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The Chicken Squad Series
Author: Doreen Cronin
Illustrators: Kevin Cornell, Stephen Gilpin
Number of Books in Series: 6
Age Group: 7 - 10 years

Reading Level: AR Levels 3.2-4.2
GLE estimated 2.4-4.2
F&P/GRL estimated L-N
DRA estimated 24-40
Lexile® measure 530L-600L
Companion/Related Series: J. J. Tully Mysteries

Chicken Squad Book List:

The stories are sequential in terms of character development but the main plots are relatively independent in each book. It's probably best to read these in order, but not critical.

Book 1: The Chicken Squad
Ages 7-10. April 8, 2014.
AR: 3.3 (0.5 Point, Quiz #167095)
Lexile measure: 560L

Book 2: The Case of the Weird Blue Chicken
Ages 7-10. September 30, 2014.
AR: 3.2 (1.0 Point, Quiz #170565)
Lexile measure: 530L

Book 3: Into the Wild
Ages 7-10. May 3, 2016.
AR: 4.0 (1.0 Point, Quiz #182711)
Lexile measure: 580L

Book 4: Dark Shadows
Ages 7-10. March 14, 2017.
AR: 4.0 (1.0 Point, Quiz #188954)
Lexile measure: 580L

Book 5: Gimme Shelter
Ages 7-10. December 12, 2017.
AR: 4.2 (1.0 Point, Quiz #192984)
Lexile measure: 600L

Book 6: Bear Country
Ages 7-10. August 14, 2018.

Book Sets: Sets of Up to 6 Books

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Author Website for Doreen Cronin


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