I have my own Goodreads now, so we keep track of everything I read. When I was 7, I read 253 books. Here are my favorites.
Books I Read Independently
Geronimo Stilton: The Sewer Rat Stink with Tom Angleberger, Story by Elisabetta Dami
It has exciting events, and I like the characters. My favorite character is Geronimo’s friend Hercule because he is funny.
Glitch by Sarah Graley
I like that it has gaming in it. It is very cool. My favorite thing that happened in Glitch was the surprise at the end.
Cat & Cat Adventures: The Quest for Snacks by Susie Yi
It is really funny. I like that the characters are cats and that they go to different worlds.
Cat Kid: Comic Club series by Dav Pilkey
I like that it is a sequel to Dog Man but with Cat Kid. I really like the variety of the comics.
Catstronauts series by Drew Brockington
I like that it has cats. It is really scientific, so you can learn some stuff from it.
Cat Kong by Dav Pilkey
A good sequel to Dogzilla but with a cat. I like that it has collages.
Panda Problem by Deborah Underwood
One of my favorite picture books ever. I like that it has a panda and is really funny–it also has aliens, food, and penguins!
Rowley series by Jeff Kinney
I like the pictures, and I like that it has characters from other series also. Rowley is my favorite character because he is funny.
Mr. Wolf’s Class series by Aron Nels Steinke
My librarian recommended this series to me. It is a really good series because it is adventurous. My favorite part is in book number 2 when they start a secret club.
Monster Friends by Kaeti Vandorn
When I finished this book, I even lent it to a friend who I knew would like it. I liked the characters. My favorite character is Reggie because he is lazy, cute, and playful (sometimes). It is also really long book, so I was proud of finishing it.
Super Diaper Baby series by Dav Pilkey
It is a really fun book because there is a super hero that is a baby in a diaper who has a cape and fights crime. And it is by Dav Pilkey!
Animorphs series by K.A. Applegate
I like when the characters change into real animals but it was epic for them to get to that point. It is very adventurous! And the alien apocalypse is cool.
HiLo series by Judd Winick
My mom recommended this series to me! I like this series because it is adventurous and exciting. My favorite character is HiLo because he has super powers and awesome. My favorite book so far is #6, and I’m excited to read #8.
The Many Lives of Pusheen the Cat by Claire Belton
I love Pusheen! I like knowing all the Pusheen kinds.
Dog Man: Mothering Heights by Dav Pilkey
I like it because Petey became a good guy instead of bad. I liked seeing Petey change over time.
Books I Read With Mom and/or Dad
Captain Underpants series by Dav Pilkey
We listened to the audiobooks of the first 10. I liked it because it was exciting and fun and funny. My favorite character is… well, I like the 3 main characters but my favorites are Crackers and Zulu because they are good pets. I like listening to the audiobooks because I can imagine what it looks like.
National Geographic Kids: Red Pandas by Laura Marsh
I love red pandas, and I loved learning about them. And I liked the pictures because they were so cute.
I Survived series by Lauren Tarshis
We only read some, but I liked the ones we read. I liked learning about the events that happened. I am looking forward to reading more.
Fussy Flamingo by Shelly Vaughan James
I liked it because it was silly and fun.
Téo’s Tutu by Maryann Jacob Macias
It was a good book because I liked that it was diverse, and I liked that it representing that boys can do what they want and girls can do what they want. What society says doesn’t matter.
Knuffle Bunny series by Mo Willems
It is a good series because they are silly, and I liked watching Trixie grow up. I also liked finding pigeon in the books, and I even have my own Knuffle Bunny.
Looking for a Jumbie by Tracey Baptiste
This book was adventurous and a little bit scary.
The Snurtch by Sean Ferrell
This book shows you that everyone has a snurtch, and it is annoying but we have to learn to deal with it and be kind to others.
Past “Trent’s Favorite Books” Posts
Kellee and Trent’s Favorite Picture Books: First Three Months
Trent and Kellee’s Favorite Picture Books: Three to Six Months
Trent and Kellee’s Favorite Picture Books: Six to Nine Months
Trent and Kellee’s Favorite Books: Nine to Twelve Months
A First Year Full of Books: Trent’s Journey Through Books
**Check this one out if you haven’t–it is one of my favorite posts ever!**
Trent’s Favorite Books: One to Two Years Old
Ten of Trent’s Favorite Books as of His Third Birthday
Ten(ish) of Trent’s Favorite Books as of His Fourth Birthday
Trent’s Favorite Reads as of His Fifth Birthday
Trent’s Favorite Reads as of His 6th Birthday
Trent’s Favorite Reads as a 6 Year Old
2 thoughts on “Trent’s Favorite Books He Read When He was 7”
Hi Trent! That’s a lot of books you’ve read. Amazing! I’m glad you enjoyed Looking for a Jumbie. I hope it wasn’t too scary. Thanks for introducing me to Teo’s Tutu. I bet I’ll enjoy reading it.