Year after year, there are thousands of new kids books released, and because there are so many, some of them fall through the cracks, without seeing any of the recognition that they deserve.
We’ve all heard of the famous babysitter Mary Poppins, but what about Martin “Murray Poppins”?
Each and every one of us faces problems in our everyday lives, sometimes having solutions and other times struggling to overcome and face obstacles. Breaking the 4th wall is usually always a great element to include in any story, as it deviates from normal storytelling. With Pokemon Go sweeping the nation, there’s no doubt that an essential handbook is necessary to hunt wild Pokemon and learn about them too. Learning with colors is always fun, especially when it deals with cutely drawn animals. Steam Train, Dream Train teaches younger kids the names of colors in a nice presentation. Jim Benton is known for Dear Dumb Diary, his loveable and hilarious series targeted at middle schoolers.
We’ve all felt grumpy at some point, and this book is meant to showcase the many feelings in our lives. The dreaded car ride on the way to vacation literally ends with the question “Are we there yet?”.
Contests are always fun, and pug dogs Shen and Shika are in the Race to the Top of the World! When thinking of disgusting things, stink and slime are usually one of the first things that come to mind.
Last but not least, Serafina and the Twisted Staff depicts a unique and astounding story that keeps readers interested and engaged in every page. Then, against all odds, Lilac and Tarver find a strange blessing in the tragedy that has thrown them into each other’s arms. Everything changes when they uncover the truth behind the chilling whispers that haunt their every step. I loved both of these characters, and I love how well the authors made them complement each other. Of course, I don’t have to stress the importance of childhood reading and how it can be used to shape their education, but it deserves to be at least mentioned. The first in a series, Backyard Witch tells the tale of Sadie, a girl who is left behind by friends during a summer trip.
The Day the Mustache Came Back is a story of babysitters in disguise, and it follows two boys who once had a babysitter named Martin who looked over them in the past.
This groundbreaking read by Kobi Yamada titled What Do You Do With a Problem teaches children how to tackle the main problems in their lives through the main character’s perspective. Snappsy the Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book) manages to break the 4th wall barriers in it’s title, with an interesting story behind it. Showing a variety of emotions, I’m Grumpy teaches children not only about how to express feelings but how to read a book. Named after his father, he wishes to be his own unique person, setting out to prove his various talents. In The Bear and the Piano, a bear stumbles upon a mysterious piano in the forest, teaching himself how to play. This fantastic book by Dan Santat depicts a certain car ride that travels backward in time, making the inevitable wait even longer. Taking place in the Sahara Desert, The Storyteller focuses on those who communicate and orate the various stories within society.
This humorous guide teaches kids the differences between different types of bears and how to spot them. As the 5th book in the series, The Land of Stories: An Author’s Odyssey depicts the protagonist, Conner’s imagination in a vast, entertaining world full of creativity.


From the writing to the adventure to the characters, this book is a true standout of the year. Then, catastrophe strikes: the massive luxury spaceliner is yanked out of hyperspace and plummets into the nearest planet. Tarver comes from nothing, a young war hero who learned long ago that girls like Lilac are more trouble than they’re worth.
Without the hope of a future together in their own world, they begin to wonder—would they be better off staying here forever? Lilac and Tarver come from such different backgrounds and life experiences, it added so much more to the book than if it had been told from only one voice. Then it’s gone, the view swallowed by the hyperspace winds streaming past, blue-green auroras wiping the afterimages away. From the setting of an unknown, desolate planet to the large, stark backdrop of space to the strong personalities of the characters, These Broken Stars is a knock out read.
Other interests include Downton Abbey, heat lightning storms, Harry Potter land and (begrudingly) one orange tabby. Books are a great tool to help fuel your child’s imagination while expanding their vocabulary in the process. She must face the dangers that await her and especially the animals on the island threaten her survival. Snappsy is your ordinary Alligator whose day is made more stressful by a narrator who tries to sensationalize his story to make it more interesting.
This guide will allow readers to read up on their favorite Pokemon, their weaknesses, stats, and more. Visuals combined with explanations that are easy to understand make this a vibrant learning tool for those learning the world around them. In the woods one day, humans discover the beautiful sounds of the bear, and he becomes a star. However, the race to the top is not an easy task, as there are many obstacles along the way. Kid scientist Stink discovers something funky one day, and that is a living organism that has moved into his bedroom. However, the guide is told through the story of the protagonist who needs to stay out of danger and from the fate of being eaten.
This awesome book by David Bar Katz and Morris Katz teaches kids about the bad guys and girls, as well as the various supervillains in the DC universe. But with only each other to rely on, Lilac and Tarver must work together, making a tortuous journey across the eerie, deserted terrain to seek help.
In addition to the POVs, at the beginning of every chapter, there is text from a conversation Tarver is having with an interrogator. It’s more like a prop for the real adventure that Lilac and Tarver are creating for themselves.
But, not all children’s books are made equally, and choosing a bad book could lead to them being disinterested in reading altogether. The two embark on an epic adventure, traveling around Sadie’s neighborhood in this eye-opening novel that children can both relate to and enjoy.
This story promises to give lots of laughs to readers with funny illustrations and a mystery kids cannot resist. This approach is quite refreshing to the usual storytelling, and can teach children about a different form of literature. The Deluxe edition even includes information on more than 700 Pokemon, updated with the latest games. This is a very intelligent way to teach kids a two-tiered lesson about expressing themselves and how to approach future reading.


However, after moving to New York, he feels empty inside due to missing his family back home. However, there is a certain advantage that the two pugs are bringing to the table, 66 pug friends to power a massive sled. Growing rapidly by the minute, the slime mold eventually becomes a pet of sorts, with the ability to take over the world. One day, a boy discovers the beauty of stories, listening to the epic tales of the Drought and the Blue Water Bird, inspiring him to become a storyteller of his own. Dave absolutely loves the designs on his walls, but he wonders if there is a cave even better than his. The book has a hilarious feel to it and is a recommended educational comedy for younger children. For future comic enthusiasts, this is the perfect introduction to who is “right” and “wrong” in this world.
This is the beginning of the end, as Conner longs to finish the series-long battle against his ultimate enemy. The second book continues her epic adventure, with many saying that it may even be better than the first installment. This does not last long, though, as her past life comes to the present, and she must face herself.
This book is perfect for younger readers, especially if they’re really into dinosaur toys and all things dinosaurs. This story is touching, heartwarming, and teaches children about fame and family, making it a good read. This story is an interesting spin on the classic travel line, proving that trips can last longer, especially when it comes to time traveling. Not only is this book adorable, it is well written and a must for any child or dog lover out there. Geared towards children who have an interest in science, Stink and the Attack of the Slime Mold definitely is appealing to future scientist everywhere.
This empowering book motivates children to appreciate literature and tell their own stories, a wonderful skill to have in life. Not only does the book define and list villains, it shows what bad behavior looks like, and discourages readers from doing so, making this book even more functional. Since this is the last book, everything will be tied up into an amazing conclusion fans have been waiting for. Either way, the premise is really cool and memorable for any kid, and is a must-read series for those looking for great children’s fantasy books for their kids. Not only is it inspiring, it tackles decision-making skills that we all must encounter at some point. Not only is this a unique and interesting concept, it provides older childhood readers with a new kind of story that’s appealing to an older age range. This book is praised for lyrical prose as well as top-notch art, making it a must-read on any child’s shelf.
If you’re looking to get your children into comic book culture at an early age, there are also other books by the same authors in the same vein.



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