Books for your kids in every age group

Books for your kids in every age group

Books are magic. They’re the best way to learn and grow, and they can be enjoyed by all ages. Whether you’re looking for a book on a specific topic or one that’ll entertain your kids, we’ve got you covered! Here are our suggestions for books appropriate for each age group:

3 to 5 years

Preschoolers are at the stage of learning how to read and think. They love books, but they don’t want to spend too much time on them. Preschoolers also tend to be very visual in their learning, so it’s important that your children’s books have colorful illustrations and engaging text that will keep their attention as they learn.

You may want to choose books with fewer words than those for older children—around 20 words per page or less—so you can read them aloud together as a family; this will help build reading skills while also giving everyone something fun to look at!

5 to 7 years

Now is the perfect time to start reading to your kids. They’re old enough to understand what you’re saying, and they’ll enjoy the activities that come with reading together. Here are some tips for how to read with them:

Read books with them—and ask questions about what they’ve just read!

Make sure that each book you choose has a theme or character that appeals to both of you (and ask if there are any other books like it). This will help keep things interesting and make sure everyone gets something out of their time together.

Read books that interest both of you; this will help ensure everyone gets something out of their time together as well!

7 to 9 years

If your child is 7 to 9 years old, then you’ll want to make sure they’re reading books that are fun and interesting. Books like these can help them learn about different subjects, as well as develop their reading skills.

You might also consider giving them some of these titles:

  • Fun & Fancy Free by Richard Scarry (ages 5-8)
  • The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore (ages 3-5)
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle (ages 4-7)

9 to 12 years

9 to 12 years is a good age range for kids who are just starting to read on their own. Books in this age group can be appropriate for boys and girls, but they should not be too child friendly. If a book is aimed at younger children, it’s likely that it will have illustrations that aren’t very detailed or complicated. In addition, the language used may seem childish (e.g., “I’m hungry”).

Books in this age range should also be educational—not just fun stories with characters who solve problems using magic powers! You’ll want your son or daughter reading something like The Secret Garden or Charlotte’s Web so they can learn about nature and animals; maybe even some classic fairy tales such as Snow White or Cinderella (but only if those books aren’t already overplayed).

12 and up years

It’s a great time to be a kid! You can read these books with your kids, and they’ll enjoy them just as much as you did when you were young.

The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins. These are the first four books in the trilogy that follows Katniss Everdeen as she becomes part of a rebellion against an oppressive government. Her friends help her through some tough times, especially Rue who dies but comes back to life later on in the story.

The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling. These seven books follow young wizard Harry Potter from his 11th birthday until he graduates from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry at 17 years old (a pretty long time). He has many adventures along the way including saving Sirius Black from imprisonment at Azkaban Prison where Dementors live; defeating Voldemort himself; saving Cedric Diggory’s life during Quidditch World Cup finals; marrying Ginny Weasley after defeating Voldemort once again…and so much more!

Books are the best!!!!

By reading, you’re learning new words. You’ll also be learning new ideas, skills, and facts about the world around you—and that’s just for starters! Reading is an excellent way to learn something new every day (and there are plenty of books out there that can teach you something entirely different from what they cover in one sitting).

So, if you have a kid that needs some help reading and learning, books are the best. And we would like to tell you that we’ve got a variety of eBooks just for kids to have fun and learn at the same time….

Get the eBooks here and let your kid to get started off on the right foot, so grabbing!