Build your own bundle for elementary-age readers! Young readers are all different, and at different reading levels, so we're offering a menu of options. Many of these are graphic novels, which are a hit with kids of all kinds.
You choose the books that best fit their interest and level. Click on each book cover to learn more. Scroll to the bottom to add the bundle to your cart. Bundles start with 3 books and go all the way up to 7, depending on how many you'd like.
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Skunk and Badger — “Wordy fun, with laugh-out-loud dialogue. Anyone who has shared a living space — with siblings, classmates or grown adults — can relate to this witty and whimsical tale… Scratchy yet sophisticated ink drawings by Caldecott Medal winner Jon Klassen add warmth to the already cozy text…they give this handsomely designed book the look and feel of a classic.” —The New York Times Book Review
The Willoughbys — This "sparklingly smart" (Kirkus) and "hilarious" (Booklist) story follows four children in an old-fashioned kind of family with parents that—well, they're not all that one would hope for. Soon to be an animated film on Netflix.
Pea, Bee & Jay — A new early reader grahpic novel series. "Puns and jokes abound, making this series opener as silly as it is sincere about friendship’s value. Pea, Bee, and Jay may make for unlikely companions, but just like the sandwich, they form an unbeatable team."
Lightfall: The Girl and the Galdurian — Graphic novel aimed at ages 8-12. For fans of Amulet and middle grade readers who love sweeping worlds like Star Wars, the first book of the Lightfall series introduces Bea and Cad, two unlikely friends who get swept up in an epic quest to save their world from falling into eternal darkness.
The Ballad of Tubs Marshfield — This story "brings the rich beauty of the ancient swamp to life … [and] shines a sharp light on humans’ damaging impact on nature, the story also shows the inspiring power of setting aside differences and working together to make change.” — Publishers Weekly
Donut Feed the Squirrels — An early-reader graphic novel about two squirrel best friends that meet their match: a donut food truck. "Their antics are divided into five short chapters that young readers can read with confidence, and the sweet ending unquestionably satisfies.” —Booklist, Starred Review