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Falling in love with the first book in a series is a wonderful thing: you don't have to worry about what to read next, you can just sit back and enjoy the reading. Kids and adults alike love these 7 great series.

Series kids love (and their parents do, too) - Modern Mrs. Darcy

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40+ of our ABSOLUTE, ALL-TIME BEST books for boys (ages 8-16). Adventure, drama, suspense and humour that will knock the socks off even the most reluctant readers.

40+ Best Books for Boys Ages 8-14 - Happy Hooligans

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Old Souls: Compelling Evidence From Children Who Remember Past Lives

40 BEST BOOKS FOR BOYS (ages 8-16) - a fabulous collection of adventure, suspense and humour for even the most reluctant readers. - Happy Hooligans

40+ Best Books for Boys Ages 8-14 - Happy Hooligans

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The Light Between Oceans: A Novel by M.L. Stedman, www.amazon.com/...

Robot Check

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All the Light We Cannot See: A Novel by Anthony Doerr, www.amazon.com/...

Robot Check

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Seven Types of Ambiguity by Elliot Perlman, www.amazon.com/...

Robot Check

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Get a head start on your New Year's resolution to read more books with our 2015 reading challenge!

Take Our Ultimate Reading Challenge!

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12 Books You’ll Want to Read in One Sitting

so true

Great Bible Study ♥

Fantastic. 1st read Still Alice, then this (the author's 2nd book). So, so good. A working mom/wife has a terrible accident & loses "Left". Has to recover, reevaluate. Engrossing.

Owl Moon

Could be a good list to have

Need to put this on my reading list. One pinner said: "Best book ever for mothers to read for their sons....makes you think twice before you try talking to them....my son is 18 and i still use the info in it cause i believe it will always be useful!!!"

All woman should read...

Summer reading ideas. Maybe I will have time to read this summer!

Raising Boys (A Dad’s Advice for Moms) - a hilarious & helpful article! Must read if u have boys! - Sarah Chintomby Chintomby Pankus

Activity to use with the book The Invisible String.

Trading Dreams at Midnight by Diane McKineey-Whetstone: Really great book; read in 2 days. Surprisingly great. :)

Another pinner said, "One of the most important books I've ever read! A lot of parents are afraid of these kinds of conversations. You should be more afraid of not having them.”

If you have a son, read this book. If you don't, pin now and read later :) (This makes me tear up just thinking about it...)

all you need is books and tea