75 Books Every Child Must Read (Indian Authors Included)

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My first interaction with children’s books was at the hospital when I delivered my first daughter. I was gifted a set of first-read and nursery rhyme books. Of course, after reading all over the web about how the child absorbs everything that he listens and sees, I wasn’t surprised that reading would begin soon for me and my kid.

At first, I bought a lot of books each time I visited a local book store. As a mom who loves to make an informed decision(one of the reasons I started KSP) I would read many popular bestseller lists and must-read book lists for kids, check reviews on Amazon, Barnes & Nobles & Goodreads. I see a lot of you nodding in agreement.

My first interaction with Indian authors for children was when the daughter was 18 months old. That’s the time I also started reading to her in multiple languages and realized how important it is to get our kids to read content that’s closer to home. The global must-read lists are great but it’s important to include the books by a lot of Indian authors who are doing a fantastic job in creating stories that have Indian values, culture, and an urban Indian set-up.

The way a lot of mothers choose books is typically at local book stores, book readings, or must-read book lists. That’s when I decided that we have absolutely no list that is curated by experts and mothers and it’s time to give our readers that balanced list between Indian and International authors. I hope this list will serve as a guide in buying great books for your children and inculcate the love for reading early on.

A big thank you to my trusted friends for taking the time to share their reccos that helped me put together this list: 

  • Lubaina Bandukwala, a journalist by profession but a children’s writer and editor by inclination.
  • Preeti Vyas, mom and Chief Executive Officer & President, Amar Chitra Katha
  • Devaki Bhujang Gajare, mom and Founder of Little Readers’ Nook
  • Richa Sethi, mom, and co-founder of The Junior Writers Bug 

Up to 3 years 

1.The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle:   A brilliant picture book about a caterpillar’s journey to blooming into a Butterfly. It is a picture book for kids, designed, illustrated, and written by Eric Carle, published in 1969. What we often miss out on and what I figured out much later is that it’s not just a book that you can use while the kids are young. With every stage in a kid’s life- the book too evolves. First, it’s a story, then you learn about different foods, different colours, counting, days of the week and finally about match concepts about small, big, bigger and finally about the life-cycle of a butterfly. Shop Here

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

2. The Shape of Me and Other Stuff- Dr Seuss:  Kids get to learn about various shapes and sizes in an adventurous way. This book by Dr Seuss is more useful for Babies and Toddlers. Shop Here

The Shape of Me and Other Stuff by Dr. Seuss

3. Ten in The Bed by Penny Dale: This book By Penny Dale is sure to become your kids’ favorite bedtime story. The book is a spectacular bedtime read featuring one little child, nine nursery animals, and a bedtime song. Shop Here

Ten in the Bed by Penny Dale

4.The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf: Have you ever met a bull who isn’t interested in Bullfights? Meet this bull who is more interested in smelling flowers than getting into fights. Kids will love this Bull Story by Munro Leaf. Shop Here

The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf

 5. The frogs and their monster by Gurumayi Chidvilasanada:  A story based on frogs living peacefully in a pond. And, then suddenly a monster turns up and the fun begins. This story teaches the kids to be courageous. Shop Here

The frogs and their monster Gurumayi Chidvilasananda

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6. The Great Hiss by Gurumayi Chidvilasanada: A story based on a cobra who turns non-violent on a piece of advice given to him by a teacher. Kids learn to be smart in a non-violent way without hurting others. Shop Here

The Great Hiss by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda

7. Stuck by Oliver Jeffers:  A picture book by Oliver Jeffers that is a must-read for every kid. Can a problem be solved by throwing things at it? Find out how. Shop Here

Stuck, Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers(1)

2.5  – 7 years 

8. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson: You will find this one in every bookshelf in a kids’ room but it didn’t make it to ours. The daughter was always scared of Gruffalo. The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson is based on the story of a mouse, who is the central character of the story, taking a walk in the woods. The book also has a sequel to it named The Gruffalo’s child. With many different stories and experiences with activity books as well- Gruffalo makes a soft spot in your heart forever. Shop Here

