Children should get access to all kinds of knowledge for multidimensional development. Children’s mental development enhances by reading stories, cartoons and solving puzzles, as well as having a free chat with parents and teachers. It increases curiosity and passion for knowing and learning. By the age of 7, they should get lots of love and affection from all. If they have bad experiences at this age, then it affects their behavior and future. Thus, it make children read mental books that help children to imagine and think.
Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone: Mental Books For Children
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was written by J. K. Rowling in 1997. The age group for reading this story can be from 8 to 14, but people of all ages have liked it. It is the story of a child, whose name is Harry Potter. His parents die, he arrives at the magic school, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The book has 7 parts, and all are very interesting.
The Chronicles Of Narnia – C.S.Lewis (1950): Mental Books For Children
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, written by C.S.Lewis in 1950. A movie was made on this book too and was very successful. In this fictional place named Narnia, animals can talk with each other. This book is one of the ‘All-Time 100 Novels’ of TIME magazine, as well as number 9 on BBC’s ‘The Big Read’.
Goodnight Moon – Margaret Brown (1947): Mental Books For Children
Good Night Moon is a picture book that, despite being simple, is popular as a bedtime storybook. Its content is like this; there is a Bunny who goes to say goodnight to everything visible from his window. He walks from the moon to the wind, to all the sounds around him, saying goodnight. The popularity of this book remains even today.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Eric Carle (1969)
Eric Carle authored the Very Hungry Caterpillar in 1969. This story, as you may have known by the name, revolves around a butterfly baby called a caterpillar, who turns into a butterfly. This book is full of pictures keeping children in mind.
Where The Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak (1963)
Where the Wild Things Are is a viral story. And due to immense popularity, it has got the place on our list. Maurice Sendak is the author of this book. It is the story of a child named John Max, who dresses in a wolf skin, goes to his bedroom, and from there he reaches an unknown island and is confronted by wild creatures.
The Cat In The Hat – Dr Seuss (1957)
The Cat in the Hat was written by Dr Seuss in 1957. The children between 4 and 8 years of age can read it. The unique thing about this book is that a film has also been made on it. The story is of an anthropomorphic cat, seen in Sally’s house. The cat spoils the condition of the home in entertaining Sally, then cleans it up with the help of Sally’s friends.
Charlotte’s Web – E. B. White (1952)
Not only an animated movie is based on this book but also a video game. This is a story of a pig, and a spider named Wilbur and Charlotte. The twist in the story comes when a farmer comes to kill Wilbur and Charlotte saves Wilbur through his trap. This story is suitable for children from 8 to 11 years of age.
Harold and the Purple Crayon – Crockett Johnson (1955)
Crockett Johnson wrote this book in 1955. It is for children between 3 and 7 years of age. The story tells us that if we could make the world according to ourselves, it would be such a fun experience. In this book, a four-year-old child creates his world with the help of a purple crayon colour. This story too will give exciting experiences to children.