Children’s books are all about imagination and colorful lessons. And these four are the best of the bunch for sparking the imagination in your child. From super heroes to invisible friends, our kids know how to have fun, and these books celebrate that.
"The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend"
Every child has an imaginary friend at some point, and this story tells the tale of one such imaginary friend who is looking for a real child to play with. Winner of the 2015 Caldecott Medal, this New York Times bestseller is sweet and beautifully illustrated. You won’t want to miss out on this one.
"The Book with No Pictures"
Kids love books for the story and for the artwork. But what if you took the artwork away? "The Book with No Pictures" is a #1 New York Times bestseller that has zero pictures, and that’s the best part. It’s silly and it’s fun because whoever is reading it has to sing the songs and make the sounds like blaggity and bluurf. And kids love that. And with no pictures, they have to use their minds to see it for themselves.
"Why is the Moon Following Me?"
Kids ask a lot of questions that either we don’t have the answers to, or the answers are way too long to explain. "Why is the Moon Following Me?" is a book of fun poems that teach children about one of the things they are most curious about – the night sky. It will inspire your child to learn about all of the discoveries we have made in astronomy and all that we have yet to learn.
"T-Rex Terror Picture Book (Dino Supersaurus)"
This book has mesmerized my daughters. It’s got a comic book style with engaging characters including a group of super hero dinosaurs. Will they be able to save New Dino City from T-Rex? All kids have a super side, and this book will help bring out their natural inclination to help others and imagine a world in which they can make a difference.