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Essential stories and books for children to read
If there is a story that more clearly encompasses the fundamental values in the education of children, that is 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'. It was written by the British Roald dahl in 1964 and tells the story of a poor boy (Charlie) who gets a chocolate bar to visit the great chocolate factory and the option to win a fantastic prize. It will be accompanied by more children, who will represent different countervalues.
On the fabulous journey through the Chocolate factoryWe will meet a spoiled and greedy girl, a boy who only thinks about eating and another boastful and arrogant boy. The only child who encompasses goodness (generosity, humility, respect ...) will be the winner.
Many see in 'A wizard from Earthsea' an inspiration for the famous Harry Potter. It is a book of magic and fantasy written in 1968 by the American Ursula K. Le Guin.
Earthsea is an archipelago inhabited by a young wizard, Ged. A wonderful work for older children that many have come to compare to the magic of the Lord of the Rings or the enchanting story of The Wizard of Oz. The story itself speaks of the value of effort and perseverance and the importance of overcoming our own weaknesses.
'The five' they are four children and a dog, the protagonists of a series of adventures through which children will enhance their deductive and analytical skills. The author of these books, of British origin, is Enid Blyton.
Enid Blyton wrote a total of 21 books on the adventures of The five (three brothers, a cousin and her dog). Children will have to discover mysteries and solve fascinating puzzles.
'Celia' she is a fascinating girl. Innocent, curious and imaginative. Dreamy and creative, she embodies the personality of children like no one else. Its author, the Spanish Elena Fortun, created a series of stories using Celia as the protagonist. Without a doubt, the writer knew child psychology better than anyone.
The world of children is reflected in Celia in a fascinating way: how children think, what questions they ask themselves, why they do the mischief they do ... Celia's stories are funny and touching.
All children know the protagonist of the stories of Winnie the pooh: a tender and kind bear who has many friends with whom he learns a lot.
'Winnie the Pooh' was created by A.A Milne in 1924. At first it only appeared in poems, but soon it would become a saga of stories full of adventures that captivated the little ones. The writer was inspired by his son and his stuffed animals to create the characters: a shy donkey with low self-esteem, a tiger full of energy, impulsive and positive ...
the Irish C.S Lewis He was a friend of Tolkien and a lover of fantasy literature. In 1950 he published a great work: 'The lion, the witch and the wardrobe', well known among children as 'The Chronicles of Narnia'.
Nania is a fantasy land, where talking animals and mythological beings abound. The great protagonist of the story is a lion. Magic is present at all times, as is a universal theme: the constant struggle of good and evil.
'Charlotte's Cobweb' is a fantastic work of children's literature, written by the American E.B.White in 1952.
The protagonist is a pig, who befriends a spider named Charlotte (Carlota). When he sees the farmer wants to sacrifice his friend, he does everything possible to convince him not to.
Without a doubt, Carlota's cobweb is a beautiful story of friendship, a fundamental value for children.
A great classic among children since 1963 is the story'Where the monsters live', a work written by the American Maurice Sendak.
The protagonist is a boy, Max. The little one feels misunderstood and is therefore mischievous and rebellious. His biggest dream: to be a monster that can scare everyone. One day Max may travel in search of the monsters. discover where they live and become their king.
'Alice in Wonderland' was written in 1865 by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), and although it was published as a satirical work of the time as a mockery of political and social issues, it soon became a beautiful dream story full of fantasy.
Alicia is an imaginative and curious girl who discovers strange beings on her way: a white rabbit in a hurry, a cat that turns invisible, a proud and tyrant queen of hearts ... A perfect story to stimulate your child's imagination .
'The little Prince' is one of the most famous short novels in the history of literature. Written in 1943 by aviator and writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, tells the story of an aviator who meets a strange child after having a breakdown and being lost in the desert. The child will teach him to look at life 'with the eyes of a child'. Innocence can be recovered.
'The Little Prince' is a beautiful metaphor about some of the most important values: friendship, effort, empathy, trust and kindness. One of his most famous phrases: 'You can only see well with your heart. The essential is invisible to the eyes'.