Five Great Chapter Children’s Books
Chapter Books are specific types of children’s books, generally written for readers 7-12 years old. These are often the first books children will be exposed to that are told with words, rather than pictures, and many of these beloved stories will stay with that child throughout their entire lives. These children’s books get their name from the fact that they are divided into short chapters, so the child and their parent can read the entire story together for QBD Childrens Books, or in smaller parts at a time.
Here are five classic Chapter Books that have delighted children for years.
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
This children’s book tells the tale of an orphaned girl who finds friendship and magic in a secret garden behind her distant relative’s England estate.
Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren
When Pippi Longstocking moves in next door, siblings Tommy and Annika find a new, inseparable friendship and endless adventure in this classic of children’s books.
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
This timeless entry into the canon of American children’s books tells the story of the March sisters as they grow up during the American Civil War, with their lives full of both triumph and tragedy.
The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks
In this story, young Omri is given a magical wooden medicine cabinet by his brother. The cabinet brings a toy Indian to life, bringing this Indian from his world into our own in one of Bank’s best-known children’s books.
Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stephenson
Jim Hawkins finds an old pirate map, and that map leads him to an island where fortune, danger, and adventure await. Stephenson’s story is one of the most classic children’s books of all time.
more info at QBD site - https://www.qbd.com.au/-bugopedia/james-buckley/9780606368926/