It is often said that children are the future of the world and the hope that this will be a better place. Given this, we thought it necessary or rather obligatory to please the youngest in the house and guide their parents to achieve this. This, and more, is the purpose of our large collection of children’s books available on the market, both paid and free of charge.
With our children’s books you will be able to accompany the little ones of the house in a process of healthy, creative and free growth. Through reading, children begin the formation of their own conscience, the representation of reality and the learning of the culture inherited from very old times.
In our effort to promote children’s literature, we have compiled a great variety of books, among which are: children’s story books, nursery rhymes and songs, books for children and babies, dinosaur books, children’s bedtime books and animal coloring books. As you can see, it is a very complete compendium that promotes the development of cognitive and motor skills.
Reading is not an activity that is limited to academics, it is ideal to start at home and from very early stages of life. Even in pregnancy, the baby can be introduced to the habit of reading. Then, from the moment they are born, reading can be included in the daily routines.
As time goes by, the child will see it as such a natural activity that without any work it will become a skilled reader. And an adult reader obtains many benefits, not only in the academic and professional areas, but also in the personal area, such as interpersonal relationships, breadth of thought and a more sensitive approach to the reality around him/her.
In addition to all the above, through children’s books one can learn values, develop imagination, facilitate reading and writing, stimulate abstract thinking and strengthen critical awareness of what one experiences in life. In other words, reading at an early age intervenes in both internal and social processes. Both are indispensable ingredients for the formation of character and personality.
We believe that this collection fulfills the proposed objectives of introducing children to the wonderful world of reading and children’s literature as a tool that contributes to their psychic, emotional and spiritual development. In addition, it facilitates the affective connection between adults and children, whether they are parents, caregivers or teachers, who will have in this section valuable resources to achieve that end.
Take a look at our more than 50 children’s books in PDF format and enjoy each of these titles carefully selected for the enjoyment and learning of the little ones.
1) Animal Coloring Books
It is a fortune that most children like to color, is a very profitable activity that brings many benefits. Drawing, coloring and painting are ways for children to express themselves through art. It helps them to develop many skills in addition to finding a healthy and different vehicle of communication.
Usually these types of activities are left to the school, but nothing is more wrong. At home, children should be allowed to express themselves through colors and shapes.
Besides being a way to express themselves and transmit emotions and ideas, coloring brings several benefits in the development of the child that are interesting to know. It develops the imagination, promotes concentration, strengthens fine motor skills, allows relaxation and provides entertainment and fun.
2) Books for Babies
Human beings have the capacity to interpret reality from the time they are babies. You don’t have to wait for your children to talk or go to school to start teaching them the habit of reading.
When a baby listens to the voice of his/her mom or dad, it creates an important emotional connection and security that impacts his/her development. Reading stories or poems to your baby strengthens the bond and helps your child get used to understanding reality through familiar voices.
Keep in mind that your baby is already a thinking being and is evolving rapidly every day. Early stimulation is extremely important, even to prevent or improve future conditions such as learning disabilities, language problems or autism.
3) Books on Reading and Writing
Interpretive reading and writing is a capacity and ability that we should all have. This is possible through the technique of deciphering a word or text, through the graphic transcription of oral language, using cognitive, sensory and motor skills.
It is a learning process on which educators will place special emphasis during early childhood education. Through interpretive reading and writing, the individual will be able to orient and structure their thoughts in relation to a written document in a given language.
Currently, the most commonly used methods are: syllabic, global and mixed. In the past, other syllabic methods were used, using syllabic books or notebooks that tried to make letters and form words. Nowadays, linguistic elements are taken into account, the relationship between the object and the words, so that the child gives a meaning to those letters or words and relates them to real life objects.
4) Books to Learn to Read
Reading books aloud is one of the best ways you can help your child learn to read. This activity can also be fun for you. The more enthusiasm you show in reading a book, the more your child will enjoy it. The most important thing to remember is to let your child follow his or her own pace and have fun with what they are doing.
Books for learning to read are a good way to speed up your child’s learning. Keep in mind that games will encourage and entertain him/her, and that he/she will unconsciously take big steps in reading.
