Choosing the right book can be a challenge, so I've made some recommendations for books that I have read and loved over the years:
Pre-Intermediate Level Book Recommendations
Intermediate Level Book Recommendations
Love a Book Series?
When you find a book you love, you never want it to end! (That's why I love reading book series (and watching TV series!)
Reading a book series can be an excellent way to keep your English reading skills on track! Obviously, you'll be able to continue reading a fantastic story for longer, but you'll also become familiar with the characters and the author's writing style. If you struggle to find good books to read, try one of these series below (and you won't have to worry about finding new books for a while!!)
Upper Intermediate & Advanced Level Book Recommendations
Have you read any of these books? Did you enjoy them too?
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For sure books “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” are perfect to pre-Intermediate Level.
Another great book series!
i read this book.too
Thanks for these recommendations.
I think Geronimo Stilton books series also good for reading
I want the books which you have mentioned.
You can buy any of them on Amazon 🙂
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It is my pleasure Abdullahi! If you have another book to recommend, please share!
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Hey Emma, love the book recommendations. I read a couple of the recommended books in my library and really enjoyed 'em.
I want to add some to the list:
1. Beverly Cleary's books (Pre Intermediate)
2. The Phantom Tollbooth (Intermediate)
3. Sherlock Holmes series by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Advanced)
4. The Hobbit and The Lord of the rings series by J.R.R Tolkien (Advanced)
Brilliant Ayesha – much appreciated!
Thank you for these great tips.
I’d like to add that I find the writing style and word usage in the Nancy Drew books (1930) to be the wrong choice for my 12 year old daughter at this time. I’m curious what others think…?
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I love reading,I love all the books.
Thank you so much.
What are some of your favourite books? 🙂
Hi, I'm Ellie. I have some books to recommend:
1. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
2. The Lord of the Flies by William Golding
3. The Call of the Wild by Jack London
4. Animal Farm by George Orwell
Some classics – Animal Farm is definitely an important one to read (many high schools in Australia study it as part of their curriculumn!)
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