Something that many individuals fail to realize is that the books that they read as a child have the power to impart to them insightful and rewarding life lessons. These are lessons that one would carry with them throughout their life because these stories teach us about love, friendship, honesty, adventure and acceptance. However, if one is asked to come up with the names of some of these stories that they read as a kid which imparted these life lessons onto them, they may have some difficulty in coming up with the names. Therefore the following article will proceed to explore what some of these stories which taught kids life lessons are so that the readers can go back and read them once more or even purchase them for their kids to follow.
Winnie the Pooh By A.A. Milne
Books in this series are considered to be one of the best childrens books that are currently available in the market because these stories carry with them little life lessons that kids will absorb into their being without even realizing that they are doing so. However, we understand that in this current day and time many kids would consider Pooh to be stupid or even silly but if one proceeds to look beyond these attributes they would realize that whatever faults Pooh may hold at the end of the day he is one of the most loyal friends that one could ever have. Furthermore, through the many mishaps that Pooh get into he always manages to impart on to the kids some thoughtful observation that possesses the power to change the way they would observe the world around them.
The Lorax By Dr Seuss
Is it possible to ever create a kid’s story list without including Dr Seuss? Well, I think not. Therefore when considering the many interesting books to read that are created by him one would have some difficulty in picking one for this list because it appears that every single one of his books has attempted to impart some useful tidbit onto its readers. But to me, The Lorax would forever hold a special place in my heart because this book manages to teach its readers the sanctity of the environment and the need to preserve it. Although these books may appear to be small in size they are a wealth of wisdom. Therefore I believe that it is crucial for all parents to purchase the aforementioned books for their children in order to make them adults that would be beneficial to the world around them.