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler

9. Charlie Cook’s Favorite Book by Axel Scheffler:  The book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler is a hilarious book for kids. The story begins with a pirate who has his favorite book along with Goldilocks and a knight who have their own favorite book. The story entertains the child in every way and concludes in a surprising manner. Shop Here

Charlie Cook

10. Sunu Sunu Snail by Sandhya Rao:  Lights, action, and Sunu along with stunning illustrations is what makes it such a favourite book among kids. Kids love the name Sunu Sunu and the little snail will create a space in your child’s heart forever. Shop Here

Sunu-Sunu Snail by Sandhya Rao

11. Bookasura: The Adventures of Bala and the Book – Eating Monster by Arundhati Venkatesh: Bookasura is a story about a boy Bala how he outwits the book eating monster with his clever plan. The author was genious enough to interlink the famous Indian cartoon character Chota Bheem and the names of the ten books appropriately. Shop Here

12.  Princess Easy Pleasy by Natasha SharmaThis rollicking picture book written by Natasha Sharma and illustrated by Priya Kuriyan guarantees many laughs.  “Kuriyan depicts the tantrum-prone princess and her comically dismayed entourage with a range of skin colours nearly as individual as the styles of their brightly patterned traditional dress. Along with such universal funny business as a dog lifting its leg in one chaotic scene and an elephant delivering a massive mound of poop in another, her rollicking cartoons feature sights from each locale.” Shop Here

13. The Tiger who came to Tea by Judith Kerr: What happens when a Tiger enters your House? Little Sophie has a tiger visiting her one day and the story is about how he manages to eat every morsel in the house leaving Sophie surprised and hungry. Shop Here

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr

14. Excuse me is this India? by Anushka RavishankarAn unusual book on travel through a child’s imagination- this one by Anushka Ravishankar portrays the story in verses. The Indian textiles, art, people, and various places in India are portrayed beautifully. Shop Here

Excuseme, is this India by Anita Leutwiler, Anushka Ravishankar

15. Grandma’s Bag of Stories by Sudha Murthy: Memories of a grandparent spinning tales around animals and mysterious characters have kept many of us rapt to date. Sudha Murty’s Grandma’s Bag of Stories is simply delightful. The story starts with Anand, Krishna, Raghu, and Meena arriving at their grandparents’ house in Shiggaon. Overjoyed Ajji and Ajja(Grandmother and grandfather in Kannada) get the house ready, while Ajji prepares delicious snacks for children. Finally, time comes when everyone gathers around Ajji, as she opens her big bag of stories. She tells stories of kings and cheats, princesses and onions, monkeys and mice and scorpions and hidden treasures. Shop Here

16. Pashu by Devdutt PattanaikA unique feature of Hindu mythology is the key role played by animals or pashu. The Puranas, ancient Hindu story chronicles, reveal that Brahma, the creator, had a son called Kashyapa, whose many wives gave birth to different types of pashu. This book retells their stories. With over 75 gorgeously illustrated anecdotes, Devdutt Pattanaik reveals how our ancestors imagined the animal kingdom and the key role animals played in human lives. Shop Here

17. My Mothers Sari by Sandhya RaoThe book is about a little girl who imagines her Mother’s Saree to be a river when it is blue and a train when it is red. The illustrations are brilliant and paves way for lots of imagination. One of my favourites from Sandhya Rao. Shop Here

My Mother

18. Wolvesby Emily Gravett: Wolves by Emily Gravett is a picture book for kids published in 2005. The book talks about the journey of the Rabbit as he visits the library to borrow the book based on Wolves. It leaves the child imagining the story with all twists and turns. Also, the visuals used in the story depict the story well. Shop Here

Wolves by Emily Gravett

19. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff: A book by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond, this award-winning book is perfect for beginners and storytime. The story revolves around a hungry little mouse and the difficulties one faces after the mouse shows up at your doorsteps. The book is a great first introduction to Mouse, the star of the “If You Give” series. Shop Here

