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The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is a very sweet and endearing book that brings together book lovers of all ages. Mr. Morris Lessmore loves his books, but when he loses them in a terrible and cataclysmic storm he is brought to a terribly low place. When he witnessed a woman walking with what appeared to be flying books on a balloon string he was so happy. He soon finds a hidden library that houses broken books in need of repair and finds himself happy to take on the position of mending the broken books.

fantastic flying books

This fun and interactive book is found in Ebook, paperback, and hardcover. It blends the beauty of storytelling with interactive applications and the beautiful and enchanting written words. The beauty has also been shared in the form of a short film. This book is one of the great things to come out of the adaptations of e-readers. It brings joy to all who read it and helps to bring new readers by intriguing them with both an interactive book app and glorious book.

Great Books for Your Middle Schooler

We love books. We also love sharing books with our kids, and with your kids too! Reading is such an important part of life. A great love of reading can change how your child sees the world, and how they learn from it. That is why it is important to nurture that love for reading, which isn’t always easy for parents. One great way is to understand what kind of person your child is, what their likes are, what their personality is, and most importantly what their reading level is. If you choose a book too advanced for them it can intimidate them and make them afraid to read because they do not fully understand what they are reading and they don’t like feeling lost. If you choose too far below their level they can get bored and choose not read because it is not fun or thrilling.

To gauge some of these things you need to know how they are doing at school. Meet with their teacher and see what their reading level is this year. Or you might even want to see what it was last year, so that you can see if it is growing and changing each year. You can also check your child’s reading level by doing an at home reading competency test. Tutoring Parents has a great tutorial on how to gauge your child’s reading competency. The tutorial is simple to follow and can be applied to any age group.

Once you know your child’s reading level you can start thinking about books that will impress them. Think of their hobbies, their personality, and the things they think about being in the future. You want to pick things that they have an interest in already, but that doesn’t mean you cannot introduce them to new things. Here is a fun flowchart that will help you think of different ideas, and maybe help you brainstorm some of your own.

Flowchart:

Books for your middle schooler

Now it’s time to head for the library or the local bookstore to pick up some books for your middle schooler.