Weekly Topic Inspiration (formerly HubMob): Books for children
Ready for this week's topic inspiration? It's all about children's books. Explore this rich category for Hub topics like "Books for 3 year olds", "Ebooks for children", "Coloring books about animals" and countless other topics like it. Keep the titles specific and to-the-point.
Child's Play Books for learning, fun and interacting. Puzzle, bath, and nursery rhythm books. read more
Anything by Mo Willems. As a teacher I just absolutely love him and the characters he creates.
This article is a link list of children's story books online. The vast majority of these sites are free or have free sections. read more
Bored with reading wsith your kids? Here are some suggestions for some great chapter books that parents will enjoy reading along with their children! read more
Help little ones learn to love reading with the best books for toddlers. This collection will help them develop an early love of books. read more
Dr. Seuss has been entertaining children and adults through his colourful pages of animated figures and rhyming words for more than fifty years. Here are the top five books in our family library. read more
Tom’s Midnight Garden by Philippa Pearce is a classic children’s book about time travel, loneliness, and friendship. It often appeals to both children and adults. read more
The Sandwich Swap by Kelly DiPucchio is a fantastic tale that promotes diversity and understanding among children. It is a great story for the classroom; I've also includes some extension activities. read more
The most loved was the "Kipper " the little dog series by Mick Inkpen (you got to love that name) - British, has over 30 books, and lots of movies and on-line stuff...good memory jogger...off to Hub-land now...
These are the Newbery award-winning classics I enjoyed as a child and hope to share with my daughters someday. read more
The children's book, We're Going on a Bear Hunt, is a modern classic written by Michael Rosen. Since it was published in 1989 it has sold over 3 million copies. Both kids and adults love this interactive book. read more
Although relatively new, these books are the stuff of instant classics. The endearing characters, charming stories and fun rhyming text are accompanied by Van Dusen's own whimsical illustrations set in the 1960s. read more
A free monologue, based on the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood, as told in the perspective of Mr. Big Bad Wolf. read more
Once Upon A Cool Motorcycle Dude is a great twist on a typical princess story. With many twists and turns, the princess is empowered and becomes the savior. read more
A review of Marcia Brown's 1947 children's classic book Stone Soup. read more
Who can forget Dr. Seuss' preschooler's stories or 'The Alligator Under My Bed'? Reading sets the stage for children to turn into fine adults. Won't you consider these books for your curious kids? read more
Looking for some stocking stuffers for kids? Read this review of Sandra Boynton's board books, Moo, Baa, La La La and But Not the Hippopotamus. read more
Best early readers for boys and kids who love humor. Funny books that keep kids reading and coming back for more. read more
Here is a list of legends that have shaped Michigan's geography and wildlife. The Legend of Michigan, The Legend of the Sleeping Bear Dunes, and The Legend of the Petoskey Stone are just a few. Take a read and find out about some great Michigan stories. read more
Five senses books for each sense to go with five senses activities and lessons. Helps kids understand the concept of each sense. read more
A selection of storybooks featuring various animals, and intended for young children. Many are anthropomorphic, meaning the animals are portrayed acting as humans would. read more
Classics illustrated introduced millions of children to the world of celebrated works of literature in an accessible and memorable format : In a comic book form. At the time when comics usually meant superheroes and masked vigilantes, it was a daring move to publish the classics of world literature. read more
When we talk about children’s books today the media on which they are delivered no longer consists of traditional books that are printed on paper and bound into book format. Today we have books for children on magnetic tape cassettes, on CDs and... read more
Reading to children is a delightful pasttime. Choosing great childrens books to read is an important part of that. Here are 3 main tips to help you choose a children's book that you and your child will enjoy together. read more
As a former junior school helper for five years I recognise that the level to pitch to in terms of reading ability of childrens stories is dependant upon the aptitude and attitude of each child. Some six year olds would be capeable of understanding words used in stories that some tweleve year olds could not. Our schools are crying out in the public sector to get our childrens' literacy skills improved. Therefore there really is not a benchmark to aim for in terms of reading age with the story.
I have started a childrens story of my own and would welcome any feedback on my hub:
Peak District - Fandanzel. A fun story for children
The origins of the long running Berestain Bears Book Series along with a discussion of the books and their use in entertaining and teaching young children. read more
Junie B. Jones is one of the most popular characters of children literature. She is a young personage, created by Barbara Park and first launched in 1992. So, for almost 20 years this little hilarious and smart girl has delighted many children along with some of their parents. read more
Childrens books that teach and encourage positive growth are special to read. Here are several of my favorites that I like to share with my grandkids. read more
Franklin the Turtle books for children 4 - 8. These books have helped so many children with fears, doubts and everyday anxieties. Magnificently illustrated with wonderful story lines. read more
An on-going writing project for Hubbers, based on Goldilocks and the Three Bears. You're welcome to direct Goldilocks deeper and deeper into the forest! read more
This was such a great topic that I ended up writing two hubs on it and have a pile of books by my computer to write more hubs. Even better--I pulled out those favorite books and read them again to my kids. My husband and older son read them too! Great books never get tiring: Here is Funniest Childrens books for early readers:
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and my very favorite children's book of all Hooray for Wodney Wat!:
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I've got over a thousand books in our home library but all of us think the Wodney Wat book by Helen Lester is our favorite to read aloud. Thanks for the topic inspiration Jason!
I lovelovelove Sandra Boynton: I think her books are equally as enjoyable for adults as they are for kids!
I almost always buy Boynton books for new parents as baby gifts!
It's never too early to start reading to children. Exposing your child to books at early ages prepares him/her for academic success. There are several benefits of starting reading to your child at early ages:
It helps to develop the vocabulary... read more
Teaching fractions doesn't have to be hard. Using children's picture books about fraction is a great way to launch a unit about fractions, build on an idea or use it as a culmination to a lesson. Here is a list of books about fractions along with activities to get you started. read more
A list of books for children of all ages. Young readers today have to be engaged actively, so the books need to keep their attention. Here is a list of books that you can introduce your children to. read more
So, you decided to get your child a Kindle. There are many free ebooks out there, here are 10 classics that every child should read. read more
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