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Classics Books For A 11 Year Old Boy in 2019

Reading is a habit that gives back its value times a thousand once your brain accepts and absorbs just what the intended wisdom of the book taught you. Reading the right book at the right time can really change your life, but the key is that you got to read to find it, and reading is a habit.

Make sure you instill this important habit on the young ones as soon as you they are old enough to understand the difficult subjects that the classics are ready to teach them, and for that, we got you a list of the best classic books For an 11 Year old boy.

#1 Classics Reimagined, Edgar Allan Poe

Classics Reimagined, Edgar Allan Poe
Well-known, Baltimore based artist David Plunkert will take you on a dark journey into the gothic stories and poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. Classic stories of the macabre will take on a whole new meaning when you experience them accompanied by David Plunkert’s mystical, and sometimes haunting interpretations. With this edition of the Classics Reimagined series, you’ll find these densely written classics boring… nevermore.

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#2 Classics Reimagined, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Classics Reimagined, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Award-winning artist Sophia Martineck takes readers on a journey to 221B Baker St. and the compelling stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, through her luscious imagery. The stories take on a whole new meaning when accompanied by Martineck’s mystical, colorful interpretations. With this edition of the Classics Reimagined series, you’ll always solve the mystery of what to read!

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#3 Classics Reimagined, Frankenstein

Classics Reimagined, Frankenstein
Celebrating the bicentennial anniversary of Mary Shelley’s original 1818 version, Rockport Publisher’s Classics Reimagined series presents this beautiful deluxe edition. The 256-page hardcover book features an 8 page vellum insert detailing the doctor’s designs, and a stunning, full-bleed gatefold image of the monster. Finished with printed endpapers, this masterpiece volume is perfect for book lovers and art lovers alike.

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#4 The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin
A murder mystery with a quirky and varied cast of character that actually ends up being a very sweet story about healed relationships. Some boys will really get into trying to figure out the various clues and puzzles given to the contestants of the game. You might want to jot a list of characters down when you start the book, because otherwise it can get a little confusing.

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#5 Half Magic and the Tales of Magic series by Edward Eager

Half Magic and the Tales of Magic series by Edward Eager
“These are stand-alone books (the first one, Half Magic, is my favorite), but there is some cross-over, some of it very clever, and they’re so good you’ll want to read them all!

The stories are about ordinary siblings who suddenly stumble onto something magical in their life, whether it’s an ancient talisman that grants only half a wish or a magical book that takes you inside your own favorite book. ”

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#6 The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster, 1961

The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster, 1961
A delightfully funny and clever book with lots of plays on words. A boy named Milo is bored with his life until one day a tollbooth appears in his bedroom. He goes on an adventure, accompanied by a watchdog named Tock, in a land where the princesses, Rhyme and Reason, have been banished … so nothing makes sense.

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#7 The Adventures of Coach and Little Dell: My First Tie

The Adventures of Coach and Little Dell: My First Tie
My First Tie is a wonderful story of a young boy sharing his experience learning how to tie his very first tie. The authors give us an inside scoop into the mind of a young boy seeking to mature and learn new things. Who knew learning to tie a tie would teach us the importance of honesty and telling the truth. We are also introducing a positive black male character to children’s literature. Coach is a fixer, a teacher, a motivator, a mentor, and all-around great guy. My First Tie is the second book in a wonderful children’s book series, The Adventures Of Coach And Little Dell.

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Contributors to this article
Lydia Rasmussen from Quarto Publishing Group

Jen Blaske from Three Kids, Three Cats, and a Husband

Tamika Morrison from MyFirsttieBook

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