This guide to books for kids is a must-have for parents, but the one you need to look out for is the definitive book for your kids that contains all the essential information you need about what books to buy and what to read.
If you are looking for a fun and easy way to learn about reading, you might want to look no further than this guide, which includes everything from the best kids books to books to pick up and read for a whole new generation.1.
Children’s Book of the Year by Anne Lamott, the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for literatureIn the first book of Lamott’s collection, The Children’s Books of the World, we learn about how the world has been populated for thousands of years, how people have been adapting to a new environment and how to help children learn and grow.
Lamott writes about how children learn from their elders, how parents can help them grow and develop and what books are best for a child’s development.
It’s an essential guide for kids.2.
The Little Book of Reading by Ellen Kloeppel, winner of Best New Book by an Author at the 2016 World Children’s Literature Awards3.
The Book of My Life by Rachel Sommers, winner in the 2014 World Book Award for Children’s Stories4.
Children in Need of a Book by Elizabeth M. Brown, winner at the 2012 World Book Awards5.
The New Kids Book by Mary Kay Kwan, winner 2013 Children’s Fiction Book of Year6.
The Secret World of the Book of Birds by Joanna Robinson, winner 2015 Children’s Poetry Book of The Year7.
The Best Children’s Classics by Mary K. Miller, winner 2016 Children’s Best Book8.
The Complete Little Book by Susanne Stolz, winner 2018 Children’s LitBooks for Young Readers9.
The Amazing Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Tom Sawyer10.
The Adventures of Aladdin by Jasmine S. B. King, winner 2014 Children’s Fantasy Book of 201511.
The World of Alice by Nancy Drew12.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button by Benjamin Button13.
The Secrets of Al Capone by Al Caponzo14.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by Anne McCaffrey15.
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Jane Austen16.
The Lost Children by David Gemmell17.
The Children of the Sky by David Edgerton18.
The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Emily Dickinson19.
The History of Love by John Steinbeck20.
The Golden Girls by Jane Eyre21.
The Lion and the Witch by Lewis Carroll22.
The Princess Bride by Frank Lloyd Wright23.
The Green Card by Nancy Jo Sales, winner 2017 Children’s Classic Book of America24.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by J. M. Barrie25.
The Color Purple by Shirley Jackson26.
The Story of the Five-Eyed Owl by John Updike27.
A Tale of Two Cities by Henry James28.
The Masks of Montezuma by Alberto E. Rodriguez29.
The Red Badge of Courage by Thomas Mann30.
The Three Little Pigs by Jules Verne31.
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya by Liza Minnelli32.
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Shirley MacLaine33.
The Giver by Nancy Edelstein34.
A Visit to the Cemetery by C. S. Lewis35.
The Time Machine by H. G. Wells36.
The Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien37.
The Odyssey by JK Rowling38.
The Hobbit by JRS Tolkien39.
The Martian Chronicles by Ernest Hemingway40.
The Wizard of Ozz by Hedda Gabler41.
A Song of Ice and Fire by George R.R. Martin42.
Lord of Illusions by Robert Louis Stevenson43.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins44.
The Jungle Book by Suzanne Walker45.
The King and I by George Orwell46.
The Magic Mountain by John Green47.
The Boy Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest by Jhumpa Lahiri48.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald49.
The Day the Earth Stood Still by Ayn Rand50.
The Catcher in the Rye by JG Ballard51.
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood52.
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre by James Joyce53.
The Life and Times of Albert Einstein54.
The Fountainhead by William Goldman55.
The Snow Queen by Mary Wollstonecraft56.
The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank57.
The Invisible Man by Robert Ludlum58.
The Big Lebowski by Joel Coen59.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Hideo Kojima60.
The Prince by David Lynch61.
The House of Mouse by Stephen King62.
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