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Books to Read to Celebrate Children’s Book Day

Today is a very special day for children and fans of children’s books everywhere. Not only does this special day mark the birth of Hans Christian Andersen, acclaimed author of stories such as The Little Mermaid, The Ugly Duckling, and The Princess and the Pea, but April 2nd also celebrates the works of children’s books from around the world. In honor of this special day, we have curated eight excellent books to share with your children.

 

This Caldecott winning tale will be sure to delight your child as you read about a mother duck searching for her missing duckling, only to find that he was never missing at all.

Recommended for children two and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level 7A

This spring-themed book reinforces the power of perseverance, hard-work, and a daily routine as one boy patiently and diligently cares for his carrot seed.

Recommended for children four and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level 7A

This enduring story of a department store teddy bear will be sure to spark your child’s imagination about what it would be like to live in a department store.

Recommended for children four and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level BI

This fantastic and humorous tale about how one sly fox continuously outsmarts three farmers will take your child on a wild adventure.

Recommended for children seven and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level BII

This classic and beloved children’s book not only showcases the themes of friendships and loyalty but also the importance of words and their effect on readers.

Recommended for children eight and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level CII

This timeless and heart-warming tale of a horse’s life during the Victorian era is a great book for animal-loving readers of all ages.

Recommended for children nine and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level E

Your children will be sure to love this classic coming of age fantasy novel about three children who travel through time and space in order to rescue their missing father.

Recommended for children ten and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level G

This spirited and whimsical story combines rhyming text with introductory multiplication practices as one hundred ants march toward a picnic.

Recommended for children four and older

Kumon Recommended Reading Level 5A

Which children’s books will you read with your children to celebrate Children’s Book Day?