I rarely read a book twice...unless it is a choose your own adventure. Then I have to read all possible endings and end up going through it four of five times! Parents often are amazed when they find these childhood favorites at the library. They can't wait to share their love for these books that you don't just read, but that youcan control! I explain to kids that it is kind of like a video game. You reach a point in the book and you get to choose what to do next, "To go through the haunted hallway turn to page 50, to return to the safety of your room turn to page 32."
There are literally hundreds of adventures  awaiting you at your local library!
History buff? Look for Interactive History Adventures!
Choose your own Star Wars Adventure!
Or how about an American Girl adventure?
It's fun to choose your own adventure! Try one.