Packed Full of Big Adventure
- What: Easy chapter books for young readers
- When: 6 years to 10 years
- Why: Large font, easy words, frequent illustrations
- Where: Amazon
Looking to make the transition from graphic novels to chapter books for kids? Check out these selections, filled with large fonts, easy text, and frequent illustrations, all guaranteed to capture the attention of your young reader.
Fairy Animal Books: Set in the fantastical background of Misty Woods, each of these books focuses on one magical creature living there. Each animal sports a pair of wings and has a different job crucial to the woods. With fifteen different animals to choose from, you’re sure to find one or more your child will love.
Ivy and Bean: These two seven year old girls pair up for some fabulous adventures. All twelve books feature this duo of fun loving Bean and thoughtful Ivy as they get into and out of various scrapes and situations.
Junie B Jones: Junie B. Jones sets off for kindergarten with her spunky attitude and lots of wit. Kids can enjoy all 28 books in this series, as they follow Junie from kindergarten and into first grade. Her sense of self and spirit shines throughout the big events of childhood.
Dory Fantasmagory: These five chapter books feature Dory, a six year old girl and the youngest of three siblings. Dory tries to find her place in the family and the world as she goes on adventures and escapades both at home and out and about.
Ramona: Kids have been delighted with the eight Ramona books by Beverly Clealy for years, and today’s kids prove no exception. From sibling squabbles to friendship feuds, Ramona takes readers on her journey from preschool through fourth grade with humor and wit.
Fairy Ponies Books: Holly discovers a magical world filled with tiny fairy ponies while visiting an elderly relative. In each book, she enters their world and helps solve a different problem. Readers will enjoy the fantastical characters and detailed setting in this six book series.
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