What are some best best book choices for 8 year old boys or non-gender?

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  • Anonymous
    2 years ago
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    "Greek Mythology's Twelve Labors of Hercules;"

    "The Revolutionary War: An Interactive History;"

    "The Civil War: An Interactive History;"

    "The Once and Future King" by White;

    the "Dr. Dolittle" series;

    the "A Wrinkle in Time" series;

    "The World According to Mr. Rogers: Important Things to Remember;"

    "The Wind in the Willows;"

    the series beginning with "Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims;" good characters, writing, plot; children travel in time back to exciting events in American history; features a talking horse on whom they ride back and forth in time; children love this character;

    the series by Brandon Sanderson beginning with "Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians;" humorous, good characters, features a young boy hero and a young girl Knight who helps him;

    "Favorite Poems of Childhood" (Dover Children's Thrift Classics);

    "DK Eyewitness Books: Wonders of the World;" good photos, choices;

    "DK Eyewitness Books: Planets;"

    the series by Laura Overdeck including "Bedtime Math: The Truth Comes Out;"

    the "Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat" series;

    the "Encyclopedia Brown" child detective series;

    "Striker Jones and the Midnight Archer;"

    "Children on the Oregon Trail;"

    "The Neverending Story;"

    "Math and Magic in Wonderland;"

    "Math and Magic in Camelot;"

    "A Traveller in Time" by Allison Uttley;

    "Math Potatoes" by Greg Tang (part of a series);

    "Blockhead: The Life of Fibonacci;"

    "Mary Poppins;"

    "The Adventures of Peter Cottontail" and other books by Thornton Burgess;

    For you :-) "Bringing up Boys" by Dr. James Dobson; very helpful, clear. "For Couples Only" by Shaunti Feldhahn; likewise.

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  • Joe
    Lv 4
    2 years ago

    if you have an e-reader, try Jake's Big Adventures by J. William Turner

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  • 2 years ago

    The Great Brain series

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

    The Hidden Cave

    The Phantom Tollbooth

    McBroom's Wonderful One-Acre Farm and Here Comes McBroom


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  • 2 years ago

    Diary of a Wimpy Kid all of them. This worked out beautifully for my kid however he watched the movie first before I got him reading the books but the books were absolutely hilarious. He said he had the visuals of the character is in his head when he was reading the books and I believe that helped him throughout all of the books he read.

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