I’ve taken all my book reviews to create this huge list of the best books book for 11-year olds at the right reading level for 6th graders.

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Hazel will face a choice to follow in the dark magic footsteps of her ancestor.

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Then, when bandits take over the school and hold the girls hostage, Miri finds her inner strength and clarity of purpose. When an old enemy of the kingdom sends out dangerous beasts to attack Will’s master, Will is instrumental in getting help and killing the creatures. Even though she gets her dream to work in the faire as a squire, she also just wants to be like the other girls at her school, too.

by Sharon Draper REALISTIC Hands-down one of the best life-changing books you’ll ever read. Action, fantasy, adventure, friendship, excellent writing — this book has it all! by Victoria Jamieson REALISTIC / COMING OF AGE / GRAPHIC NOVEL Growing up, Imogene (aka. Her journey is painful and honest as she figures out who she wants to be.

by Laura Martin ADVENTURE Action from the first page!

This is an awesome story about a dangerous world where cloned dinosaurs have taken over.

Miri and the other girls in her mountain village are ordered to attend a newly created school to learn enough to be considered wife material for the prince. Flanagan FANTASY (series) Will is apprenticed to become a Ranger, a job he’s unsure about.

But the prince, when he does appear, sees cold and unfriendly making Miri reconsider what she wants. But as he develops a relationship with his master and learns what being a Ranger is all about (spying for the kingdom), and comes to embrace his new life.

Gatz skillfully connects all three stories with a satisfying, realistic conclusion. Neff FANTASY Don’t miss this excellent first story in a new series.

Hazel is the third granddaughter, a princess who resembles no one else in the family except the most dangerous magician ruler the kingdom ever knew.

He had walked out the airlock (to the moon’s surface) with his space suit on wrong– he died in seconds.

Everyone thought he had gone crazy, but Dashiel Givson suspected differently. The first book is almost mirrored in the second –the base commander this time disappears.

With just enough breaking the rules, they can figure out where she is and who did it.