May 28, 2014

May Books of the Month

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writing_prompt_book_recommendationKids’ Favorite Books this Month!

Do y’all know what time it is? Oh yeah! It’s BOOKS OF THE MONTH time!!! Not gonna lie: this is easily my favorite post every month. I can’t wait to find out what books you guys are reading and to get your recommendations!

At the end of April we asked you to share what books you were reading. Then we made a word cloud so we could see which titles were most popular. This month saw some surprising new contenders for the top spot. You Wings of Fire fans really came out in support! Check out the results below:

May Books of the Month

We’ll be doing this again for next month, so show your favorite new (or not-so-new!) book title some love and tell us what you’re reading right now. Leave the name of the book (or books!) in the Comments section below. Can’t wait to see which title reigns supreme in June!

Till next month,

image from kids.scholastic.com — En-Szu, STACKS Staffer

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  1. duskangel100

    -My Life with the Walter Boys by Ali Novak
    -Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier
    -Sora’s Quest by T.L. Shreffler

    These are ALL really good fast paced books, but Sora’s Quest outshines them all!!!

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  2. lizzie

    I like ever after high,warrior cats ( a lot) ,and I really want to read that kingdom keepers series . Man I love books !

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  3. dolphinclub186

    The best books are The Magic Tree House and The Magic School Bus. They are fun and educational. Read those two series book.

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  4. volleyballathena14

    Percy Jackson, Hero’s of Olympus, The Kane Chronicals, Children of the Lamp Wait ‘Til Helen Comes, Deep and Dark and Dangerous, Guy’s Read Other Worlds, The Missing Children Series, Wonder, The Revealers, Imperfect Spiral, See you at Harry’s, and MANY, MANY more. In other words, reading is my life this summer.

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  5. cassandra

    i like the book stranded 1st because it has an adventure to it and a cliff hanger.
    you never now what will happen next.
    so you will want to keep reading

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  6. Gabi

    Ok, Maximum Ride series (Age 12 and up) by James Patterson, Divergent (Grade 9 and up), Gregor the Overlander, and Fang (Grade 6 and up) which is part of Max Ride series!

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  7. peekingship14

    Divergent (Teens), The Hunger Games (Age 12 and up), The Lunar Chronicles (Age 12 and up), The Fault in Our Stars (Teens)

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