If You Give A Mouse A Cookie by Felicia Bond

20. Where the Wild Things Areby Maurice Sendak: This picture book classic by Maurice Sendak is based on a boy named Max, his fantasies, and the consequences he has to face due to his mischief and all the wild things he does.The book continues to be one of the most loved books for kids and has even been a source of inspiration for movies and opera. Shop Here

Where Are The Wild Things by Maurice Senoak

21. Chicka Chicka Boom Boomby Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault: A best-selling book for kids by Bill Martin, Jr.and John Archambault, illustrated by Lois Ehlert. It’s an alphabet book that introduces kids to letters. Shop Here

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault

22. The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt: Written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers: Have you opened your color box and found letters instead of colors saying “They Quit” ? No, never- right?! But by reading this funny story you will actually feel that the crayons too have feelings. Shop Here

The Day The Crayons Quit by Oliver Jeffers

23. Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram:  This book by Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram depicts the story  of Little Nutbrown Hare and his love for his father.The story and the illustrations make it a good book to read. And, also it’s a story based on the love between daddy and his son, as such stories are very rare to find. Shop Here

Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney

24. Malgudi Days by R.K Narayan: A collection of short stories by R.K. Narayan published in 1943.The book includes 19 stories set in the fictional town of Malgudi.The book was also adapted into a television series. This is one book that I have read repeatedly and it has had a lasting impact on me. Shop Here

Malgudi Days by R.K. Narayan

25. Aaloo Maaloo Kaaloo by Pratham books: The simplicity and rhyme of this book by Pratham books are what sets it apart. The hidden learning about Potatoes growing underground is an added learning. The book is available in many Indian languages and we love the Hindi version. Shop Here

Aaloo Maaloo Kaaloo by Pratham books

26. Bosky’s Panchtantra by Gulzar:  If you are a fan of Gulzar Sahab’s work, then let your kids read his book. Bosky’s Panchatantra by Gulzar is a set of five different books comprising stories from Panchtantra. Shop Here

Bosky

27. Tiger on the Tree by Anushka Ravishankar: Kids are afraid of Tigers, aren’t they? But by reading this they won’t be scared of the horrifying animal anymore. The story by Anuskha Ravishankar is based on a Tiger who is caught by the Villagers. But, in the end the villagers make a surprising decision on what to do with the Tiger. The book with its surprising twists and tales keeps the child hooked to it. Shop Here

Tiger on a Tree by Anushka Ravishankar and Pulak Biswas

28. Alphabet Dress Up by Nalini Sorenson: A new age alphabet book that introduces kids to alphabets and adds up as an aid to the imagination while playing dress up. The Rhymes and the colourful illustrations make the book a must-read for all Indian kids. Read our review here  Shop Here

Alphabet Dress Up by Nalini Sorensen

29. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by Judith ViorstThis book published in 1972 revolves around the story of a boy named Alexander, as he wakes up with gum on his hair, and everything else gets worse as the day progresses. The story will charm readers of all ages making them love it.Shop Here

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No good, Very Bad Day by Judith Viorst

30. Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett JohnsonDoes a crayon have the power to create the world? Read this story that revolves around a boy, who with his purple crayon has the power to create a world of his own by simply drawing with it. The book led to a series of other books and inspired many adaptations. Shop Here

Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson

31. The Heart and the Bottleby Oliver Jeffers:The story is based on a girl who lives a life full of wonders, until one day something happened that she had to take her heart and put it in a safe place.Kids will love this interesting story filled with drama.The language is simple for the kids to read accompanied by beautiful illustrations. Shop Here

The Heart and the Bottle by Oliver Jeffers

32. Children who Smelt the Rat by Allan Ahlberg:  The story revolves around the lives of the Gaskitt Family.The book has short chapters and great illustrations and funny moments which makes it hugely entertaining. Shop Here

The Children Who Smelled A Rat by Allan Ahlberg

33. The True Story of the Three Little Pigsby Jon ScieszkaIllustrations by Lane Smith. The book depicts the story of three little pigs from the wolf’s point of view. The illustrations and the humour involved make it a must-read. Shop Here