Patience should accompany you, as it is a long and exciting process in which you will have an important role. As a parent, you will need a little creativity and a lot of time to spend with your little one.
5) Children's Story Books
Children’s stories are tales or narratives, usually fictional in nature, whose purpose is varied, since some are merely informative, others have a ludic (playful) sense and others have a didactic purpose.
In today’s world, where there have been notable advances in the study of human behavior, children’s stories play an important role in pedagogical and cognitive development.
At present, children’s stories are catalogued as a reinforcement tool for the individual integration to the processes of society, and as a support for the teaching of values, all of this in full agreement with the processes of elementary education in force.
6) Dinosaurs Books
If you are looking for a way to stimulate reading and study in your children, dinosaurs can help you a lot. Is there anything that arouses more curiosity in a child than a dinosaur? It seems incredible that some giant reptiles have inhabited the Earth and have suddenly become extinct.
In order for a child to read, we must turn to topics that interest him or her. Most children are attracted to this prehistoric animal that dominated our planet, for a reason museums have been created with the sole purpose of showing the history of these fascinating creatures.
Through fun books for them they can learn concepts such as fossils, excavation, extinction, among others. Similarly, know the types of dinosaurs, their characteristics, how they behaved and what types of ecosystems they lived in.
7) Dragon Books
The dragon is known as the snake-like animal, with lion’s claws and eagle’s wings, which shoots fire from its mouth. The dragon is present in the mythology of several cultures, such as Chinese and European, with different symbolism.
This character not only captures the attention of adults, but also becomes something incredible and fantastic for the little ones. The imagination of children with these characters flies to a world of adventures, heroes, bravery, magic… becoming one of their favorite stories.
Whether the dragon is the villain to be faced and becomes a challenge for children, or the dragon is a friend who teaches them values, no matter the presentation of the character, these tales or stories will always guarantee fun and adventures to discover.
8) Fairies Books
A fairy is a fantastic creature attributed with magical abilities. Fairies are usually depicted as beautiful women with butterfly wings.
What usually characterizes fairy tales is the fact that they often feature a constant struggle between good and evil, and the protagonists are accompanied by characters from the supernatural, as well as from a plane outside the parameters of reality.
With fairy tales, children nurture their fantasy world, as magical thinking plays an important role in children. However, beyond children’s stories, we find in these tales other elements that also interest adults: the yearning for freedom, the search for happiness and the need for daydreaming.
9) Nursery Rhymes and Songs Books
From the moment they are in the mother’s womb, babies already perceive sounds that will later be significant in their lives. For example, the voice of their mom and dad. Although not consciously, they already perceive the rhythm and melody of the voices, the music and even the combination of environmental sounds, a whole orchestra framing their stay in the womb.
The love for reading is something that is tried to promote since the children are very young so that they can easily get into a habit that will leave them a lot throughout their lives. With songs and rhymes we can make the process of learning to read much more fluid and exciting, it is just a matter of putting effort and our imagination to fly.
10) Short Stories for Children
Reading bedtime stories to the little ones is one of the oldest family traditions in the world, and everything indicates that this will not change in the future. One of the main reasons is that short stories represent an excellent opportunity to strengthen the relationship between parents and children.
In addition, short stories keep children focused. Due to the child’s cognitive immaturity, long stories are often less easy to remember and, as a result, they quickly lose concentration. It has been scientifically proven that children’s short stories promote their psychological development.
Thanks to these stories, children can also improve their vocabulary and language, stimulate creativity and receive positive values from an early age. If we take into account that 80% of the brain develops during the first five years of life, children can find in stories a great ally for the future.
11) Workbooks to Learn to Read
It has been scientifically proven that reading at an early age can bring countless benefits to individuals. From cultivating a broad and vast lexicon, to considerably improving their creativity and ingenuity. In fact, important studies have shown that reading is one of the best exercises to develop, maintain and care for our mind.
Moreover, the beautiful stories that books can bring to children can make them see the world in a better way, while opening their minds to new knowledge. A person’s culture is also based on the books they have enjoyed and the lessons they have been taught.
In short, when your child learns to read, they are acquiring a powerful tool for their formation as a person.