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10 Fantastic Books for 9 Year Old Girls (Must-Reads!)

Keep reading for 10 simple chapter books that your 9 year old girl will love!

Can I let you in on a little secret? My oldest daughter didn’t learn to read until she was almost 9 years old! Thankfully we are homeschoolers so she could learn at her own pace and not feel rushed.

Can I tell you another secret? IT DROVE ME CRAZY!! She understood letters, she loved books, but she just couldn’t make that last connection. But when she finally did, she was reading like gangbusters. She wizzed through all the easy readers and was reading chapter books in no time.

Because my kids were late readers (my younger daughter just turned 8 when she learned to read) I tend to underestimate reading levels which I think is a good thing! It’s better for a book to be slightly under their reading level and enjoy the book than the book be too hard for them to read and they give up.

Maybe your daughters are like mine or maybe they are more advanced for their age. Either way, I have 10 books for 9 year old girls that should apply to all girls. Some are beginner chapter books, while some are chapter books. Let’s get started!

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Books for 9 Year Old Girls

Beginner Chapter Books

Judy Moody Was in a Mood by Megan McDonald

“To start, Judy Moody doesn’t have high hopes for third grade. Her new desk won’t have an armadillo sticker with her name on it. Her new classroom will not have a porcupine named Roger. And with her luck, she’ll get stuck sitting in the first row, where Mr. Todd will notice every time she tries to pass a note to her best friend, Rocky. An aspiring doctor, Judy does have a little brother who comes in handy for practicing medicine, a cool new pet, and a huge Band-Aid collection.

Mercy Watson to the Rescue by Kate DiCamillo

“To Mr. and Mrs. Watson, Mercy is not just a pig — she’s a porcine wonder. And to the portly and good-natured Mercy, the Watsons are an excellent source of buttered toast, not to mention that buttery-toasty feeling she gets when she snuggles into bed with them. This is not, however, so good for the Watsons’ bed. BOOM! CRACK! As the bed and its occupants slowly sink through the floor, Mercy escapes in a flash. Welcome to the wry and endearing world of Mercy Watson.”

I adore Mercy Watson. These books feature wonderful illustrations and an adorable storyline. I love this porcine wonder!

The Absent Author (A to Z Mysteries) by Ron Roy

“Help Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose solve mysteries from A to Z! A is for Author . . . A famous writer is coming to Green Lawn! Dink rushes to the bookstore to meet his favorite author, Wallis Wallace, and get all his books signed. But the author never shows up! Where is Wallis Wallace? It’s up to Dink and his friends Josh and Ruth Rose to track him down.

Amelia Bedelia Means Business by Herman Parish

“Amelia Bedelia’s parents say they’ll split the cost of a new bike with her, and that means Amelia Bedelia needs to put the pedal to the metal and earn some dough! With Amelia Bedelia anything can happen, and it usually does. Short, fast-paced chapters, tons of friends, silly situations, and funny wordplay and misunderstandings make the Amelia Bedelia chapter books an ideal choice for young readers. Look out! Here comes Amelia Bedelia, and she means business!”

Betsy-Tacy by Maud Hart Lovelace

“There are lots of children on Hill Street, but no little girls Betsy’s age. So when a new family moves into the house across the street, Betsy hopes they will have a little girl she can play with. Sure enough, they do, a little girl named Tacy. And from the moment they meet at Betsy’s fifth birthday party, Betsy and Tacy become such good friends that everyone starts to think of them as one person, Betsy-Tacy.”

We read this book aloud for our state unit study, and it is just darling. This story of wholesome friendship will be a joy for any girl to read!

Chapter Books

Keeper of the Doves by Betsy Byars

“Amen McBee, the youngest of five sisters, gobbles up words the way other children gobble up sweets. She couldn’t be more different from her elder twin sisters Arabella and Annabella, called the Bellas. The mischievous Bellas constantly frighten Amen with stories of Mr. Tominski, the old recluse who lives in the woods nearby and mysteriously tends to a flock of doves. The Bellas insist that Mr. Tominski is a dangerous bogeyman who eats children whole, but Papa vows that the ‘keeper of the doves’ wouldn’t hurt a soul. When tragedy strikes the family Amen must decide once and for all who is right.”

Beezus and Ramona by Beverly Cleary

“Newbery Award-winner Beverly Cleary delivers a humorous portayal of the ups and downs of sisterhood. Having a little sister like four-year-old Ramona isn’t always easy for Beezus Quimby. With a wild imagination, disregard for order, and an appetite for chaos, Ramona makes it hard for Beezus to be the responsible older sister she knows she ought to be. Will Beezus find the patience to handle her little sister?

