27 Best Books For Kids Of All Ages

best books for kids of all ages

11. Sam Tells Stories by Thierry Robberecht

Sam Tells Stories by Thierry Robberecht
Sam Tells Stories by Thierry Robberecht

Sam is an adorable character who tells stories to his classmates to impress them and make new friends. But he tells stories that aren’t true, which gets him into trouble. Eventually, he learns the difference between telling lie and telling a story.

The valuable lesson to learn from Sam’s story is – beauty lies in being honest and just being yourself. Geared towards kindergartners, parents must read this story to tell their little ones how important it is, to tell the truth.

12. You with the Stars in Your Eyes by Deepak Chopra

You with the Stars in Your Eyes by Deepak Chopra
You with the Stars in Your Eyes by Deepak Chopra

This sweet and poignant story by Deepak Chopra is about a five-year-old girl named Tara walking on the beach with her grandfather curious to know about love, life, and the world we live in. This interesting conversation is also joined by the moon, who explains to Tara that everyone we see is our own self in a different form. We are all part of the same universe. It’s a mind-blowing book for kids of all ages.

13. Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell
Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

Known as one of the best-selling novels, this bitter-sweet story captures the hearts of children. The colorful illustrations add to their interests and help them understand the point of view of Black Beauty the horse, who happens to live a comfortable life unless some mishaps.

The journey of the Black Beauty through dark times and the quest to reach a comfortable end covers friendship and hardship, love and cruelty, wealth, and poverty. In short, it’s an absolute gem of children’s classics.

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14. Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Known as the world’s best detective, Sherlock Holmes and his classic mysteries are part of happy childhood memories for many people. The triumphs and failures of Holmes while solving mundane to malicious problems is fun and highly entertaining for children.

Every parent must read Sherlock Holmes’ books for kids. Let your little ones develop observation skills, a sharp mind, and be smart enough to decode clues.

15. A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

Not just an ultimate story of Christmas but a masterpiece that engages readers of all ages. When reading about ghosts, turkey, and impoverished London well-illustrated with images, your child is sure to love every page. This is the best book that teaches children about greed, selfishness, and good morale. The depth of the story and heart-warming message is amazing.

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16. The Raindrop by Brian D. McClure

Best Books for kids
The Raindrop by Brian D. McClure

Another mind-boggling and adventurous story of a raindrop that helps children learn about the worth of each and every person in this world, even when the person cannot see his worth right now. Author Brian D. McClure beautifully illustrates the myriad emotions of raindrops, their feeling of uselessness, and the discovery of independence.

The journey of raindrop explains how very small and big thing in this world is interdependent. The inspiring story educates kids about acceptance, respect, and understanding. Popular for uplifting rhymes and universal life lessons, every parent should read this book to their child.

17. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Another marvelous and unforgettable story by Shel Silverstein teaches readers about the life of a tree, the gift of giving, and unconditional love. Every parent must read this empathetic and open-ended fable to their child to teach values, compassion, care, and love.

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