Best Children’s Books For All ages Part 4: Between 7 And 10 Years Old

By this age, it is already time to make your kid enjoy good reads and beautiful fairy tales and why not some non-fiction, no one minds a little bit of knowledge. In this collection we present to you a big amount of books that will make him soar with imagination in beautiful fictional worlds.


    Dear Malala, We Stand with You By Rosemary McCarney


Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani Nobel prize winner in 2014 and the International Youth Peace Prize in 2011. She is the symbol of children education, she defends the right of every child to go to school and especially females. This book is not a bedtime story, it will make you cry, not your kid, you. This book contains an introduction to what Malala does, and also follow her life with pictures and description of her achievements in the last few years. Rosemary McCarney writes a touching letter to Malala in this book, it also contains her speech at the United State in 2013. Introduce your kid to Malala, she an inspiring 18 years old who made what seemed impossible possible.


    Ashley Bryan’s Puppets By Ashley Bryan


The whole title of this book is Ashley Bryan’s Puppets: Making Something from Everything, it’s a book that contains pictures of puppets that are made of seashells, stones and other stuff found at a beach. Ashley Bryan and his sister used to make these puppets and throw them to the sea only to find them on the shores days later, they still do this job up till today. The books contains picture of each puppet they have made, and each puppet telling a poem that you can read under its picture


    Alvin Ho Series By Lenore Look


this is a series of 6 books, all of them tell the story of a little boy who is allergic to different stuff, for example the first book is called Alvin Ho: Allergic to Girls, School, and Other Scary Things, the 3rd book is called Alvin Ho: Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man-made Catastrophes and the sixth is called Allergic to the Great Wall, the Forbidden Palace, and Other Tourist Attractions and so are the other 3 books. Each of these books evolves around a little kid who travels and visits places that makes him worried, the events will take a funny turn when, in the sixth book, Alvin will lose his father’s passport in china, and later on end up in a hospital, it will offer you some laughs and introduce your kids to differents parts of china such as the Great Wall and and The Forbidden Palace. The illustrations by LeUyen Pham are colorful and describe the events vividly.


    Ballerina Dreams: From Orphan to Dancer By Michaela DePrince


This is a nonfiction biography of Michaela DePrince and her mother by adoption. It is a great read for young readers who are just yet being introduced to the nonfiction genre, it will teach them that dreams do come true. The story is about a girl who lost her parents and went to live in an orphanage where she was teased by the people surrounding her, the book will reveal to your kid how Michaela dealt with all these problems to become what she wanted through hard work and luck as well, since she was adopted by a supportive family


    Edward Hopper Paints His World By Robert Burleigh


Edward Hopper is full of passion and admiration towards what he does, he spends days painting as much as he could instead of playing outdoors with other kids. After he finishes his studies in US and Paris he comes back to work as an illustrator, this idea however, did not make Edward Happy, so instead of painting for people he set on a trip to the countryside looking for beautiful scenes that he can paint for himself and do what he loves.  When he went back to new york he was discovered by art masters and fan that made him and his work famous. The illustrations by Wendell Minor, he draws pictures of Hopper’s works, and at the end of this book there are pictures of Edward Hopper’s best paintings.


    About Parrots: A Guide for Children By Cathryn Sill


On each page of the book there is an extremely fascinating picture of a parrot, and under it there are facts each parot. Some of these birds fly, some of them don’t, but regardless than this, Cathryn Sill presented them as magical creatures, this will help your kids know more about parrots and admire them. In addition to this, there is more information about these birds in the last few pages, there are 18 types of parrots in this book that are illustrated with epic details.


    Amelia Bedelia Series By Herman parish


This is a series of 8 books, all of them tell different stories about Amelia Bedelia. Amelia Bedelia Means Business!, Amelia Bedelia Sets Sail! and Amelia Bedelia Goes Wild!, are 3 of the 8 books available. Amelia Bedelia Goes Wild! for instance, tells the story of a sick girl who will miss her class field trip to the zoo, she tries to join them even if she is not permitted, this will spark fun and amusing events as Amelia is taking everything literally.


    Quest By Aaron Becker


This is the second book of my favourite children book series: Journey. No words, but a lot of fun. When girls are bored, they embark upon great adventures. In this case, the story of a young girl who made herself a door out of chalk and with that she entered a realm of fantasy, she st sails in a boat, she flies up in a balloon over the city and the sea, she then spots a bird in trouble with a samurai and she decides to save him. This book is a mixture of civilizations such as feudal japan and arabia. The illustrations are impressive and inspiring.

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