All kids should read the Ramona series. They are THAT good! My kids have reread them 4-5 times.

Tumtum & Nutmeg by Emily Bearn

“Tumtum and Nutmeg lead cozy and quiet lives, secretly looking after Arthur and Lucy, the disheveled human children of the cottage, never dreaming that so many exciting adventures will soon find them. But when evil Aunt Ivy, a squeamish schoolteacher named Miss Short, and pirating pond rats threaten the safety of those they hold dear, the courageous pair will stop at nothing to save the day.”

Clementine by Sara Pennypacker

The first in a series of six books. “When Clementine’s best friend and neighbor, Margaret, comes to her with a problem, Clementine goes to many lengths to help her friend. This sets off a rollicking adventure-filled week that finds Clementine getting into and out of further trouble, while learning valuable life lessons.”

Happy Little Family by Rebecca Caudill

“Winter or summer, something is always happening in the Fairchild house, tucked amidst the pine trees of the Kentucky hills one hundred years ago or more. And, four years old or not, Bonnie usually manages to be in the middle of the action! Whether it be sliding along the ice, searching for arrowheads, or going on that journey of all journeys across the swinging bridge to school.”

Another heart-warming tale of a family who lived long ago. It’s a wonderful book if you child likes the Little House series or if they aren’t quite ready for it yet.

Whether your child was an early reader or a late reader, we all need to choose books for our kids. I always recommend books that I would or have read myself but, more importantly, books that I would have my own kids read. I hope you found a new book on this list!

Happy reading!

Best Parenting Books: Top Picks for 2023

Whether you are in the trenches of potty training, are trying to teach your kids empathy, or need the magic formula to co-parent with your ex, one thing is certain: You. Want. Answers.

With the overwhelming amount of information on the internet and the slew of parenting books that make their home on Amazon, it’s nearly impossible to sift through the online bookshelves to find the help you need.

As an author myself, I get asked all the time, “Amy, what are your favorite parenting books?!” Well, my friend, it’s nearly impossible to give you all of my favorites, but here are a FEW I know you will love.

From general parenting advice to tackling specific struggles, this list of books will help you navigate many of the parenting issues you’re facing.

Here are our top picks for 2023:


By Dr. Michele Borba

After the popularity of her first book, UnSelfie, Michele is back to discuss why some kids are more successful than others.

Kids today are bigger and better achievers than ever before. But–not coincidentally– they aren’t any happier.

Those that do “thrive,” however, have a few essential character traits in common. And thankfully, these traits can be taught!

Thrivers, now available in paperback, dives into each of these attributes and helps parents and educators understand what kids really need to persevere.

2. Social Justice Parenting: How to Raise Compassionate, Anti-Racist, Justice-Minded Kids in an Unjust World

By Dr. Traci Baxley

Raising responsible kids is more than ensuring their self-sufficiency. As Baxley so brilliantly discusses, it’s about creating a better world for themselves and others.

The biggest changes in our society often begin one step at a time, at the hands of socially enlightened and educated children.

3. The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting Easily Frustrated, Chronically Inflexible Children

By Ross W. Greene, PhD

Do you feel like your child is out of control? Does your child often respond to problems by crying, screaming, swearing, hitting, etc? If you’ve tried everything and nothing seems to work, please get your hands on this book.

This compassionate, thoughtful, and practical book will give you the roadmap you need to diffuse these destructive behaviors in the moment and prevent them from happening in the future.

Dr. Greene will help you understand why traditional parenting methods of punishment and rewards don’t work with explosive children, and what to do instead.

4. Brain-Body Parenting: How to Stop Managing Behavior and Start Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids

By Mona Delahooke, PhD

Dr. Delahooke reminds us that behavior itself is not a problem, but rather a symptom. When we stop parenting so reactively, we have a chance to focus on what really matters and bring change and purpose to our children’s actions.

Managing our own expectations, by learning about how our children’s brains are constantly working and developing, furthers our ability to empathize, understand, and help our children effectively.

5. The Addiction Inoculation: Raising Healthy Kids In a Culture of Dependence

By Jessica Lahey

It’s critical not only to talk to kids about substance abuse, but to fortify them against it.

Through comprehensive research, Jessica illustrates that a few solid strategies can be the difference between a child’s crippling addiction or healthy self-control.  

The dangers are out there, but Jessica’s recommendations will help give you insight and a clear path forward. Don’t lose another night of sleep worrying about possible substance abuse!

6. Your Turn: How to Be an Adult

By Julie Lythcott-Haims

Kids aren’t automatically adults at age 18. It takes time and patience to earn that grown-up title.

