Home / / plg book vietnamese Plg book vietnamese 18/03/2022 Does your 10-year old boy or girl in fifthgrade need a good book? Find good books for every 5th grade reader here with reviews to help you pick your next book. Also, I’ve added the genre just under the title if your child or student prefers a particular genre.Bạn đang xem: Plg book vietnameseSHOP THIS LISTUse this age (10) & grade (5th) as a starting point only. Each child is unique và will progressdifferently in their reading abilities.Looking for 5th grade books in a series? Visit my recommendations for book series for 5th graders.If you need harder books, go to my Best Books for 11-Year Oldsor Challenging Books for Young Advanced Readers.If you need easier books, go to lớn my Best Books for 9-Year Oldsor High Interest, Lower Comprehension Books for 5th graders.Have you seen my 5th-grade summer reading list?How about a menu of excellent NONFICTION books for 10-year-olds?You might also lượt thích Gifts for 10 Year Old Girls andGifts for 10 Year Old Boys.Best Books for 10-Year-Olds (5th Graders) A Place to lớn Hang the Moon by Kate Albus HISTORICAL FICTIONAn absolutely wonderful, heartwarming historical fiction story with close-knit siblings who stick together & eventually find their forever home. Evacuated from London during WWII these siblings need lớn find a new home. Unfortunately, their placements are horrid. It’s only the library and the kind librarian who help them survive the bullying và hunger. Unfortunately, the librarian is deemed “unsuitable” lớn be their foster mother since her missing husband is German. When things go from bad lớn worse in their latest home, can the children fight for a trang chủ with the librarian no matter what the town thinks? Prairie Lotus by Linda Sue Park HISTORICAL FICTIONPark writes a wonderfully touching multilayered story about a young half-Asian girl’s life during western expansion, frontier times. After Hana’s mother dies, her father moves the two of them to a small midwestern town. Park sets the scene with care và you’ll see a realistic portrayal of life in the 1880s from the point of view of someone who is experiencing racism. Despite many unfair things, Hana stays resilient và determined lớn graduate from school & help her father in his shop. Keeper of the Lost Cities by Shannon Messenger FANTASY / ADVENTURE (series) A new favorite action-packed, fantasy series of elves, danger, và magical creatures!! Twelve-year-old Sophie doesn’t fit in her world, maybe because she’s a Telepath and not even human. She leaves the human world for the Elvin world where she faces danger from both worlds. She hopes she’ll be safe if only she can regain the lost memories about her past. BOX phối HERE. The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman FANTASY This book is so excellent, I’d say it’s a modern children’s book classic. Bod lives in the graveyard with an assortment of ghosts and other cemetery creatures who raise him after Bod’s parents are killed when Bod was a baby. Bod’s main guardian is Silas who cares for him, feedshim, and teaches him about the human world. The ending is bittersweet (my daughter yelled at me for making her read a sad story) but perfect. Despite the scary-sounding title, the scariest part is in the first chapter when Bod’s parents get murdered và I suspectmost 5th graders can handle that part.Xem thêm: Recap / The Amazing World Of Gumball S3E20 "The Shell", The Amazing World Of Gumball: The Shell WonderbyR. J. Palacio REALISTIC Wonderhelpsus see compassion, empathy, and acceptance from a variety of character’s points of view. Auggie, a boy with a facial difference, starts public school for the first time in 5th grade. His experience, though often difficult, shows his inner strength. This beautiful story shows that kindness wins over bullying. Refugee by Alan Gratz HISTORICAL Wow. This book is a tween must-read book about what refugees experience. Follow three distinct stories about being displaced from your country, on the run, và in danger. First is a young Jewish boy who escapes from Nazi Germany on a ship to Cuba. Next is a Cuban girl in the 1990s who flees in a homemade raft lớn the United States. Finally, is a story about a Syrian boy whose home is bombed in a country at war. Gatz skillfully connects all three stories with a satisfying, realistic conclusion. Legacy và the Queen by Annie Matthew, created by Kobe Bryant FANTASY / SPORTSThis uniquely imagined story is also beautifully written và 100% enchanting. Legacy lives at an orphanage with her father and the other orphans but she longs to lớn compete in tennis. When she gets the chance, she leaves khổng lồ try out for the country’s elite tennis academy. Once she’s there, Legacy’s country background makes her an outcast but that also helps her discover two true friends, her inner magical power, và the dangerous truth of what’s actually going on at the Academy. I loved this unexpected but delightful combination of tennis and fantasy và can’t wait until the next book! Nightmares! by Jason Segel & Kirsten Miller, illustrated by Karl Kwasny FANTASY (series) Charlie’s dad remarries và moves Charlie & his younger brother into their stepmother’sfrighteningpurple mansion. There, Charlie begins lớn have horrible nightmares — nightmares that blur between reality & dream. When the nightmare witches steal Charlie’s little brother, Charlie và his friends must venture into the nightmare world, face their fears, and hope they can save his little brother và the entire world before it’s too late. Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper REALISTIC Hands-down one of the best life-changing books you’ll ever read. Narrated by Melody, we learn what it’s lượt thích for her, trapped in a toàn thân with cerebral palsy that doesn’t allow her to lớn speak or take care of herself. No one except her parents thinks that she’s smart. Then one day, she gets a chance lớn prove how smart she is. Heartbreaking. Real. Inspiring. Beautifully written. Awkwardby Svetlana Chmakova REALISTIC My daughter found this book SO RELATABLE — just lượt thích she struggles with confidence và speaking up, so does the main character, Peppi. This well-done graphic novel tackles the issues of friendships và confidence, among other things. (So glad I’m not in middle school anymore.) We highly recommend this graphic novel.