Sleepytime Stories/ 7 amazing books for children

Sleepytime Stories/ 7 amazing books for children

Sleepytime Stories/ 7 amazing books for children

Reading together is an important element to your child’s success in reading and creativity, but this is also a time in which you and your child can spend enjoying each other’s company, and sharing your love for one another.

7 amazing bedtime books to read with your children:

1. J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

This book has one truly amazing feature; you will really enjoy reading this story with your child, but both of you will see absolutely different things. Your child will be happy to hear this wonderful story about incredible adventures. And for adults, too, it will be a real eye-opener. How did it happen that we forgot how to fly? And is it possible to feel as free as you’re a child again?

2. Astrid Lindgren, Pippi Longstocking

Astrid Lindgren, Pippi Longstocking

All people from 6 to 86 years old will love this book! It’s full of real, invincible mischief that will make you get lost in admiration. It’s a perfect mixture of optimism and joy, and it will certainly give you and your child a lot of happy evenings.

3. Hans Christian Andersen, Fairy Tales

Hans Christian Andersen, Fairy Tales

It’s hard to imagine a childhood without children’s classics like ‘Thumbelina,’ ‘The Ugly Duckling,’ ‘Snow Queen,’ and other amazing fairy tales by this Dutch writer. It’s a special world where miracles and reality are so simple and naturally intertwined that it’s almost impossible to see the boundaries. Not without reason, love for Andersen’s fairy tales passes down through the ages

4. Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book

Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book

It’s a completely different fairy tale about exotic coasts and animals you haven’t even heard of, and about the wild jungle and its inhabitants. The stories will take you and your child far away to wonderful green places where wolves can become your friends and wild cats just walk around by themselves.

5. Pamela Lyndon Travers, Mary Poppins

Pamela Lyndon Travers, Mary Poppins

This is another story kids will definitely fall in love with at an early age, and they will be able to reread it many times in the future. Later the book will become a priceless reminder that it’s only us who create our own reality; that we can fill our lives with miracles or not, depending on our choices.

6. Michael Bond, A Bear Called Paddington

Michael Bond, A Bear Called Paddington

This story started at Paddington Station in London. A little bear arrived from ’Darkest Peru’ and was patiently waiting for someone to take him home. Luckily, he was found by one lovely family who adopted him. This book is really adorable, and cute Paddington will become a great friend for your family.

7. Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

This American boy is probably one of the most unique and original characters of all world literature. Let children have fun with him, seek treasure together, and be a pirate and a rogue. He will teach them how to always be curious.

/Kristiana Laska/

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