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Popular Books for Kids

Written by: Editorial Staff

January 16, 2013
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popular books for kidsContributed by Info Guru Paul Seaburn

Whether it’s a book, an e-reader or the back of a cereal box, kids love to read. Reading with a child is a great way to learn and spend quality time together.

These popular books for kids cover a variety of subjects, both fiction and non-fiction. Reading them with your child will provide hours of entertainment and a lifetime of memories.

10. Discover the Alphabet

Discover the Alphabet

Even if you know the alphabet, Discover the Alphabet is fun to read. Clever rhymes and colorful illustrations for each letter make it a great book from A to Z.

9. 10 Little Teddy Bears: Numbers

 10 Little Teddy Bears: Numbers

In 10 Little Teddy Bears: Numbers, kids learn the numbers from one to ten by counting the bears, writing the numbers in this erasable book and listening to downloadable music.

8. Discover Opposites

 Discover Opposites

The opposite of boring is fun and that’s what kids will have with Discover Opposites. Simple word opposites are described with beautiful photographs and thought-provoking questions.

7. Great White Shark: Ruler of the Sea

Great White Shark: Ruler of the Sea

Don’t wait for Shark Week to introduce your child to the ocean’s most interesting creature. Great White Shark: Ruler of the Sea follows the life of Baby White Shark as she grows up to become the biggest fish around.

6. Human Body A to Z

 Human Body A to Z

A is for Anatomy and that’s what kids will learn in Human Body A to Z, a clever book about body parts. From A to Z, different body parts are explained with drawings and rhymes.

5. Garter Snake at Willow Creek Lane

Garter Snake at Willow Creek Lane

Garter Snake at Willow Creek Lane is an award-winning story about Garter Snake, who has been on her own since birth. Follow her adventures and encounters with other animals as she looks for a winter den.

4. Book of Stamps

Book of Stamps

Before traditional “snail” mail becomes a thing to read about in history books, introduce your kids to the art of mailing a letter or even a postcard. Let them pick out their own stamps from the wide and colorful varieties at the local post office or post office online.

3. Escape: Underground Railroad

Escape: Underground Railroad

Learn about bravery in the Civil War as Emma travels back in time in Escape: Underground Railroad and travels the Underground Railroad with her family. Both educational and exciting, the text and illustrations in this book were reviewed by experts at the Smithsonian Institute.

2. The Nutcracker – A Pop-Up Book

The Nutcracker - A Pop-Up Book

Kids too young for the ballet can still enjoy this classic holiday story by reading The Nutcracker – A Pop-Up Book. Seven scenes pop up in beautifully detailed cutouts.

1. Alphabet of Sports

Alphabet of Sports

Kids will learn about all aspects of sports from Athlete to Zone Defense in the Alphabet of Sports. The rhymes and illustrations will introduce boys and girls to new games and terminology, and the book comes with a cool tear-out poster for bedroom walls.

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