Back to School: the phrase that strikes fear in the hearts of kids everywhere, and a sense of relief in stay-at-home parents!
As summer reading turns into school reading, we’re highlighting some NOOK Books that will help kids and teens make the transition from summer wonderland back into the real world! From award-winning novels to helpful AP guides, there are back-to-school NOOK Books for every reader.
Plus, for a limited time, when you purchase a NOOK or NOOK Color, you'll get access to 12 free classic books and free study guides and apps. Learn more about this back-to-school offer here.
For Young Readers
For young kids who aren’t yet used to the yearly ritual, back-to-school time can be a bit overwhelming.
Amelia Bedelia's First Day of School and Marley Goes to School offer encouragement for the big day using characters your kids are familiar with. These NOOK Kids titles are available for just $4.99 each for a limited time.
Other courage-inducing NOOK Kids books include Kindergators by Rosemary Wells, First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg, and Kevin Henkes’ Chrysanthemum. For more NOOK Kids titles, featuring Read and Play and Read to Me technology, check out our back-to-school collection here.
It’s hard to get back into the swing of things and hit the books right away, but NOOK Books make learning fun.
For Teen Readers
Teens who are confronting the bullying issue may want to explore The Planet of Junior Brown by Virginia Hamilton, a Newbury Honor book. This uplifting book follows Junior, an overweight kid with an incredible musical talent, who faces challenges at school and at home. Luckily Junior has a dependable best friend who’s able to help him see the light at the end of the tunnel: a promising future as a musician.
With many districts cutting back on AP classes, prepping for AP tests at home has become a necessity for a lot of students. The 5 Steps to a 5 series are an affordable and informative way to make sure your favorite student is ready for all challenges come test day. The titles include prep guides for AP English Lit, World History, Biology and more.
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