn about some of the incredible women who worked at Disney’s animation from writers to artists to animators to researchers. You’ll find a wide variety here, excellent books that appeal to a range of preteen interests, backgrounds, and even moods. Underwater bike racing? I can’t believe the variety she comes up with! By Michelle Anthony, PhD The Real Princess Diaries by Grace Norwich My daughters and I love this fascinating book. If they learn from it, even better. On this list you'll find historical fiction to give context for the time period and convey what it really felt like for fighters on the front lines, kids and families back home, and Jews in hiding or sent to concentration camps. While I’m not sure about that, it is a dense fact-filled tome from the early years to the present day. The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards)) Phillip Hoose. Fun activities for kids to do in the backyard, on a road trip, in a park, and more. Mia at Pragmatic Mom is another book list pro. Pool.“. Like the dot-to-dot for Sputnik 1 goes to 538! O Captain, My Captain: Walt Whitman, Abraham Lincoln, and the Civil War by Robert Burleigh, illustrated by Sterling Hundley Fascinating and important! From Yayoi Kusama of Japan to Alma Thomas of the U.S. to Amrita Sher-Gil of India and Hungary, discover incredible, passionate artists with long-lasting influence. Her aunt comes to stay with her, and a plan to whisk Donut off to Boston. (shelved 10 times as teen-nonfiction) avg rating 4.32 — 45,060 ratings — published 2013 Want to Read saving… That is exactly what we are going for! #84 Take a moment to reflect. I’ve read many other biographies about Walt Disney but this one stands out for it’s writing, pertinent information, and appeal. New year! Since children this age are also placing a greater value on independence, they may be more interested in choosing books for themselves. Today you’ll find over 100 recommended books for 8-10 year olds! This oversized dictionary contains the coolest selection of 400 words that kids will love to learn beginning with abecedarian (someone who is learning the alphabet) continuing to Zeppelin. The writing grabs you from the first sentence — and makes these children’s true stories exciting and dramatic as if you were reading an adventure story. Primates The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Birute Galdikas by Jim Ottaviani & Maris Wicks ages 8 – 12 Well-told in comic version, this graphic novel captures the intersecting stories and scientific advancements of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Birute Galdikas who have spent their lives studying primates. If kids like it, hooray! What you think is their knee is their ankle bone. From snow leopards to serval, Nocture is 85 animals of 40 different species from around the world. Nonfiction Books for 9 Year Olds (4th Grade) The Hidden Life of a Toad by Doug Wechsler There is so much to love about this nonfiction picture book book! You’ll learn about these early inventions and more modern inventions such as the space rocket. Fascinating! I also found it really interesting to learn how this English girl read about Africa as a child and fell in love with it. This book is packed with information about the city including the ecosystem, fires, and slavery. 4.8 out of 5 stars 767. Excellent! Reading this book will help you understand our country’s competitiveness with Russia, the many attempts to launch rockets, and the eventual success of sending astronauts into space. From historical princesses like Theodora of the Byzantine Empire to current princesses like Sikhanyiso of Swaziland or Victoria of Sweden, each has her own section including basic facts, cool facts, and big achievements. 40+ Great Books for 10 Year Olds. #58 Be like cheese (or bacon) and make everything you touch better. What great models for entrepreneurs, inventors, and having a growth mindset. Canadian vet and WWI soldier, Harry Colebourn, rescued a bear who he named Winnipeg and took her with him to training in England. These biographies are about women who solved problems by inventing the solution. They need practice, lots of practice, in well-written books like the ones listed below. We have fiction and nonfiction—including reluctant readers, courage, philosophy, detectives, fierce girls, science, football, Vikings, true events and more—so a great choice of books for every child. Genius! So You Want to Be a Viking! They usually love them a lot more than fiction books and those who won’t really sit down and read a story will find themselves picking up a non-fiction book on a topic they enjoy and getting lost in it for days. One of the reasons I like this book so much is that the writing is excellent and the author paints a complete picture of a man who is flawed. They couldn’t believe that people would make up such outrageous lies. I’m Melissa Taylor, mom, writer, & former elementary teacher & literacy trainer. : Bird-Watching in Your Own Backyard, The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau, A Splash of Red: The Life and Art of Horace Pippin, You Can't Take a Balloon into the Museum of Fine Arts, Snowflakes, Sugar, and Salt: Crystals Up Close, Mōtītī Blue and the Oil Spill: A Story from the Rena Disaster, Finance 101 for Kids: Money Lessons Children Cannot Afford to Miss, Why? Star Quest: Extreme Puzzle Challenges for Clever Kids by Michael O’Mara Books What an inviting, challenging space-themed puzzle book! The Screaming Hairy Armadillo and 76 Other Animals with Weird, Wild Names by Matthew Murie and Steve Murrie, illustrated by Julie BenbassatGet ready for funny names, magical names, fierce names, delicious names, and weird names. She’s the smartest kid in her whole school, but because of her disability, no one knows. You’ll find haberdashery, ichthyologist, luddite and mugwump, mulligrubs, mumpsimus, and mishpocha. My kids call these “dad jokes” because there are a lot of puns and plays on words. Rocket to the Moon: Big Ideas That Changed the World by Don Brown Instead of reading a narrative nonfiction book, get your fact-filled history about the first moon landing in an exciting, well-written, black-and-white graphic novel. We suggest reading facts from it at dinnertime because what a great conversation starter! #30 Listen (more than you talk). And second because of the way TFK presents the material in an easy-to-read, enticing format. Learn all about the strangest sports in the world. This is a must-buy! But Donut loves the natural beauty of her Vermont home, and together with her friend Tiny hatches a plan to stay. Kid President’s Guide to Being Awesome by Brad Montague & Robby Novak Robby, the Kid President, and his brother-in-law, Brad Montague, started Kid President videos to put something positive into the world. Balloons Over Broadway: The True Story of the Puppeteer of Macy's Parade, The New 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth, The Notorious Benedict Arnold: A True Story of Adventure, Heroism & Treachery, Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's Survivors, Thank You, Sarah: The Woman Who Saved Thanksgiving, The Iridescence of Birds: A Book About Henri Matisse, City: A Story of Roman Planning and Construction, D Is for Drum: A Native American Alphabet, The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos, On a Beam of Light: A Story of Albert Einstein, Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad, A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail, Cellular Biology: Organelles, Structure, Function, Anatomy & Physiology Part 1: Bones, Muscles, and the Stuff That Connects Bones and Muscles, Neurology: The Amazing Central Nervous System, Pluto's Secret: An Icy World's Tale of Discovery, Only Yesterday: An Informal History of the 1920's, Testing the Ice: A True Story About Jackie Robinson, Jimi: Sounds Like a Rainbow: a Story of the Young Jimi Hendrix, 51 High-Tech Practical Jokes for the Evil Genius, Madam President: The Extraordinary, True (and Evolving) Story of Women in Politics, Truce: The Day the Soldiers Stopped Fighting, The Tree Lady: The True Story of How One Tree-Loving Woman Changed a City Forever, Blizzard! 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