realistic fiction For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 11 books about realistic fiction for kids.Hope you will like these books.
I can't believe I listened to this entire thing in one night. It was so addicting. My favorite thig about it is that it's not just some story about Jessica recovering and being able to run again, but it has this great moral about disabilities in general that you should never judge anyone based off o......[Read More]
3.5*I didn't love this, but I did appreciate the fact that it had a very powerful message (and an ending I wasn't expecting at all). My feelings were definitely changed by the fact that the author describes the story as a fable. The abstractness makes a lot more sense in......[Read More]
Very interesting book about Denmark during WWII. I had no idea that Hitler basically told the leaders, in Denmark, to do as he asked or he would bomb them until they did. This book is about a group of teenage boys who did not like that their country was not willing to fi......[Read More]
Excellent book for reading out loud to the kids. This clever series introduces industry-related concepts with each chapter. This book focuses on business and marketing. But the story is so well done, readers don't realize they're learning at the same time.
A wonderful book about a young girl who sees the world differently and likes the number 7. Her life is dramatically altered forever and this story follows her journey and the people who she meets and touches along the way.A story of being different, life, tragedy, love, ......[Read More]
A seriously sentimental take that teaches lessons about the truly important things in life as well as how even in our darkest moments, it's important to reach out to others. Lovely.
I was going to start off by making a joke about the vine reference 'two bros chilling in a hot tub five feet apart 'cause they're not gay'(remember that vine?) but I've thought about it so much it's not funny anymore. But if you do find it funny; thank you, I try. Anyway, you can read the synopsis a......[Read More]
3.5 stars A baby is set adrift in the Elizabeth Islands in the 1920s. Why? The answer is revealed slowly, and Crow isn't sure what her adoptive father knows about it. (view spoiler)[She thinks she might've been born on a leper colony. (hide spoiler)][Read More]
A beautiful book, especially the illustrations were awesome. I absolutely adored the style and they helped building the atmosphere a lot. *potential spoiler ahead*I definitely get why some people are disappointed by that ending but I actually felt like it was the right t......[Read More]
(3.5) This was a really nice read and I think it dealt with mental illness in a respectful way, but I did find it to be a bit inconsistent at times. For the most part I enjoyed it and I loved the poetry aspect of the story.
Bertie is helping out as a volunteer air-raid messenger during a bombing in London during World War II when his dog finds a battered red notebook and leads him to a mysterious young woman lying on the ground. He brings help for her, but she has disappeared, without explanation. When a feisty America......[Read More]