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Best Books for 3-5 Years Kids

Hey everyone! Thank you so much for your overwhelming response to my debut post 'How To Raise A Reader'. Inspired by your responses, we have decided to write a series on books for kids.

Here's the first one about the best books for 3-5 years old kids.

3-5 years old kids are inquisitive in nature. They are discovering the world and are full of questions. They love to explore their surroundings, their belongings, and everything they come in contact with.

Naturally, you need lots of activities to keep them occupied and busy. Books are one of the best things that you can give your kids that can pacify their inquisitive minds and keep them occupied for a long time. 

Here are a few books our kid loved to read when he was a 3-5 years old kid. 

Best Books for 3-5 Years Kids



1. Peppa Pig: Little Library

Our son loves Peppa pig! So, when I discovered this set of books on Amazon, I had to get it. And to no one's surprise, my son loved it. You can also create a puzzle with the six books that can be solved easily. 

2. Hello, World! My Body (Illustration)

To answer 999 questions a day about his body, we got him this book. It's simple, well-illustrated with captions that are easy to understand.

3. Giraffes Can't Dance

A light-hearted story that was equally loved by our son and us. 

4. Touch Think Learn ABC

An awesome board book that is available on Amazon. It is highly interactive and that is why it can keep your child occupied for a long time. Our son loved it and will be your child. 

5. Panchatantra Tales

This timeless gem that we grew up on was our first choice when we wanted to introduce storybooks with morals. Panchatantra tales are loved by everyone and our kid was not an exception. 

6. Oxford Atlas

Well, this is not a storybook or an illustration but when our son was quizzing us relentlessly, I, being a Geography student, wanted to introduce him to the world of maps. So, we had an atlas and a globe that he spent hours looking at and drawing and watching YouTube videos on various countries. 

7. Waiting is not easy!

An excellent book that your kid would love to read. If you are looking for a book to introduce stories for your kid, this is one of the best books you can choose. It is available on Amazon

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