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Books to Help a Reluctant Reader

If you have a kid who’s less than thrilled to crack open a book, these titles will help get the pages turning



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These expert-recommended picks will help bring out the bookworm in your reluctant reader.

Resources For Kids:

Common Sense Media’s List  (ages 6 and up)

School Library Journal Resource Journal Recommendations Series Recommendations (ages 3 and up)

Children’s Book Author Kate Coombs Picks (Ages 5 to 13)

Resources for Tweens and Teens :

The Young Adult Library Services Association Picks (ages 12-18)

9 Great Books for Reluctant Teen Readers

We've got ways to inspire your reluctant reader. 

Have a book your reluctant reader loved? Tell us about it in the comments!

 

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