Grab a good book from this list of the latest chapter books I’ve read. (All but one are recently published.)
Books for 8-year olds
Books for 9-year olds
Books for 10-year olds
Books for 11-year olds
Books for 12-year olds
Happy reading! 🙂
The Classroom Trick Out My School! by Robing Mellow, illustrated Stephen Gilpin (ages 7-10)
Your kids will race through this relatable story filled with typical school personality dynamics plus the craziness of “reality” TV. A great lesson overall.
The Ninja Librarians The Accidental Keyhand by Jen Swann Downey (ages 7-10)
The Whodunit Detective Agency The Diamond Mystery by Martin Widmark, illustrated by Helena Willis (beginning chapter book (ages 6 – 8)
The Chicken Squad The First Misadventure by Doreen Cronin illustrated by Kevin Cornell – beginning chapter book (ages 6 – 8)
Benji Franklin Kid Zillionaire by Raymond Bean (ages 6- 9)
All Four Stars by Tara Dairman (ages 8 – 12)
The Vanishing Coin (Magic Shop Series) by Kate Egan and Mike Lane, illustrated by Eric Wight (ages 7 – 9) beginning chapter book
Sam Silver Undercover Pirate by Jan Burchett & Sara Vogler – beginning chapter book (ages 6 – 8)
Monster Juice by M.D. Payne (ages 7-10) –beginning chapter book (ages 6 – 8)
Diary of a Girl Next Door: Betty by Tania del Rio & Bill Galvan (ages 8 – 12)
School for S.P.I.E.S. Playing with Fire book 1 by Bruce Hale, illustrated by Brandon Dorman (ages 8 – 12)
When Max gets kicked out of another foster home, he’s sent to an Orphanage which is actually a training school for spies. Great action and plotting will hook you right away. I enjoyed this book and am glad the 2nd book is already out.
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