Imagination Station: The Best Children’s Books

It’s never too soon to start reading to your children or to have them start reading either. Thankfully, there are books specifically created and published for preschoolers so that you can get a head start on their education. There are a variety of topics you can choose from when it comes to children’s books, but whatever you choose make sure it’s something that will make their imagination running wild!

Here is a list of 5 popular children’s books:

  1. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle:Best Children's Book This is a very sweet book about a caterpillar that is born and starts looking for something to eat. Sounds simple! But the pictures in the book are what really bring this book alive. Also, the caterpillar is eating things in the book that your child can help identify and learn as well.

  2. Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak: Even though this book is from 1964 and you have probably read it when you were a child, it’s still a popular one for children these days.

  3. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Joffe Numeroff: A very cute and funny book that will have your children laughing for hours.

  4. Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss: Everyone knows the great Dr. Seuss and though this is just one of many in the Seuss collection, it’s definitely one of the most memorable books available. Even as your child grows up, they will remember this book.

  5. The Snowy Day (Peter #1) by Ezra Jack Keats: Another amazing book, if you want to teach your children about shapes, colors and objects. This book is about a boy who wakes up and discovers it snowed the night before. The boy has his own adventure, creating snow angels and trying to save snowballs for the next day.

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