Children/Middle Grade Book Suggestions

For September 2018, we will be reading Children/Middle Grade books.
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Children/Middle Grade Book Suggestions

Post by hsimone » 12 Sep 2018, 09:14

Do you have any suggestions for books to read this month that would fall under children/middle grade?

There are definitely many options out there, from classics to newly-released reads. Here are some that came to my mind:
  • Charlotte's Web by E.B. White
  • A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle
  • Matilda by Roald Dahl
  • Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein
  • The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
  • Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein
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Goodreads is also a good resource in choosing what to read. These links might be helpful:
- https://www.goodreads.com/list/show/86. ... en_s_Books
- https://www.goodreads.com/list/tag/children
- https://www.goodreads.com/genres/middle-grade
- https://www.goodreads.com/list/tag/middle-grade

Also, don't forget to check out this forum on OBC: Children's Books
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Post by Gravy » 13 Sep 2018, 22:12

If it were October, I would suggest Small Spaces by Katherine Arden! (It would also be what I would be reading!)

Sadly, it does not come out until the last week of this month.
(Yes, I know this is odd, but I am absolutely positive that I will love it just as much as her Winternight Trilogy.)



As it is not October, I would suggest...
The Fablehaven series (or the new continued Fablehaven series)
Harry Potter (at least the early ones)
Or just a reread of Alice.Image
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Post by gali » 13 Sep 2018, 22:28

I have read "Charlotte's Web" by E.B. White and "Matilda" by Roald Dahl and loved them both.
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Post by gali » 13 Sep 2018, 22:29

Gravy wrote:
13 Sep 2018, 22:12
If it were October, I would suggest Small Spaces by Katherine Arden! (It would also be what I would be reading!)

Sadly, it does not come out until the last week of this month.
(Yes, I know this is odd, but I am absolutely positive that I will love it just as much as her Winternight Trilogy.)



As it is not October, I would suggest...
The Fablehaven series (or the new continued Fablehaven series)
Harry Potter (at least the early ones)
Or just a reread of Alice.Image
I also loved the Fablehaven series and Harry Potter!
In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you." (Mortimer J. Adler)

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Post by hsimone » 18 Sep 2018, 05:36

Gravy wrote:
13 Sep 2018, 22:12
If it were October, I would suggest Small Spaces by Katherine Arden! (It would also be what I would be reading!)

Sadly, it does not come out until the last week of this month.
(Yes, I know this is odd, but I am absolutely positive that I will love it just as much as her Winternight Trilogy.)



As it is not October, I would suggest...
The Fablehaven series (or the new continued Fablehaven series)
Harry Potter (at least the early ones)
Or just a reread of Alice.Image
If we do spooky/Halloween-type books next month, you could read Small Spaces by Katherine Arden. :)

Ah, I've been wanting to read the Fablehaven series. Good suggestion! Harry Potter is pretty awesome :D
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Post by hsimone » 18 Sep 2018, 05:37

gali wrote:
13 Sep 2018, 22:29
Gravy wrote:
13 Sep 2018, 22:12
If it were October, I would suggest Small Spaces by Katherine Arden! (It would also be what I would be reading!)

Sadly, it does not come out until the last week of this month.
(Yes, I know this is odd, but I am absolutely positive that I will love it just as much as her Winternight Trilogy.)



As it is not October, I would suggest...
The Fablehaven series (or the new continued Fablehaven series)
Harry Potter (at least the early ones)
Or just a reread of Alice.Image
I also loved the Fablehaven series and Harry Potter!
I love Harry Potter. I have yet to read the Fablehaven series, but it's on my list!
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Post by hsimone » Yesterday, 07:26

I actually started reading The Bigfoot Paradox by Rebecca Coyte, which was a recent Book of the Day. gali, I think you've read this one. It's off to a nice start! :)
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Post by gali » Yesterday, 07:28

hsimone wrote:
Yesterday, 07:26
I actually started reading The Bigfoot Paradox by Rebecca Coyte, which was a recent Book of the Day. gali, I think you've read this one. It's off to a nice start! :)
Yes, I have read it and loved it! Enjoy! :)
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