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Gosh has been a while so not sure,For your younger dd .. what does she like to read & your oldest?Hope someone else can give you some ideas ;)
I know when I was 8, I loved Charlotte's Web. When I was 18, I was in college so all of my reading was for school. I would probably recommend checking the best seller list and see if there are any books that may interest her.
18 year old I would go off the best seller list or see what's featured on barne's and noble website or another bookstore website.
8 year old, I would look in the YA books.
Quoting momofnatalie: When I was 18, I was in college so all of my reading was for school. I would probably recommend checking the best seller list and see if there are any books that may interest her.
When I was 18, I was in college so all of my reading was for school. I would probably recommend checking the best seller list and see if there are any books that may interest her.
I was going to say the same thing. Not a lot of pleasure reading going on for me when I was 18... there was just no time.
That said, if the 18 year old likes to read, almost anything could be good. I use Goodreads.com for almost all my book selections.
My 7 year old (girl) is pretty into the Magic Treehouse series. She also likes those Disney Tinkerbell books. There are a couple of other series girls in her class read - I'd just google "best series books for 3rd grade." I don't like them now, but from about 2nd to 5th grade, I loved series books. They were familiar and it was always a fun goal to read all of them. I think most kids are the same way.
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Little House on the Prairie series for the 8 yr old (will need help at times); Judy Moody series; Anne of Green Gables series. i have noticed that with this age group, series will keep them reading more and more with developing a stronger love of reading for life!
Gossip Girl series for 18 yr old; Sweet Dream series; The Outsiders; Christy
Quoting Momofmenagerie: Well, without a starting point of interest, it 's pretty difficult just list off books at random.
Could you specify some they've already shown an interest in and their reading level?
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