Books for your children

It is a famous adage that the room without books is a body without a soul. Children act as they are trained, so train your children to read, for it is the best way to learn to live a civilized life. We will discuss some of the best books for children. Stay tuned with us.

Margaret Brown’s Good night Moon

The school library journal listed this book in the top 100 picture books of all time in 2012, and the national education association titled it one of the top 100 books for children. It is a loveable children’s book with pictures also explaining the story. It will give pleasure after you head towards your bed to sleep while wishing goodnight to the Good night moon. This book was written by Margaret Brown in 1947.

Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar

This book is written very beautifully. Its pictographs enhance its beauty. In this story of the evolution of a caterpillar has been told by Eric Carle. Reports from amazon have shown that a copy of this book is sold every thirty seconds somewhere in the world. This book tells the story of the butterfly, its early days, its struggle to survive, and its food search; in short, its whole lifecycles are explained in the book. The Royal Etymological society also endorses this book. The author of this book is Eric Carles, and this book was published on 1969. Children partially write this book of the age range of o-4 years.

Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are

The thesis book was published in 1963 and was written by Maurice Sendak. It is considered the most distinguished book for both kids and adults in America. John max, dressed in a wolf outfit, goes to the bedroom and sails to an island unknown to him, where he comes across wild things. Children who are in the range of 6 years can read that quickly.

Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat

This book, the cat in the hat, is written by a writer under his pen name Dr.Seuss. This is considered best selling book for children. The book’s story revolves around the anthropomorphic at who shows up at a sad house. This book can be bought by children ranging from 3 to 8 years. This book was published in 1957.

E. B. White’s Charlotte’s Web 

This book is for children ranging from 8-11 years and was published in 1952. This book is considered one of the best-selling paperbacks of all time. This is the story of slaughtering and praise-worthy words for escaping from getting slaughtered. It shows us how praise and excellent comments are important in our daily life. It also helps to teach diplomacy.

Crockett Johnson’s Harold and the Purple Crayon

Can you imagine how wonderful it would be if we draw the world we like to live in? If you were to get the idea of different people and how they would have reacted, if possible, then you should let your children read this book. This book was published in 1955 for children of age between 3 to 7 years.