Tweeting the 1st lines of kids' books so you don't have to.
KidderLit is a fun way to discover new books and authors. The folks at KidderLit and its sister site TwitrLit are constantly combing through stacks of books to bring you new literary teasers. Every day we post the first line of a young adult or children's book here at KidderLit.com. The trick is that we don't tell you what the book is or who the author is. To find out, you have to click the link to be taken to the book's page on Amazon.

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    "It was hard for Matt to pretend he didn't know two wolves had followed them from the campsite."
Posted on 05-27-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 9-12
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    "History is full of wars."
Posted on 05-26-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 9-12
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    "It was my little brother Will's birthday, which meant the official start of summer."
Posted on 05-25-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 9-12
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    "The power of observation is the best tool that a detective and a forensic scientist have."
Posted on 05-24-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 9-12
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    "Spying, also called espionage, means observing closely and secretly."
Posted on 05-23-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 9-12
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    "My name is Apollo."
Posted on 05-22-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 9-12
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    "Gordon Blue seemed like an ordinary chicken."
Posted on 05-21-16 | Permalink | Posted under Ages: 4-8
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