Top 10 Popular Children Books Worth Taking

Top 10 Popular Children Books Worth Taking

Top 10 Popular Children Books Worth Taking

Want to surprise a young mind with a worthy literature both fun to read and good for the mind! Try one of these books and your child will in all possibility wait for more such surprises in the future. You can bring home the goodness of these prints and help your child spend the all-embracing summer break minus those video games and laptop hassles.Take a dive into the haven of children’s books; you can be rest assured to get the pearl very soon!



Here Are Some Popular Children Books Worth Taking:

What I Like about Me

This is a light-hearted book apt for the present generation of kids who always want not to follow the norm. Being different is a person’s specialty and fitting the norm may be a taboo.

What I Like about Me

This idea seems the theme of What I Like About Me! Where the children are poles apart and they simply love it. Everything from the dazzling braces to the curly hair seems an asset for the lovely kids. The book’s highlight is a Mylar mirror where kids take a look to decide what they like best about themselves. Excellent book for giving the idea of ‘self-esteem’ early to smaller children!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

This is Eric Carle’s classic work of 1969 which features a green baby caterpillar. This extremely hungry caterpillar undergoes a journey where it eats through a variety of food stuffs and finally changes into a butterfly. The attractive illustrations are eye catchy with ‘eaten holes’ in the pages giving a realistic feel of the caterpillar’s incessant quest to eat. This book suits the smaller children who want to try their skills at counting and advance into the life stages of a caterpillar. The book has several awards to its credit including a graphic design award.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar



The Little Prince

This science fiction by Saint-Exupéry is a revolutionary display of human life on asteroids. This French work was published first in 1943, just a year before the writer’s demise. Boasted for ranking at number 3 in terms of translation worldwide, The Little Prince has the glory of being a best-seller book.

The Little Prince

A pilot is stuck in a desert where he meets a young prince who supposedly landed on planet Earth from an asteroid. The story is largely embarking philosophies pertaining to the strangeness of the adult world and engages in criticizing the society.


Charlotte’s Web

This book can be found in almost all the good school libraries. It is a novel by the American writer E.B.white and is reader’s delight. Even teachers like keeping the book in their glossary of good literature.

Charlotte’s Web

Charlotte’s Web is the story of Wilbur, a pig, and his friendship with a Charlotte, a spider. Noteworthy among other things is the messages Charlotte writes to save her friend who was at the risk of being slaughtered by the farmer. The story beautifully outlines friendship and feeling of loss. Charlotte’s Web has topped the best-sellers’ list of children’s books in 2000. The story has been imbibed into several film adaptations (1973, 2003 and 2006) and a video game as well.

Where The Wild Things Are

This 1963 wonder is Sendak’s Caldecott Medal-winning picture book. It draws round young Max’s imagination who went to bed hungry and entered a wild world containing wild things. Among the wildness, the author successfully brings emotional awareness.

Where The Wild Things Are

This book has a rich blend of surprising text and beautiful illustrations. Psychological insight and wisdom are the two important virtues of the book.

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

Those who have read a Roald Dahl book would know the simple tricks of attracting young minds. This 1964 book describes the adventures of Charlie Bucket who enters the the chocolate factory of a weird chocolatier. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory is believed to be inspired by Dahl’s schooldays experience with chocolate and those day chocolate secrets of big shots as Cadbury and Rowntree.

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

Harry Potter

Rowling’s Harry Potter is a series of seven enigmatic books which revolves around Harry, the whiz kid. The books are tales of adventurous feasts experienced by Harry and his friends in their efforts to combat the dark wizard. The fantasy encrypted in the books have got so much acclaim that some of the books became the fastest selling books setting exceptional record within only a day of release. A must read for the grown up kids!

Harry Potter

The Book With No Pictures

This book may not have illustrative images but is a New York Times bestseller. The art of reading makes the book extraordinary. The Book with No Pictures is the type kids would want to be read again and again. A long reading for the elderly kids!

The Book With No Pictures

The Day The Crayons Quit

Enter the world of entirely different crayons where the crayons no more are at the mercy of the user. They depict funny things and put a challenge to Duncan who just wants the crayons to do their usual job – color! Kids are likely to love this unusual indulgence into crayons with the funny conversations.

The Day The Crayons Quit

Violet And The Pearl Of The Orient

The young girls of the world who have an eye for adventure would find this book a treat. Violet seems a challenge to the legendary Sherlock Holmes. She is engrossed in the case of a stolen jewel through this mysterious book. The colorful characters of Violet’s world make the book even more interesting!

Violet And The Pearl Of The Orient



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