Books 10 Year Olds Will Love

by Laura Wallis | Follow Her on Twitter Here

best books for 10 year oldsYour 10 year old has moved on to much more complex books and plots. You’ll find that they also love books about “them,” as in books about kids their age and their trials at school and also historical fiction can be a winner. It’s great if you can really get them talking about the books to make sure they are retaining and not just attempting to motor through.

Another thing to keep in mind is that your child may start a book that everyone else has raved about and find it’s not for them. I encourage you to let them abandon it and try something new instead of forcing them to read something that’s not catching their attention.

Here are some books 10 year olds will love!

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[easyazon-link asin=”0545596270″ locale=”us”]Harry Potter[/easyazon-link], by J.K. Rowling : You don’t have to be a sorcerer to know how popular these books are. Many professionals credit them with getting kids reading again. They are long, but they are worth it! Fun to read together too.

Middle School, the Worst Years of My Life[easyazon-link asin=”0316101699″ locale=”us”]Middle School, the Worst Years of My Life[/easyazon-link], by James Patterson: Think your school has a lot of rules? Check out Rafe Khatchadorian’s crazy plan to break every single one at his middle school. You can bet teachers and parents will have something to say about that!

[easyazon-link asin=”0375869026″ locale=”us”]Wonder[/easyazon-link], by R.J. Palacio : This poignant book has zoomed up the bestseller list for kids and parents alike. It is a fantastic book to read with your kids and talk about how our looks impact our lives. The boy in the story was born with a facial deformity, and his wish is to attend fifth grade like all other kids. You WILL cry!

[easyazon-link asin=”1442493860″ locale=”us”]Andrew Clements Boxed Set[/easyazon-link]: This set contains 10 of Andrew Clement’s awesome tales about school. As Clements himself says, “Most of my characters are fairly normal people who are dealing with the basics of everyday life–getting along with others, finding a place in the world, discovering talents, overcoming challenges, trying to have some wholesome fun along the way.” What more could you want?

[easyazon-link asin=”0312642903″ locale=”us”]Cookie[/easyazon-link], by Jacqueline Wilson: Her real name is Beauty Cookson, but the problem is, she’s not. When her mom decides to give her a fun new nickname, Cookie, will that solve the teasing she endures at school? Explores bullying/teasing in a great way.

[easyazon-link asin=”1442426624″ locale=”us”]Dork Diaries[/easyazon-link], by Rachel Renee Russell : This is another series that helps kids see they are SO normal, navigating BFFs, mean girls and the confusing hallways of school!

[easyazon-link asin=”1419711822″ locale=”us”]Diary of a Wimpy Kid[/easyazon-link], by Jeff Kinney: We can’t get too many diaries, can we? These popular books, which have become popular movies, are quick reads with fun cartoon-style illustrations.

[easyazon-link asin=”0547577095″ locale=”us”]Number the Stars[/easyazon-link], by Lois Lowry: This touching book covers the Jewish “relocation” through the eyes of a 10-year-old. It is a wonderful story that shows that even in the hardest times, there are good people.

[easyazon-link asin=”1423113497″ locale=”us”]Percy Jackson and the Olympians[/easyazon-link], by Rick Riordan: Your kids will eat up this adventure series, and even learn a thing or two about mythology and the famous Olympians.

[easyazon-link asin=”0440414806″ locale=”us”]Holes[/easyazon-link], by Louis Sachar:  Stanley Yelnats is “cursed” as a member of the Yelnats family. He has been sent to a boys’ detention center where the activity seems to be digging holes. But, why? He figures out that there’s more to the activity than meets the eye. What is the warden looking for?

Have some other books 10 year olds love that you would like to add to the list?  Also, I wanted to add that as an Amazon affiliate, I’d love it if you clicked the links and ordered through me if there’s something you  like!

Also, check out my  lists of books for 2 year olds; 3 year olds; 4 year olds; 5 year olds, 6 year olds , 7 year olds, 8 year olds AND 9 year olds!

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