Posts Tagged ‘best children’s books’

Mystery Books for Kids: Horten’s Miraculous Mechanisms

Horten’s Miraculous Mechanisms by Lissa Evans is one of the mystery books for kids we recommend.  Melissa Gaynor from Sweet on Books explains why: What You Need to Know: • A ten year-old boy finds friendship and magic as he searches for his great-uncle’s lost legacy. • This book should appeal to both boys and girls. • Horten’s Miraculous Mechanisms…

Book for Kids Giveaway: The Christmas Village

When children learn to read, the entire Reading Kingdom team celebrates! To properly honor these accomplishments, we’re giving away  free books for kids.  So why not start the day off right by winning a great book for kids right now? That’s right; we’re giving away free books for kids in this blog post – SIGNED by the author! We sent…

Books for older children to read: The Center of Everything

As children learn to read, books become more complex and require a higher level of reading and comprehension skills.  That’s why The Center of Everything by Linda Urban is one of Reading Kingdom’s recommended books for older children to read.  Melissa Gaynor from Sweet on Books explains why: “What You Need to Know: • A young girl reflects on friendship,…

Lingo Likes: Goodreads

A source for trusted book reviews can help parents and educators find great books for kids, as well as the best books for teens and adults. Lingo flies all over the internet to find the best learning sites and tools for kids, parents and educators alike – that’s why today’s site Lingo likes is Goodreads.com.   Here’s more about them from…

Mystery books for kids: Walls Within Walls

Walls Within Walls by Maureen Sherry, is one of the Reading Kingdom’s recommended mystery books for kids. Melissa Young explains why: “What You Need to Know: • Walls Within Walls is a fabulous middle grade mystery by a debut author. • A full-bodied, multi-character story with appropriate content for the age group it is written for, hooray! • There is…

Lingo Likes: What Should I Read Next?

A place to gather your favorite books into one place can help parents and educators find great books for kids, as well as the best books for teens and tweens. Lingo flies all over the Internet to find the best learning sites and tools for kids, parents and educators alike – that’s why today’s site Lingo likes is whatshouldIreadnext.com.  Here’s…