Books about books are always a favorite and they seem to come in all different flavors and reading levels for that matter! This summer, we happened upon a new one that somehow was the perfect complement to our family stay in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and the adult book I just finished reading in said mountains about a woman who sheds her to-be executive self and starts a year round CSA farm (The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love by Kristin Kimball).
In "That Book Woman" by Heather Henson a young boy with all sorts of twang in his voice tells his story about becoming a reader. He is perplexed at first by anyone's interest in books, so his transformation may mirror that of other reluctant readers out there.
The book was inspired by the real "Pack Horse Librarians," AKA the "Book Women," who roamed the Appalachian Mountains in the 1930s as part of FDR's effort to bring books to remote areas. If the subject interests you, you may want to check out "Down Cut Shin Creek: The Pack Horse Librarians of Kentucky" by Kathi Appelt and Jeanne Cannella Schmitzer.
For other children's books about books, "Alfred Zector, Book Collector" by Kelly DiPucchio or "The Librarian of Basra: A Story from Iraq" by Jeanette Winter.
Be sure to be friends with LP Reads on Goodreads.com so you can check the bookshelf "Books about Books" for more titles.