6th Grade Reading List
Reading Suggestions for 6th Graders from the Weber County Library
The Prime Minister is compiling a dictionary and when no one at court can agree on the meaning of delicious, the King sends his twelve-year-old messenger to poll the country.
Eva Nine has never left Sanctuary, until it is destroyed and she must survive on the surface of her planet.
Discusses some of Egypt's most famous artifacts and monuments, including the pyramids, the Rosetta Stone, and, especially, the Great Sphinx, presenting research and speculation about their origins and their future.
Johnny is the first human "softwire"--that is, he can communicate telepathically with computers.
When Clara vanishes after the puppeteer Grisini and two orphaned assistants were at her twelfth birthday party, suspicion of kidnapping chases the trio away from London and soon the two orphans are caught in a trap set by Grisini's ancient rival, a witch with a deadly inheritance to shed before it is too late.
An introduction to cryptozoology: the study of animals that may or may not be real.
Andrew can feel the presence of his ancestors in Great-Aunt Blythe's old house, including another Andrew who lived at the beginning of the century.
Tells the tale of the sinking of the Titanic using the narratives of the witnesses and survivors to the disaster.
When Tom's brother gets measles, Tom is sent to stay with relatives--and has an amazing adventure.
In 1935, Turtle goes to stay with her aunt in Key West, and finds adventure with her unusual cousins.
In this look at seven paintings by Jan Vermeer, author Bob Raczka takes on the role of interviewer and the people in the paintings become his willing subjects.
Zelly wants a dog, but is she brave enough to take care of the "practice" dog her grandpa gives her?
A battered, storytelling tomcat comes to live in a barnful of rescued animals.
In 1599 England, twelve-year-old lying, thieving Will Sparrow runs away, meets many colorful characters on the road, and then reluctantly joins a traveling "oddities" exhibit, where he learns to see beyond appearances.