Great Realistic Fiction for Children
Recommended realistic fiction for children.
Everyone thinks it's just a game, until they have to find a murderer.
Wanda wears the same faded dress to school every day but claims to have a hundred dresses at home.
Michael loves his hundred-year-old Aunt Dew, who keeps a penny for every year of her life in an old box.
Seven-year-old Juan lives with his grandmother in the most beautiful place in the world--his small Guatemalan town.
Nine-year-old Gregory paints a picture representing the life of the old man known as Uncle Pancho.
Nora wants to be normal, so she tries to hide the fact that she is a genius.
Zelly wants a dog, but is she brave enough to take care of the "practice" dog her grandpa gives her?
Lonely Grady slowly makes a friend in Charlie, the old man who has hired Grady's mom to cook for him.