Get your child stuck into one of these great books…
We’ve rifled through piles and piles of books to give you our top 100 best books for children and babies, ranging from cloth books for your 0 to 1 year old, to popular classics, such as Harry Potter, for your 9 year old. There are colourful aliens, animals of all kinds, loving families, brave princesses, cute bears, adventurous head teachers and wizards galore, meaning that there is a book for everyone on our list.
Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start when teaching your little one to read, so let us help you out with our list of the finest and funniest children’s books out there. You never know, you might find a new favourite to read with your child!
Here is a list of all 100 books, so get reading!
A Bear Called Paddington, by Michael BondA Really Short History of Nearly EverythingA Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad BeginningAll Join In, by Quentin BlakeBaby Brains: The Smartest Baby in the Whole World, by Simon JamesBaby’s First Book, by Fiona WattBog Baby, by Jeanne WillisChick, by Ed VereDandylion, by Lizzie FinlayDear Dragon, by An VrombautDear Zoo, by Rod CampbellDiary of a Wimpy Kid: a novel in cartoons, by Jeff KinneyDoctor Bonkers, by Jeremy StrongDogger, by Shirley HughesDoing the Animal Bop, by Jan OrmerodDon’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, by Mo WillemsEach Peach Pear Plum, by Janet and Allan AhlbergElmer, by David MckeeEsio Trot, by Roald DahlFamous Five books, by Enid BlytonFattypuffs and Thinifers, by Andre MauroisFinn Family Moomintroll, by Tove JanssonFive Children and It, by E.NesbitFlat Stanley, by Jeff BrownFlour Babies, by Anne FineFrog and the wide world, by Max VelthuijsFungus the Bogeyman, by Raymond BriggsGeorge’s Marvellous Medicine, by Roald DahlGeorge’s Secret Key to the Universe, by Lucy Hawking and Stephen HawkingGranpa, by John BurninghamGreen Eggs and Ham, by Dr SeussGuess How Much I Love You, by Sam McBratneyHairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy, by Lynley DoddHarold and the Purple Crayon, by Crockett JohnsonHarry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, by J.K RowlingHere Come the Aliens, by Colin McNaughtonHer Mother’s Face, by Roddy DoyleI kissed the Baby, by Mary MurphyI Love My Mummy, by Giles AndraeIn the Bath, by Leslie PatricelliJust So Stories, by Rudyard KiplingLittle Bear’s Trousers, by Jane HisseyLost and Found, by Oliver JeffersMary Poppins, by P.L TraversMatilda, by Roald DahlMeg and Mog, by Helen NicollMister Magnolia, by Quentin BlakeMr Grumpy’s Outing, by John BurninghamMr Majeika, by Humphrey CarpenterMr Men, by Roger HargreavesMy Cat likes to hide in boxes, by Eve SuttonMy Dad is Brilliant, by Nick ButterworthMy Family and Other Animals, by Gerald DurrellOnce, by Morris GleitzmanOscar’s Half Birthday, by Bob GrahamOwl Babies, by Martin WaddellPants, by Giles AndraePeek-A-Boo! By Jan OrmerodPeepo, by Janet and Allan AhlbergPeter Pan, by J.M BarrieStig of the Dump, by Clive KingStuart Little, by E.B WhiteTen Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes, by Mem FoxThat’s Not My…, by Fiona WattThe Adventures of Captain Underpants, by Dav PilkeyThe Book of Moomin, Mymble and Little My, by Tove JannssonThe Borrowers, by Mary NortonThe Demon Headmaster, by Gillian CrossThe Elephant and the Bad Baby, by Efrida VipontThe Enormous Crocodile, by Roald DahlThe Gruffalo, by Julia DonaldsonThe Heart and the Bottle, by Oliver JeffersThe Iron Man, by Ted HughesThe Jolly Postman, or Other People’s Letters, by Janet and Allan AhlbergThe Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, by C.S LewisThe Magic Faraway tree, by Enid BlytonThe Man on the Moon, by Simon BertramThe Miraculous Joureny of Edward Tulane, by Kate Di CamilloThe Owl and the Pussycat, by Edward LearThe Owl Who was Afraid of the Dark, by Jill TomlinsonThe Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton JusterThe Pirate Cruncher, by Jonny DuddleThe Sheep Pig, by Dick King-SmithThe Story of Babar, the Little Elephant, by Jean de BrunhoffThe Story of Tracy Beaker, by Jacqueline WilsonThe Tale of Peter Rabbit, by Beatrix PotterThe Tiger Who Came to Tea, by Judith KerrThe Twits, by Roald DahlThe Velveteen Rabbit, by Margery WilliamsThe Very Hungry Caterpillar, by Eric CarleThe Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth GrahameThomas the Tank Engine, by Rev.W.AwdryWar Horse, by Michael MorpurgoWe’re Going on a Bear Hunt, by Michael RosenWhere does Maisy Live? , by Lucy CousinsWhere the Wild Things are, by Maurice SendakWhy the Animals Came to Town, by Michael ForemanWinnie-the-Pooh, by A.A MilneYou’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum, by Andy StantonYummy! My favourite Nursery Stories, by Lucy CousinsRead more...
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