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Read colorful books on Amazon with your child. Or order a paperback book. (2)


Read colorful books on Amazon with your child. Or order a paperback book. (2)

Read colorful books on Amazon with your child. Or order a paperback book.


There are books that can be advised to read to children as young as three and as old as ten. Everything depends on the child's desire and preferences.

  1. "The Gruffalo" by Julia Donaldson

Why: Rhyming text and bright illustrations. A story about bravery and cleverness that captures children’s imaginations.

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       2. "Paddington Bear" by Michael Bond

Why: Kind and instructive stories about a bear from Peru who lives with a family in London. A great choice for reading aloud.

  1. "The Wonderful Adventures of Nils" by Selma Lagerlöf

Why: An exciting journey of a boy named Nils and his goose friends across Sweden. Interesting adventures and educational moments about geography and culture.

  1. "101 Dalmatians" by Dodie Smith

Why: A captivating story about the kidnapping and rescue of Dalmatian puppies. Interesting characters and an adventurous plot.

  1. “The Three from Cheeseburg: A Story of the Life and Adventures of Three Little Rats” Pina Ritkus

Why: Colorful pictures and a simple, captivating plot will delight children. This wonderful story is about the friendship and adventures of three little rats named Ace, Sandy, Whitey, and their friends Peter and Lucy.

  1. "White Fang" by Jack London

Why: A deep and instructive story about a wolf-dog, his life, and adventures. Shows the world of nature and the relationships between animals and humans.

  1. "Winnie-the-Pooh" by A. A. Milne

Why: Classic stories about the bear Winnie and his friends. Simple yet profound plots that teach friendship and kindness.

  1. "Charlotte's Web" by E. B. White

Why: A touching story about the friendship between a spider named Charlotte and a pig named Wilbur. Teaches friendship and selflessness.

  1. "The Call of the Wild" by Jack London

Why: A classic adventure story about a dog named Buck and his journey to the wild. Shows the struggle for survival and the call of nature.

  1. "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" by C.S. Lewis

Why: Magical adventures in the world of Narnia. A classic of children's literature that teaches courage and friendship.

  1. "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain

Why: A classic story about the adventures of a boy named Tom Sawyer. Teaches resourcefulness, friendship, and the spirit of adventure.