Reading Essentials: A nine-year-old’s list for other middle readers

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Karuna  sends us her list from Gurgaon. It was endearing to see her diligently make notes before handing it out to our scribe, Jayapadma, for typing!  Go on, take a look at the wonderful list and add to your wish-list!

1. Everything on it by Shel Silverstein – This book has totally hilarious poems.
2. A light in the attic by Shel Silverstein – It is the first book I read by Shel Silverstein and its very funny.This one is a poem book too.
3. National Geographic Kids Almanac 2015 – Has many facts, activities and lots more.
4. The complete adventures of Charlie and the chocolate factory by Roald Dahl – It is one of the best Roald Dahl books I’ve read.
5. Mr.Stink by David Walliams – Want to meet the stinkiest man in the world? Read this book.
6. Ramona and her mother by Beverly Cleary – Seven and a half year old Ramona will always be her mother’s girl, won’t she?
7. Ramona Quimby, age 8 by Beverly Cleary – Life as a third grader is tough.
8. Getting granny’s glasses by Ruskin Bond – Travel with Mani and Granny to Mussoorie.
9. The one and only Ivan by Katherine Applegate – A story about friendship, bravery and a courageous fight for freedom.
10. Sunita Williams, a star in space by Arvinda Anantharaman – About Sunita Williams’ life.
11. The chimney corner collection by Enid Blyton – It has sixty classic stories and a nine year old shouldn’t miss it.
We absolutely love these books, Karuna! Thank you for sharing with us!
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2 thoughts on “Reading Essentials: A nine-year-old’s list for other middle readers

  1. Hi! This is Gitali from Kolkata. Got connected to your blog by my friend Jaya Padma through her FB profile. My 10 year old daughter, Ishanee is excited to see so many kids of her age sending their favourite book lists and has developed her own as well! I am keen to take it to other kids of her age through your blog. Can you suggest how?

    Thanks! Gitali

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