The 9 Books That All Children And Young People Should Read

All Children And Young People Should Read

The 9 Books That All Children And Young People Should Read

Once upon a time, in a distant distant era, a wonderful world made up of stories, dragons, princesses, fairies and kings, magical animals and child prodigies.

Millions of characters and millions of stories lived happily and never died, in that splendid and wonderful world made of printed paper, ink and letters carefully placed next to each other. ”

The world of books has colored the childhood of all children and, although today perhaps they have been replaced by ebooks, one fact remains: there are stories that every child should read, books that should be in every room, little heroes who will contribute to make our children the great men and women of the future.

Among the great classics and perhaps unknown books, here are the 9 books that, in our opinion, all children and young people should read!

1- The giving tree by Shel Silverstein

The giving tree by Shel Silverstein
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Semi-unknown in Italy but very famous abroad, L’albero is a touching and delicate little book, which tells the story of a friendship and how it changes with the passage of time, to then prove itself strong, just like a tree.

Recommended: children ages 6 and up
To read to: children aged 4 and up

2- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Who doesn’t know the story of Willy Wonka and his splendid chocolate bars?

This book has been brought to the big screen in two fantastic versions, but nothing will overcome the charm that Dahl has been able to describe in the book.

We also recommend the sequel, “The Great Crystal Lift” and other books by Dahl’s children, milestones in the formation of hundreds of children: “Matilda” and “Il GGG”.

Recommended for: children ages 8 and up
To read to: children aged 5 and up

3- Cion Cion Blu by Pinin Carpi

Cion Cion Blu by Pinin Carpi
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Cion Cion Blu is a Chinese peasant, dressed in blue and orange. He lives with his dog Blu, the cat A Ran Cion and the Bluino fish, under an umbrella planted in a field of orange trees. Cion Cion Blu has nothing else and is happy. One morning he wakes up in the snow. And his adventure begins.
This book is a long fairy tale, centered on the good and pure figure of Cion Cion Blu, a jewel to be read whispering before going to sleep.

Recommended for: children aged 6 and up
To read to: children from 2 years upwards

4- The little prince by Antoine De SainT-Exupéry

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The classic par excellence, the most widely read children’s book. A precious little book to read and reread at all ages: as children, to learn love and friendship, as adults, to remind us that we have all been children.

Recommended for: children from 9 years upwards
To read to: children aged 5 and up

5- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Frank Baum
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A long epic adventure, one of those immortal fables that everyone should know. On an extraordinary journey through fields of magical tulips and porcelain cities, a funny company of friends heads towards the castle in the magician, each with something to ask: they will later discover that, in reality, they already possess it.

Recommended for: children ages 8 and up
To read to: children aged 4 and up

6- Telephone Tales by Gianni Rodari

Telephone Tales by Gianni Rodari
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A dad who can’t be home to say good-night to his daughter and then, every evening at 9 o’clock, calls her to tell her a story. Moving stories that play with words, letters, numbers, impossible stories, which touch the hearts of the telephone operators who listen to it, who interrupt their work every day to listen to them. Do you bet that your children will be enchanted too?

Recommended for: children aged 6 and up
To read to: children from 2 years upwards

7 – Just So Stories for Little Children by Ruyard Kipling

Just So Stories for Little Children
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Do you know why the elephant has such a long trunk? And why does the camel have humps? Do you know why the whale has a narrow throat or how the first letter was written? If you know it is because when you were a child someone read this book and now it is your task to pass on the tales of these magical and unforgettable myths.

Recommended for: children aged 6 and up
To read to: children from 2 years upwards

8- The Canvas by Carlotta by E.B. White

The Canvas by Carlotta by E.B. White
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Recently the best children’s book of all time has been declared by a survey. You may not believe the polls, but this book is worth the title it receives. It tells the story of the piglet Wilbur and Carlotta, a special spider and even a little philosopher. A book full of poetry that celebrates friendship and the ability to accept what is different.

Recommended for: children ages 8 and up
To read to: children aged 4 and up

9- Where Wild Things Are by D. Eggers

Where Wild Things Are by D. Eggers
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Do not be frightened by the title “monstrous” (and do not let your children do it!), This book is a gem of illustration for children, where these “wild creatures” are actually sweet and affectionate in their own way. A lush and enchanted world created by the imagination of a child sent to bed without dinner, who lives the greatest adventure of his life.

Recommended for: children aged 5 and up
To read to: children from 4 years upwards

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