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The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Beatrix Potter) is considered one of the best books for kids. It has been in print since 1902, and its popularity has never waned. The story revolves around a mischievous rabbit that gets into all sorts of trouble with his family, friends, and neighbors.


This book is a great read for kids. It has an exciting plot and teaches children about horses. Set in England during the 1800s, the story follows the life of a horse named Black Beauty from his birth to his death. The book is narrated from the point of view of the horse himself. He recounts his life from his birth to his old age, telling how he was passed from person to person as an unwanted pet.

If you want to introduce your kids to the world of literature, then one of the books that is a classic and will set them on their way is Little Women. If you are looking for a book with strong female characters who deal with real-life problems, this book has it all. The story follows Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy as they grow up during the American Civil War while trying to find their own identities outside of what society expects from women.

The Boxcar Children is an accessible series about that tells the story of four orphaned siblings who create a home for themselves in an abandoned boxcar. They eventually begin living with their grandfather, and use the boxcar as a playhouse in his backyard. Throughout the series, they embark on a number of adventures, experience plenty of mishaps, and encounter exciting mysteries to solve. The Boxcar Children is best for ages 4th grade and up.

Looking for chapter books like TheWizard of Oz and TreasureIsland? Enjoy our collection of chapter Books for Young ReadersYou might also like our whimsical Children's Poems, Yummy Stories and for learn-to-read fun, Pre-K Wordplay!Return to American Literature Home Page

Although other types of books may include illustrations, these illustrations generally have a different purpose. For example, a young adult novel may include decorative illustrations, but the essence of the book would usually remain without them, meaning the purpose is supportive. Likewise, a textbook may include illustrations such as medical diagrams or photographs, but the purpose is functional. Thus, only the authors, not any illustrators, appear in references for young adult novels or textbooks.

From picture books to graphic novels, fantasy to family fun, these must-read books have the power to hook kids of any gender. Some are cultural touchstones that belong in every kid's library. Others open kids' minds to cultures beyond their own. And some are recent releases that have the timeless quality of classics -- the kind that get handed down to siblings and passed around classrooms. Whether you have a reluctant reader or a budding bookworm, consider these surefire, kid-tested titles. (We've included a few rated best for 12 and up for the precocious readers out there!) For more great picks, check out our Best Book Series and Best Book Series for Early Readers.

This sweet story prepares kids for how short-lived teasing can be. On the first day of school, Victoria picks on Chrysanthemum because she has the same name as a flower, and Chrysanthemum wilts under the ridicule. Then the students learn that a teacher has a similar name, and all of a sudden Chrysanthemum is cool. Ages 4-8. Published by Mulberry Books.

This little-known Dr. Seuss story gives young kids a groundwork for describing their feelings, normalizing the experience of having multiple emotions. Bonus: It will also help toddlers and preschoolers learn colors. Ages 3-5. Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers.

A modern adaptation of the classic tale: What happens when a completely normal chicken believes everything he reads on the internet? This story is written in the present tense, because it's a good thing to learn.

Yes, all Sooper Books stories come read aloud by our fabulous narrator, Phil.If any parents want to learn how to read a children's story like a pro you will be able to tell a good bedtime story after listening to a few Sooper Books narrations.Explore our huge range of audio stories for toddlers and children with Sooper Books Premium.

We all know a bedtime routine helps to get our little ones off to sleep, and we would argue that a bedtime story is a vital part of the routine. Nighttime stories are an ideal way to end the day, as they help ease children into a peaceful sleep. Bedtime stories for kids are important because they help to create a calming environment, whether nighttime stories are read sitting down or in bed, they encourage us to slow down.Plus did you know reading before bed has been proven to help kids (and adults!) have a better sleep? Studies have shown that reading as little as 6 minutes per day can improve our quality of sleep, reduce stress, and sharpen our mental ability. Plus reading doesn't just help children have a good night's sleep, it helps adults too.We want bedtime routines to be a positive experience for children and parents alike. Our digital books are designed to inspire imagination and creativity in our young readers.Sooper Books has a range of short bedtime stories for kids, from 2 minutes to 5 minutes. These are perfect for a nighttime routine. We know bedtimes can be unpredictable, however a short bedtime story for kids can help create an easier bedtime routine.With so many stories to choose from, you can always find the perfect bedtime story on Sooper Books.

