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What are some good book series for boys to read, besides Diary of A Wimpy Kid?

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Old 09-02-2012, 06:47 AM
 
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Check out his website:
www.guysread.com

Jon has lots of recommendations. He is really BIG on getting boys to read.
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I'm so glad you asked this question!! room213-THANK YOU for sharing that website!!
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Star Wars Clone Wars
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Has an "easier" reading level I bought bunch through scholastic, but I think I've found some at half price books too. I also have these series that are popular with my boys: Zack Files, Henry & Mudge, Magic Tree House, Flat Stanley, & Black Lagoon. They also seem to enjoy books about dinosaurs, sharks & other sea life, & non-fiction animal stories.
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My class is really into Ready, Freddy right now.


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Black Lagoon, Nate the Great, Goosebumps
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Old 09-03-2012, 11:29 AM
 
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"My Weird School" series is a huge hit with the boys in my room.
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Old 09-03-2012, 01:58 PM
 
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Here are some more good suggestions
http://www.4tunate.net/2012/05/65-fa..._campaign=feed
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Thank you all for the great replies and websites! I plan to get a list together for both boys and girls to give to parents at conference time and this will help a lot.
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Geronimo Stilton
Magic tree house
Bailey school kids
Jigsaw jones
Black lagoon chapter books
Horrible Harry
Oogie cooder


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