Famous books for kids

The Hobbit by J.R.R Tolkien:
This novel is a complete fantasy to be read by kids. It has also been marked as “The best juvenile fiction” and has been well termed as a classic in literature famous for children.

Peter Pan by J.M Barrie:
This well renowned book has been named after a hypothetical character who’s the brainchild of the Scottish novelist J.M Barrie. The story set in an island namely Neverland, well revolves around the life of Peter Pan, a young boy who doesn’t covet to grow up.

Little House in the Big Woods by Laura Wilder:
The first in the ‘Little House’ series, Little House in the Big Woods grabbed a million hearts. It is an original story, centrally based on the early childhood of the author herself. A beautiful book to read through indeed!

My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George:
Not originally written for kids, it is essentially a young adult’s fiction, woven around a unique character and his living that ultimately teaches him a lot of important feelings and lessons of life.

Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame:
Truly a must read classic for children, Wind in the Willows is primarily a perfect blend of mysticism, adventure and morality at large. It goes on in its own pace, yet is highly likeable.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll:
This book isn’t just read for fun but mentors kids greatly in regard to what we call ‘logic’. Their basic understanding for things takes a sweet leap post finishing this through the last page. Revolving around a young girl who manages to fall in a rabbit hole that turns out to be a fantasy run, it is a must have.

The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald:
The Princess and the Goblin is undoubtedly one of the most talked about books to inculcate in kids the feelings of courage and honour. The book is layered beautifully that takes off as any other fairytale but takes amazing turns all throughout post that.

The Secret Garden by Frances Burnett:
The most popular novel by Frances Burnett till date, ‘The Secret Garden’ is a very sensitive story to read to and surely leaves a lot of food for thought in the kid’s mind in a much constructive manner, satisfying enough to be bought for them.

Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis:
The best ever known work of C.S. Lewis, the ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ is set in an entirely fictional kingdom of Narnia. Magic is an underlying story that’s central to the chronicles of Narnia.

Stuart Little by E.B. White:
Stuart Little is one of the most famous works among children and adults alike. Intertwined around the foundation stone of a protagonist as a talking mouse, Stuart Little is one of the most amazing fantasies produced till today and the cherry on the cake is that it’s amazingly easy to relate to, particularly for kids so it’s realism is an essence in its fiction virtually.

 

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About Sonakshi Arora

I was just 9 when my mother made her first attempt to quench her daughter’s thirst of becoming a wholesome package of the corporate world. Her realization was the result of the hypothetically elevated graph she made, of the frequency of the virtual exhibitions of my corporal skills.

Lately, when I was swimming in the pool of my thoughts, I learnt that there was yet another chance to help my mother succeed, thereby freezing my mind on the milestone of “Writing”, besides freelancing as a content builder for a couple of companies. Fuelled by the desire to further delve into the world of my creativity and curiosity, I am presently pursuing my Bachelors in Media Studies at Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune. This will improve my prospects at the Graduation level, it being the perfect blend of everything that’s coveted to shape my dreams, shedding light on the best road ahead.

By God’s grace, I know where to direct the force of my will to ensure that I don’t fall into the traps and ruins of indecisiveness. I strongly believe that its one’s passion that drives his/her dreams into reality and what we persist in doing becomes easier for us to do, not because the nature of work has changed but because of the metamorphosis done by the increased power to do it.

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