Comprehensive Reading List For Children

Posted By Tiffany on Jun 22, 2013


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Here's a comprehensive children’s reading list compiled according to the top five picks at each reading level, from infant to reading level 6. And get a FREE printable list to take to the Library or bookstore!

 

 

Here is my recommended Comprehensive Children’s Reading List.

 

You’ll notice that, for the most part, they are beloved classics.  It’s true that some of these classics are available to download free of charge to a tablet.  However, I find that my children would prefer a “real book” (their words, not mine 🙂 ), over words on a tablet. 

 

I’ve compiled the reading list according to my top five picks at each reading level, from infant to reading level 6, easily making it a comprehensive children’s reading list.  You can find these books from Amazon.com thru the links provided.


Infant to Age 2

 

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1. This sentimental bunny tale tugs on the heartstrings. There is also a DVD Storybook game available to turn this classic into an interactive tale.

2. A great way to build your baby’s first library with the ultimate night time story.

3. Experience the caterpillar’s journey of development in a humorous fashion.

4. A fun flip book.

5. Full of interactive word adventures.

 

Age 3 to 5

 

  1.  If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (If You Give…) by Laura Joffe Numeroff, illustrations by Felicia Bond
  2. The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss
  3. Corduroy (40th Anniversary Edition) by Freeman, Don (40th (fortieth) anniversary Edition) [Hardcover(2008)] by Don Freeman
  4. Curious George by H.A. Rey
  5. The Complete Tales and Poems of Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne

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1. An adorable fun story that may make you fall in love with mice or be careful what you wish for.

2. A classic that is a must for any beginner’s library. It also comes in App form for multiple platforms including iPad, Android & Kindle Fire.

3. A beloved bear at the center of a story about caring and empathy.

4. Mischievous monkey gets a giggle out of your preschooler.

5. A compilation of best-loved stories and poems in one book.

 

Age 6-8

 

  1. The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter
  2. Why?: The Best Ever Question and Answer Book about Nature, Science and the World around You by Catherine Ripley, illustrations by Scot Ritchie – this one obviously is not Fiction, but is a must read!
  3. Ramona the Pest (Ramona Quimby) by Beverly Cleary
  4. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
  5. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

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1. The first for Beatrix Potter and many argue it’s her best.

2. For the child who always asks “Why?” Make Science fun, and find out why soap is slippery in the process.

3. Another book on teaching empathy and counteracting bullying.

4. Book on morality presented in an entertaining fashion.

5. How a lonely book finds fulfillment in a delightful adventure.

 

 Age 9-11

 

  1. Charlotte’s Web (Trophy Newbery) by E.B.White
  2. Mr. Popper’s Penguins by Richard and Florence Atwater, illustrations by Robert Lawson
  3. Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
  4. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
  5. The Secret Garden (Classic Starts) by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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1. This is an all-time favorite, and it clearly demonstrates how to care for others.

2. A sweet yet funny read.

3. Features a heroine every pre-teen girl will identify with.

4. A true kid’s adventure!

5. A magical tale that stays with you a lifetime.

 

 

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I have!  

 

Want to take this list to the bookstore or Library? Click the box below.

You may also enjoy this Fun Bedtime Rhyming Game as an added part of your bedtime routine; it’s a favorite of my girls.

 

Here's a comprehensive children’s reading list compiled according to the top five picks at each reading level, from infant to reading level 6. And get a FREE printable list to take to the Library or bookstore!

 

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P.S. What are some of your favorite children’s books?

 

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