We celebrate 2nd April as “International Children’s Book Day” to transfer the love of books and inspire children to inculcate the habit of reading. No doubt, children remain happy in their own world. And books are the ones that take them to a new world from fiction to non-fiction in the form of tales. Kids love to listen and read these interesting books. Books not only teach them new things but also bestow them with life lessons to become better human beings.
Let’s Look at the Top 10 Books Especially Written for Children:
1. ‘Timmi in Tangles’ by Shala Mahajan
Preferably for children in the age group of 5-9 years.
2. ‘She Can You Can’ by Garima Kushwaha
‘She Can You Can’ is an interesting and inspiring book that every child should have on their bookshelf. Preferably for children in the age group above 8 years.
3. ‘Ammachi’s Amazing Machines’ by Rajive Eipe
For above 7 years child. This is all about finding creative solutions to everyday village issues by the central character of the book ‘Ammachi’ and ‘Sooraj’.
4. ‘Flying High’ translated by Rohini Nilekani
This book is highly recommended for children in the age group of 3-8 years. It is an amazing book to introduce children to the non-fiction genre.
5. ‘Grandma’s bag of stories’ by Sudha Murthy
‘Grandma’s bag of stories’ is a collection of stories inspired by real-life incidents.
6. ‘The Adventures of Tin Tin’ by Herge
The story revolves around ‘Tin Tin’ and his adventurous way of solving a case. Preferably for children above the age of 6 years.
7. ‘Winnie The Pooh’ by A. A. Milne
The central character of the book is a bear named ‘Pooh’ and the story is around his life adventure along with his friends. Preferably for 5-12 years of children.
8. ‘The Clever Tailor’ by Srividhya Venkat
For 3-7 years of children. The story of ‘The Clever Tailor’ revolves around the character ‘Rupa Ram’ and his dream.
9. ‘The Magic Drum and Other Favourite Stories’ by Sudha Murthy
This is another fantastic book by the writer Sudha Murthy mainly for 9-12 years of children and consists of 30+ short stories and folk tales for them.
10. ‘Malgudi Days’ by R K Narayan
This all-time favourite book is a gem in the true sense. It around a character named “Swami” and his life.
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