When we first decided to create a bedtime story for kids, we knew we wanted it to be fun, engaging and high quality.We wanted Sooper Books to bring children's publishing into the 21st century. We strongly believe that nighttime stories for kids need to fit seamlessly into modern family lives which is why our free stories are all online.It began when we started writing stories for our own family. Then our friends and wider families asked for copies and we started to share Sooper Books with other children.At Sooper Books we write, curate and narrate stories for kids so they can enjoy the best quality content, enchanting stories and magical adventures. With our stories we work towards promoting a positive attitude to reading and instil a love of books in children from an early age.

Each year a committee of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) identifies the best of the best in children's books. According to the Notables Criteria, "notable" is defined as: Worthy of note or notice, important, distinguished, outstanding. As applied to children's books, notable should be thought to include books of especially commendable quality, books that exhibit venturesome creativity, and books of fiction, information, poetry and pictures for all age levels (birth through age 14) that reflect and encourage children's interests in exemplary ways.

The Coquíes Still Sing: A Story of Home, Hope, and Rebuilding. By Karina Nicole González. Illus. by Krystal Quiles. Roaring Brook, $18.99 (9781250787187). The power of community, hope, and resilience is captured in this story of a family preparing for Hurricane María in Puerto Rico and their subsequent role in rebuilding their home. (A 2023 Pura Belpré Illustrator and Children's Author Honor Book)

Finding Fire. By Logan S. Kline. Illus. by the author. Candlewick, $18.99 (9781536213027).This wordless picture book uses a bright palette to tell the story of a young member of a prehistoric community who volunteers to find fire when their source is doused by rain.

H Is for Harlem. By Dinah Johnson. Illus. by April Harrison. Little, Brown/Christy Ottaviano, $18.99 (9780316322379).Accompanied by gorgeously detailed illustrations, this alphabetical ode to Harlem's Black history and culture celebrates historical figures, buildings, institutions, works of art, and more.

A Land of Books: Dreams of Young Mexihcah Word Painters. By Duncan Tonatiuh. Illus. by the author. Abrams, $19.99 (9781419749421). A Mexihcah girl describes the beauty and importance of language, culture, and tradition to her younger brother in this tale about Mesoamerican storytelling and bookmaking. (A 2023 Pura Belpré Illustrator Honor Book)

Listen: How Evelyn Glennie, a Deaf Girl, Changed Percussion. By Shannon Stocker. Illus. by Devon Holzwarth. Dial, $17.99 (9780593109694). This picture book biography tells the true story of Evelyn Glennie, a deaf girl, who creates incredible music and becomes the world's first full-time solo percussionist.

The Notebook Keeper: A Story of Kindness from the Border. By Stephen Briseño. Illus. by Magdalena Mora. Random House Studio, $17.99 (9780593307052).In a heartening story of compassion and generosity, Noemi and her mother, who are denied entry into the U.S. from Mexico, add their names to the notebook, an unofficial list of those waiting to cross the border. (A 2023 Pura Belpré Children's Author Honor Book)

Too Early. By Nora Ericson. Illus. by Elly MacKay. Abrams, $18.99 (9781419742071).A father and child wake in time to watch the sunrise in this relatable early morning story illustrated with deep blues and beckoning yellow sunlight.

Concrete: From the Ground Up. By Larissa Theule. Illus. by Steve Light. Candlewick, $18.99 (9781536212501).Informative and humorous, this picture book offers a fascinating introduction to the history, characteristics, and uses of a ubiquitous building material: concrete.

Freewater. By Amina Luqman-Dawson. Little, Brown, $16.99 (9780316056618).A lyrical narrative tells the story of several children who escape slavery to discover freedom among a community of formerly enslaved Black people living in the Great Dismal Swamp. (The 2023 Newbery Award winner)

On the Move: Home Is Where You Find It. By Michael Rosen. Illus. by Quentin Blake. Candlewick, $17.99 (9781536218107). In this poetic meditation on human migration, Rosen connects his Polish Jewish family's history of loss and escape during the Holocaust with contemporary refugee and migrant experiences. 041b061a72


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