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101 Books To Read Before You Grow Up
101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up provides a comprehensive list of kid-friendly books for children to read before they grow up. This must-read review list acts as an interactive journal where kids can document the books they read, why they like them, and how they rate them. Divided into sections by subject, from fairy tales and fantasy to sports and nonfiction, 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up celebrates the importance of reading and encourages family participation to develop lifelong readers. The perfect reference guide for book lovers of all ages, 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up helps both kids and parents decide which books to read next!
Bianca Schulze is the founder of The Children’s Book Review, a resource devoted to children’s literature and recognized by the American Library Association as a “Great Website for Kids.” She is a reader, reviewer, mother, and children’s book lover. Combined with her love of books and experience as a children’s bookseller, Bianca’s goal is to share her passion to help grow readers.
In 101 Books To Read Before You Grow Up you will find a comprehensive list that is the perfect guide to help parents pick books for their children. This starts with early learning books that you read at night to your child when they are tucked into bed. These books have funny times as well as great questions to start a new open conversation with any child.
This is a truly wonderful book. Great for small children to high school students. Sometime you have silly moments with books like The Seven Silly Eaters or deeply moving like moving like The Giving Tree. She gives you a lot of useful information such as suggested ages for the books, genre, the publisher, publication date, and page count. This book is a great idea for parents that just do not know where to begin reading to their child.
She spices up the page with tidbits of trivia, just enough to tickle the interest of both parents and children, and lastly there is a suggestion of books to read next.
She includes a spot for young readers to rate the book and leave notes, creating a diary to go back and remember their thoughts.
Thoughtful, thorough, and diverse, this is the ultimate guide to help develop a well-read child. It provides them a piece of our literary world, preparing them with a strong foundation to want to read and search out more as they grow into adulthood.
This book will satisfy both children and parents preparing them to embrace reading and the wonder of a good book for the rest of their lives. This book is a great resource for adults. If you are not familiar with children’s books, the lists the author includes will offer you many books that you can introduce your child to when they want to read or when you want to read a story to your child.
The author does several things that I think make this a great resource. In her table of contents she divides the books into age levels. At the back of the book she takes all the books and divides them into specific genre.
Each book has a page or two of its own. There is a short introduction to the story, a list of books that are similar, an interesting illustration, and a place for the child to rate the book’s story, name a favorite character, and add any other comment.
Even though the author highlights 101 books, because she also listed other books to read on the same page as the highlighted book, this resource has far more than the 101 titles.
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