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27 Best Books For Kids Of All Ages

20. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr., John Archambault

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Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr., John Archambault

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If your kid is still struggling to learn the alphabet, then you must read Chicka Chika Boom Boom. Known as the best alphabet learning book, it’s fun for kids to see how alphabets A to Z  try to climb up a coconut tree but they fall with a boom and then start all over again. This story narrates how lower case and upper case alphabets struggle to climb and get injured. Cute concept. Isn’t it?

21. Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg

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Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg

An award-winning, intense story of board game discovered by two children, peter, and Judy who later realizes how dangerous it is. The story is filled with excitement, drama, adventure, fantasy, thriller, and mystery.  It’s a surreal book for older kids.

22. The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf

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The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf

One of my favorite books for kids that teaches about “being yourself” through the simple story of a gentle bull. This is a must-know lesson for children in this modern world than ever. One of the common causes of stress among youngsters today is conformity and living a life that society demands. Peer pressure and fear of missing out prevent people to live their life as they want regardless of other’s opinions. The art of being yourself should be instilled in people right from an early age.

 

23. Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie

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Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie

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The story of a mischievous boy perfectly captures what it means to be a child. The book is all about Peter who can fly and never wants to grow up in life, his friends, and their thrilling adventure in Neverland. This is another classic with beautiful illustrations that every parent must read to their child.

 

24.  The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

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The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

A sad story with a beautiful lesson, The Happy Prince is a must-read for children who are unhappy with the lockdown and crisis associated with it. The friendship between a swallow and a statue of a happy prince, who led a sheltered existence and in death saw the sufferings of the city, teaches the readers about compassion, loyalty, the deeper meaning in happiness, and the distinction between pleasure and happiness, suffering and death.

 

25. Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

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Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This is another special book for kids that most parents buy. Filled with special artwork, the story of a naughty boy, who is sent to bed without supper by his exhausted mom shows the power of imagination. The plot is joyful plus the monster sounds and dancing sounds associated with Max’s adventures contribute to fun when reading. The book is all about the unconditional love of the mother. No matter how mischievous the child is he will always find a mother’s love and supper on the table.

 

26. The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams

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The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams

The story chronicles the desire of a stuffed rabbit sewn from velveteen to become real through the power of love. It is also one of the much loved classic books for kids that encourages young minds to question about life and the universe and explore possibilities beyond the literal truth.

 

27. A Light in the Attic by Shel Silverstein

A Light in the Attic by Shel Silverstein
A Light in the Attic by Shel Silverstein

It’s a book full of poems about clowns, monsters, pirates illustrated with humorous sketches. Reading A Light in the Attic has been a wonderful experience for people of all ages. Parents can easily delight their children (both young and old) with diverse stories of each character written in poetic prose.

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Louisa Davis
Hi there! I'm just a normal person enjoying the process of life. Practicing Buddhism, I believe in the law of cause and effect. Reading and writing is always a pleasure. I enjoy researching on a range of subjects – science, psychology, and technology. Nothing can satiate my soul than good music, horror movies, psycho-thriller, and crime stuff. I enjoy photography, music and watching comedy videos. Talking to people, learning new experiences, sharing my knowledge through blogs, motivating others are things that I always look forward to.
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