Best Childrens Book Series
The Top Ten
This book series is the best. Best part about harry potter is that every person can read the book. A child will be fascinated by the magical school, teenager will love the couples and a matured adult will notice the small life lessons, little details, depth of each character. This book is for all ages. Percy Jackson is great too, Rick Riordan did a great job in blending mythology with reality. But unlike Harry Potter, these books will be relatable for teenagers only. So this is nowhere close to Harry Potter
Harry Potter is one of the best things that has happened to my life. Finished the 7th book at the end of year 2 (I always was an enthusiastic reader) and never stopped re-reading it. Harry Potter is the only series I know of that has fantastic Movies and books. Recommended for any age!
I was never a regular reader as a kid but once the third Harry Potter book came out and the movies started hitting theatres I immediately bought the first book and, boy, did I ever read the heck out of that thing. I only stopped reading after the third book because 'Goblet of Fire' was bigger than my head. - BKAllmighty
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CHILDREN'S BOOK SERIES?! No. I don't even know why this is considered a book even appropriate for children. (I think it should be, but I am surprised others don't disagree). Also A Series of Unfortunate Events was extremely repetitive and had an unsatisfying ending. This and Harry Potter are the best children's books with Percy Jackson coming close behind.
Some people say that this book is 'not appropriate' for children. Stop being so condescending! I am 12, and I read the series when I was roughly 10. Depriving a child of a surprisingly mature age (like 10) is pretty much taking away a brilliant modern classic. Like saying 'you are to young to read this. Read the books I tell you to read.'
Anyway, I do like the books, but it is a bit disappointing... I loved the fact that Katniss was a physically strong female character, but emotionally? No... she spent most of her time debating whether she loved Gale or Peeta more... Peeta was whiny in the movies, not like the charming and able person in the books.
I've read the whole Harry Potter series, including the eighth one, and I do think it is better than The Hunger Games, but The Hunger Games is truly amazing with its suspense and intensity. I loved this series so much and I still do. I finished Harry Potter when I was eleven and I just finished the Hunger Games series. (I'm twelve.)
I LOVE IT SO MUCH
and the charters are super human which I really like becuse in most childrens book they are not
It should have been number 2 after Harry Potter. No hate for the Hunger games but Mockingjay wasn't that interesting and exciting like the first two. Percy Jackson and Harry Potter made me want to stuck my nose in books all day
These books are really awesome... They teach Greek mythology in a funny way... All in one - ACTION, ROMANCE, SCARY AND FUNNY. If you haven't read it then... WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? READ it
I liked the Rick Riordan style of writing. There are very few authors out there that can write convincing battle scenes. Rick's clever sense of humor really translated into his books. - matthewsukhram
My favourite series.PERFECTLY SUITS #1.Even better than harry potter.The next series heroes of olympus is also very good. PERCY JACKSON! Greek Gods are really there in olympus says the book. Love it.V 19 Comments
This classic fantasy series should be WAY higher on this list - Starsparks
I love this story, literally, it's awesome!
This book series will blow your mind. Being a child of three children this makes me wonder what my brothers and I do in this situation? Would we be okay? This is scary, suspenseful, mysterious, and honestly and utterly amazing. I love it so much. They need MORE books. - SoccerFan
This is more well written than all of the above book series. I don't understand how a book that uses figurative devices as LITERAL devices cannot be #1. I love grammar, and I loved this book.
Fabulous books, just the right amount of thrill and creepiness.
My top 3:
3. Series of Unfortunate Events
2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid
1. Harry Potter
These books are not good for children at all! As a child, I hate these books and would way rather read Harry Potter and begin reading Percy Jackson. These books encourage kids to become worse readers, and the books never give you any important details about what's going on. Honestly, it's harder to understand than Harry Potter! Greg is a terrible character, along with his mom, brothers, dad, and Rowley. They aren't the least bit funny and encourage kids to slack off. Perhaps this is making kids dumber?
These are always funny and their is always a twist I love them
I like this book series because it's hilarious.
The series is pretty overrated, what I think. - micahisthebestV 15 Comments
While I prefer Hunger Game and Harry Potter and such, I still love this series. By the time there got to be like a million sub-series, it got less good, but I liked the first 2 series! WHY DID NOBODY LIKE DAY OF DOOM OR WHATEVER THE FINAL BOOK IN SERIES 2 WAS CALLED? That was really good! Also Into the Gauntlet from the first series. I also like how there are a bunch of different authors and yet they manage to make every book the same style.
It gives you information about various events in history, but not in a boring way-it adds adventure, characters, suspense and much, much more.This is something you must read.
Great books, but be warned that it is generally hard to find all of them at one library.
Its honestly the bestV 3 Comments
Even though it's very old, it's still amazing, and it goes and and still will for many generationsV 1 Comment
The series is okay, but what really creeps me out is that you don't know the author (Geronimo Stilton is not real)
Amazing, great for all ages. As a 13 year old, I still crack up reading them. So many puns, but they are super cute.
I have a lot of these books and I like them a lot. They are very unique and can educational at times.
Yup - galacoV 12 Comments
I love this book! I would recommend it for 9+ but it should still be TOP! Been reading them since I was 10 and they are just really good. The characters are also very flexible and easy to create so you can play/write fanfics to your heart's content each time with a new character.
Love the series it's my favorite book series. I was up to Sunset by age 11! And I started at age 10. - Catacorn
Ahh... much blood spilled, but it's more than just blood! It is a beautifully written story with lots of plot twists! Bluestar is so cool! - superboy12
I absolutely LOVE these books!
Rich detail and about war over territory
It's not that scary, but they ARE pretty good.
I love this books. I just read planet of the lawn gnomes
So so so good my favorite kid scary books and 90s videos and I have to watch the movie next year I'm not American so next year 2016 but that is ok I just got goosebumps horrorland the game I have not played it yet but I'm going to play it a lot.
Use to like t but after watching the movie... IT'S a Scooby Doo Rip-off -~-
A charming series about Peter and Fudge, that has everyone Laughing Out Loud. Good for 7-12 year olds.
I thought the character's name was Judy Blume!
I love these books there great if u spend most of your time looking up Disney facts
How can the Ranger's Apprentice be 28!?!? It is like one of my all time favorite book series!
This series is the best! How dare you people put it in 28
One of the best book series I have read in a long time.
Little Woman is a series almost every woman has read. A lovely story about Jo, Beth, Meg and Amy, although very sad when Beth passes. Good Book series. Recommended for 10-16 year old girls
Have seen the movie. Very sad 90s movie. Says it was from 1994. Released by Columbia Pictures. Borrowed the VHS from a old friend at Clear Creek High School. Had the DVD version. - playstationfan66
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Top Remixes (7)
2. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
3. 39 Clues by Various Authors.
2. The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
3. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
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