Books are nurturing seeds for every human soul

Books are nurturing seeds for every human soul. In International Children's Day 1/6 parents take some little time for the kid to buy good books and meaningful to not only a gift for the child, but also helped to foster a spirit of childhood bright, enjoyable. Here are 05 books that parents buy for children

1.  Charlotte's Web

Charlotte's Web

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- Written by E. B. White and Illustrated by Garth Williams

- Ages 8-10

- Of the more than 500 titles we considered for our 100 Greatest, Charlotte's Web seemed to have touched the most readers. Its whimsical brand of fantasy, coupled with the message of a little girl's unconditional love and a noble spider's resourcefulness, make it not only a treasured must of childhood (and a perennial Top Ten best-seller), but a Number One inspiration. Children love it and for adults who last read it as children, it's a treat to pick up again.

2. A Wrinkle in Time

A Wrinkle in Time

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- Written by Madeleine L'Engle

- Ages 11+

- Continuously in print since 1962, L'Engle's renowned science fiction has lost none of its appeal over time. A must-read masterpiece, this work cleverly and enduringly sheds light on good, evil, self-actualization, and the redeeming power of love.

3. The Snowy Day

The Snowy Day

- Written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats

- Ages 4-7

- One of the first picture books with an African American hero, this 1963 Caldecott Medal-winner is the simple and beautifully depicted story of a young boy venturing out to explore his snowy surroundings.

4.The Diary of a Young Girl

The Diary of a Young Girl

- Written by Anne Frank

- Ages 11+

- There are few more compelling reminders of the destructive power of hatred and prejudice than this candid and heartbreaking look inside the life of Holocaust victim Anne Frank. A powerful, necessary read for all future citizens and leaders.

5. Owl Moon

Owl Moon

- Written by Jane Yolen and Illustrated by John Schoenherr

- Ages 4-7

- There just isn’t another picture book as fluent as this quiet and powerful, award-winning text about a young girl's moonlit walk with her father.


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