Books for 2nd grade reading level

If you click on the link (aff) for each book it will take you to a copy of the book on Amazon if you want to look inside the book or find out more about it.
My 7th grader is less particular but was barely able to find one book at the book fair though there was a decent selection of advanced middle grade books. My son bought the 100 Most Disgusting Things on the Planet last year, so I think it prompted him to try this one as well.
My son came home distraught one day because he drew the lower number at the library  causing him to lose out on Super Diaper Baby, a new series by Dav Pilkey of Captain Underpants fame. I had heard great things about this series so I was happy to convince him to try this series though he’s not much of a Star Wars fan.
It’s a great book for boys about coming of age, and looking inside a person before you judge him. If you enjoyed this post, please consider leaving a comment or subscribing to the RSS feed to have future articles delivered to your feed reader. It’s always so fun for me to see what my son picks to read versus what I try to get him to read. The moms who run the book fair every year tell me that they love how PickyKidPix and her same group of friends spend all their time figuring out how to pay for the books they want to give their teachers, as well as choosing the books.

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After hearing about the exciting summer vacations of his classmates, Arthur decides to write an embellished version of his own summer experiences. Product Info When Arthur and his classmates head back to school, they're asked to write about their summer vacation. He really likes those typical boy books: funny, graphic novel, hybrid graphic novel, interesting and beautifully designed non-fiction.
They think it’s so sweet (plus, I suppose a good math exercise and cooperation exercise to boot).
But when Arthur hears the exciting things his friends have done, Arthur feels he need to make up a better story of his own. Then we went after school, with Grasshopper and Sensei meeting us there since she’s now in middle school. He’s willing to read picture books and chapter books which were staples for my girls, but I have to lead him into it. I get so excited about book fairs because I have such a strong nostalgic feeling about them- they were really the most exciting part of the whole year for me.

Still, I wish she’d bring home ONE chapter book for herself to read instead of always complaining how we have nothing good to read at home. Our latest find is the You Choose the Ending books … Worst Case Survival Guide chapter books. The author is Marc Brown and it was published sometime in June of 2007 by Random House Books for Young Readers.
The book series make you apply knowledge from a Field Guide in the back of the book to scenarios in the book.
The book is for ages 12 months+ and is focused on Arthur and it is deemed smart juvenile fiction. If you find yourself within the library you can likely look it up using the classification code, PZ7.B81618 Aokc 2007. They are not well written in terms of character and setting but controlling the plot is a really fun way to engage boys.

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