Children are someone who are growing. There are different age groups of children in which they fit in from the kindergarten children to the school going once. They enjoy listening stories and imagining it. The Children also love to watch colorful pictures in the books and narrate the story.
There were many best books in the year 2011. The books were very famous among the children’s and were rapidly sold out. Some of the books were:
1. Do You Know Which Ones Will Grow?
This book By Susan A. Shea has playfully challenged children’s concepts of growth and capacity of living vs. non-living things in an amusing and engaging way.
2. Goodnight, goodnight, construction site
Truck-loving toddlers will be enforcedly tucked into bed By Sherri Duskey Rinker’s wonderfully constructed goodnight poem along with all their vehicles.
3. Over and Under the Snow
A girl visualizes a secret kingdom under the snow, while skiing cross-country with her father, where a small forest of animals shelter in winter. Neal’s lustrous, snowy landscapes contrast with his depictions of shadowed, subterranean nests. By Kate Messner.
4. Who has what?
All about Human Bodies what are the similarities & what are the organs etc. This book By Robie H. Harris also assists the children to understand the animal bodies and their organs etc.
1. Balloons over Broadway
This story of Tony Sarg, the artistic inventor who conceived the huge balloons that float through New York City each Thanksgiving, joyously celebrates his life’s creative process. By Melissa Sweet.
2. Dream something big
This is the story of the Watts Towers. The human desire to make a mark is celebrated in this fictionalized account of Simon Rodia’s process in building the Watts Towers – a singular, eccentric, artistic creation now recognized as a National Landmark. By Dianna Hutts Aston
3. Emma dilemma
Sisterhood is complicated: embarrassing, affectionate, competitive, supportive, confining, and empowering. The many faces of this relationship are deftly described by George’s poems and Carpenter’s pen ink drawings. Book By Kristine O’Connell George.