Bob Seney on Books

Retired professor Bob Seney recommends books likely to hold the interest of gifted and twice-excetional children.

September, 2016: Reading and the Gifted Reader – The Role of Young Adult Literature

July, 2016: The Horse Boy — a Memoir of Healing

March, 2016: Three Treasures

January, 2016: The Marvels

November, 2015: El Deafo

September, 2015: Fish in a Tree

July, 2015: Brown Girl Dreaming

March, 2015: Rain, Reign

January, 2015: The Day the Crayons Quit

November, 2014: The Absolute Value of Mike

September, 2014: Picture Books as Lilterature?

May, 2014: Mr. Wuffles! and Say What?– A Double Book Review

March, 2014: A Story More than Worth Telling

November, 2013: Paperboy

July, 2013: On a Beam of Light

March, 2013: N.E.R.D.S. – National Espionage, Rescue, and Defense Society

January, 2013: The Night the Moon Ate My Room!

November, 2012: Patricia Polacco Does it Again: Bully

July, 2012: Wonder

May, 2012: Inside Out & Back Again

January, 2012: Flavia de Luce and Other Mystery Series

November, 2011: Mirror, by Suzy Lee

September, 2011: Revisiting Some Authors Worth Remembering

July, 2011: Mockingbird

March, 2011: Out of My Mind

November, 2010: There Are No Words

September, 2010: Gordon Korman's Schooled

May, 2010: When You Reach Me

March, 2010: Marcelo in the Real World, by Francisco W. Stork

January, 2010: The Unfinished Angel, by Sharon Creech

November, 2009: Hard Gold, by Avi

September, 2009: Another Hit by the Author of Artemis Fowl

May, 2009: How Many Days Until Tomorrow?

March 2009: The Hunger Games

September, 2008: The Mysterious Benedict Society

July, 2008: The London Eye Mystery

May, 2008: The Titan's Curse

November, 2007: A Look at Asperger's for Younger and Older Readers

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