Finding books for teen boys is easier than it was. Many current writers write exciting, interesting books for boys. Keeping boys reading and interested in books is notoriously difficult. The teenage years are such a busy time for boys to learn about the world, themselves, and others.
Our desire for reading develops at an early age and the summer days are the perfect time for your young kids to pick up a book and read. Whether it is outside under a tree or curled up in bed next to you, here are a few summer books for children to add to their reading lists that are sure to keep your young readers glued to every word.
An informative and immersive guide to the Stone Age, written by a real-life hunter gatherer! In Live Like a Hunter Gatherer you find out how they lived, what a typical day was like, what medicine they used and even how they had fun.
Welcome to FACTopia!, a wonderland of crazily connected facts. Choose your own path through this hilarious world of 400 facts, all of which are verified by Encyclopaedia Britannica. Every fact in the book is connected to the next in an ingenious trail of information.
Meet the WORRY MONSTERS they EAT your worries and make them DISAPPEAR! Frettie Fluster is a Worry Monster expert, but when she can’t find one of the monsters, she starts to worry too! Find out what happens in this funny book, perfect for encouraging children to talk about their worries.
A gorgeous, large-format gift hardback with a stunning neon cover, A History of the World in 25 Cities features 25 beautifully illustrated city maps from all over the world, from ancient history to the present day.
Taking a close look at peaceful revolutions from around the world, the People Power is an important book that gives young readers the information and encouragement they need to be part of a better future—for themselves and for all of us.
Tom Fletcher launches Blue Peter Amazing Authors Competition. Singer and children’s author Tom Fletcher is giving his backing to Blue Peter’s latest competition offering budding young writers a money can’t buy prize.
In a world of fluffy clouds, fairies and magical spells, Grumbalina looks to have the perfect fairytale life. But, she’s starting to learn that magic can’t solve everything… Float on over to Pufftown in these whimsical new children’s books written by Canadian author, Karina Frederiks.
Somewhere along our journey through childhood and attending school, we lose our rose-tinted view of the world. Finding the goodness, the kindness and the happiness in the world around us. The How To Hide A Lion story showcases the different viewpoints of adults and children when it comes to a special lion.
Fizzing with rhythm, energy and laughter, the 30 poems in Ready for Spaghetti delight in the details of children’s daily routines. Michael Rosen’s irresistible rhymes follow readers from the second they jump up, up, uppity-up out of bed to the hush and a hush as they finally drift off to sleep.
Earth-Saving Acts for Eco-Warriors is an empowering guide to living more sustainably with practical advice for fighting climate change. Embracing eco-friendly practices means recycling items that can be repurposed, reusing items that would otherwise go to waste and reducing the number of natural resources consumed.