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5 Year Olds Should Read These Funny 8 Books

Literature to enhance the youngest minds.

Wonderful adventures with messages about bravery, unity, and amazement at the discovery of new things. That’s what all the books for 5 years old should contain for them to pick up on those themes and develop around them.

Not to set aside the installment of values and virtues that a narrative can have, but these are 5-year-old kids! And kids need, no, demand to have fun as much as they can handle. And that’s exactly what they are gonna get by reading with these books that 5-year-olds should definitively read.

#1 Genius Is: Genius is YOU by Myesha Monique Collins

Genius Is: Genius is YOU by Myesha Monique CollinsGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Youth are now more technologically advanced, more enlightened to opportunities, and have the ability to create whatever they desire. The oppotunities are limitless and learning more about the natural genius within provides natural self esteem. Becoming a business owner at the age of 6 is now a common trend. Genius Is, is an Empowerment, Self Love, Self Esteem, Self Value and Natural genius work.

Written by Award Winning Activist, Empowerment Not for Profit Founder Myesha Monique Collins and Co-Authored by her 8 year old nephew Elias Alexander Hardaway. Genius Is allows the discovery of a new mindset. That the natural Genius is always there, it only needs nurturing. Genius Is, is not only a book, it’s an introduction to a new vision of life as we know it. Parents and children alike have been able to create and build relationships and ideas from reading this book together!

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#2 Finding Your Path – A Happy Start to School by Amba Brown

Finding Your Path - A Happy Start to School by Amba BrownGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

A fun and original way to socially, emotionally and practically prepare children around the world for starting school. Playful and engaging, this beautifully designed resource is for every child starting to wonder about starting school and needing that little bit of support, encouragement or insight into school life.

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#3 Princess Wiggly: Exercise and nutrition for children by Dan DeFigio

Princess Wiggly: Exercise and nutrition for children by Dan DeFigio Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This entertaining children’s story tells how Princess Wiggly frees children from the unhealthy influences of the lazy-loving Couch Potato and his trouble-making sidekick, the Slug Monster.

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#4 You Are Your Strong by Danielle Dufayet

You Are Your Strong by Danielle DufayetGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Soothing and empowering,You Are Your Strong reassures kids that they can handle big emotions and highlights the benefit of developing inner strength and confidence in oneself. With diverse characters and scenes featuring a range of different family relationships—from parents, to grandparents, to an older sister in the military—this book shows kids that they will have help along the way to being strong and in control.

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#5 Let’s Go On A Letter Hunt by Lynn Champagne

Let's Go On A Letter Hunt by Lynn ChampagneGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This is a great book about finding letters in nature, with fun rhymes, out-side-the box thinking, and adventures everywhere. Perfect for making letter recognition fun.

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#6 Things That Happen By Chance by Gail Daldy

Things That Happen By Chance by Gail DaldyGet this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

Things That Happen By Chance focuses on children learning and sharing simple life lessons. It is a perfect book with words and photographs for 5 years to read alone or with a parent or loved one. By reading the book together they can easily enjoy talking about the importance of learning these simple life lessons that they will use and share with others throughout their lifetime. The book also works as a great reminder for adults who often times forget to practice these simple life lessons in their own daily lives.

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#7 Violet the Hugging Octopus by Sherry Duquet

Violet the Hugging Octopus by Sherry Duquet Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

This best selling children’s picture book is a story about self-love and self-acceptance for children ages 0-8. Violet is a great read for fun as well as teaching about self-confidence and encourages anti-bullying with a message of acceptance. The illustrations brilliantly accompany the storyline as you meet Violet and her undersea friends. Bonus: 10 Seaside Chat questions in the back of the book, that can be adapted for any age, to encourage engaging discussion.

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#8 A Home for Sally by Stenetta Anthony

A Home for Sally by Stenetta Anthony Get this book or read more reviews of it by using the links below

A book such as A Home for Sally will set the stage for conversations about the importance of pet adoption and about loving and accepting not only pets who have a disability, but the same lesson can be applied to children to learn to accept humans who have disabilities as well.

Before buying a book make sure to compare price and outlet, we have included links below to several large book outlets for different regions in the world:

Contributors to this article
Myesha Monique Collins from Blue Girls Turned Gold

Amba Brown from Finding Your Path Books

Dan De Figio from Iron Ring Publishing

Danielle Dufayet from DanielleDufayet

Sue Tenerowicz from JFCS

Gail Daldy from Learn By Chance Books

Sandra Boulton from VioletHugs

Stenetta Anthony from StenettaAnthony

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