Best Baby Books for 9-12 Years Old to Enhance Imagination
Books improve kid's brain activity and give them that boost they need to support and promote their early reading skills. Reading books ensures that your child is exposed to vocabulary on different topics and helps to develop their social skills and communication skills. Here you will get some of the best baby books 9-12 years old that can help your child to understand change, to enhance their concentration, to develop their strong emotions and thirst for knowledge.
This is a great educational reference book that would be a great addition to any child's library. This baby book is a great little educational reference book for children about the constellations. The book's layout is great for children and easy to follow along with. The illustrations correspond perfectly alongside the storyline on each page to give a beautifully descriptive idea of the appearance of each constellation.
This book offers:
- Quick and easy to digest format.
- Each constellation is beautifully illustrated.
- The pictures are great.
- So convenient to carry around.
- Easy to understand.
Wolves and Foxes in the Wild Fun Facts is a short book full of interesting facts about wolves and facts. This would make a great starting point to learn more about these creatures, their habitats, and their life cycles. This book can be used as a tool for both parents and teachers to help introduce their little learners to the topic of different varieties of wolves and foxes.
This book features:
- Various facts about wolves and foxes.
- Wonderful and magnificent pictures.
- Colorful and detailed photographs.
- Quick and easy to read.
- Easily understandable.
- Baby accessible.
- Simple content.
Circus Coloring Book is a digital preview of what the actual paperback coloring book will look like. It contains useful information about the benefits of coloring books and stimulating children’s creativity. Majority of the pictures of this book are clowns, so this book is great for your kid loves clowns. This book has a nice variety of fun playful images that would be easy for children to fill in that can help them let go of stress and emotions too.
This book delivers:
- Detailed explanations.
- Informative and enjoyable for coloring.
- Nice pictures.
- Excellent illustrations.
- Accessible for kids.
- Detailed description.
- Good mixtures of drawings from simple to complex.
In a time of war, a mysterious child appears at the monastery of the Order of the Chronicles of Sorrowing. Gentle Brother Edik finds the girl, Beatryce, curled in a stall, wracked with fever, coated in dirt and blood, and holding fast to the ear of Answelica the goat. As the monk nurses Beatryce to health, he uncovers her dangerous secret, one that imperils them all for the king of the land seeks just such a girl, and Brother Edik, who penned the prophecy himself, knows why.
And so it is that a girl with a head full of stories powerful tales-within-the-tale of queens and kings, mermaids and wolves ventures into a dark wood in search of the castle of one who wishes her dead. But Beatryce knows that, should she lose her way, those who love her a wild-eyed monk, a man who had once been king, a boy with a terrible sword, and a goat with a head as hard as stone—will never give up searching for her, and to know this is to know everything. With its timeless themes, unforgettable cast, and magical medieval setting, Kate DiCamillo’s lyrical tale, paired with resonant black-and-white illustrations by Caldecott Medalist Sophie Blackall, is a true collaboration between masters.
It was raw and emotional. Brandon finds himself going to work with his dad in the Twin Towers because he has been suspended from school. Trying to fix the damage done due to standing up to a bully, Brandon sneaks away from his father, who is a chef at Windows on the World. It is during this time the first plane is flown into the twin towers. Reading the raw account of events from that day brought back so many memories and emotions. The story is told in alternation chapters. The other person in this story is Reshmina, a young Afghan girl whose family is caught between the fighting between the Americans and Afghan soldiers and the Taliban. Reshmina saves the life of an American Soldier and puts her whole village in danger.
Twelve-year-old Silas is awoken in the dead of night by three menacing horsemen who take his father away. Silas is left shaken, scared, and alone, except for the presence of his companion, Mittenwool . . . who happens to be a ghost. When a pony shows up at his door, Silas makes the courageous decision to leave his home and embark on a perilous journey to find his father. Along the way, he will face his fears to unlock the secrets of his past and explore the unfathomable mysteries of the world around him.
R. J. Palacio spins a harrowing yet distinctly beautiful coming-of-age story about the power of love and the ties that bind us across distance and time. With the poignant depth of War Horse and the singular voice of True Grit, this is one of those rare books poised to become an instant classic for readers of all ages.
Amari Peters has never stopped believing her missing brother, Quinton, is alive. Not even when the police told her otherwise, or when she got in trouble for standing up to bullies who said he was gone for good.
So when she finds a ticking briefcase in his closet, containing a nomination for a summer tryout at the Bureau of Supernatural Affairs, she’s certain the secretive organization holds the key to locating Quinton if only she can wrap her head around the idea of magicians, fairies, aliens, and other supernatural creatures all being real.
Now she must compete for a spot against kids who’ve known about magic their whole lives. No matter how hard she tries, Amari can’t seem to escape their intense doubt and scrutiny especially once her supernaturally enhanced talent is deemed “illegal.” With an evil magician threatening the supernatural world, and her own classmates thinking she’s an enemy, Amari has never felt more alone. But if she doesn’t stick it out and pass the tryouts, she may never find out what happened to Quinton.
Scarlett McCain is a shoot-first ask-questions-later kind of outlaw. She scrapes by on bank heists, her wits—and never looking back. She’s on the run from her latest crime when she comes across Albert Browne. He is the sole survivor of a horrific accident, and against her better judgement, Scarlett agrees to guide him to safety.
This is a mistake. Soon there are men with dogs and guns and explosives hot on their heels. Scarlett’s used to being chased by the law, but this is extreme. It was only a little bank she’d robbed. As they flee together across the wilds, fighting off monstrous beasts, and dodging their pursuers, Scarlett comes to realize that Albert Browne is hiding a terrible secret. And that he may be the most dangerous threat of all. In this fast-paced, quick-witted whirlwind of a story, Jonathan Stroud introduces two unlikely allies the outlaws Scarlett and Browne who are about to become the most notorious renegades in all that’s left of Britain.