If there’s one thing you likely know as a parent, your child’s education is essential. You want to make sure they have the skills they need to succeed in life, and that’s why it’s so important to send them to school and help them with their homework. But did you know that encouraging your child to read at home can give them a considerable boost in terms of their academics? Even if they’re reading something “for fun,” it’s helping them stimulate their growing brains so they can continue to learn more every day.
If your child isn’t too excited about reading, check out these books that they might find interesting. Once you get them hooked on a book they love, it might not be easy to pull them away from it.
‘Dragons Love Tacos’ by Adam Rubin
Whether your child loves dragons or just chowing down on some tacos, they are going to love this book. It has a touch of fantasy that makes everything seem magical, while at the same time, it offers vital life lessons. It’s also a silly book, so it’s sure to make your little one laugh.
‘The Book With No Pictures’ by B. J. Novak
Who said that a book for kids had to be full of pictures? Not B. J. Novak. This book is designed for kids, but it doesn’t use pictures to tell stories. This one is fun to share with younger kids, as it will start to encourage them to think outside the box. And don’t you want them to be independent thinkers?
‘New Kid’ by Jerry Craft
Have you ever been the new kid at school? If you have, you know just how tough it can be. That’s precisely what this book explores, but it does so in a creative and smart way that kids are sure to love. It can help them relate to others or even make it through a difficult time in life.
‘The Snowy Day’ by Ezra Jack Keats
This book is ideal for younger children, but people of all ages can fall in love with the sweet and heartwarming story. The illustrations are also out of this world, so it’s a fun picture book to have in the house.
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‘Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing’ by Judy Blume
Judy Blume is a kids’ classic, so they have to read this classic tale of a fourth-grader. Make sure you don’t miss out on this one.
Ask your child which one of these books they would like to read first – they’re going to love the options.