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Something to Read for Your Little Ones

East of the Sun and West of the Moon by Kay Nielsen
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Nadiya's Bake Me a Celebration Story by Nadiya Hussain
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National Trust: 2019 Nature Month-By-Month: A Children’s Almanac by Anna Wilson
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Hot Wheels by Paul Biedrzycki
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When I Grow Up by Julie Chen
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Jack Dash and the Great Custard Cake-Off by Sophie Plowden
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The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm by Noel Daniel
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Many studies have proven that nothing can enrich the imagination and knowledge of your children while improving their language skills and their way of thinking more than books. And with technology being at the center of their attention at any free moment of the day, you will soon realize that your kids are not taking advantage of the fun that comes with bedtime stories.

In order to avoid that, you should encourage your little ones – no matter their age – to read stories that let their imagination run wild. And if your kid reached an age that allows him or her to read a more difficult text, don’t hesitate to give him or her a book that enriches his knowledge about one of his or her interests such as cars, animals, nature, or any other topic.

With your kid’s interest and your comfort in mind, we decided to help you by narrowing down a list of the latest books that got interesting reviews out there. From stories to informative types, below are 7 releases that you will certainly like to offer as a gift to your behaving little angel. Check them out before taking him to the library for some shopping!

And if you would like to treat yourself to some books as well, check out our edit of the must-have books from 2018.

 

Article Written by Mirella Haddad

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