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Murder Is Bad Manners by Robin Stevens, ages 10+

10 Books For Middle Schoolers to Read Over the Summer

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella, ages 12+

10 Books For Middle Schoolers to Read Over the Summer

Finding Audrey by Sophie Kinsella, ages 12+

That's the main message of this story of a girl ($8, originally $10) who must free a "beast" in order to help her family.

Your Favorite Fairy Tales With a Teenage Twist

That's the main message of this story of a girl ($8, originally $10) who must free a "beast" in order to help her family.

An emotional read from then 17-year-old Kat Zhang, What's Left of Me ($10) follows two souls struggling to share one body.

What's Left of Me

An emotional read from then 17-year-old Kat Zhang, What's Left of Me ($10) follows two souls struggling to share one body.

I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives by Martin Ganda and Caitlin Alifrenka, ages 12+

10 Books For Middle Schoolers to Read Over the Summer

I Will Always Write Back: How One Letter Changed Two Lives by Martin Ganda and Caitlin Alifrenka, ages 12+

With the Muppets Doodle Book ($13), your children can create the gang's next big adventure.

With the Muppets Doodle Book ($13), your children can create the gang's next big adventure.

Long before the 1939 film version made Dorothy and Co. household names, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ($28) was a children's book first published in 1900. Some scholars have argued that the book is an allegorical representation of the gold standard debate, but the book's author, L. Frank Baum, never publicly acknowledged this theory.

Read Between the Lines: 10 Classic Kids' Books With Delightfully Subversive Subtext

Long before the 1939 film version made Dorothy and Co. household names, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ($28) was a children's book first published in 1900. Some scholars have argued that the book is an allegorical representation of the gold standard debate, but the book's author, L. Frank Baum, never publicly acknowledged this theory.

Books have a way of sparking empathy, drawing readers into the lives of characters who may be different from themselves — or different from other characters in the story. It's a diverse world, and these books reflect the view that we're all in it together.

33 Books That Promote Tolerance and Diversity

Books have a way of sparking empathy, drawing readers into the lives of characters who may be different from themselves — or different from other characters in the story. It's a diverse world, and these books reflect the view that we're all in it together.

Fans of The Fault In Our Stars will love Steph Bowe's Girl Saves Boy ($28). The 16-year-old's debut novel shares the sweet and sad story about two teens fighting for their lives while falling in love.

9 Books by Teens, For Teens!

Fans of The Fault In Our Stars will love Steph Bowe's Girl Saves Boy ($28). The 16-year-old's debut novel shares the sweet and sad story about two teens fighting for their lives while falling in love.

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