Amazing back-to-school books for kids
Follow the Berenstain family on yet another enlightening journey of discovery—this time, to school! Sister Bear is very worried about starting her first day of school, but with a little encouragement, it becomes her new favorite place. Ages 3–7.
The first book in a Jedi Academy series, Star Wars: Jedi Academy follows young Roan on his dream to attend the Pilot Academy like the rest of his family members. He soon finds out he's instead been tapped for Jedi Academy, where he'll be trained under Master Yoda. Ages 8–12.
When Alice gets to seventh grade, everything stinks. She’s happy that she’s well liked though—maybe that’s the answer to surviving? She soon finds out that getting everyone to like her isn’t going to be as easy as she thought, plus things at home are getting complicated, too. Can she handle the pressure and survive the school year unscathed? Ages 9–12.
Ralph has embarked on plenty of rotten adventures over the years, and in this particular story, he follows his best friend Sarah (a human) to school. After all, he can't have her making any other friends...he's the best friend she's ever had, so why would she need any others? Good gracious, Ralph. Ages 4–8.
Beloved character Pete the Cat is back in a beginning readers' book all about getting dressed—and looking cool—for school. Pete tries to get advice about what to wear from different people including his mother and the bus driver, but in the end Pete decides that being himself in his favorite clothes is all matters. Ages 4–8.