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For this project, I tried to choose books I thought would interest some of my already very experienced readers. While keeping them in mind I also tried to find books that may also be interesting to students who aren't as interested in reading right now. I know that in many cases it can only take one book to really catch the attention of a student and make them want to read. I also chose a few books that I remember reading at this age. I also chose a few books that are relative to our social studies curriculum to get students more interested in history.

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For this project, I tried to choose books I thought would interest some of my already very experienced readers. While keeping them in mind I also tried to find books that may also be interesting to students who aren't as interested in reading right now. I know that in many cases it can only take one book to really catch the attention of a student and make them want to read. I also chose a few books that I remember reading at this age. I also chose a few books that are relative to our social studies curriculum to get students more interested in history.

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