Alien Girls Chapter Books – The Jupiter Twins

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My 7-year-old is constantly looking for books to read but it can be hard to find books to keep up with her. There are so many books that are either too easy or too hard for her. She also prefers series books so she can keep reading adventures with various characters.

The most recent series she has discovered are The Jupiter Twins. They are easy chapter books geared towards ages 5 to 7 years old.

The Jupiter Twins books are perfect for young readers transitioning into longer story books. Each book contains between 800 to 1,200 words with 3-4 chapters. Each book is then beautifully illustrated in bright colors by award-winning artist Dave Clegg.

My daughter loves the characters Trudy and Tina as they are best friends who happen to be twins. The girls go on different adventures and overcome obstacles. There are new creatures they meet too! The girls are also unlike any other chapter books she has read since they are alien girls!

The stories are easy to kids to understand and follow which is what you want from kids books. I have found if my daughter gets frustrated with a book that is supposed to be her level, she doesn’t want to read anymore and I have to fight with her to get her back into reading.

I love that this is a series that my daughter can read and re-read, and yes she has already read them again. The book series contains four books so far and it is a continuing series. The small paperback size makes it easy to carry around and for little hands to hold. We actually keep these in the car for on-the-go reading.

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  1. My niece usually reads any type of book.

  2. Rena Walter says

    My granddaughters like books about fairies, and most anything I get them.

  3. Antoinette M says

    My daughter likes fiction books.

  4. My kids like fiction books

  5. Leah Shumack says

    My daughter loves the Shel Silverstein books!

  6. Darla Kidder says

    My son reads Batman books

  7. kathy pease says

    My granddaughter loves dr suess books

  8. He reads pretty much anything. We are frequent library visitors. I think he’s going to end up being very intelligent!

  9. Thanks for the sweepstakes. My granddaughters love to read.

  10. My children loved Robert Munich

  11. She loves to read lots and lots of picture books.

  12. Victoria Scott says

    My 5 year is just now learning to read, so these would be great to read to/with her!

  13. Tiffane Sloan says

    Dr. Seuss, No David, Joke books!

  14. They love funny books.

  15. vickie Couturier says

    my grandkids are young,so they like easy to read books,,,with nice bright pictures

  16. My granddaughter is reading chapter books and is getting ready to start the Little House on the Prairie series.

  17. Junie B Jones books are big around here!

  18. My child usually likes to read books about animals.

  19. The kids love all sorts of books but fantasy, aliens, and mysteries seem to be favorites.

  20. Abigail Gibson says

    My nephew really likes to read The Boxcar Children series.

  21. My great niece is just starting to learn to read. She loves books about princesses, fairies, and dancers 😉

  22. ut expect her to take after her older brother who loves chapter books.

  23. My misread any books

  24. Dorothy Boucher says

    My grandchildren are of different age bracket, They read anything from Dr Seuss, to Ivey and Bean, to The Witches to Junie B. Jones books and all in between, We get most of our books handed down, but we don’t mind.
    @tisonlyme143

  25. Lisa Williams says

    My kids read all the Dr. Seuss books and Eric Carle books.

  26. Angelica Dimeo says

    my son like chika chicka boom boom

  27. Jamie Martin says

    Arthur!

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