Top 7 Best Science Fiction Books for 7-year-olds

From interstellar stories to time-travelling adventures, young sci-fi fans are guaranteed to find a sensational new read in this list of the best science fiction books for 7-year-olds. And, if you've been enjoying reading along with your child's new sci-fi reads, you can always take a look at our adult science fiction to find a new favourite for yourself.

1. Time Lord Fairy Tales

  • £11.29

Justin Richards

This gorgeous, dark collection of ancient fairy tales from the world of Doctor Who will enchant young readers, particularly those who are already fans of the brilliant Doctor Who TV series. These captivating stories include mysterious myths and monsters from every corner of the universe.

2. Jedi Academy: Return of the Padawan

  • £7.89

Jeffrey Brown

Fans of Star Wars and comic books will love this fantastically funny graphic novel. After surviving his first year at Jedi Academy, Roan thought his second year would be a piece of cake. He was wrong. Now, he feels like he's drifting apart from his friends, and it only gets worse when Roan discovers that he's not the incredible pilot he thought he'd be! What will happen when he's taken under the wing of the school bullies?

3. The Little Prince

  • £6.39

Antoine de Saint-Exupery

This classic tale features a pilot whose plane crashes in the Sahara Desert, where a little boy appears, asking him to draw a sheep. This boy, who comes from Asteroid B-612, has been on all sorts of adventures on different planets, discovering the narrow-minded grown-up world through a variety of characters, including a king and a drunkard. Will these two stranded individuals be able to get back home? Don't miss this much-loved, thought-provoking story.

4. Project X Alien Adventures Series 1 Collection - 31 books

Project X Alien Adventures: Series 1 Collection - 31 Books - Collection - 9780192739841
  • £19.99
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With a whopping 31 books in this incredible collection, these intergalactic adventures are perfect for kids who are looking to tackle their very first chapter books. They're full of fun stories, activities and facts that will build young readers' confidence, progressing from Oxford Reading Level 7 to Level 11. The malevolent Badlaw and his army of robotic Krools are taking over Planet Exis, and it's up to Nok and micro-friends Max, Cat, Ant and Tiger to save the day! Join the adventure in these riveting reads.

5. Cosmic Calamity

  • £6.89

Guy Bass

This intergalactic adventure is packed with plenty of super sci-fi staples, including aliens, spaceships, and goo galore! Hex is the worst space invader on Planet X. He can't shoot a ray gun or fly a spaceship, and he couldn't spot an earthling if it bit him on the probe! But when Hex discovers that his long-lost father is living on Planet Earth, he decides to join his dad and give up space-invading for good - but can he make it to Earth in one piece?

6. The After-School Alien Club

  • £7.39

Jonny Zucker

The After-School Alien Club is undoubtedly the best club in the galaxy. Boring grown-ups aren't in charge - aliens are! Kids will love this hilarious tale, part of Oxford Reading Tree's Chucklers series of books, which makes reading fun - and funny! - for kids.

7. LEGO Star Wars: Chronicles of the Force

  • £5.99


Young Jedi can discover the full story of the LEGO Star Wars galaxy with this brilliant bumper book. It covers the saga in detail, featuring all the heroes and villains from across the universe. It explains all about the triumphs and tragedies they have lived through, from the heroic exploits of the Jedi and the Resistance, to the evil plots of the Sith and the Dark Side. The book also comes with an exclusive Minifigure to add to your intergalactic collection!