Holiday reading for children aged 9-11.

We’ll start with the avid readers who never seem to be able to find enough reading material. If you have 9, 10 or 11 year olds who like Greek Mythology and have read the Percy Jackson books, another series which is absolutely brilliant is  The Fire Thief Trilogy by Terry Deary.Both these series are at Amber reading level.

The Tom Gates books are still proving hugely successful with the more reluctant readers and with the next one in the series due out on the 1st March, they’ve just got time to read the first two in the series before it comes out.

Something probably more suited to the girls are the Molly Moon books. Plenty of reading for the keen reader, also at Amber reading level. If they prefer something a bit easier to read then the Clarice Bean books are hilarious and are at Sapphire reading level with quite a large font, which is perhaps more appealing if they’re not big readers.

You will find lots more suggestions on our website where, when you have made your selection, you can click on the Amazon button for further details, and to buy if you wish. We partner with Amazon, knowing that they offer excellent value for money on books and rarely charge any postage.*

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2 Responses to “Holiday reading for children aged 9-11.”

  1. Cassie Says:

    These are awesome suggestions. I run a teen book club at a teen center and this is going to help immensely.

    • childrensbooklady Says:

      Glad we could be of help.If you need suggestions for individual children, please feel free to post a comment on our blog or on Twitter. You will find us on Twitter @hummibooks. If you’re looking for a fantastic teen series, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins is amazing (my 14 year old son loved it) and from what I hear all the girls like the Twilight books.

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