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I have a third grade boy who only likes to read comic books. How do I get him to read regular books?
First of all, your third grader is reading *something* and that is a good thing. Encourage his reading, even if it isn't quite a literary classic. The important question is "What kind of comic book is he reading?"
If he's reading Garfield or Calvin and Hobbs then introduce him to funny animal stories like Bunnicula or Dragonbreath. Into Pokemon or Ninjago? Try The Secret Zoo series or Night of the Ninjas from the popular Magic Treehouse series.(Side note: for those of you with emergent readers, the Pokemon franchise does make leveled reading books that are not graphic novels.)Read more here...