For the little ones
While I personally did not read a Roald Dahl book when I was a child, his books are certainly on a must-read list of books for kids. Why? His stories are described to have extraordinary ingredients that make them to be a delicious read. Read more about why a dose of Roald Dahl is good for your kids from this BBC article.
How to tackle family issues with the little ones? Read Berenstein Bears to them and together with Mama, Papa, Brother and Sister bear, you and your kid(s) can start a conversation around common issues that families face each day such as visits to the dentist and doctor, bad habits, friendships, manners etc.
3. Wonderbly Books
When calamity strikes at the North Pole, it’s down to one plucky Elf to save the day — or Christmas will be cancelled! Make a child you know the hero of the hour!
Yes, this book can be personalized just like the photo.
Christmas Wishes for You
Choose 4 festive wishes to give a child to discover the under the tree. A spellbinding personalized Christmas book that teaches children the true meaning of the holdiays.
Image credit: Wonderbly
For the older ones (8years old above)
5. Judy Blume books
If you want to raise a reader, this New York Times article shares some tips. What books would be on your must read list for kids? I would love to have more ideas about what to give!