14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series

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Affiliate Links We’re half-way through summer vacation here in the States, and kids are experiencing reading slumps. Today, I want to recommend some beginning chapter books for early readers who need some good books. Since you want to keep the reading momentum, all of my suggestions are books in a series. Get hooked on one, and you’ll be set for awhile.

Easy Chapter Books in a Series

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series

Beginning Chapter Books Series for Ages 6 –  8

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Bad Kitty for President
by Nick Bruel
Bad Kitty is bad and hilarious. Told in narrative and comic form.

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Geronimo Stilton
books by Geronimo Stilton
Geronimo Stilton, mouse and author, is the editor and publisher of The Rodent’s Gazette, New Mouse City’s most widely read daily newspaper. Written in comic and narrative form.

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
The World According to Humphrey
by Betty Birney
Class pet, Humphrey, is a hamster who travels to a students’ home on the weekends and has lots of adventures.

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Calvin Coconut
by Graham Salisbury
A series of books about fourth-grader, Calvin, who lives in Hawaii.

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Spaceheadz 
by Jon Scieszka
Aliens, disguised as middle school students, have invaded Earth with a mission of convincing 3,400,001 kids to BE SPHDZ, starting with fifth grader, Michael K.
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Big Nate and Friends
by Lincoln Peirce
“Nate is eleven years old, four-and-a-half feet tall, and the all-time record holder for detentions in school history. He’s a self-described genius and sixth grade Renaissance Man.” (Goodreads) Funny, filled with comics.

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series

The Six Crowns: Trundle’s Quest by Allan Frewin Jones
A fantasy adventure of talking animals. I liked this first book a lot but have to admit that the next books weren’t as good.

14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Frankie Pickle and the Closet of Doom
by Eric Wight
Frankie loves imagining, which is when he becomes a superhero and the story is told in comic form. I love these books!
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Alvin Ho: Allergic to Girls, School, and Other Scary Things by Lenore Look
Second grader, Alvin Ho, is afraid of everything, especially school. A school he’s quiet but at home, he’s Firecracker Man, superhero.
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Zita the Spacegirl by Ben Hatke
One of our favorite graphic novels, Zita the Spacegirl, is a true friend who not only saves her best friend but the galaxy!
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Drama Queen (Kylie Jean) by M. Peschke
Kylie Jean Carter wants to be beauty queen but also a rodeo queen, blueberry queen, hoop queen, singing queen . . . Kylie Jean is adorable!
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Perfectly Princess by Alyssa Crowne
These colorful princess stories are printed on colorful pages. Fun stories of different girls in relatable adventures.
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Daisy Dawson by Steve Voake
Daisy is an endearing, curious heroine with adventures (and troubles) sure to delight young readers. We loved all the books in this series!
14 Easy Chapter Books in a Series
Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy, Super Sleuth by Jane O’Connor
Fancy Nancy is now Nancy Clancy and ready for chapter books. She and Bree want to solve crimes, and have their first case in their very own classroom. Love this new, grown-up Nancy.

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15 Responses

  1. Is it important to read these books in order? Or are some of the series ok not to? For example, we read Junnie B Jones, I don’t really think they need to be in order to enjoy, but other books we have read don’t always make sense if you read them out of order. Since I’m not familiar with a lot if these series, any insight would be great. I’ve seen the bad kitty books, but didn’t know if I needed to hunt down book one first. Thanks for the great list!

    1. you can read all of these in any order except The Six Crowns and Zita the Space Girl.

  2. Some very early chapter books: Bink & Gollie, Fly Guy, Annie & Snowball, Mercy Watson, Cowgirl Kate & Cocoa, Zelda & Ivy, & Mouse & Mole (Yee)

    1. The Teacher Treasury says:

      Thanks for the additional suggestions! Flat Stanley is another hit with students.

  3. Ready, Freddy! series by Abby Klein. Sort of the male counterpart of Junie B Jones.

  4. We recently read the Fancy Nancy book and was shocked at its length. Seemed a bit long for the early chapter book readers. A good book, just long..

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