Historical Fiction Books for Teens
Native AmericansThe Education of Little Tree My Name is Not Easy
Colonial and Revolutionary DaysFever, 1793 The Pox Party My Brother Sam is Dead Witch Child A Break with Charity: A Story about the Salem Witch Trials
Nineteenth CenturyThe True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle Kindred Copper SunBull Run Becca's Story The Luxe Day of Tears: A Novel in Dialogue Riot Alligator Bayou Lyddie Nightjohn Sarny: A Life Remembered Red Moon at Sharpsburg Red Cap
Twentieth CenturySummer of My German SoldierOut of the Dust Vixen Hattie Big Sky The Rock and the River Fallen Angels After the Dancing Days I Had Seen Castles The Wednesday Wars Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry What I Saw and How I Lied The Boy Who Dared The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Is it Night or Day? Mare's War Annexed Once The Fighter Resistance Schindler's List The Man from the Other Side Let Sleeping Dogs Lie Flygirl Sarah's Key A Thread of Grace Maus: A Survivor's Tale Milkweed The Kingdom by the Sea Night Soldier X Briar RoseThe Book Thief
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There are a lot of historical fiction books for2008-12-21 16:44:22 by grey-athome-mom
Girls. Ten might be a good time for Island of the Blue Dolphins if she is fairly mature. There are series that the American dolls books were copied from...
The Clues books are really popular this year.
Catcher in the Rye would be too old2005-09-07 20:31:09 by AliasJones
For him, it's more for college age or at least high school.
What are his interests? How about non-fiction or historical fiction? Is he interested in bugs, animals, reptiles, astronomy?
My grand girly was reading way above grade level at age 5 and that presented a real problem. You can't give them things that will scare them, or things too sophisticated. She ripped through The American Girls series, then lots of books on bugs and animals. How about children's detective novels?
One that many kids is age dearly love is 'From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankenweiler' about two children (older sister, younger brother 'bout your son's age)...
You should ask a reliable source what she's2007-04-22 15:02:58 by alreadyread
And what kinds of books she likes, but here are some I enjoyed at or near that age:
The Phantom Tollbooth (everyone, kid or grownup, should own a copy!)
The Little House on the Prarie books (my mom had read most of them to us when we were younger than 12, but now would be a good time for her to read them on her own.)
Anne of Green Gables
The BFG by Roald Dahl
The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
The Secret Garden (she might be a little old for this--depends on her reading habits)
Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh
Jacob Have I Loved by Katherine Paterson
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (she might be just a bit young for this one)
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle
A Gathering of Days by Joan Blos