The Three Little Pigs by Paul Gimatti, Zach Braff

34. The Berenstain Bears series by Stan and Jan Berenstain:  A series of children’s books by Stan and Jan Berenstain provides a moral and safety lesson at the end of each story. Their stories revolve around the family of bears. The Berenstain Bears series is great as a first experience book for preschoolers. Shop Here

The Berenstain Bears by Stan and Jan Berenstain

35. Billionaire Boy by David Williams: Kids will learn about the well-known phrase, “Friends are our greatest treasure”- through this book. Shop Here

Billionaire Boy by David Williams

 36. The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson:   This Classic by Frances Hodgson Burnett published in 1910, portrays the story of a 10-year old orphan named Mary, a spoiled brat. The book discloses the story of The Secret Garden at Misselthwaite Manor. And how the girl starts thinking about people and their feelings. The book is a joy to read and an eye-opener for many young kids who don’t respect their older ones. Shop Here

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

37. The Cat in the Hat by DR.Seuss:  This book by Dr.Seuss makes reading a complete joy. The book is based on the two boys named Dick and Sally who are having a sad day until a cat in the hat shows up and makes it an adventurous day. The rhymes and the language used in the book will make it complete entertaining. The book was adapted for various media, theatre, TV, and educational software. If your kids don’t warm up to The Cat in the Hat don’t worry you’re not the only one. But no one teaches rhyme as he does. Shop Here

The Cat in the Hat by Dr. Seuss

38. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl:  This book was published in 1964 by Roald Dahl and features the adventures of young Charlie Bucket inside the chocolate factory of eccentric chocolatier Willy Wonka.The story was originally inspired by Roald Dahl’s experience of Chocolate Companies during school days. Shop Here

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

39. The Treasure Island by Louis Stevenson: This book by Robert Louis Stevenson was published in 1883.This adventurous novel narrates the story of Buccaneers and buried gold. The story contains drama and characters that keep kids entertaining through the end. Shop Here

The Treasure Island by Louis Stevenson_kidsstoppress

40. The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein: Can a tree serve love to a child all his life? Kids get to read this story based on the boy and the serving tree. A picture book for kids written and published in 1964 by Shel Silverstein is touted to be one of the most divisive books in Children’s literature. The book is based on the equation between the boy and the Tree. The tree gives the boy selfless love all his life. The story is an interesting one for kids to read. Shop Here

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

41. Don’t let the Pigeon drive the bus by Moo WillemsA children’s picture book by Moo Willems depicting the story of the bus driver who asks the readers to not allow the pigeon to drive the bus. Let the kids read the book to know what happens next. The animated version of the book won the 2010 Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children’s Video. Shop Here

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42. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson: One of the most well-known children’s books based on a girl named Alice and her fantasy world. The book relates to the kids giving wings to their imaginations. Shop Here

alice in wonderland_kidsstoppress

43. Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann:  Pinkalicious can be any girl’s best friend and the obsession for everything pink is what resonates with all girls. Pinkalicious is a character-shaping book for young girls. Shop Here

Pinkalicious by Victoria

44. Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You Seeby Bill Martin: A picture book by Bill Martin Jr and Eric Carle published in 1967.The book is designed to help kids associated colors and meanings to objects. Shop Here

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See by Bill Martin Jr- Eric Carle

45. Wishing Chair Series by Enid Blyton: If your kids love stories related to magic, then this is the book I would surely recommend. The wishing chair series by Enid Blyton is based on the adventures of two boys named Mollie and Peter who discover a wishing chair. Shop Here

Wishing Chair Series by Enid Blyton

46. Dorje’s stripes by Anshumani Rudra: Have you ever discovered a tiger without stripes? Anushumani Rudra gets you across a Royal Bengal Tiger in a small Buddhist monastery in Tibet. Kids learn about the mystery behind the tiger without the stripes. Shop Here

Dorje

47. Sameer’s house by Deepa Hari, Deepa Balsavar: Kids go on a well illustrated journey based on the Universe. A story depicts the idea to show kids how everyone is a small part of the universe. The strong illustrations by Nina Sabani takes the kids on a wonderful visual journey of the universe. Shop Here

