5 Books Every Parents Should Read to Their Kids

By SchoolMyKids Counsellor | 3-4 mins read | February 29, 2020
5 Books Every Parents Should Read to Their Kids

Reading opens new doorways and these amazing books will transport you and your child to a different world altogether. Know Why reading books is so important for your child? and Benefits of Reading to Babies (Infants and Toddlers).

‘Imagination is a purview of life’s coming attractions’ said Albert Einstein. Let your imagination with these amazing books while you indulge in reading time with your kids.

Top 5 Books Every Parents Should Read to Their Kids

1. Matilda, Roald Dahl

Matilda is the vivacious protagonist of this book who uses imagination to shoo away her troubles. It’s a timeless book that applauds the power one possesses as a kid. You will totally love reading about Matilda and her journey.

You can purchase Hardcover, Paperback version of this book using Amazon or buy Kindle Edition of the book

2. The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupery

A simple yet a very powerful book that will make you fall in love with it right from the very first page. This book has been a best-seller since forever and always appears in the top recommendations not only in the category of kids’ books but also in the criteria of ‘Must read books before you die.’ You will realize this once you are a few pages down.

The fable of a boy prince and his tiny planet will transport you to another world altogether. Even adults who read this lovely fable relate to themselves because as it is a story for all age-groups.

You can purchase Hardcover, Paperback version of this book using Amazon or buy Kindle Edition of The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery

3. Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss

Dr. Seuss is the father of the reading world of children. He has been enchanting young minds since forever and his books are strongly recommended for children. He is ranked among the UK’s top ten favourite children’s authors and his works are global best-sellers. The rhyme scheme and the way the words are weaved together help kids to develop their basic language skills.

You can purchase Hardcover, Paperback version of this book using Amazon or buy Kindle Edition of Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

One of the excerpts from the book:
GREEN EGGS AND HAM
I AM SAM. I AM SAM. SAM I AM.
THAT SAM-I-AM! THAT SAM-I-AM! I DO NOT LIKE THAT SAM-I-AM!

DO WOULD YOU LIKE GREEN EGGS AND HAM?
I DO NOT LIKE THEM,SAM-I-AM.
I DO NOT LIKE GREEN EGGS AND HAM.

4. Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson

This picture book is totally un-put-down-able with some hilarious twists and turns. It takes you on a joyride with young Harold who comes across some wonderful adventures. With an oversized purple crayon his only companion, Harold draws for himself a landscape that is full of beauty and what follows is a roller-coaster ride of adventure and excitement.

You can purchase Hardcover, Paperback version of this book using Amazon or buy Kindle Edition of Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson

5. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden is a charismatic tale about a girl living in India. Her name is Mary Lennox. Although she is a totally spoilt she is also not in the best of health. After losing her parents to an epidemic of cholera, she moves to England and the reader is then left to explore her world and the way her life changes and the secret garden that she discovers and what happens to her after that....

You can purchase Hardcover, Paperback version of this book using Amazon or enjoy this book free on Kindle unlimited

We hope you will enjoy reading these books to your kids. Happy Reading!

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Last Updated: February 29, 2020
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