Check out the Sunny series by Jennifer L. Holm if your tween readers loves graphic novels, kids who love comic books or books about middle school.
Below you’ll find all the Sunny series books in order so you can grab every one!
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Sunny Series Books in Order:
Sunny Series Graphic Novels With Publisher Descriptions:
Sunny Series Book 1
Sunny Lewin has been packed off to Florida to live with her grandfather for the summer. At first she thought Florida might be fun — it is the home of Disney World, after all.
But the place where Gramps lives is no amusement park. It’s full of . . . old people. Really old people. Luckily, Sunny isn’t the only kid around.
She meets Buzz, a boy who is completely obsessed with comic books, and soon they’re having adventures of their own: facing off against golfball-eating alligators, runaway cats, and mysteriously disappearing neighbors.
But the question remains — why is Sunny down in Florida in the first place? The answer lies in a family secret that won’t be secret to Sunny much longer.
Sunny Series Book 2
Summer’s over and it’s time for Sunny Lewin to enter the strange and unfriendly hallways of . . . middle school.
When her Gramps calls her from Florida to ask how she’s doing, she always tells him she’s fine. But the truth? Sunny is NOT having the best time.
Not only is the whole middle school thing confusing . . . but life at home is confusing, too. Sunny misses her brother Dale, who’s been sent to boarding school.
But when Dale comes back, she STILL misses him . . . because he’s changed. Luckily Sunny’s got her best friend and a mysterious new neighbor on her side . . . because she is NOT going let all this confusion get her down.
Instead, she’s going to remain Sunny-side up!
Sunny Series Book 3
Too cool for school . . . or the least groovy girl in the grade?Sunny’s just made it to middle school . . . and it’s making her life very confusing.
All her best friend Deb wants to talk about is fashion, boys, makeup, boys, and being cool. Sunny’s not against any of these things, but she also doesn’t understand why suddenly everything revolves around them.
She’s much more comfortable when she’s in her basement, playing Dungeons & Dragons with a bunch of new friends.
Because when you’re swordfighting and spider-slaying, it’s hard to worry about whether you look cool or not. Especially when it’s your turn to roll the 20-sided die.
Trying hard to be cool can make you feel really uncool . . . and it’s much more fun to just have fun. Sunny’s going to find her groove and her own kind of groovy, with plenty of laughs along the way.
Sunny Series Book 4
It’s summer, and Sunny is BORED. Most of her friends are out of town. Her mom wants her to baby-sit way more than Sunny wants to baby-sit. There’s nothing good on TV.
The only place that’s cool (in a not-boring sense) and cool (in a not-hot sense) is the community pool.
Sunny loves going there . . . and loves it even more when she’s offered a job at the snack shack.
Soon she’s flinging fries and serving soft ice-cream like a pro . . . with the assistance of the very sweet boy who works with her.
Sunny’s mom isn’t sure Sunny should be quite so independent. But Sunny is definitely sure: Life is best when it’s free swim.
Sunny Series Recommended Reading Level:
- Sunny Series Recommended Ages: 8-11
- Sunny Series Recommended Grades: 3-7