The Time Magazine Exclusive List: 100 Best Children’s Books.

I would also encourage you to read our list of 75 Books Every Child Must Read With Indian Authors because that also includes Indian landscapes, stories and nuances that are typical to us and growing up in Urban Indian cities. Here are the common books found in both the lists:Where the wild things are by Maurice SendakThe Giving Tree by Shel SilversteinHarold and the Purple CrayonbyCrockett JohnsonThe True Story of the Three Little Pigsby Jon ScieszkaDont Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus By Mo WilliamsThe Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf:Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Dayby Judith Viorst:The Cat in the Hat by DR.Seuss:he Gruffalo by Julia Donaladson:The very hungry caterpillar by Eric CarleIf You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff:The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt:The Berenstain Bears series by Stan and Jan Berenstain:Chicka Chicka Boom Boomby Bill Martin Jr and John ArchambaultAlso if you are looking at fun ways to read with your kids or wondering how to get them to read then watch author Payal Kapadia’s recommendations in our video below.
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The Time Magazine list of the Top 100 books for children is here. This one is a great guide on catching up on some classics if you are a first time parents. I would also encourage you to read our list of   75 Books Every Child Must Read With Indian Authors  because that also includes Indian landscapes, stories and nuances that are typical to us and growing up in Urban Indian cities. It is a list compiled by some of the best literary experts including authors, publishers and parents in India. But before that you must let us know how many of these have you read with your kids with our poll below.

Here are the common books found in both the lists:

Where the wild things are by Maurice Sendak

The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

Harold and the Purple Crayon by Crockett Johnson

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka

Dont Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus by Mo Williams

The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf

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

The Cat in the Hat by Dr.Seuss

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaladson

The very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff

The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr and John Archambault

The Berenstain Bears series by Stan and Jan Berenstain

Also if you are looking at fun ways to read with your kids or wondering how to get them to read then watch author Payal Kapadia's recommendations in our video below.

Here you go: Here is the exclusive Time Magazine List of The 100 Best Children's Books. The list has books that your kids absolutely must read.

If you have read:

10 – 20 books: Then you must keep this list handy on your next visit to the library. There is a whole wide world of books available out there and you need to read them.

20 – 30 books: That's a modest number. This means you love books and just need a little more referring while picking your next lot. You must try a few Indian books too.

30 – 40 books: Well done! That's a good number and we would love for you to comment below and let us know your other favourites too.

40 – 50 books: You are halfway there and we know it's not going to be long till you get there. It also implies that you love books and reading all about them before you pick it off the shelf. You clearly don't judge a book by its cover but prefer bestseller lists.

50+ books: Commendable. We would love to know what you are reading at the moment.


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