Children's Book Day 2025 is on Wednesday, April 2, 2025: What is the name of the children's book when the teacher goes away for a day?

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Children’s Book Day

Falling on Hans Christian Anderson's birthday celebration, Children's Publication Day celebrates children's books and encourages children to check out.

What is the name of the children’s book when the teacher goes away for a day?

Miss Nelson is missing! by Harry Allard, James Marshall.

The kids in Room 207 take advantage of their teacher's good nature until she disappears and they are "faced with a vile substitute."

There are sequels to this book including "Miss Nelson Has a Field Day" and "Miss Nelson is Back"

What are the best-selling children’s books now and days?

What are the best-selling children's books now and days?

In the 10-13 age range, some popular titles are:

the Warriors series by Erin Hunter

the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney

the Inheritance series by Christopher Paolini

the Percy Jackson, Kane Chronicles, and Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan

the Wildwood Chronicles (Book 1) by Meloy/Ellis

Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick

For older kids, say 13-16, some popular titles are:

the Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins

the Maze Runner (trilogy) by James Dashner

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer

the Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare

the Pretty Little Liars series by Sara Shepard

the Gossip Girl series by Celicy von Ziegesar

the Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz

the Witch and Wizard series and the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson

the Michael Vey series by Richard Paul Evans


What are some good books for a 7th grader to read?

What are some good books for a 7th grader to read?

Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld

I love this book. It's hard to explain but it's about the future, after mankind basically destroyed the earth (global warming, destroying forests, polluting the ocean, etc) survivors made a new society where there's no argueing, war, etc. Everyone is considered "ugly" until they turn 16 and have this sugery that makes them "pretty" and they move to this part of town where all they do is have fun and party all day and night. Tally, the main character cant wait to turn pretty. She meets Shay who's a rebal and convinces Tally to leave the city for a night to see what's out in the wilderness. Tally learns all kinds of things about being pretty and the truth is.. it's not really pretty. EXTREMELY good, and the sequals (Pretties, Specials) are even better. It's full of adventures, cool technologies, romance, etc. There's also a fourth book from another perspective and it's set in Japan called Extras, but it's not as good as the others in my opinion.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

This book is also set in the future and gets pretty intense. It's setting is in Panem, a city that's now in what's left of North America (which has become smaller after global warming and melting of the ice caps). Surrounding Panem are 12 districts where each year, one boy and girl between the ages of 12 and 18 are chosen to be in the Hunger Games where they are put into an arena and battle each other and try to survive until there's only one left and is the winner. There's also some romance in it. One of my favorite books and it was also recommended by the author of Twilight.

Deadly Little Secrets by Laurie Stolarz

It's the first of it's series and is also really good. It's about a girl named Camelia who lives a normal life - dating, has friends, decent grades. But, one day when she was picking an earing that she dropped crossing the street, a car was coming towards her and it wasn't stopping. Suddenly, a hot guy shoves her out of the way, saving her life. He left without her saying thank you or asking what his name was. Three months later, she's starting her junior year in high school and there's this rumor about a new guy named Ben who supposedly killed his girlfriend. Camelia doesn't believe in rumors and when she sees Ben, it's the guy who saved her life. She tries to talk to him but he ignores her at first, but later Ben begins touching her weirdly but Camilia only gets more drawn to him. She later finds out he's not ordinary. He can know the future or past of a person by touching a person and he senses that Camelia's in great danger. Really intense but good with a twisted love triangle.

I've read twilight and loved it but i thought these books were almost as good or even better.

I'm also reading a book right now called Kissed by an Angel by Elizabeth Chandler and it's pretty thick. Well, it's kind of three books in one. It's suppose to be about this guy, Tristian, and this girl, Ivy, who are crazy about each other, but one day, he dies (somehow which i don't know because i havn't gotten there yet). And also, before, Ivy believed in angels - like an angel for love, etc - but after Tristian's death, she stops beliving in them and thinks she lossed everything, until one day, she realizes Tristian IS her angel. I'm not that far but like someone killed Tristian and whoever killed him is now after Ivy and Tristian is like a ghost protecting her but when he's finish helping her, he can't be with her anymore and yeah. It's suppose to be good.

Other books I've heard were good and planning to read is Need by Carrie Jones, Evernight by Claudia Gray, Lament by Maggie Stiefvater, Beastley by Alex Flinn, Old Magic by Marianne Curley, Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin, the Blue is for Nightmares series by Laurie Stolarz, and Evermore by Alyson Noel

I recommend Need by Carrie Jones if you really liked Twilight. I heard it was really similar but with werewolves instead of vampires and

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