Fri. Nov 26th, 2021
 
4 Unforgettable Books Every Parent Should Read To Their Children

4 Unforgettable Books Every Parent Should Read To Their Children

Reading to your children forms a positive association between a parent and a child as well as nurturing their reading habits as they grow up. It helps us unwind after a full day of classes, meetings, and activities. Books encourage us to feed our minds and share our individual understanding of the same book. It helps children understand that different people can interpret one idea in many different ways. Reading should be a part of every healthy household. So we have compiled a list of amazing books which you can read to your children.

 

4 Unforgettable Books Every Parent Should Read To Their Children

4 Unforgettable Books Every Parent Should Read To Their Children
4 Unforgettable Books Every Parent Should Read To Their Children

 

  1. Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White:

The cast of beloved farm animals in this children’s novel makes for a wonderful read. The novel tells the story of a pig named Wilbur and his unlikely friendship with a barn spider named Charlotte. This book narrates a story of kindness and friendship, two very important aspects of life that your children should adapt very early.

 

  1. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein:

This amazing book narrates the heartwarming story of selfless love and the many relationship changes that we go through in the different stages of our lives. It’s an excellent tool to encourage discussion about generosity & gratitude based on the giving nature of the tree, and other ways the boy could’ve shown his appreciation for the gifts he received from the tree throughout his life.

 

  1. The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupéry:

It’s a story of a pilot who gets stranded in the desert. One morning he awakens to find a little prince standing before him. This extraordinary little person teaches the pilot the secret of what is truly important in life. Katherine Woods’ translation beautifully grasps the essence of the original story.

 

  1. The Cat In The Hat by Dr Seuss:

A Dr Seuss classic, this story is about two kids who are home alone and bored out of their minds. The kids who weren’t taught not to open the door to strangers and invite them to wreck the entire place. But this book doesn’t necessarily carry a life lesson per se. But the way the words are put together makes helping children learn to recognize words and sounds all the more fun.

 

Subhangee Guha

Break the Newz.

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