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Staff Picks For Kids
Staff Picks For Kids Blog
READ. THIS IS THE WAY.
Celebrate the ninth year of this event by reading about Jedi Knights, Sith Masters, and more.
For ideas on what to read, check out our booklist.
For more activities, go to: https://www.starwars.com/news/star-wars-reads
Also, test your knowledge at our Star Wars Family Trivia night on Friday, October 23. Presented by Baig of Tricks, this event is a Live YouTube Stream starting at 7 p.m.
Beginning chapter books, or transitional chapter books, are often the next step in reading once children have moved beyond early/beginning readers. With short chapters and illustrations, beginning chapter books are designed to help newly independent readers build their stamina and learn how to pick reading material that appeals to them. For those same reasons, beginning chapter books also make great read-alouds for families with children of various ages, as well as excellent choices for younger children who are reading at a higher level but still need books with appropriate subject matter.
If you need beginning chapter books, you can always check out our display of new books by the Youth Services desk, or contact us (email@example.com) and let us know what you need and we can pull some options for you to choose from.
Stop by Youth Services to see all the great new chapter books we have on display, ready to checkout!
If orange isn’t your favorite color, no problem—we have covers of all colors, for all readers.
If you love easy to read chunks of nonfiction about people, places, and events, you need to stop by our Who HQ section in Youth Services! For your convenience, we’ve shelved all the Who Was/Is, What Was/Is, and Where Was/Is books in one section. You can learn about Jeff Kinney, the author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, the Great Chicago Fire (was it really started by a cow?), and the Mississippi River, all in the same section!