In addition, what defines an “adult” is ever-changing.

Julie has worked with undergraduate students for years; that critical age when young adults may be old enough to make their own decisions, but aren’t always ready to do so.

Julie stresses that becoming an adult is a hard-earned, but rewarding, process. Thankfully, this guide helps big kids every step of the way.

8. Fourteen Talks by Age Fourteen

By Michelle Icard

Talking to tweens and teens can feel like walking on eggshells. They seem easily annoyed, bored, offended–and simply uninterested in what parents have to say.

Building a safe and trusting relationship with your growing kids–and preparing them appropriately for the modern world around them–requires conversations full of nuance and care.

Michelle guides you confidently through these tough, but necessary, topics.

9. Positive Discipline: The Classic Guide to Helping Children Develop Self-Discipline, Responsibility, Cooperation, and Problem-Solving Skills

By Jane Nelsen, Ed.D.

Jane Nelsen is the mother of  Positive Discipline – the books, training, and methodology based on the work of Alfred Adler, MD.

Jane’s background as a psychologist, educator, and mother of seven make her a trusted voice in parenting. In this book (and in all the books authored and co-authored by Jane) she shares practical strategies to help parents and teachers be both kind and firm, loving and consistent.

The key to Positive Discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect. Jane will teach you strategies to get compliance from your children while still saving their dignity.

10. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

By Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D.

After a quick search of the title, you may be thinking, “Wait a second! That’s not a parenting book!” Before you stop reading, my friend, let’s get something straight: parenting, like most things in life, is all about mindset.

If YOU want to be a successful parent and you want to raise successful kids, then this book has EVERYTHING to do with parenting.

In this brilliant book, Dr. Dweck shows how success in almost every human endeavor (parenting included) can be dramatically influenced by how we think about our talents and abilities.

People with a fixed mindset–those who believe that abilities are fixed–are less likely to flourish than those with a growth mindset–those who believe that abilities can be developed. This must-read book reveals how great parents and teachers can put this idea to use to foster outstanding accomplishments in their kids.

11. The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind

By Daniel J. Siegel, M.D. and Tina Payne Bryson, M.D.

By understanding what’s happening in your child’s brain, Dr. Siegel and Dr. Bryson give you strategies that work with your child’s brain instead of against it. By implementing these 12 strategies, you’ll help foster healthy brain development that leads to calmer, happier children.

Complete with age-appropriate strategies for dealing with day-to-day struggles and illustrations that will help you explain these concepts to your child, The Whole-Brain Child shows you how to cultivate healthy emotional and intellectual development so your children can lead balanced, meaningful, and connected lives.

12. The Conscious Parent: Transforming Ourselves, Empowering Our Children

By Dr. Shefali Tsabary

In this book, Dr. Tsabary helps parents get in tune with their own psychological and emotional awareness. By encouraging parents to look in the mirror, Tsabary helps parents understand why it’s important to be conscious of our own histories in order to pass along a positive wholeness to our children.

This book serves as a holistic approach to parenting, rather than a quick fix, but will help parents and children engage in a mutually loving relationship rather than a hierarchical one.

13. Oh Crap! I Have a Toddler: Tackling These Crazy Awesome Years – No Time Outs Needed

By Jamie Glowacki

Jamie’s newest book moves beyond Oh Crap! Potty Training: Everything Modern Parents Need to Know to Do It Once and Do It Right to the hearty subject of cute, yet confounding, toddlers.

Perhaps the secret to understanding toddler behavior–like infamous tantrums–is dissecting how these tykes are trying to learn about themselves and the world around them. They aren’t trying to be bad.

But, you can bet they are already trying to be independent.

14. How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk

By Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish

This gem is a must-read for any parent who frequently finds themselves in the throes of a power struggle. This book is easy-to-read and packed with practical steps you can take to resolve conflict and improve cooperation from your children.

Filled with exact scripts and real-life examples, you’ll learn how to talk with your kids in a way that diffuses their anger and allows you to reconnect with their sweet, loving side.

15. Siblings Without Rivalry: How to Help Your Children Live Together So You Can Live Too

By Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish

Adele and Elaine bring sound wisdom again in this second book! As parents themselves, they were determined to help their children get along. The result was Siblings Without Rivalry.
With the help of scripts and cartoons, they teach you how to manage the competition in a way that feels fair to all children.

This book offers practical strategies to improve cooperation among your children and reduce feelings of competition – all while helping your children connect to build lifelong friendships.

16. Parenting Apart: How Separated and Divorced Parents Can Raise Happy and Secure Kids

By Christina McGhee

Oh, sweet friend. If you are co-parenting or parenting apart from your ex, you NEED this book. This is the book every child of divorce wishes their parents would read!

