Looking for a book recommendation for a 1st-8th grader? Explore lists of kid-approved books compiled by the Mayor of Bookopolis.
(This is a repost from an article I wrote for Brightly.) Bravery can take many forms in literature and in life. We witness it in everyday heroes who stand up to the local bully, secret […]
Kids become independent readers at their own pace. In a second or third grade classroom there can be a variety of reading levels, ranging from kids who are sounding out words to those flying through […]
What are you reading this summer? Making reading social by letting kids swap book ideas with friends and neighbors is a great way to get kids reading more. Create customized Book Lists on Bookopolis.com and […]
Here are 7 tried and true tips for parents to help inspire kids to spend more time reading. 1. Give Kids Choice Most kids will read more if you truly let them choose what to read. […]
As a parent of a middle schooler who spends more time Snapchatting with friends than reading, I’m always looking for ways to keep him interested in books and opportunities to connect with him via a […]
Over the past couple of years, you may have noticed your child’s teachers placing greater emphasis on reading nonfiction. With the adoption of Common Core standards in many states, elementary-school students are now expected to […]
We love these books for 6th graders. If you want a different level of books, check out our 5th grade or 7th & 8th grade summer lists. Need more ideas? Go to Bookopolis – New Book Ideas or check out […]