Does your child spend a lot of time on mobile, laptop, and tablet? Well, you can’t entirely blame your child when we all struck down in our homes, and all the studies are going on online platforms; a child must connect through all these electronic gadgets. However, it is not purely healthy to spend your whole time in front of devices. It is the parent’s job to bring them out and ask them to enjoy other things. And this is the perfect time for you to introduce your child to the world of books. If you were wondering which book you should give to your child? We have built up a good list of five books that you can give to your child, and they will definitely like it.
The diary of a Wimpy kid is the story of Greg Heffley and his BFF Rowley Jefferson. The book illustrators daily life and the way our protagonist survives middle-high school. The book is humorous, relatable, and very captivating. If your child loves a book full of pictures, this book is for him or her. There is a total of 15 books in the series:
We recommend this book to children between the age gap of 7 to 11 years.
Heidi is the story about an orphan girl whose aunt dumped her into her grandfather’s home in the mountains after getting a job. Soon enough, grandfather and Heidi started living a perfect life, enjoying each other’s presence, but the major twist came in the story when her wicked aunt came back once again and took her apart from her grandfather. Will she ever be able to meet her grandpa again? To know, you need to read the book.
The book’s central theme is to enjoy the small beautiful things that nature has to offer you instead of just running towards materialistic things. It’s a reminder that you can be happy even when you don’t have much money and facilities.
Around the World in 80 days by Jules Verne is a classic novel in which our protagonist Phileas Fogg bets his companions that he can travel across the whole globe in just 80 days. He travelled through different countries, including India, in which he travelled on an elephant and freed a girl from the Sati system. The book is short, thrilling, and highly captivating. This is the second book after the journey to the centre of the earth by Jules Verne. We recommend this book to children between 12 to 15 years to give them an idea about our world and different cultures throughout our world.
Indian railway stories by Ruskin bond is a collection of short stories by different writers based on the central theme of Indian Railways. Some stories of being before independence and some stories are after independence. The significant authors are Khushwant Singh, Satyajeet Rai, R.K. Lakshman, Jules Verne, Ruskin bond, Manoj Das, Victor Banerjee, Manoj Mitra, and Jim Corbett. Stories are fascinating to read. We recommend this to children above the age of 13. There is as such no profane language in the book.
Again, this masterpiece is written by Ruskin Bond, in which he described the story of an expensive blue umbrella. Ruskin bond deals with very complex human psychology matters like Envy, jealousy, grief, and fame. About a girl Binya who sold her necklace to get a Blue umbrella which was like pride; everyone in a village feels jealous because of her cause of the beautiful umbrella. But one of the villagers got very jealous of her umbrella, and he did something very horrible.