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    Adding a link to the thread Books for Advanced Reader (12 yo)? (2019)

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    Dip a toe into the books of Carole Marsh, many of which are mysteries in the historical fiction genre. This author has also curated interesting packets of "Primary Sources" for social studies and history.

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    Amazon author page - https://www.amazon.com/Carole-Marsh/e/B000APHM4M

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    With various reports of controversial adult material available to children through school library systems, especially online digital collections, this website may be of interest for parents who want to be proactive about helping to guide their child in choosing books: Booklooks.org

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