Sameer

48. Ismat’s Eid by Fawzia Gilani Williams: Find out what the shoemaker Ismat gets as his Eid gift.This adaptation of the Turkish tale will have the kids laughing all through the story. Also, the wonderful illustrations by Roy makes the characters come alive. Shop Here

Ismat

49. Excuses, Excuses by Anushka Ravishankar: Whenever you confront kids on why they did something, they always come up with some or the other excuse. Make them read this story by Anushkha Ravishankar, which is based on a boy named Neel who finds himself punished every week due to his list of excuses. Shop Here

Excuses Excuses by Anushka Ravishankar

50. Moin and the monster by Anushka Ravishankar  What happens when a monster asks you to do something for him? You get frightened don’t you? Find out what happens to Moin after he meets the Monster. Kids will be laughing all through the book wondering about the consequences that Moin has to face due to his meeting with the Monster. Shop Here

Moin and the Monster by Anushka Ravishankar

51. Catch that crocodile by Anushka Ravishankar: Kids get to read about an amazing tale of a crocodile that enters the town and what havoc he creates. The story ends with a delightful twist and turn. The illustrations by Pulak Biswa makes this book a must-have. Shop Here

Catch that Crocodile by Anushka Ravishankar

52. Black Beauty by Anna Sewell: All the animal loving kids will love this story by Anna Sewell based on a horse named Black Beauty. The story revolves around the life of the horse since childhood. Shop Here

black beauty_kidsstoppress

53. The story of the Little Red Hen by Diane Maldrow:  A story based on the Little Red hen who plants her wheat. Graphics by the illustrator J.P Miller make the animals come alive. Kids will surely love reading this colorful book enveloped with a story that inculcates the quality of teamwork within the kids. Shop Here

The Little Red Hen by Diane Muldrow

54. The Incredible Book eating boy by Oliver Jeffers A story about a boy who loves eating books. And with eating them he becomes the smartest boy in the world. Until one day he is down with a sick stomach. What happens next is for the kids to find out. This book is a must have on every book shelf as it teaches a great lesson to kids.Shop Here

The Incredible Book eating boy by Oliver Jeffers

55. Spells by Emily Gravett: Find out what happens when a frog tries to spell words. This book by Emily Gravett has many laugh aloud moments with a fairy tale ending.Shop Here

Spells by Emily Gravett

56. A color of his own by Leo Lioni: A story that depicts the importance of Companionship in one’s life through the tale of a chameleon. The colorful illustrations add a charm to the story. Shop Here

Leo Lionni A colour of his own

57. An extraordinary egg by Leo Lioni: A hilarious tale of a mistaken identity that is sure to delight the kids. We usually find a chicken coming out of an egg. Find out what happens when a long scaly green creature comes out of it! Shop Here

Leo Lionni, An extraordinary egg

9-17 years:

 58. Charlotte’s Web by E. B. WhiteA Children’s novel published in 1952 by Harper &Brothers is based on the pig and his friendship with a barn spider. Kids learn the lessons of friendship and loyalty. The book is also adapted into an animated feature. Shop Here

Charlottes web_kidsstoppress

59. Harry Potter Series: A must-have on every kid’s bookshelves. The famous Harry Potter series features many genres of fantasy, thriller, action, romance and keeps the kids enthralled with its varied twists and turns. Shop Here

Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling

60. The Little Prince: The most read and the most translated book in French was published in 1943 by  Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. It is a poetic tale with watercolor illustrations portraying the story of a pilot stranded in a dessert who happens to meet a young prince fallen on the Earth from a tiny asteroid. Shop Here

The Little Prince by Antonie De Saint Exupery

61. The Wonderful Wizard of OZ by Frank Baum: The book is based on the adventures of a girl on the land of Oz after being swept away from her farm home in a cyclone. This book written by Frank Baum was published in 1990. Shop Here

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62. Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh: A children’s novel described as a milestone in children’s literature and a classic that was published in 1964.The book is based on a eleven year old writer who aspires to become a spy. The girl writes down stories about her close ones and how they get hold of the book. The book is filled with a range of emotions and twists. Shop Here

