Any of the above.
Easy to read good time stories for bedtime parent / child bonding.
Definitely all of the above. Different books for different purposes.
@LaserEyes Agreed. And I would contend that a “goofy and fun” book that encourages a kid to read has merit beyond entertainment value.
not be moby dick nor lord of the flies.
@bmf My teen is reading Lord of the Flies in school right now
@mbersiam My condolences.
Books for kids should not cause adults to hurl, either the book or their lunch. (Sometimes this is the adult’s problem, not the book’s.)
All of the above
/image Beezus and Ramona
Not contain razor blades or plutonium.
Like this one ( the @Carl669 book of the month)
@chienfou it’s possible i already have a copy of this book somewhere. very helpful for kids learning how to read.
Depends on their age, for sure. But for toddlers, I think they should be easy to memorize and repetitive. With great illustrations. Once they can read for themselves you can get into lessons and skill building.
Books for kids should teach life skills such as sharing experiences or problem solving