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We all know that it’s good to read to kids starting at birth. Generally kids aren’t too picky about the book at first; however, you will get tired of reading the same book over and over. Make sure to start early with introducing your kids to the classic picture books you know and love from when you were a kid. They have stood the test of time for a reason after all! If you are a grandparent, then stock up on these books (or dig them out of storage) for a trip down memory lane to when you were a new parent reading these books to your kids. These books make perfect gifts for kids and parents alike!
This book is about a bat who gets lost and endsup growing up with baby birds. Theybecome friends and when Stellaluna finds her way back to the bats, the friendsrealize how different they are but that they are also similar. The final lesson is that they are friendsdespite any differences they may have. Thisbook is on the longer side but has vibrant pictures throughout.
This book starts off encouraging about how you will be successful, but then it takes a turn by addressing the fact that sometimes things will go wrong. It then shows the character getting his groove back and being on top once again. This book is a great example of how things may go wrong, but you can work through them. The pictures are bright with a lot of details to take in. The book is on the long end.
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This book is the story of a police officer and his dog Gloria. They go to schools and give safety tip presentations. However, the students only listen because Gloria is an entertaining partner. This book is a moderate length.
This series is about a little monkey that is very curious which results in him getting into all kinds of trouble. A wide variety of stories are available to entertain any child’s specific interests. These books are moderate in length and have colored pictures. However, the pictures may not be as bright and engaging as some of the other books on this list.
This classic book is about a character that has no desire to try green eggs and ham. He’s convinced that he doesn’t like it. However, through rhyming nagging, he tries it and decides it’s pretty good. This is a great way to address trying new foods with kids. The book is moderate in length.
This book is about 5 puppies who keep getting into trouble for digging a hole under the fence. The poky puppy is the last one home and lucks out a few times, but the last time he gets caught too. This book is moderate in length and has bright pictures.
Harry doesn’t like getting baths, so he hides the scrub brush and goes on an adventure. He gets really dirty to the point his family doesn’t recognize him. He ends up begging for a bath to prove he’s Harry. This book is moderate in length. The pictures are colored, but not very bright.
Clifford is a giant red dog. These books are about him, his owner Emily Elizabeth and their friends. There are a variety of stories, but they all focus on a big idea that Clifford has. These books are moderate in length and have colored pictures to keep young kids entertained.
This book follows the journey of a baby bird that fell from his nest. He doesn’t remember what his mother looks like, so he keeps asking various animals and things if they are his mother. In the end, he gets put back in the nest and his mother finds him there. This book is a short read, but the pictures aren’t as engaging as some of the others on this list.
This book is a story about a town where all the food comes from the sky. However, the town eventually meets its demise when severe “food weather” strikes day after day and the citizens run for their lives. This book has lots of pictures, and it is longer than many of the others.
The Cat comes to visit on a rainy day when the mother is out. He then unleashes all kinds of chaos on the house despite the pet fish protesting. In the end, everything is cleaned up before mother comes home. This book is longer than the others and the pictures are somewhat enticing.
This book starts with a description of a room and then says goodnight to everything in the room. This book has bright pictures and is very short and basic. It’s a great book for a child just learning to read.
This is the story of a little girl in Paris. She comes down with appendicitis and has to have surgery. When the other little girls go to visit her, they see how much fun she is having in the hospital and they want to have appendicitis too. This book is moderate in length and has colored pictures, but they aren’t all that bright.
I am a firm believe that all kids should get a few books for Christmas. These ones are classics that have stood the test of time. Since these books are ones today’s parents likely remember from their childhood, they are perfect to share with their children!
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What were your favorite childhood books? Let me know in the comments.
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