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Everyone knows how important reading is for brain development and knowledge growth. As parents, it is easy to fall out of the routine of reading to our littles. I get it! I’ve been there. When my youngest turned 3, I started reading my kiddos chapter books. Real books! We started with Charlotte’s Web. A Classic. Then we moved on to other books like James and the Giant Peach and BFG. At the time, I was told my kids were too little but you know what? After the first couple of books, my kids could follow the storyline. They could remember what happened in the book last night and could guess what was going to happen next. Now, we average 2-3 books a month and everyone in the family (even mom and dad) enjoys story time. Read on to get our Top Kid Books to Download.
Children’s books become so monotonous. The same story a hundred times a week. I know y’all know what I am talking about. I used to dread bedtime stories and for a while there, we quit reading altogether.
Reading chapter books or novels is a great way to beat the monotony and keep the whole family engaged.
Never miss a day…
We have compiled a list of our favorite books so far. These books are awesome because they can be read to younger kids or can be read alone by older kids. They are enjoyable for everyone. All these books are available for download on Kindle and/or Audible. We love digital books because we can take them with us on our travels and read from our phones or iPads. We never have to miss a day.
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Top Choices for Youngsters:
For More Mature Kiddos:
If your kids have a love for books like mine do, I highly suggest checking out the Epic! App. Epic is a digital library for kids, up to age 12, and nurtures a love of reading and learning. The app has a read-along feature for younger kids and many of the books have audio versions. I love Epic! because it helps encourage the kids to want to read and learn on their own. For $7.99/month you get access to over 25,000 books! Available on iOS and Android.