Mmm… middle schoolers…some love books, and some have yet to learn the joy of the written word, here are some books that might peak their appetite. They’ve all been enjoyed in our household. If I wrote a review, I’ve provided a link to go along so you can see what we thought of it.
|Once Was a Time.
Time Travel and friendship are the main themes of this middle school book.
I thought this book was an excellent read and am looking forward to seeing my son’s reaction to it.
|Freckles is a book about a boy who got a hard start in life and his future looked bleak until he met the right person who gave him a chance. Then, oh my, did his life changed. 🙂
Go look it up. I read it ages ago and currently am reading it with my lad. He’s very much enjoying it.
|A Nest for Celeste.
This book is still a favourite. Good for upper elementary through middle school (or even beyond).
|March Forward, Girl
An interesting book about racial inequality in the south in the 1940’s. A tough read.
But not a bad book at all. Just hard to read some of the things that happened when the Jim Crow laws were in effect.
Time Stoppers. The lads and I have thoroughly enjoyed these books. Dad waited IMPATIENTLY for the lad to finish book one and has been enjoying it since. I got the lad started on a different book so dad would be able to read book two instead of having to wait three months for the lad to finish the second in the series.
|Time Stoppers Golden Arrow.
Book two proved to be just as interesting to me as book one…. has me wondering if there will be a book three and just when will it come out.
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