10 Extraordinary Books That Parent Should Read To Their Kids Before They Grow Up
Children learn to like the sound of language before they even notice the presence of the words on a page. Parents should read aloud to their children because it stimulates their imagination and develops their understanding of the present world. And even after a child learn to read by its own, it’s very essential for you to read aloud together.Books inspire us to feed our minds and share our own understanding of the same book. This is a list of 10 extraordinary books that become a part of every child’s growing. These are the books that continue to be loved because they are imaginative, simply and wonderful.
This is a story about a pilot stranded in the Sahara desert, who one morning, awakens to find a little prince standing before him. They become friends. And the prince teaches the pilot what is important in life.
The story begins with a little pig which is intended to be killed because he is so small.
The farmer’s daughter Fern saves him and he is sold to a barn. There he meets the
spider named Charlotte and the following story is about the incredible friendship among them.
This book is about Max, a boy who behaved badly and because of that is sent in his room without dinner. His imagination transforms his room into a crazy jungle with a forest, an ocean and a boat that Max sails in until he discovers the land of the “wild things”.
This is a Dr. Seuss classic! The story is about two kids who are home alone on a cold, rainy day. Then a mischievous cat arrived at the door to entertain two children. They know it’s wrong and that their mother would not approve that but the Cat is an unstoppable force.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
Charlie Bucket is a young boy who wins a tour ticket which leads him in the most mysterious chocolate factory that someone has ever seen. Along with other four children he begins his adventure filled with fun and candies that you can ever imagine.
Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie
Peter Pan is a story about a boy that never ages. One night he visits the room of Wendy and her two brothers. He teaches the children to fly and ask them if they wish to go to Neverland among fairies and mermaids. And the adventure begins.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis
Four youngsters: Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, find a wardrobe that takes them into the wonderful world of Narnia. Narnia has been frozen by the White Witch and with the help of Aslan children will fight to save Narnia.
The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum
A young girl Dorothy and her dog Toto are swept away during a tornado to the wonderful land of Oz. While trying to find her way home, Dorothy becomes friends with a Tin Woodman, Scarecrow, and a Cowardly lion. She must follow the Yellow Brick Road to find the Wonderful Wizard of Oz who will help her get back home to Kansas.
The Neverending Story by Michael Ende
The story begins when a lonely boy named Bastian, who running from his classmates escapes into an antique bookstore. There he takes a book and runs into the attic with it to read. Not knowing he becomes a part of the story, which takes place in the beautiful world of Fantastica. There, he meets the boy warrior Atreyu and the two of them start a journey together.
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
In the beginning of the book Alice is sitting on the riverside and suddenly she sees a white rabbit who run in front of her and then disappeared in a rabbit hole. She follows him and found herself in a great corridor with lots of doors. Her journey begins and she encounters many strange characters on the way.