Best Picture Books For Children By Stephanie Moore
A love of reading only comes from reading. If you read to a child
regularly and provide books for them to read on their own, a passion
for the written word will soon develop. Even if your child is not
able to read yet, they can still flip through the book. The
following books have engaging pictures and words that are easy to
Green Eggs and Ham (I Can Read It All by Myself Beginner Books)
Dr. Seuss revolutionized children's literature by rejecting the
classic Dick and Jane format and creating his own whimsical stories.
Dr. Seuss' stories have messages in them, which lets kids know that
authors are trying to tell them something.
Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! by Dr. Seuss
This is another Seuss book. It inspires kids to think - which isn't
something we do a lot, is it?
The Lorax by Dr. Seuss
The Lorax is full of fun language, with an engaging story and great
pictures. Most importantly, its message against materialism and
greed is perfect for a young mind.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
This story is about a little caterpillar who spins a chrysalis and
becomes a beautiful butterfly. The pictures are nice and the story
Slide and Find Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
A rhyming book that children love to recite. Great illustrations as
Love You Forever: The Best of Robert Munsch
This is a very sentimental book about loving someone. It shows a
little boy growing up and becoming a man and how he is still a
little baby in his mother's heart. It is a tear-jerker, so beware.
These are just a few interesting picture books. Regular trips to the
library and bookstore are important for a growing mind. Also, it's
important to let a child pick out his or her own books from time to
time. Little kids are a lot more perceptive than we think. Those
little minds are always working - and a good book is like fuel on the
A to A+