Book recommendations for 5 year old who loves to read!

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asked Nov 22, 2021 in Financial Aid by Andy Mcoy (140 points)

Hi, my son is an avid reader and has been for some time (to my delight - I was the same at that age).

We’ve moved from story books to Tintin comics (Asterix was a little over his head) and I was thinking to make the transition to proper chapter books for our bedtimes. I already have a number of Roald Dahl books to try out and my sister’s boy loves the Wimpy Kid series so am going to give them a go too but wondered what other books/authors to try, they need to capture his imagination if there are less pictures.

Look forward to some suggestions

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answered Nov 22, 2021 by Gracy (133,260 points)
Some good chapter books for a 5 year old to read are.

    Mercy Watson series by Kate Dicamillo.
    Wayside School by Louis Sachar.
    Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder.
    A Cricket in Times Square by George Selden.
    All-of-a-Kind Family by Sydney Taylor.
    Encyclopedia Brown series by Donald J.
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answered Dec 2, 2021 by swipka777 (6,100 points)

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answered Feb 10, 2022 by inessa8 (6,020 points)
Reading to your kids is a pleasure and also helps them to develop their horizon. I suggest to purchase used books, to save money, and you can easily use where it is possible to rent textbooks. It is a pretty decent solution if you want to look for books online and also they are having affordable prices. I recommend it for parents and students as well.
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answered May 8, 2022 by Ramada (1,820 points)
edited May 9, 2022 by Ramada

Super. Thank you all for such good advice. I want to find a good book to keep my kid busy while I'm busy looking for dnp capstone project writers and can't devote enough time to him. I think a good book should grab my son's attention so I can have time to fix my academic problems in college.

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