Christina tackles all of the biggest issues of divorce and separation and helps you make a game plan for parenting your kids. You’ll learn:

  • How and when to tell the children about the divorce
  • How to guide children through family change
  • How to help children cope with having two homes
  • Deal with finances
  • Manage a difficult relationship with an ex
  • And more…so much more!

This book is relevant no matter what age your children are!


The Sleep Lady’s Good Night, Sleep Tight: Gentle Proven Solutions to Help your Child Sleep Well and Wake Up Happy

By Kim West, LCSW-C with Joanne Kenen

Are you losing sleep over your bedtime routine? Don’t worry, The Sleep Lady has got you covered from infants to bigger kids. This step-by-step guide helps you tackle even the toughest bedtime struggles so you and your children can get the sleep you need, without any of the frustration leading up to it.

Having helped thousands of parents tackle the bedtime routine, The Sleep Lady is a trusted resource in the world of sleep training.

18. The Argument Hangover: Empowering Couples to Fight Smarter & Overcome Communication Pitfalls

By Jocelyn & Aaron Freeman

If you’re parenting with a partner and have trouble getting on the same page, this book is for you! The Freemans are world-renowned relationship experts and will help you make the most out of your adult relationship, so you and your parenting partner can do the best you can for your kids!

In this relatable, no b. s. book for couples, the Freemans explain what an argument hangover is, what causes it, and how to clearly communicate your needs to feel understood–without having to change each other.

This modern guide includes step-by-step tools and exercises you can implement right away, so you can handle the challenges that so many couples face today. Topics include:

  • Why conflict doesn’t have to be something you avoid
  • How to keep arguments from escalating
  • How to resolve those nagging two or three disagreements that keep coming up

Embrace conflict and grow from it with the right communication skills―and say goodbye to argument hangovers once and for all.

19. No More Mean Girls: The Secret to Raising Strong, Confident, and Compassionate Girls

By Katie Hurley

In this self-promoting, digital age we live in, it’s incredibly difficult to raise daughters who are able to confidently separate themselves from society’s views of who they should be. When girls feel insecure and devalued, these feelings often manifest in ways that put other girls down instead of lifting them up.

Luckily, Katie provides actionable steps to help parents empower young girls to be kind, confident leaders who work together and build each other up.

Katie will help you and your daughter navigate this consumer world so she can discern what positive traits she can offer this world. By empowering your daughter to focus on her strengths, you’ll increase her self-confidence and ability to lead other girls well.

I hope this list helps you sort through the millions of parenting books on the shelves and that you’ll find them helpful! These authors and teachers are incredibly wise, and you can trust that they are offering sound advice. I’ve also written a couple of books that could be helpful to you, too!

The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic: A Step-by-Step Guide to Raising Capable, Grateful Kids in an Over-Entitled World

In today’s 24/7, often over-stimulated, over-indulged, can’t get enough culture – many parents struggle to find the means to not only say “no” – but to connect with their kids in a way that allows them to better learn to be RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, and READY to meet a world where frankly, it’s NOT all about them.

In this book, I outline the step-by-step strategies for empowering your kids without indulging them. Fueling their spirit – not just funding their wish lists. Building bonds that can last a lifetime. Fostering compassion for others, rather than focusing on themselves. And parenting in powerfully positive, proactive, life-changing ways.

If I Have to Tell You One More Time…: The Revolutionary Program that Gets Your Kids to Listen Without Nagging, Reminding, or Yelling

In this best-selling book, I point to one of the all-time great paradoxes of parenting: giving our children more power–not less–can put an end to power struggles in the home.

Drawing on Adlerian psychology, I explain that every human being has a basic need to feel powerful–with children being no exception to the rule. And when this need isn’t met in positive ways, kids will resort to negative methods, which often result in some of the most frustrating behavior they exhibit.

Inside these pages, you’ll find step-by-step tools and instructions to diffuse the power struggles in your home!

If, after reading through some of these books, you’re still looking for answers, I’d encourage you to join us for a FREE ONLINE CLASS and learn how to get your kids to listen without nagging, reminding, or yelling! We are always here to help you on your parenting journey!


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Tales for children 9 years old — a collection of the best works that immerse you in a fabulous and wonderful world of magic. It seems that a child at 9 years old is already an adult. But children are in no hurry to part with a fairy tale at this age. A nine-year-old child is already interested in listening to long stories, and he easily determines the line between good and evil. Favorite fairy tales of domestic and foreign authors play a significant role in the process of raising a child, and their dynamic plot will captivate from the first lines.

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