教育專家研究顯示，83％ 的 6-17歲孩子享受由父母唸書給他們聽，可惜的是，只有17％ 的 9-11歲孩子仍然獲得父母經常朗讀給孩子聽。
**教育專家研究 : Scholastic’s “Kids & Family Reading Report”
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Charlie wins a coveted spot to tour the mysterious Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory and ends up winning more than he can imagine.
Harry Potter series
Join Harry as he spends seven years at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, during which he’ll face evil, adventure, friendship, and significant life changes.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Travel through a wardrobe into a magical world of talking animals, evil ice queens, and dramatic adventure.
A Wrinkle in Time
Meg, her brother Charles Wallace, and her friend must travel through time and space to save her father’s life from the evil “IT.”
It’s because of the curse of Stanley’s no-good-dirty-rotten-pig-stealing-great-great-grandfather that Stanley got sent to Camp Green Lake where he digs holes all day in the dry lakebed. At least, he does until he discovers something in one of the holes …
by Chris Colfer
Ranger’s Apprentice series
Will apprentices with a Ranger who teaches him the skills to defend the kingdom as a battle looms with the evil Morgarath.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians series
Demigod Percy Jackson, son of Poseidon and a human woman, trains to fight monsters and battle evil at Camp Half-Blood. It’s up to him and his friends to save the world from the power-hungry Titans.
In a Glass Grimmly
Jack, his cousin Jill, and a three-legged frog seek a magic mirror for a wish (of course) and encounter bizarre and hilarious adventures, including my personal favorite, the dreaded fire-breathing salamander.
A former housecat joins a clan of wild cats who must defend territories, create alliances, train warriors, start families, and protect their way of life.
The Penderwicks: A Summer Tale of Four Sisters, Two Rabbits, and a Very Interesting Boy
When the lively Penderwick sisters summer at Arundel, they discover a new friend in Jeffrey and share many wonderful adventures.
This 2016 Newbery Honor tale of kids in the English countryside during World War II is an excellent first taste of historical fiction. Tough content includes a mother who’s abusive toward her disabled daughter, which is sure to prompt discussion.
Winner of the 2014 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature, this memoir-in-verse captures what it was like to grow up as an African-American girl partly in the 1960s Jim Crow South, partly in New York City.
Set in 1242 France during the Inquisition, this poignant, funny 2017 Newbery Honor book stars three tweens and a saintly dog, all with unusual powers, trying to avoid their persecutors. Expect irresistible characters and thought-provoking adventures.
Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
In what’s been called the Chinese Wizard of Oz, a young girl goes on a quest to help find fortune for her beloved parents, along the way befriending a dragon, an orphaned shepherd boy, and a prince.
This harrowing novel based on a true story tells two interlocking tales set in Sudan more than 20 years apart. It covers the nation’s bloody civil war (1983–2005) and the fate of the Lost Boys, seen though the eyes of an 11-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl.
Charles Dickens’ 19th-century masterpiece, with its rich but old-fashioned language, is much easier to tackle when it’s read out loud. This reversal-of-fortune tale is episodic and full of twists and turns — perfect for reading bit by bit, a chapter or two at a time.