20 Nonfiction Books for Kids Who Love Facts!Kids love nonfiction books. Even reluctant readers will often sit down for hours with a good, fun fact-filled book for kids. My own two boys love all the fact books on this list. We have copies of our own, but my children almost never leave the library without a nonfiction book for kids of some sort. They just eat them up. However, there is some cross-over, so check out the recommended age or take a peek inside if you are unsure which books will be right for your nonfiction books loving child.
Nonfiction Books for 10 Year Olds (5th Grade)
No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Kwame Alexander. Danielle Jawando. How many times as parents are we asked How? And Where? Help your kids to get to know more about the world around you with our Fascinating Facts category - The perfect way of cramming their heads full of facts without them even noticing. This year sees the 50th anniversary of the moon landings, so interest in space exploration will be particularly high.
From side-splitting stories and fantastical adventures to non-fiction treasure troves about space and history, discover your child's new favourite read in this list of the best books for year-olds. David Walliams. This brilliant collection contains David Walliams's first five fantastically funny novels. In The Boy in the Dress , how will Dennis's schoolmates react when he comes to school in a dress? In Mr Stink , Sophie befriends a very smelly tramp. In Billionaire Boy , the son of a billionaire finds that despite his luxurious home, he is unhappy without genuine friendship.
Nonfiction Books for PreSchool and Lower Elementary Kids
They need practice, lots of practice, in well-written books like the ones listed below. All picture book biographies. Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Strategies. Rocket to the Moon: Big Ideas That Changed the World by Don Brown Instead of reading a narrative nonfiction book, get your fact-filled history about the first moon landing in an exciting, well-written, black-and-white graphic novel. The conversational tone in which this book is written makes it flow smoothly. That, plus the addition of many illustrations and photographs make this one hard-to-put-down nonfiction middle grade book just right for your year-old, 4th grade, readers. The Dictionary of Difficult Words by Jane Solomon, illustrated by Louise Lockhart Want a mesmerizing book that is even better than a word-a-day calendar?