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10 Best Children’s Books Ever Written

10 Best Children’s Books Ever Written

Introduction

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There are few things as important to a child’s education and skills such as learning, listening, and reading skills. Reading can help children learn the basics of the language, like how words work together to form sentences. They also pick up on storytelling conventions that they may not be exposed to in other media formats such as TV or movies. There is no better time for getting kids interested in reading than when they’re young, so make sure you have plenty of great books to read around! This blog post will cover ten children’s books that belong on every child’s shelf.

But before that, why are children’s books important?

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As parents, you might wonder what is the most important thing to a child? Well, it is their education and their development. This means that you need to make sure they are reading as much as possible – not just for school, but because it will help them understand how language works. Reading also exposes kids to storytelling conventions and can help them with empathy. A kid’s book is not just a story, it’s an introduction to the world and all of its complexities – but in a fun way that doesn’t overwhelm or confuse little minds. So, without further ado: here are ten children’s books that must be read by every child.

Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

This book revolves around a cute young bunny that whispers goodnight to everything in the room in a soothing, repeating tone. Instead of a plot, Goodnight Moon examines the world through the eyes of a small kid, relaxing children through the practice of describing everything in their environment. Since 1947, this book has been winning the hearts of young children.

Charlotte’s Web by E.B White

No list of this caliber would be complete without the mention of a certain classic starring one plucky pig and a book-loving spider. Charlotte may not have much in terms of personal development, but her friendship with Wilbur is so touching it will melt any heart that isn’t made out of stone.

The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss

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The Cat In The Hat is a classic for good reason, with its easily recognizable style and whimsical story. This children’s story follows a cat who visits Sally’s house, entertains her and her brother, and then cleans up just before Sally’s mother arrives. It’s one of those books for children you don’t need to be reading aloud from; just show your child the book, and they’ll be hooked.

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

This little French fable is a great read for children of all ages thanks to its simplicity and a touching message about friendship. It is about a pilot stuck in the desert who wakes up one morning to find the most remarkable little fellow standing before him. This further takes him to understanding life. It’s an easy read that will have any child smiling from ear to ear as soon as it’s finished.

The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

Peter Rabbit is one of the most iconic characters in children’s books, and this book about his adventures with Mr. McGregor has a few important life lessons mixed in. You might think it would be too old-fashioned for your child to like now, but I assure you they will grow into it and love it just as much as the next generation.

The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams

This story is a great read for any child who wants to learn about how unconditional love can change everything, or what makes us real. It’s all too easy for children to feel like they’re not loved enough by their parents at times, or like they’re not good enough to be loved, and this story helps them understand that it’s okay because love is something you earn over time. It also teaches children about the cycle of life, which can help them appreciate every stage of their own lives as well as those around them better. This one surely is one among the moral rich children’s books.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

The hungry caterpillar is a great read for any child who wants to learn about the importance of being healthy, especially as it becomes harder and harder in our society. It’s also fun because you turn every page to see what he eats next! This book can help children understand how important nutrition is for their growth and development, which will hopefully lead them to make healthier choices.

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This book has been around since 1963 and is still one of the best-selling children’s books. The Wild Things are the perfect example of what children’s fantasies can be. They just want to have fun, eat all day long and make mischief – until they get scared by Max who comes back from his imaginary world! This story will teach your child that everyone feels alone sometimes, but there is always someone you can talk to and who will help you feel better.

Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson 

This book was published in 1955 and has been a favorite of children ever since. Harold is an imaginative little boy who uses his purple crayon to make the world around him come alive! He learns that he can use his imagination for anything – from drawing up really tall buildings to going on adventures with tigers, lions, and bears.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

This story is one of Roald Dahl’s most beloved stories. It tells the tale of poor boy Charlie Bucket who discovers that he and four other children have won a tour through Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory! This book is full of adventures, humor, and surprises for young readers. It was also featured as one of J.K Rowling’s top 10 books as a child. The book has received numerous awards and has also been made into a film.

Final thoughts

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Children’s books are an important part of childhood. Children who are read to and exposed to books at an early age grow up with a lifelong love of reading. Books can bring us joy and happiness as well as teach us important life lessons about ourselves–so it is our responsibility to share it. They help children learn to read, write, and explore the world around them through a variety of characters on their journey. So invest in some quality children’s books today!

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