Scholastic Acorn Books for Young Readers

Looking for a way to get young kids excited about reading? Then try one of the books from Scholastic’s Acorn, aimed at children ages four to seven who are beginning to read.


Note: I received product sample for review purpose. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

We received a few books to check out and think these are great books. They are easy to read, with fun stories kids will want to follow to the end. The books are also colorfully illustrated with color coded speech bubbles. Kids can take terms reading with parents, sibling or friends by choosing a color.



  • A Crabby Book: Hello, Crabby! by Jonathan Fenske, introducing an ornery crab and his perky pals.
  • Hello, Hedgehog! Do You Like My Bike? by Norm Feuti, in which the title character discovers why his friend is reticent to ride Hedgehog’s shiny new bicycle.
  • Unicorn and Yeti: Sparkly New Friends by Heather Ayris Burnell, illustrated by Hazel Quintanilla, centering on two very different creatures who find common ground and forge a friendship.
  • A Friend for Dragon by Dav Pilkey’s, Dragon is a humble hero with a heart of gold, and he always helps those who need him.

When kids get to the end of the book, the fun continues in the back with interactive drawing lessons based on the story’s characters, along with prompt to encourage kids to expand on the book’s story.

The books are easy to travel with since they're light and small size. You can easily fit a few into a bag and take with you when you travel.

To learn more visit www.scholastic.com/acorn


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27 comments:

  1. Mine would love Sparkly New Friends...or maybe just all of them. Patricia

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  2. Same here! A Friend for Deagon!
    digicats {at} sbcglobal {dot} net

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  3. My nephew would like he Hello, Hedgehog! Do You Like My Bike?
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  4. My grand daughter would love A Friend for Dragon. She loves dinosaurs and dragons. btjfarnham@yahoo.com

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  5. "Leave a comment telling me, which book your child would like?" All of them! But maybe "A Friend For Dragon" would be especially fun!

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  6. All these books look fun for young readers and their families. First we might read this one: Hello, Hedgehog! Do You Like My Bike?.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. My little sisters would love all of them!

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  8. My son would love the book A Friend for Dragon.

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  9. A Friend for Dragon because he plays a hero.

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  10. I like Hello Crabby but I'm trying to win this for my daughter in laws third grade class.

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  11. I think mt kids would be drawn to hello crabby. I think they would also like A friend for dragon, but they might think it's a dinosaur

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  12. Definitely unicorn and yeti!

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  13. Maggie ArmstrongJuly 7, 2019 at 11:58 AM

    My niece would LOVE the Sparkly New Friends book.

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  14. my daughter would like unicorn and yeti!

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  15. My son would like the do you like to bike book

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  16. I think my kids would like Unicorn and Yeti: Sparkly New Friends the best.

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  17. My son would like the Dragon book and my daughter would like the Unicorn and Yeti pack.

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  18. My little boys would love A Crabby Book: Hello, Crabby. They love anything related to sea creatures.

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  19. My son would love A Friend For Dragon

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  20. My grandson would like A Crabby Book: Hello, Crabby! by Jonathan Fenske. Thanks!

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  21. A Friend For Dragon would probably be the winner with my child. He adores dinosaurs and a dragon looks like a dinosaur.

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