Guest Post: 3 Chapter Books for Young Readers - Kelsey Clark
Today's guest post is written by Kelsey Clark and is aimed at those young readers , who are now at the stage of reading Chapter books.
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3 Chapter Books for Young Readers
Ever since I was very young, I always
loved to read. The more books the better, I always thought. Sometimes I would
look forward to a series because I could follow my favorite characters through
many stories. As I grew older, my love for book series continued. In fact, I
still have some of my childhood favorites on my shelf today. Before Harry
Potter and the thick tomes that took up my teenage years, I started with these
three chapter books for young readers.
Teacher is an Alien by Bruce Coville – I was always into science fiction and
aliens, so this series is on the top of my list. By famed children and teen
author Bruce Coville, the My Teacher is and Alien series teaches more than just
how to fight aliens. In fact, the aliens are not bad at all, in some ways.
Teaching what it means to make friends, accept differences and learn to
cooperate, this book series is a must read for kids who love the thought of
aliens on Earth.
Plant That Ate Dirty Socks by Nancy McArthur – This is a fun book
series all about two brothers who have to share a room. One is fussy and neat,
the other messy and disorganized. But together they must unravel the mystery of
the giant plants and the missing socks.
by James Howe – What kids doesn’t love talking animals? Add to that a touch of
suspense, a tidbit of vampire rabbits, and just a hint of crazy cat and you
have a recipe for a book series that will have the kids laughing out loud and
unable to put it down.
Like I said, I still have these books on
my shelf today. They bring back great memories and are still a fun read. I
highly recommend them for young readers who want to expand their tastes and
find a truly great series to get stuck in.