Top 10 Books For Kids that Must Be Present On Their Bookshelves

December 04, 2015

‘Books are the man’s best friends’. This is not just a proverb, but it is a reality in the world we live in today. It is better to make a habit of reading books early in the life. The current situation in Canada is that kids are facing problems related to education because they don’t enjoy too much reading books. So, parents need to look into the matter and do the right thing.

When they find their kids at an appropriate age for reading and writing, they should get a few books for their kids, so that they can make a habit of reading.

This is one habit that will go along for the rest of their lives, and this is one of the best habits that would help them make a unique and spectacular personality. Reading books will improve their vocabulary and language skills. There are many benefits of reading books, but an important question that parents need to find answers to is, what type of books should they get for their toddlers?

Here in this article, we will discuss ten fascinating books that kids can read in order to improve their reading skills and gather new information.

Board books can be a good option for kids, so parents can bring those books first. Parents can also take some time out of their busy schedules and read their kids a picture book. This will be a fruitful experience for kids, as they will be completely involved in the beautiful pictures and the spell-binding story of the book. In our Daycare parents can ask Diana home child care centre Newmarket to read additional books to their children, so that the routine doesn’t get disrupted.

The Great Dog Wash by Shellie Braeuner

A beautiful story book that invites kids to come and enjoy the funniest ever dog wash in the town. This dog wash is available for the dogs of all colors, sizes and shapes. This is a book that has a playful rhyme and it will help build the literary skills of your child, plus the illustrations will keep your child attentive during book reading.

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This book is full of imagination and excitement. Children will be completely involved into the story, which is about a guy named Max and his journey into a new world where the wild things are.

Good Night Moon by Margaret Wise Brown

This is a classic bedtime picture book that will be cherished by your child. When your child is about to go to sleep, read this book to him/her and see its magic. The book is written in a fantastic way and kids will easily memorize the lines.

Yummy Yucky by Leslie Patricelli

If the child is a picky eater, then parents should read this book to the child. This book will help children make a difference between ‘yummy’ and ‘yucky’.

Freight Train Big Book by Donald Crews

This is a perfect book for your child. The concept of this book along with beautiful illustrations will keep the reader excited throughout the reading process. Children will learn about the trains (not to forget that children love trains), and they will also get knowledge about the six basic colors.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? By Bill Martin, Jr.

Parents can read this amazing book to their kids, as they will love seeing the animals spotted by Brown Bear. This book might not have many words to learn, but the attractive story is definitely something that will keep kids interested.

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Suess

This is an adventurous book in which a character named Sam I Am attempts to make his friend eat green eggs and ham. The lines of the book are quite fascinating and children will love reciting it. Moreover, it has a lot of words that would add to the vocabulary.

Have You Seen My Potty? By Mij Kelly

This is a hilarious book, as it is a story of a girl named Suzy Sue, who keeps asking the animals that she come across if they have seen her potty. Not just the children, but parents will also break into laughter after reading this book.

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

This book is an amalgamation of humor and sentiments. One moment, children will laugh and the very next moment, the story will bring tears in their eyes. These emotions can only be understood, if parents recite the book properly.

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

The story of this book is a bit profound, so kids might not be able to understand it in the first place. But, parents can explain the true meaning of the story that is being told in the book to their children.





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