Books You Can Read With Your Children

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Thinking of a good bedtime storybook to read with your child? Tired of using the same old books to teach your child to read? How about looking up these popular titles that every child will enjoy reading!

The Story of Babar: The Little Elephant

This story has been passed down for 3 generations since it was published in 1931, and continues to capture the hearts of many young readers. The story tells about a little elephant, Babar, which becomes King after being educated by people in school. As children read about Babar, the kind and wise ruler who heads the other elephants, parents can encourage them to think about their future dreams and ambitions. To learn more about Babar, you can also read with your child other Babar books like Babar the King and Babar’s Celesteville Games.

Happy Hippo, Angry Duck

Does your child love reading about animals? This board book written by bestselling author Sandra Boynton is certainly a hit with young readers. Questions like “Are you grumpy as a moose or excited as a dog?" allow young readers to learn about different animals, feelings and moods. Also, young readers will be attracted to the colorful illustrations throughout the book. Happy Hippo, Angry Duck is truly a delightful book that parents will enjoy reading alongside with their children.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Award-winning bestseller “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” is also a great all-time favorite children’s picture book that parents love reading to their children. This amusing story is about the growth and development cycle of a caterpillar and the food that the caterpillar eats. Besides being an interesting story, the book is also educational in teaching children the process of metamorphosis, where young caterpillars develop into adult beautiful butterflies. This great childhood book, published since 1969, will help to make bedtime reading sessions a lovely time for both you and your children.

Fox in Socks, Bricks and Blocks

For parents with adventurous young readers, this is one book that will bring about lots of laughter every reading session! Tongue twisters and rhymes in the bright and colorful Dr Seuss book create an exciting element for young readers as they pronounce rhyming words with speed. Children will also enjoy the interactive elements in the book with the feel tabs, where they can touch and feel items like “the scratchy brick” and “sticky blue goo”. How about having a tongue-twister competition with your children while reading this fun book? Or letting your children to create their own rhymes? Come up with great ideas while reading this book with your children!

Revamp your bedtime storytelling sessions by reading with your children instead of reading to them! What better way to bond with your children by reading books and enjoying the beautiful illustrations in the books together? These books will certainly allow your reading sessions to be full of laughter and fun!

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