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- Development of Communication Skills: When children start to read, they are exposed to different words, and every word has a different meaning in a different context. Reading helps the child develop communication skills.
- Development of Vocabulary: Reading helps develop vocabulary as children are introduced to new words. This will help them understand the use of the right word in the right context from a very early age.
- Brain Development: Reading is like exercise to the mind. Reading at an early age helps kids gain more knowledge. Reading makes children smarter.
- The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle: This book is one of the best board books to introduce to your child. This book is illustrated and written by Eric Carle. The concept of transformation and representation in it is fun and colourful.
- Dear Zoo By Rod Campbell: Another book which is a very popular board book among parents and toddlers. This classic lift the flap book makes it perfect for small hands.
- Peek-a-Who by Nina Laden: This is a small-sized, colourful book with simple rhyming text that is perfect for your curious toddler. It’s an amazing book for a bedtime story.
- Good Night Moon by Margret Wise Brown: This bedtime storybook gives a smooth transition from wakefulness to sleep. In this book, the rhyming of words and beautiful illustration makes it a perfect bedtime story.
- Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes By Mex Fox: The beautiful illustration and rhyming text make this book one of a kind. After you finish reading the book, you want to read it for your child again.
- Where is Amma? By Nandini Nayyar: The is one of the best bedtime storybooks for kids! Its illustration and the projection of a messy house is beautiful. It is relatable to kids as the story is about a child looking for his mother everywhere.
- The Very Lonely Firefly By Eric Carle: This book is every child’s favourite as it is not just because of the story, but the board version has the flashlight at the end. This story is such that a child can connect to easily.
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