Harriet The Spy by Louise Fitzhugh

63. Wisha Wozzawriterby Payal Kapadia: This book by Payal Kapadia is based on a girl named Wisha who aspires to become a writer. As the story unfolds the girl knows how to fulfill her dreams of becoming a writer. The illustrations by Roger Dahl make the characters come alive.Shop Here

Wisha Wozzaritter by Payal Kapadia

64. Haroun and the Sea of Storiesby Salman Rushdie: A children’s book by the well known author Salman Rushdie talks about the problems existing in the Indian Society from the viewpoint of the young protagonist Haroun. The book was published in 1990. Shop Here

Haroun by Salman Rushdie

65. Matilda by Roald Dahl:  Let the kids explore the story of a young girl named Matilda who is gifted with magical powers. The book was published in 1988 written by British Author Roald Dahl and illustrations by Quentin Blake. Matilda is one of our favourites from the duo -Roald Dahl & Quentin Blake. Shop Here

Matilda by Roald Dahl

66. The six spellmakers of Dorabji Street by Shabnam Minawala: A delightful read for the kids of all the age groups by journalist Shabnam Minawala. The story revolves around  a group of children residing in Dorabji Street and how the children plan a conspiracy against their nasty neighbors. The illustrations by Svabhu Kohli makes reading the book indeed magical. Shop Here

The Six Spellmakers of Dorabji Street by Shabnam Minwalla

67. Mathematwist by T V Padma: A book especially for all the mathematics lovers by TV Padma. The author pens downs stories from across all the countries. Each story presents a brain tricking story making kids smart enough to solve the problems. Shop Here

Mathematwist by TV Padma

68. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain:  A novel based on a young boy growing around the Mississippi river.The story is set along the fictional town of the St. Petersburg. Kids will love this story inspired by the author’s life as a youth. Shop Here

The Adeventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain

69. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott: One of my personal favorite book, that depicts the story of four sisters, each with a different personality.  Learn how they share their joys and sorrow while growing up. This book is one my favourites and has had a lasting impression on me as a young girl. Shop Here

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

70. Horrible Histories, Horrible Science series:  A series of stories published by Scholastic, and a part of the Horrible history franchise. The books are designed for kids to engage them in history by presenting unusual, gory or unpleasant aspect tongue-in cheek manner in contrast to formality of lessons taught in school. The books are written by Terry Deary, Neil Tonge and many. Shop Here

Horrible Histories, Horrible Science series

71. Wonder by RJ Palacio:  Kids often get scared of people or other kids who seem to be looking weird. This story will change their thinking. A story based on a school going boy who has a facial deformity. The book tends to convince his classmates that even he is normal like them. The story will have kids laughing and wiping tears all together. Shop Here

Wonder by R J Palacio

72. The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate: Meet this gorilla who watches TV Shows, eats bananas, makes artwork that are sold by his owner. The story is beautifully scripted and has won several awards. Shop Here 

The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

73. Flora and Ulysses by Kate DeCamillo: An adventurous story about Flora and Ulysses with a whole lot of drama with twists and turns. The book makes up for an exciting read for kids who love adventures story. Shop Here 

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Flora and Belle by Kate DeCamillo

74. Alexander and the wind-up mouse- Leo Lionni:  A gentle fable that explores the magic of friendship depicts a story based on an interesting tale between a real mouse and a mechanical one. Shop Here

Leo Lionni Alexander and the wind-up mouse

75.  Journey to the river Sea by Eva Ibbotson: An adventurous novel for kids that conveys the author’s vision of the Amazon river. The book is set mainly in Brazil in the early twentieth century. Shop Here

Eva Ibbotson Journey to the river Sea

There are so many books that come to my mind which will make this list never-ending. We would love to know your favourite books from both Indian and international authors, so do leave your feedback in the comments below. Also, don’t forget to check out our learning division KSP Summer Fun Factory– where you can access 45+ courses for kids that help engage them mindfully this summer! 

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