Ok, I've been hunting down titles for books that my son can read...and not having any luck. My son is in the 6th grade and isn't much of a reader. He doesn't "hate" reading per se, but a book has to be very engaging in order for him to want to read it. Let's just say that "the classics" aren't going to cut it. LOL! He liked the first book in the "39 Clues" series, "The Cay" and especially the Brixton Brothers book "The case of the mistaken identity." He read that one in less than 48 hours...a record! All his friends in ps are reading "The Hunger Games." I looked online to see what the book was about and I was shocked. It contains graphic violence and mature situations. I don't want him reading stuff like that. I went to some web sites that had 6th grade reading "suggestions" and basically, many of the books were way too mature for my son. He isn't as "old" emotionally as many of his ps friends...and he is a sensitive soul. He was be an emotional basket case if he read "The Hunger Games." I know that "The Lightning Thief" series is popular, but I'm concerned about excessive amounts of wizardry. I don't mean to be too over protective, but I am a Christian and I believe we need to be careful about what we let in our hearts. Some of the most popular books for boys have lots of wizards, demons, gods/goddesses and the like in them...things that I want to avoid if possible. Is there ANYTHING out there for my son to read? :?::?::?: He enjoys suspense, mystery, action/adventure, and humor.