Best books for young readers 2016

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You currently have JavaScript disabled in your web browser, please enable JavaScript to view our website as intended. Here are the instructions of how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Whether they're a teeny toddler or a very particular teen, this is where you can find your child's next amazing book: just scroll down to find books for a range of ages. You can also keep track of the latest titles by looking at our past reading recommendations for:. A bright and colourful book that will be a favourite with little ones as they listen to and repeat the words. A cute and charming board book, perfect for young nature fans at home or at school.
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The Ten Best Debut Novels of 2016

The holidays are the perfect time to reflect on the many wonderful books that the year has brought us—and to make sure that we (and our loved.

Best books of 2016

Please refresh the page and retry. F rom polite penguins to robotic bees, here are the best tales of for young readers. Steve Antony is a huge hit with parents, because his books all stress the virtues of behaving well. But the engaging illustrations and zappy prose ensure that children never suspect they are being preached to. In a simple yet skilful plot, only the penguin has the patience to wait and see. But in this delightful story, Spinderella overcomes her fears, and comes up with an innovative way to teach her siblings how to count.

But the 30 books on this list are some of my favorites. Her YA historical novels Under a Painted Sky and Outrun the Moon transport readers to the s and s, introducing diverse characters and plots that keep you hooked. But with her latest, Lee writes less about history and more about love—with a bit of magical realism tossed in the mix. Well, she uses her sensitive sense of smell to mix love potions. So what happens when Mimosa wants to fall in love?

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Of the many books that have engaged me this year, three stand out: James shows in a brutally honest memoir how someone can be saved, and The Year of the Runaways by Sunjeev Sahota Picador depicts a life that many of us choose to ignore. Sarah Akhtar, Stoke-on-Trent. The writing conveys both his sympathy for the plight of the men who had endured the war and its longer term consequences, and the book marks the period in his life when he moved from being a good artist to a great one. Chris Allen, Buckingham. A chance encounter with Stewart on Radio 4 led me to one of the most unexpected and enjoyable reads of

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