Forgotten Favorites in Youth Literature
Are you looking for Children and Young Adult books that are worth reading? You’ve come to the right place! I have a master list of over 700 titles to share. My purpose with this blog is to share book titles that most parents today have either forgotten about or never heard of in the first place. I have a degree in English Literature, I’m a mother of five, grandmother of eight and homeschooled my children for 15 years. Our family read hundreds of books together over the past 30+ years. I hope you’ll join me as we remember the best that Youth Literature has to offer.
- One of the many reasons I love visiting a big city! It feels amazing to not have a car for a few days and hoof it all day long. And I sleep like a 👶Toured the Morgan Public Library tonight with @crawfordgates and @gwyneth_grace What a lovely way to spend a warm evening in NYC! Don’t miss the #gutenburgbible — this is the 4th one I’ve seen. 😘A life surrounded by books! That’s the life for me. Do you visit libraries when you travel?? I got the idea from my daughter @everydayreading — what a wonderful suggestion!David and I are in Cedar City enjoying The Merry Wives of Windsor. What a way to enjoy a lovely summer evening 😎. There’s nothing like good live theater!
- Board Books
- Books for Boys
- Early Chapter Books
- Early Grade Reading Level
- Family Films
- High School Reading Level
- Historical Fiction
- Middle Grade Reading Level
- Picture Books
- Science Fiction
Tag Archives: High School Reading Level
Winner of the Newberry Medal in 1944, Johnny Tremain tells the fictional story of a talented, young silversmith apprentice during the pre-American Revolutionary War era. His life and career are full of promise until a tragic accident occurs and … Continue reading
“So you are the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war.” According to her son, this is what President Abraham Lincoln said upon meeting Harriet Beecher Stowe for the first time in 1862. This classic is extremely … Continue reading