Amazing book for lovers of fantasy. J.R.R. Tolkien does such a great job at immersing you in his world. The detail is incredible, the characters are funny and likable, and there is so much to enjoy in this book. I will say that for inexperienced readers it could be a bit difficult to understand, but for the majority of mature tweens and teens it is the perfect book. If The Lord of the Rings seems a bit daunting, I would suggest reading the Hobbit first, as it is shorter and has a simpler plot. Overall, The Lord of the Rings is a must read.
A great book! Perfect if you want to build your vocabulary. It will be a difficult read if you're not used to reading this style, but The Scarlet Letter is very beneficial! Personally I thought the writing was beautiful, and I would recommend this book if you like classics. (Just make sure to have a dictionary on hand for some of the big words)
Overall a great book. True, it is very dark, and paints a picture of the depravity of man. There is some violence, so I wouldn't suggest for more sensitive readers, but the writing is easy to understand and although somewhat depressing, the story is interesting enough to keep you hooked.
Absolutely wonderful, a touching story of a young girl and her life in Nazi Germany. Beautiful descriptions and likable characters, you won't be able to put this book down! Recommend for grades 5-9 or kids that can handle mature topics.
A very important book with some good messages. Does include some profanity and racism as well as other mature topics, so I would recommend it for kids that can understand more serious books. Other than that, it's a great book, the writing is super easy to understand, and you won't get bored with this book. There are some good role models in this coming of age story. I think it's extremely beneficial to read TKAM.