8 Most Excellent Kids Book Ideas by Age

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Looking for some new book ideas for your readers in the house this spring? The Book Buyer at Easons Books has picked out 8 most excellent kids book ideas by age (and check out their offer too!):


Hugless Douglas Goes to Little School by David Melling

Hugless DouglasHugless Douglas Goes to Little School is a delightfully charming story with amazing illustrations from author David Melling.

Both heart-warming and funny, this is a wonderful family time book, especially for any little one’s about to head off to school or crèche.

Pip & Posy: The Little Puddle by Axel Scheffler

PipWritten by Axel Scheffler (of Gruffalo fame), Pip & Posy: The Little Puddle follows two pint-sized best friends as they help one another learn a valuable lesson in potty training.

A perfect book for toddlers, the beautiful illustrations in this board book are sure to hold your child’s attention.


The Ultimate Factivity Collection: Marvel, The Avengers

MarvelWith summer vacations around the corner (we’re optimists here), now is a great time to stock up on activities for your child.

The Ultimate Factivity Collection: Marvel, The Avengers is packed with puzzles, games, stickers & more! Keeping your child entertained with the Avengers for hours on end!

The Secret of the Silver Key by Jane O’Connor

sliver keyThe fourth book in the bestselling Fancy Nancy series, The Secret of the Silver Key follows the lovable heroine Nancy Clancy as she attempts to solve the mystery behind the key found in her new desk.

Continuing the tradition of the series with an emphasis on the power of positive thinking and determination, this book also has wonderful line drawings throughout, your child will be hooked.


Demon Dentist by David Walliams

dentistComedian David Walliams has carved his place children’s fiction with a number of bestselling releases over the last five year, including the highly entertaining, Demon Dentist.

Illustrated by Tony Ross and written with Walliams’ signature wit, this darkly humorous a Roald Dalh-esque adventure is a rip-roaring good time.

The Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck by Jeff Kiney

wimpyThe Diary of a Wimpy Kid series has dominated children’s fiction charts since the publication of Jeff Kiney’s first book in 2007.

Hard Luck is the eighth title in the bestselling satirical series and one of the most entertaining.


Paper Towns by John Green

paper townsFollowing the blockbuster success of The Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns will be the next young-adult novel from John Green to be seen on the silver-screen with the movie due out this summer.

In this bestselling title, Green’s prose seamlessly intertwines humour and intelligence to create a romantic mystery that enthrals teenage readers.

The Scorch Trials by James Dashner

scorchThe Scorch Trials is the second book in the James Dashner’s bestselling young-adult dystopian trilogy, The Maze Runner.

The sequel continues with the same action-packed, heart-stopping adventure of the first book – a non-stop thrill ride. The film version of The Scorch Trials will be released in cinemas this September.


The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and excitement is in the air…Yes, spring is finally upon us and to celebrate its glorious arrival, Eason has launched its very first Children’s Spring Fest. Throughout the season (now until the end of May), selected kids and young adult books will be available under the 3-for-2 sales promotion. From beautiful storybooks to blockbuster adventure series, the Children’s Spring Fest book sale has something for every child!

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