In today's age of Facebook, Twitter and modern technology, one would think that children and teens would only be interested in everything new and 21st century. If only the adults in these young people's lives would take time out of their own use of such vehicles, they would learn that today's youth don't always want to read about today's time. Part of the fun of reading is to step out of one's environment and get lost in some other place and time, thus the phrase, "Old" is In, becomes true to life. There are so many parents out there practically screaming, "How do I get my child to read and love it?" The answer is quite simple. Allow your children to read about things that interest them. Be it mystery, adventure, horror or supernatural romance. My 14 yr old sister loves any story that involves orphans and if that is what gets her reading, so be it! Thus bringing me back to today's topic. For many children and teens "old" or in this case,Classics are In. "Anne of Green Gables", "TheBoxcar Children" and any story by Beverly Cleary will do. Think back to what you read when you were a kid and what your parents read when they were children. You'd be surprised how much your kids will fall in love with those stories. I'm suggesting three books. One for the younger readers would be "The Tale of Peter Rabbit" by Beatrix Potter published in (1902). For middle school aged kids try, "The Racketty-Packetty House" by Frances Hodgson Burnett published (1906). For teens give "Fifteen" by Beverly Cleary a go! It was published in (1956).