My daughter was an early reader. She started at two and started reading chapter books at five. Click here to see how we got her started reading young. She’s six now. The problem I have is that books at her reading level can be too mature for her age. So here is a list of books she’s read that are not too much for her as far as sensitivity material or being too scary, which is a big one for her. They are also very readable. Feel free to add your suggestions in the comments!
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There’s a ton of books in this series, that features girls from many different time periods.
This is Kayla’s current favorite book series. There are about 150 books in this series, and Kayla reads a book in about a day.
I read this series as a little girl, so I was very excited to let my daughter read the same books! This is actually a Christian series.
Such a sweet, classic story that teaches your daughter values like humility, kindness, and perseverance.
Kayla couldn’t get into Prince Caspian, but she loved the first book in this series!
Can you believe that there are chapter book Fancy Nancy books? I loved the little kid ones, and Kayla liked the older Nancy Clancy ones as well.
This Bible is so amazing, Kayla read it through once after I read it to her. This is not your average kid’s Bible. The language pulls you into the romance of the gospel, and the illustrations are fantastic.
I’m reading the 7th book in this series together with Kayla. The kids at my after school program were crazy about this series, and it’s been pretty cute and funny so far.