7 books that every child should read

Great stories never grow old. There are thousands of books available for children that are worth reading.

However, only a few stick with us that we pass along to our children. The books we are going to discuss here are some of the great books that have thrilled children for years and are still flying off our shelves.

Below are the 7 books that every child and adult should read.

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

Every parent and child should read this book. The story is about son and a mother’s relationship and the changes that comes when the child grows up. This story reminds you no matter how grown up you are, you are still parent’s child.

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

There are two main characters in this story; a boy and a tree who can talk to each other. In his childhood he plays and enjoys with the tree by climbing her trunk and eating its apple however, as the time passes and the boy grows up he starts asking her for different things. The story is about friendship and the joy of giving.

Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This story is centered on a young boy named Max. Due to his misbehavior his mother sends him to his bedroom without his supper. There he imagines a world where he is the king of wild things. However in his imaginations he decides to return to his home and when he enters his bedroom he finds hot supper waiting for him.

The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling

Harry potter series is one of the bestselling books in the world, read by men of all age. The whole series is concerned about a boy named Harry Potter who finds out at the age of eleven that he is a wizard. The story tell us how this young boy overcome different obstacles in his life and defeats the Dark Wizard.

Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson

The story is about two children who create themselves their own world. A world where the boy is a king and the girl is a queen. The story tell us how powerful a friendship could be and there is nothing impossible in this world.

Matilda by Roald Dahl

The story is concerned about a girl who is neglected by her parents. She learns about the world through reading and soon discovers that she has extra ordinary powers. She uses her powers to rid the school of the evil and finally win respect of every child.

Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne

The story is about a boy named Christopher who becomes a friend with animals in Hundred Arce Wood. By living together with different animals he learns valuable lessons. The whole series is full of fun and entertainment, recommended to children of all ages.