Spanish Chapter Books for Kids

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My child is constantly challenging himself when it comes to reading. He’s above his reading level in English, and his newest reading obsession are chapter books. First it was Henry and Mudge, and now it’s the Magic Tree House series.
As a mother raising a bilingual and biliterate child I need to continue to peak his interest in venturing into reading Spanish chapter books.  He loves pictures books!

I’m going to start with the Spanish version of Henry and Mudge. I know he’s more into books about animals, so I’ll start with those, and work our way down the list. I’m looking forward to him graduating from the Spanish picture books to Spanish chapter books.
Hopefully, you can find some of these books in your local library. The pictures below are affiliate links. It means that if you purchase using the links below and if you make a purchase I will receive a small monetary commission. Thank you!
La telaraña de Carlota 
La guerra de la limonada 
Julie B.Jones Series 
El ratoncito de la moto Series 
Ramona la chinche
La casa del arbol Series 
El Soñador
The Tia Lola Stories Series 
Henry y Mudge Series 
Yo, Naomi León Series 
Las hadas de la moda Series 
Castillo de la lectura Series 
Ambar Dorado Series 
Los chicos del vagón de carga Series 
El Principito 
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4 Responses to “Spanish Chapter Books for Kids”

  1. We have Magic TreeHouse books in our library. Love, love, love them. DD is only 4, so we're doing them as read alouds, but they're very interesting. I even look forward to seeing what's happening in the next chapter. 🙂 Thanks for this list!

  2. Hola Joana! You're welcome. Never thought of them as read alouds 😉 How cool. We didn't know about Magic TreeHouse until my child brought a book from school, and now he's hooked. 🙂 I'm excited to get them in Spanish.

  3. What a fabulous source of Spanish chapter books for kids Frances! I’m sharing on our MCBD Pinterest board and adding it to our Resource List. Thanks so much for your support of Multicultural Children’s Book Day!

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